Wow. They’re not even trying any more. At least they normally send some sort of version of what you’ve ordered. I can imagine they’ll just send any old crap now, knowing PayPal aren’t going to hold them to account.
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They got me again. I can't believe I didn't learn my lesson. I'm sure it was these guys that sold me dodgy halloween jock o lanterns, and now they've sold me Korok seeds (from the Zelda games) for my garden. The images had them as nice stained glass things, the description did say they were PVC, but I took that to mean the 'glass' was actually PVC. They turned out to be photos of the real product, printed onto PVC. I mean, they're okay for the kids to find in the garden, but they're not worth anywhere near the £40 I paid for them, you could probably. pick them up at 4 for £1 in the pound store. If this is allowed, then there's a pretty good business model there of picking stuff up from the pound store and selling it to mugs on Facebook for £40. But it's not allowed, surely. How are these guys still operating if there is a thread here devoted to them? I'm sure the Chinese government have no problem with them operating, but can't Facebook stop them advertising? Can't PayPal suspend their account so they can no longer take payments (at least through PayPal we can dispute it, but if. they weren't supported by PayPal that would raise alarm bells with a lot of people before they went ahead with their purchase). Anyway, rant over, unfortunately this means I'll never buy from China again. Which is a shame as I'm sure there are at least a few legit companies in China. I wasn't sure if this was the same company initially, I thought maybe I'd found a good one (once I'd realised the purchase wasn't actually from the website 'forever lovesong' but was in fact. from HUIMENG CO, but now I've looked back at the jack o lanterns and, lo and behold, it is actually the same company. Fairly predictable really. I'm so annoyed with myself!
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