|Purchase date:||April 2017|
|Buyer's name:||Jolene Hayward|
|Buyer's address||Nine Mile falls|
|Buyer's country:||United States|
|Category:||Jewelry & Watches|
Buyer made offer over $100 less than asking price which I took, she paid, no word after, no feedback, item delivered on April 21, 2017. I forget about this long ago sale, as anyone would after over 3 months, and not a single word.
On July 31st, 2017, 100 days post sale, PAYPAL notifies me she's filed a chargeback for the item, trying to dispute and saying it was an unauthorized transaction. After 3 months she notices this? No, she is a scammer using the fact that the tracking would soon expire, which it did within the past month. So, can't prove tracking, and she gets a free gold and ruby ring, and I lose $140.
Because the tracking has disappeared, and the case has dragged on for another month, I no longer have proof of delivery as it expired at Usps while this continues to drag on, although proof was online when the case opened. It takes so long for these to play out, up to 75 days, so buyer files when tracking is close to expiration, or even after. They have 6 MONTHS to open a case. Insane!
Chargebacks are becoming more common as Paypal now allows buyers 6 months to file a chargeback with a buyers credit card company. You won't be able to prove delivery after 3 months or so. You will also never get a chance to tell your side to the buyers credit card issuer.
Do not sell any high ticket item to this fraudster. Keep a screenshot of delivery proof if you sell anything of value or run the risk of losing your case and money should you encounter this or other fraudsters.
|Victor M Orozco||Vorozco759@gmail.com||(562) 821-5820||2018-06-06||1|
|Douglas Lindgren||+1 224-422-6167||2021-10-24||0|