...Some interesting points:
+ How did paypal determine this was a fraudulent item being sold?
+ WTH did the seller go through all the trouble to send bracelets to hundreds, if not thousands of victims...
I guess they determined it from all of the buyer complaints. The second one; it probably costs the seller jack sh!t to send out bracelets however I'm pretty sure he only sent them out to peeps requesting tracking info via ebay case resolution complaint. By sending an item, the seller buys time to prolong the scam and the time frame you have to file a complaint. Also when you get that surprise braclet your stuck footing the bill in sending the item back with tracking info to the seller and being that the seller is providing a bullsh!t return address that package wont go anywhere leaving you stuck outta' luck.
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