Report: #1503512

Complaint Review: Zelle Pay - Scottsdale Arizona

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  • Reported By: John — Kerrville Texas United States
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  • Zelle Pay 16552 N 90th St Scottsdale, Arizona United States

Zelle Pay Paid for merchandise not received Scottsdale Arizona

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I was looking for a specific model of shotgun and used duckduckgo search engine. Caseyfirearms said they had it in stock as there is a sever shortage.

I was trying to purchase a shotgun from caseyfirearms.com. There was no phone number only an email address support@caseyfirearms.com. I sent them 798.00 by Zell Pay through my bank on 12-18-20 (2 payments one for 500.00 on 12-17-20 and one on 12-18-20 for 298.00. After the got my money all communication from them ceased. 

The website looked legitamate so I went for it.  I think Zelle Pay is a front for lots of illegal activity.  I would like to get my money back.  I filed a complaint with them and my bank (Wells Fargo).  Neither one offered any encouragement for me recovering any funds.

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