Scam using Paypal : info@timthy.com tianze saling

SUSPECTED SCAM!

Date09/11/2020
Fraudulent emailinfo@timthy.com
Pseudonymtianze saling
Scam contentsOrdered toy and was not what was depicted in the on line ad.
Your comments / analysisThis needs to stop! I ordered 1 item from these people and now they have charged me several times and the item received was not correct!
Other referenceshttps://www.signal-arnaques.com/en/scam/view/272294 (6 comments)
https://www.signal-arnaques.com/en/scam/view/287263 (3 comments)
https://www.signal-arnaques.com/en/scam/view/302469
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7 comments


  • Dee 09/17/2020 at 09:54 PM

    This is a scam I had the same thing happened. Ordered an automated toy got a one dollar toy in its place this should be stopped

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  • Lori 09/20/2020 at 01:58 AM

    I ordered a facemask looks like it was coming from England they charged my account on September 10 and I never got the mask

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  • Ken 09/25/2020 at 10:12 AM

    I have been ripped off to the tune of$84 oo plus costs off$29 92 I have not bought anything from this company but my bank statement showed that the money was taken on the 07th ofsep I am a pensioner and money is very tight I can’t think how people can get away with this it has made my life very difficult I now have to try and get the money back in my credit acc I feel sick

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  • Maritta Dunn 10/23/2020 at 09:34 PM

    Ordered a face shield on Sept 30th and today, October 23rd it has not been received!!!!!

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  • pinklady281 11/08/2020 at 09:53 PM

    Has any one purchased the real life dog on here i have received it and its a complete joke but pay pal say its acceptable where do I go with this now

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  • Tom 11/15/2020 at 06:59 AM

    I ordered a "realistic" dog toy after seeing an ad on Facebook that showed a truly realistic dog photos and a video of what they claimed was a toy that looked and behaved like a real puppy. I eventually received a simple, junk dog toy that did not like anything realistic. I requested a refund and was offered 10% refund. I insisted on full refund and was then offered 20%, then 35%, then 50% and finally 100% but only if I ship the stupid dog back TO CHINA ON MY EXPENSE. The shipping would cost me $40 and the scammer also threatened to charge me processing and restocking fee. That would leave me with maybe $7, if they even refund me anything after they received their just back.
    PayPal's Buyer's Protection unfortunately is a joke. All they did was sending my complaint to the scammer and send me the response that I need to ship it back to China on my expense to get a refund.... Read more

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  • Ode 01/24/2021 at 06:53 PM

    I ordered a heated vest after seeing an ad online for 50%off. Item came over a month later but was extremely small, not the size I needed at all. Then on top of it all, it didn't work. The company offered a $10 refund, then $16, then $20 and told me I had to pay to return it to China. I refused and continued to request a full refund. They then told me to re-sell it to get my money back. Absolutely a scam.

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