PayPal holds itself out to be a safe way to avoid scams. Well this process of expecting to be sent something you want but receiving something entirely different is a scam that avoids the process of getting a refund of your money for not receiving what you paid for. Then having to send something to China in order to get a refund is adding misery and expense to an already obvious scam. Oh yeah let's dive down that rat hole. Pay more than the return item is worth to mail it to China. What are the chances they want that thing back? What are the chances they will even say they got it back? What are the chances that they are giving a legitimate address? how long will the slow boat to China take to deliver the return item. PayPal is complicit in the scam. They have no skin in the game and make it impossible to talk with anyone about this. Call your card company and open an investigation. Why waste time with PayPal.
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I ordered two folding lawn chairs and they sent me two nylon sleeves. These Chinese companies then want you to send the product back to China which ends up costing you more than the item is worth in the first place. I guess they think you will just give up. Well, here is the kicker, so does PayPal. They arrange the resolution process to be so convoluted that it is near impossible to communicate with them and then they answer you with robot responses that come in days or even weeks later asking you to do more jumps through hoops or just close the account and end all communication. These are supposed to be lawn chairs. The same company you talk about.
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