I am beginning to think the same. I now have had three cases that were a fraud. The last one I gave them a heads up as soon as it posted to PayPal under a different name. Upon receiving the item ordered, they were nothing like they were described. One company's website no longer exists and now if you try going to the site, it tells you it's hazardous and to go back. The last one still is selling knock-off name brand scandals. My point, even proving they are fraudulent, you need to return the item back to them, which typically costs more than the item. PayPal may reimburse up to $30.00 for the return, but shipping back to China/ Viet Nam will cost you more. These sites get away with it because most people won't. Monday, I will be calling my card company.
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They are a scam. I ordered what were avertised as Vionic scandals, a brand I have a couple of pairs of. As soon as I saw the name on PayPal I knew, it was different the the site I ordered from. The name on my bank statement was yet another name. When my scandal arrived, they were bad knock-offs. I notified PayPal changing my claim from not received, to not as described. I paid around $40.00 for two pair of scandals. Their offer, $12.00. I declined. I will phone PayPal tomorrow, to see what I need to do to get my money back. This is how these sites work. It cost more to send the item back. 😠
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