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Paypal has proven themselves to be quite useless when it comes to protecting sellers

I received an offer for some computer parts that I was selling. This guy offered a fair price but requested that I ship the parts to Brazil and lie to customs about the value. I agreed, I figured “hey, if he can appreciate the value of these parts, then I’ll do what I can to help him”. He receives the parts after I ship them per his instruction, he then tells paypal that he never received them and they refund his money. I’ve had to jump through all sorts of hoops and have been given the runaround for almost a month. I have yet to be reimbursed for my items and it appears that he may get away with it. Paypal has proven themselves to be quite useless when it comes to protecting sellers, however. If you’re a buyer and are looking to screw a few people, Paypal has your back.

Posted: October 18, 2013 at 7:07 pm


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  1. Steve on

    They don’t just screw sellers.. I’ve had problems with them as a buyer too! PayPal sucks!

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