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post #16 of 46
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Originally Posted by clubbyjones View Post
If you paid with a credit card, you can do a chargeback to PayPal.

could someone explain how does this actually work?
post #17 of 46
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Originally Posted by GlenCoe View Post
could someone explain how does this actually work?
Never done it yet but i recall reading that the first step is to let Paypal dispute work it out. They get really salty if you skip this step and go directly to your CC customer service to complain instead.
post #18 of 46
I just used Priority international and it came with tracking, always has. I had a shop ask me to send payment as a gift yesterday lol.
post #19 of 46
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Originally Posted by wahwho11 View Post
LA GUY should put don't send paypal payments as gifts, unless it is already.... I always pay the extra 4% even if they ask specifically for gift.

This. Why does anyone send money as a gift to someone they don't know. So stupid, stop doing that people. It'll cost you like $5 extra to send it normally. Also, I think it's way dumb for sellers to request as a gift, but whatever, they can do what they want.
post #20 of 46
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Originally Posted by Kvc06 View Post
I just used Priority international and it came with tracking, always has.
I had a shop ask me to send payment as a gift yesterday lol.
Is that tracking # any good when shipping international in comparison to Express? I mean if the customer opens a dispute then will this tracking be accepted by Paypal?
post #21 of 46
you paid $130 for a banana republic jkt!?!?!? holy shyte, i need to hang out more in SW&D. *edit: don't mean to rub salt in the wound. Whatever happened to you sucks balls, and the scammer should be publically hung, iraqi style
post #22 of 46
Contact paypal and tell them that this seller required personal payment. They will still help you out even though you sent by pp.
post #23 of 46
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Originally Posted by loveswatching View Post
Never done it yet but i recall reading that the first step is to let Paypal dispute work it out. They get really salty if you skip this step and go directly to your CC customer service to complain instead.
This is correct it happened to me on ebay. First file a dispute with paypal. If you do not get your money back with paypal file a dispute with your credit card company. I found this out the hard way.
post #24 of 46
I bought an ipod from him. The day after I paid him he said his paypal account was frozen. He asked me to file for a refund and send to another paypal address which of course I refused. As I was about to write up a warning to the forum he refunded my money so I didn't publish. Sorry, I could have saved you some money/anguish.
post #25 of 46
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I really was stupid on this one, and most of all, I'm a police detective. If that guy was on my country, I would track him down, worst than tracking Ben Laden. I have some connections in the US, maybe I will try that out
post #26 of 46
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Originally Posted by baba booey View Post
This is correct it happened to me on ebay. First file a dispute with paypal. If you do not get your money back with paypal file a dispute with your credit card company. I found this out the hard way.

Impossible to fill a dispute, money sent as a gift
post #27 of 46
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Originally Posted by deveandepot1 View Post
Contact paypal and tell them that this seller required personal payment. They will still help you out even though you sent by pp.

will try that too
post #28 of 46
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The only thing i can add is that on paypal he appears with the name : Kevan Thomas
So BEWARE if he uses another email
post #29 of 46
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Originally Posted by hattori_gonzo View Post
Impossible to fill a dispute, money sent as a gift

maybe via normal means, but you should contact PP customer service either via email form or telephone. they will love to hear that they have a fraudster.
post #30 of 46
Well I had a completely different name myself when dealing with him (though I too got scammed quite clearly). Is it possible that his account was hacked?
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