ID#92: Undelivered goods

Claim amount: 2.860 USD

Status: Case closed


The seller increased the price for the goods he supposed to ship and demanded extra payment. In the end we received faked shipping documents, but no goods.

We paid the seller, but received no goods.

We need help to get our money back.

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