Report: #1371236

Complaint Review: paintinghere.com - Internet

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  • Reported By: Carmen — Barcelona Alabama Spain
  • paintinghere.com Internet USA

paintinghere.com framingpainting.com, ipaintingsforsale.com, bestpaintingsforsale.com/ Wujin Lu of Paintinghere.com is a Scammer Xiamen Internet

*Consumer Comment: Chinese Scammer Wujin Lin

*REBUTTAL Owner of company: slander or competitor, why not to run your own art business with more care,

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I ordered three Miro reproduction paintings from Wujin Lu of Paintinghere.com located in Xiamen, China. I paid 398 euros via their Bank of China online payment account. This was three months ago and I have not recieved any paintings. Two months ago the owner, Wujin Lu, emailed me to say that they would be delivered in one week but that was two months ago and now he has stopped replying to my emails. Avoid the scammer Wujin Lu.

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#2 Consumer Comment

Chinese Scammer Wujin Lin

AUTHOR: Maquez - (Spain)

POSTED: Thursday, September 28, 2017

Your Miro paintings may have been impounded by Spanish Customs. I know that I bought Picasso and Dali reproductions from Paintinghere.com that were impounded by Spanish Customs as they were unlicensed copies from China. The owner of paintinghere.com, the lying scammer Wujin Lin, told me he had a license when I ordered but didn’t answer my emails to provide a copy of the license to clear the paintings through Customs. He’s scammed me over 300 euros as I can’t get my money back, his website says that payment is by Paypal but it is actually by BANK OF CHINA who won’t issue a refund outside of China. Bad karma is coming the way of the despicable LIAR Wujin Lin of Xiamen, China.

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#1 REBUTTAL Owner of company

slander or competitor, why not to run your own art business with more care,

AUTHOR: ArtWork - (USA)

POSTED: Sunday, September 17, 2017

Hi, slander or competitor, why not to run your own art business with more care, stop to spread bad words to my site?!

Our site is open to all of the visitors, and if they have issue with the qualtiy, they can contact us to seek a suitable solution. To be refunded via credit card or paypal.com. There is no reason to say no payment refunded.

Hi, slander or competitor, please proof that you purchased from us.

please e-mail us the order number, and please posted the waybill here.

Each of our shipment has speical waybill, and each of them can be tracked.

I know you do not purchased from us. i know you spread bad words to many art sites, but except your own site!
All of your story is the same, and it is very funny. please run your own art business with better quality. Shame on you!

To better quality control, and you will have more and more repeated orders. 


what's your real purpose? don't you think yourself despicable to lie here and there?

please take care of karma for what you do!

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