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vpp.support@mail.jstimier.com Scammed Me

I have been scammed by this person at vpp.support@mail.jstimier.com. I've researched this online scammer who sends FACEMASKS to buyers instead of the products. PayPal is looking into my complaint also. I ordered a sewing machine and got face masks. The scammer uses poor English grammar in emails. Supposedly Chinese scammer from the Arizona area? Anyway, to tract this routing and server activity, there's always an electronic paper trail, just takes time.

vpp.support mail.jstimier.com Scammed Me
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  • October 15, 2020 at 1:46 PM by an anonymous user from: Oakland, California, United States

    The exact same thing happened to me from a purchase in July! I tried to work with my bank and they were completely useless. I am now going to submit a dispute through PayPal.

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vpp.support@mail.jstimier.com Scammed Me