- Report: #601973
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Complaint Review: PayPal - Ebay
PayPal - EbayInternet United States of America
PayPal - Ebay Paypal does not protect Buyers off Ebay Internet
*Author of original report: NO Protection except an Ebay purchase!
*Consumer Comment: Did you pay through Paypal?
*Consumer Comment: Much suspicious activity..
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of diamond earrings she was selling "Fell Through". Sent me an invoice
w/ Paypal so as not to have to pay EBAY fees. Paid her $600 than another
$20 for Insured shipping. She mailed me an empty $1000 insured envelope
which i opened in front of the postmaster because i had to sign for it.
The Post Office noted that the envelope was tampered with prior to
being brought to the post office because the repair tape was under the
insurance sticker they apply at the post office counter with the
customer there (I have this letter) Seems an insurance scam was under
way When i contacted her she "didnt know what happened" Miraculously i
where she FINDS the earrings and than blames her Ex hubby and her kids
were involved. She tells me since all this has happened maybe she should
now keep them and refund my 620$ Well she promised each email there
after to refund me No refund No earrings and Paypal cant help NO matter what evidence you have, Emails admitting and letter from federal Government were not enough?? because
they can only help with an Ebay purchase under there Protection Policy
JoAnn WIlmington NC
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/11/2010 08:56 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/PayPal-Ebay/internet/PayPal-Ebay-Paypal-does-not-protect-Buyers-off-Ebay-Internet-601973. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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