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Report: #1500055

Complaint Review: Shenzhen Aibili International Trade Co., Ltd. - Shenzhen, Guandong

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  • Reported By: Anita — Bartlett TN United States
  • Shenzhen Aibili International Trade Co., Ltd. Room 1616 Hongyu Building, Longguan East Road Shenzhen,, Guandong China

Shenzhen Aibili International Trade Co., Ltd. Beach Chair internet scam Shenzhen, Guandong

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I ordered two folding beach chairs on July 5, 2020, and have not received them as of September 20, 2020. I  got nowhere trying to go directly through the seller, so I filed a claim with Paypal, Paypal denied the claim because the shipping tracking showed the order was delivered to me.

What I did received was two small bags that might possibly hold toddler size chairs.  I have no use for the bags, and now I don't have a use for the chairs, even if I did receive them. I asked the seller for a refund, but of course, never received it, either.  I didn't know I was ordering invisible Chinese beach clairs.  Please help!

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