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Scam using Paypal : crustallaniece@gmail.com Lorna Jane outlet closing sale

SUSPECTED SCAM!

Date07/11/2022
Fraudulent emailcrustallaniece@gmail.com
PseudonymLorna Jane outlet closing sale
Url / Websitefacebook.com
Scam contentsLooks like a Lorna Jane outlet site on Facebook but payment redirects to PayPal and then no order details or shipping details provided. A payment email goes to a gmail account. This is a scam!
Comment / ReviewI paid over $200 through PayPal but realised it was a scam when no delivery or order email was received

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    • Abii 07/11/2022 at 10:01 AM

      You could try to open a PayPal dispute and try to get refunded:

      https://www.paypal.com/us/webapps/mpp/security/seller-dispute-resolution

      Reply
    • Sarie 07/15/2022 at 10:16 AM

      Have you been refunded? Did you go through PayPal? I too think I've been scammed

      Reply
    • Nat 07/16/2022 at 06:14 PM

      Yip got me too. I really need to roll with my "if something seems to good to be true, it isn't" gut feeling. It caught me at a moment of weakness. Wonder if there is a way to get our money back?

      Reply
    • Irenex 07/17/2022 at 11:43 PM

      It worked, I was able to receive a refund šŸ™Œ

      Reply
    • Kpene 07/20/2022 at 03:28 PM

      I also made a purchase buy no details. I paid via PayPal tried to lodge a dispute but it says its pending. How do i arrange a refund or to cancel it?

      Reply
    • Irenex 07/20/2022 at 06:05 PM

      In PayPal go to 'Activity' then select the payment. Scroll down the bottom and select 'report a problem'. Follow the prompts to enter the information. I used the reason for refund as 'items not received' then at the end in notes explained this was a scam.

      Reply
    • sandyyy 07/24/2022 at 05:37 PM

      Is it only a PayPal scam. I fell for it as well and paid with my credit card, but it came up with the error message PAY FAILED ERROR CODE 10002, which is an API error for PayPal. I have blocked my Visa just in case

      Reply
    • Nat2 07/25/2022 at 05:57 AM

      Yep got me too, so dumb should've realised when it only allowed me to pay via credit card. It didn't have option for PayPal. So the transaction is still in pending status.

      • francz 08/10/2022 at 04:52 PM

        the thing I hate with the credit card companies is they won't block a pending authorization. the merchant can put through $1 for authorization and submit a final purchase for any amount. I would notify the credit card company you have fraudulent activity and did not authorize that purchase(that is play the game their way). they should cancel the card blocking anything from posting and send you a new card. Paypal had my credit card saved on my account and they couldn't prove it was me who made the transaction. Paypal is the only one who can get the money back from scammers. banks and credit cards get the money back from paypal. I set up a dispute with my bank and one with paypal. got my money back from paypal within 7 business days

      • Nat47 08/10/2022 at 06:31 PM

        Correct, they cannot stop a pending transaction. I did cancel my card and had to get a new one. Was a time consuming process updating all my direct debits to my bank account after my card was cancelled. Lesson learnt don't trust FB ads, go to the actual website and check reviews first.

      Reply
    • Ajt 07/26/2022 at 05:30 PM

      So annoyed with myself for falling for this.. came up in my Facebook feedā€¦ moment of weakness.. all the signs were thereā€¦ California default address, no PayPal, needed a pin, all sizes availableā€¦ too cheap price.. knew as soon as I paid as site vanished & no confirm emailā€¦ notified my bank.. stopped my card.. we shall see if I get $$ back

      • sandyyy 07/26/2022 at 05:52 PM

        It came up on Facebook feed to which is why I trusted it. I didn't realise FB ads could be scams. So annoyed with myself as well! Live and learn I guess.

      Reply
    • francz 08/04/2022 at 08:17 PM

      FB,Google and Paypal should be able to weed out these scams. They are only interested in profits not protecting the consumer. They should be made to refund out of profits generated

      Reply
    • julie 08/08/2022 at 06:19 PM

      Unfortunately I paid using my debit card and therefore have no recall. The Commonwealth Bank have asked me for more details however after payment was made I received nothing regarding my purchases. Any tips on what I can do would be appreciated,
      Julie

      • Nat47 08/08/2022 at 08:00 PM

        Hi Julie, I'm with Commbank too, I used my debit card as well. After an hour in the branch was told the best solution was to cancel my card and get a new one. They can't block the scammers from using it again.

      Reply
    • Jan 08/11/2022 at 01:09 PM

      Got me too. Ordered a Gardena Hose Nozzle for way less than the Amazon price. Payed for it using PayPal. I have just now lodged a request for refund. I hope I see results. Wearing a big "L" on my forehead.

      Reply

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