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I sent the company a message and I will get a possible IP address for you if they respond to my email.
I sent an email and all they did was read it. There is a 40% chance that the user is in New York. I didn't get an IP or anything because they never sent me a message in return. Guess this person has made these types of transactions before and sorta knows what they are doing. Sorry I couldn't do more. I used readnotify.com for the tracking service.
before for a non-related issue regarding a site, and they never got back to me
It seems like the only way to have them investigate something, is if they get a bunch of complaints of a certain individual/site
He sent me another email and I got a 40% chance that he is in Cali. The guy is good. lol . Send me a pm and I will send the results via your personal email
your first mistake was 'AliBaba.'
Im sorry why would you trust an open registar of people claiming they can offer you wholesale when your registered here???
I too have been scammed on paypal. I bought a watch from someone outside of ebay and never recieved the watch. They decided in my favor as well, but because the seller had no money in the account, I got nothing back. I called about it several times afterward and still did not get anything from paypal. I hate to say it, but you will probably never get anything back from the seller for those PSPs.
Paypal is never safe. I hear of people getting scammed by recieving an empty box with just a tracking number on it. And paypal find the dispute in the scammer!!!
I guess all you can do is go on paypalsucks.com and vent your anger there. Some of them might be able to help too
You can't find good suppliers all in one source. All good potential suppliers are spread out, and its your job to invstigate and make deals. Just because you have to pay to enter a site doesn't mean it will be scammer free. You still have to investigate companies regardless.
My mistake was not investigating the company fully. The fact they accepted PayPal made me think they were an actual company, since I kept hearing how PayPal is so safe. I want to blame Salehoo for this, just because they had me believe PayPal is safe; but I'm not going to blame anybody but myself.
Doesn't anyone find using COD delivery helpful in fighting scam.
9 out of 10 sellers don't want to accept COD