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Review by E Philip2 months ago
My blunder on 11.9.20 was jumping at this web merchant's listing for a small shop compressor at less than 40% of its price anywhere else, which should have been a clear red flag. Numerous red flags emerged soon after, and following unsuccessful attempts to cancel the PayPal / Visa transaction.
Merchant provided no acknowledgement of order, no invoice, no responses to multiple emails - and no goods ever arrived. His only evidence to Visa's investigation following my complaint was an (invalid/no information) tracking number ostensibly supporting delivery"in or near mailbox". Tracking showed a Southern to Northern California route yet no state sales tax was collected or paid. Both my local USPS office and long-time carrier categorically disavow handling or delivering a 60+ lb package - just under the limit of USPS maximum weight and size (how strategically convenient!). USPS does not, and has never left packages outside my gate-secured area. There was no theft because there was no delivery.
None of the very limited number of mixed-bag electronics on the site exceed $99 (most of those defrauded will likely eat up to that amount rather than pursue action), and none are shown with stock or SKU numbers. The site shows no email, mailing address or phone number. Site is identified as an "Consumer Electronics" business. Thus its incongruous, and sole tool /shop machinery listing happened to be the precise item I was web-searching for - suggesting a web crawler seeking out price bottom fishers (guilty as charged).
After more than two months of frustrating and exasperating back and forth with Capital One Visa's form letters, robotically and repeatedly demanding I show an “invoice" and "cancellation policy” which the merchant, in his consistent (and strategic) silence, has refrained from providing. Thus Capital One Visa ignores the blizzard of red flags in favor of the ostensible "proof" I need to furnish before taking any action - much less extracting reimbursement from the Merchant. This remarkably, bafflingly unfair behavior ends my sixteen year relationship with Capital One Visa with closure of my account on February 5th. But, I will proceed to file a complaint with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Hopefully others will learn from my mistake. It will be interesting to see if the merchant responds, to this review though silence has served him well so far.
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Review by AuntyNinja3 months ago
I ordered a Everlast punching & speed bag stand, a Christmas gift for my son. Money taken but I never received a confirmation of order. After several failed attempts to contact via emails and phone, I open up claim with PayPal. A few days later I received a copy of tracking label, ironically dated for the same day I filed claim. When I used the link to track item, it says it was delivered that day! Total BS!
I had been home all day, as well as my husband and son, and nothing had been delivered.
I don’t understand how they were able to pull that off.... Anyways, I noticed that the tracking label was originated in Texas somewhere, and the item only weighed 7.5 lbs. Impossible for my item to weight so little.
I did some quick research using item MPN, took screenshots of package details and dimensions (from Amazon site), then emailed seller back (with screenshots attached).
“Although nothing had been delivered to my house, whatever item that supposedly shipped, could not possibly be my item. According to shipping label, the package sent, weighted 7 1/2 pounds. My item weighted over 70”
PayPal refunded me that day.
Unfortunately I did not have my sons Christmas present on time, and I wasted $30 on a speed bag
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Review by scammed9784 months ago
1. The Buyer, avers his address is James Williams at *** Oak Hill Road., Apt. ****, Fitchburg, MA 01420. with an email address ******@yahoo.com
2. The Merchant, doing business as Paypal *GUANGXIRONG and/or Calvinpus.com, Mursidah Jordan Trading co., Ltd. At Tom Burnett ****** Smoketown RD, Woodbridge, USA Virginia, 22192 and others., Chstus.com, Sarah Morris Trading Co., Proter Jeff Trading Co.
3. James Williams, the Buyer avers on or about November 26th, 2020 a “Black Friday” he made a purchase from Merchant 2 Midland 75-822 radios. (See evedince “A”)
4. The Merchant withdrew funds from Plaintiff's debit card account in the amount of $87.99:
PAYPAL *GUANGXIRONG ******* CA Posted on November 28, 2020 at 2:32AM Memo: Debit: Signature purchase from ******* PAYPAL *GUANGXIRONG ****** CA 0000 ****** Card ending in *******
5. James Williams emailed the Merchant concerning ordered item #67863 and does not receive a reply nor a tracking number as outlined in the website.
6. Mr. Williams still does not receive email after numerious attempts.
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Review by C_ALEXANDRE4 months ago
This site is a scam. Ordered an Item that should have weighed about 12 lbs and the USPS records show a package of one oz. ...which I never got. Tracking shows delivered to my mailbox. This item would never fit into a mailbox by the way. PayPal will do nothing because the tracking shows as delivered.
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