Shana – Dec 24, 2020
Victim Location 37801
Total money lost $56
Type of a scam Online Purchase
This company is operating under the alias of TANIEH for American customers. According to the paypal receipt I received from my purchase the company name is actually as follows:
Name: Zhun Shou ti yu Co, Ltd.
Email: [email protected]
I "purchased" a small gag gift for my father for Christmas. A small golf game you can play in your living room. https://taniaeh.com/ was one of the first sites that popped up on Google when searching for the gift.
The consumer shops online, finds a deal on a brand name gift. You decide to buy and the site instructs you to pay through PayPal, which should provide extra security.
After the checkout, you get a confirmation email that contains a tracking number from UPS, FedEx, or another shipping service.
But no package arrives. So after a few days, you log onto the site and see that your package has been delivered. OK, you ask, where? It’s not been delivered to your house.
"You call the shipping company, and they confirm that the package was delivered … but to the wrong address," according to the BBB.
Yet this isn’t a simple mistake. You’ll soon discover that the e-commerce site doesn’t even list any contact information or no one will return your calls or emails.
"Some scam victims report filing a claim with PayPal because their protection promise says you can open a dispute if your order never arrives," the ScamPulse.com said.
"But because the scammer technically shipped the package and the tracking number marked it as delivered, PayPal rejected their claims," according to the BBB.
One consumer reported to the ScamPulse.com Scam Tracker: “PayPal denied my claim because the seller showed the tracking number as being delivered. I even had UPS send PayPal the proof that I didn’t receive my package, but all PayPal required is a tracking number loaded and shows delivered.”