|Purchase date:||December 2014|
|Buyer's name:||Philip Okoruwa|
|Buyer's address||47 Sayes Court Rd, Orpington, Kent BR52PG|
|Buyer's country:||United Kingdom|
|Category:||Clothing, Shoes & Accessories|
Fraudulent buyer opened up an Ebay case alleging that item a long-time Ebay seller mailed to him was not present in the package delivered (a parcel was weighed, tracked, recorded and signed for; we used a brand name courier agency). Buyer claimed that once he opened the box, there were no shoes, even adding that that he only saw a photo of the shoes in the box, alleging that we (long-time, high-ranking sellers) were trying to pull a fast one on HIM(!).
This fabricated story led us to believe we were dealing with a scam buyer. Ebay rightfully ruled in the seller's favor and closed the case.
But wait, there's more - Buyer then opened another case against the Seller. This time, he requested a refund for the rare shoes (the same ones he swore he did not receive). Seriously?!
We did a background check of the address we had sent the items and it appeared that the buyer name was not listed as a resident! Did more research and oddly we were not able to locate this buyer's name anywhere in London or the UK large, only in Nigeria. Even still, the name signed for the tracked package did not relate to the actual buyer name or any of the listed residents at the property.
Red flags everywhere. This is was a blatant abuse of the system.
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