Scam using Paypal : +8617100951552 Lin Rui


PseudonymLin Rui
Url /
Telephone+86 171 0095 1552 (ou 008617100951552) (more info)
Scam contentsI found a certain product (a ts-80 high end soldering iron that is usually $80 minimum anywhere, including a lie press and bang good. And this sight is brand new and its going for $50. I just got ripped off on a exactly same type of scam on PayPal 2-3 weeks ago. Looks fishy to me.
Your comments / analysisLooks like the jerseyeasy PayPal scam or similar to me. A 1/2 off soldering iron and they're selling clothes and other weird things unrelated and have a nature theme to the site. I could be wrong but I doubt it, they do have a secure connection though (https).
  • Company info
Other references (3 comments)
More info +What to do in case of scam ?
Warn your friends!

telephone number analysis +86 171 0095 1552

Phone number typeCell phone number
International format
  • +86 171 0095 1552


  • Trish 12/26/2019 at 07:56 PM

    I agree. I can't find the Catgenie 120 anywhere, it sold out for Christmas. I am starting to think it might be discontinued for the new model. It normally was selling for $270 to $300. This site has it for $67 plus $4.50 shipping and I live in the US. Seems really scary to me to try this.

  • Demarius amerson 12/27/2019 at 03:02 AM

    I bought a bass boat from them isn’t if it’s a scam or not I’m waiting for my boat now

  • Genoloko 12/28/2019 at 08:56 PM

    Too good 2 be true.

  • Ken 12/29/2019 at 06:23 PM

    DEFINITE SCAM. This is a Chinese scammer who offers non-existent products at amazingly low prices and payment only through PayPal. Once you make the purchase, you will never receive an email from the seller, and the 'Contact Us' information is fake. The seller creates a pre-shipment with USPS tracking, changes the purchaser's name to a random name and more importantly changes the purchaser's physical address to a real but different address in the same city, state and zip. Then the seller mails an empty envelope to the new address, so the purchaser receives nothing. What to do if you fall victim to this scam: (1) Sign up to receive USPS tracking updates, wait for the package to show it has been delivered (again, you will not receive... Read more

  • can'tgetright 12/31/2019 at 09:38 PM

    I'd glad I didn't use paypal

  • yolanda 01/05/2020 at 09:08 PM

    the item i order was for my new grandaughter. it was something she needed and money was tight for me so i took a chance. now i am paying double because i was scammed out of the money i payed and i still need to buy this item somewhere else.

  • Marty 01/06/2020 at 06:22 PM

    Selling nonexistent products 100% fake

  • Georgia 01/17/2020 at 05:18 PM

    This site is fake. I ordered a Vinyl heat press over a month ago and sent 5 emails to the "support email" nothing back. I received another charge for the same amount from the same name that charged me the 1st time.... I called the bank right away and stopped my card. I looked up this website and come to find out that it is a scam.

  • Mary 01/17/2020 at 09:57 PM

    I ordered a unisex battery heated vest on Nov 14th and finally received it December 31st. The 'large' unisex size might fit my grandchild but not an adult AND there was no rechargable battery. Tried to send an email thru the link from email when order was response. Then tried to reach them by going onto website and using that response. Contacted Paypay and set up a claim. Seller offered to refund if everything was as sent, but sending it to China by UPS would cost about as much as I spent on the vest. We are screwed.

Your comment will be added
just after your validation
Francais Anglais Italien Allemand Espagnol