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paypal: how to get your money back from scammers?

Discussion in 'PayPal' started by nevret2, Feb 21, 2009.

  1. koda10

    koda10 Active Member

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    #21
    Don`t worry, you never can do that. Mean if you deal with a smart scammer. In the best way you can get the money back from Paypal, if you are enough smart, but the Paypal never will get the money back from scammer.
    SEMrush
     
    koda10, Sep 2, 2015 IP
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  2. Michael Johnsy

    Michael Johnsy Member

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    #22
    not possible maybe.
     
    Michael Johnsy, Sep 23, 2015 IP
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    traffbizz Greenhorn

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    #23
    As I remember PayPal have 30 days hold. You have 30 days for start refund.
     
    traffbizz, Sep 30, 2015 IP
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    TrafficBrokerAM Member

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    #24
    File a dispute against the seller. They PayPal will hold the money till the case solved.
     
    TrafficBrokerAM, Oct 22, 2015 IP
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    dzakiaa Member

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    #25
    you can directly to the paypal dispute. convey your reasons in detail and clearly.
     
    dzakiaa, Nov 15, 2015 IP
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  6. Mike Park

    Mike Park Member

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    #26
    call Paypal. thats what I did once
     
    Mike Park, Dec 15, 2015 IP
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    KatnissEverdeen Active Member

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    #27
    If you are having issues with paypal, can't dispute the charges, or anything. Your best bet is just to call pp, explain the situation, and have them assist you to get your money back.

    Good luck to you. I hope you get everything worked out
     
    KatnissEverdeen, Dec 15, 2015 IP
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    Kidd2107 Greenhorn

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    #28
    Hi there I have a similar question so didn't want to start a new thread. I have someone who's looking to sell me a pair of shoes. These shoes are highly replicated and very limited and there are a lot of scammers out there trying to sell these fake. So I need to know that even if I do receive my product from the seller but it IS indeed fake. Unlike what he has claimed it to be. Can I still file a dispute? How does that work? Do I need him to be specific on the invoice about the shoes being 100% authentic or how does this work?

    Thanks in advance for the help! Hope you guys can help me figure out a solution ! Cheers!
     
    Kidd2107, Dec 22, 2015 IP
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    nkgrg Well-Known Member

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    #29
    That depends on where you bought the product.
    If you bought your product from eBay then you don't need to worry about. You as a buyer are protected and Paypal is a sister company of ebay. But your waiting period is extremely long.
    I have always won many disputes and paypal has been very helpful>.

    Hope it helps you. Have some courage. good luck.
    nkg
     
    nkgrg, Mar 17, 2016 IP
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    #30
    Log in to your PayPal account and to the left of your profile picture, beneath the notification and settings tabs you will notice three tabs – ‘Pay with One Touch’, ‘Buyer Protection’, ‘Mobile App’ – click on ‘Buyer Protection’ and follow the directions on the page that will open.
     
    Proaffili, Dec 12, 2016 IP
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    #31
    In the resolution centre, open the dispute and wait for process to complete from paypal's side. If you are on the right side, you should get your money, no doubts.
     
    drupesh2000, Dec 31, 2017 IP
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    #32
    You can open a dispute and escalate it. You must provide all details to Paypal team and they will give money back. Be sure first to read seller TOS.
     
    Florin_Tribalad, Dec 20, 2018 IP
  13. Robert_Sheerhoon28

    Robert_Sheerhoon28 Peon

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    #33
    To make a dispute is the only solution. Log in to your PayPal account, go to the Resolution Center, click View next to the dispute you want to escalate, click escalate this dispute to a PayPal claim near the bottom of the page (follow all the instructions, it should be clear there), then click escalate to a claim. Good luck with that!
     
    Robert_Sheerhoon28, Apr 24, 2019 IP
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    amiibocards Greenhorn

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    #34
    I think you are getting a lot of miss leading information here. You made one huge mistake to be honest. You sent someone money though family and friends. That means you did not pay for a service or a product you just sent someone some cash. Opening a case is not going to work there. How are you going to prove the money was for a certain thing? Chances are they will not refund you. You will need to phone them up direct and try to explain this to them. The only way you get a refund and save your a** is by providing tracking and going down the normal route.

    I once sent an item to someone in America, I do this quite often so this was no different, packed and shipped takes around 5 - 10 days to get there. Now the issue was the very next day the person who bought my product opened a case the next day saying item not arrived. Well yeah, it's not next day air mail, possible but I did not pay for that service. So I told Paypal called them up and guess what happened they gave her a full refund. No tracking no money, I had a right go at the rep. Explaining to him this is a massive hole you are leaving open for exploitation, they said well you have to pay for tracking. Here in the Uk tracking is around £9 the item was £8 makes sense right? I asked the customer to politely let me know if it gets there, so we can clear this all up. Never heard from them again. *blacklisted* it was expected.

    Some people just love to scam others. Paypal always sides with the buyer and in your case there is no buyer so nothing here, unless they agree to sending you the money back I can't see what you are going to do about it. Let us know what happened.
     
    amiibocards, Oct 10, 2019 IP