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Discussion in 'Bad Supplier Experiences' started by Islander, Nov 27, 2007.

  1. Islander

    Islander

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    Alright guys,

    New to the forums, thought someone might be able to help

    I have just dealt with this wholesale company, through a member of their team on MSN (gwseo-customerservicekelly@hotmail.com), not sure if that rings a bell for anyone but anyway heres a long story short.

    I brought a PS3 console on their for 330 Euros, (paid through paypal), and basically never received it.

    I filed a complaint through paypal and got 1 Euro back! Clearly they banked the cash quick.

    But still they are after more money claiming that it is held is customs with a fee charge of 140 Euros and a 9 Euro fine day by day, it has now totaled to 180 Euros, and im unsure whether to pay it...

    they say they don;t have a tracking number until it is released from customs, but surely they must post it first with a tracking number for it to reach customs?

    Have I been done out of £280 quid here and just accept it, or take the risk and give them the 180 Euros to see if they are genuine...

    Cheers guys.

    Islander:dance:
  2. pablow123

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    Do not give any more money this is a 100% scam report it to PayPal via phone.
  3. Islander

    Islander

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    I have done. They said all they can do is limit there account.
  4. pablow123

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    so PayPal's not safe then so if a scammer excepts PayPal they can still get away with you funds maybe you should of paid via credit card through PayPal then you could of charged back.
  5. Islander

    Islander

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    I did, paypal said the only way of getting a full refund is if it is done through ebay.
  6. pablow123

    pablow123

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    No wrong if you paid via credit card ask you credit card company to do a charge back.
  7. robertusauk

    robertusauk

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    Its a scam, don't send any more money:hitwall:
  8. Inko

    Inko

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    Is this really possible?
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