Purchased 2 robotic vacuums on Facebook and received cheap flimsy AA battery operated dusters. They would not refund 100% nor give me a return address.
Kate – Feb 04, 2021
I want to say thats messed up, i ordered a $50 super mystery box and it said it was delivered January 26 2021 when i ordered it Jan 25 2021, i got a confirmation that my box was delivered January 26th when it is February 3rd. Im out $50 bucks and there still out there doing the same stuff..messed up really..
Gary – Jan 29, 2021
Add was for 27 morgan silver dollars. They arrived and there is not 1 gram of silver in them they are fakes counterfeit duplicates whatever but not real
Leah – Jan 25, 2021
J’ai commandé 2 Morgan silver dollar 1878S au montant de plus de 28$ us et je n’ai jamais reçu et chose bizarre mes courriels de réponse ont disparus Scam
Gina – Jan 25, 2021
Ordered a 50$ electronics mystery box and it never arrived. Tried to get back in contact with them to refund my money and adress was fake. I have no way to get my money back now and i don’t know what to do. They advertized as a monthly subscription box which is what i wanted. It’s a nasty scam and now I’ve lost $50.
Shannon – Jan 12, 2021
Victim Location 04976
Total money lost $34.98
Type of a scam Online Purchase
Ads all over Facebook. This one was for a Mystery Box. Basically $35 for a grab box with approximately $149 worth of electronic gadgets. Ad look real and professional. Even has different ways to pay (PayPal, Diners Club, Visa, American Express, JCB, Mastercard, Discover, UnionPay)
Mary – Dec 28, 2020
Country United States
Type of a scam Advance Fee Loan
Initial means of contact Not applicable
Ordered a cuckoo clock received a piece of junk which looks nothing like what was ordered. Look at the pictures. First is what I ordered second is what I received. Filed dispute with PayPal
Carla – Dec 22, 2020
Total scam. I ordered a “Beautiful Sea Glass Christmas Tree” for $51.99 and received a piece of plastic junk, not worth the additional shipping cost of $7.99. The way they get you is that they knowingly ship a piece of junk from China. Of course, you don’t know it’s a piece of junk from China. Because it’s from China, not much Paypal can do. So, they steal your money. I’m down almost 60 dollars. It costs as much to ‘ship it back to China for your refund’ as the piece of junk cost you in the first place. Nothing worser than a thief. It’s going to be really hot where they end up one day. Paypal should ban them.
I got caught in a scam from another company from China in August. My returned order cost me $35 to return it to China. ‘It is still in customs in China’
-SINCE AUGUST! REALLY? I will never again order ANYTHING without looking for reviews of the company.
See pictures for what I ordered and what I got.
Rachel – Dec 09, 2020
Victim Location 78669
Total money lost $73
Type of a scam Online Purchase
The company had an ad up on Facebook about Christmas grinch decorations (I incorrectly assumed that FB ads and companies had been vetted and would be safe to purchase from). The website was www.devilmerchants.com. The website advised the decoration was roughly 4ft tall and made of metal (yard art). Ordered product (when I got the order confirmation email the parent company was called "Funpinpin") and it did arrive after a few weeks. However, item was nothing like it was described. It was a roughly 2ft tall grinch that came shipped in 3 different pieces. The item was made of foam board (not metal) and came with some double sided tape to connect the pieces together. There is no way the item would hold up outside in the elements. The website says 100% money back guarantee. I emailed them at "[email protected]" and they actually responded. Offered to give me a 10% refund. Uh, no thanks. 100% or nothing. Waiting on their response. Doing more research on them now and they have numerous company names and websites out there and scam warnings all over the place.
Alex – Nov 27, 2020
I ordered the Plum Wine Santa that was supposed to stand about 5ft tall, I received a creepy man barbie santa that wasn’t even 12 inches tall. I laugh when I think about how I was scammed, then I remember they got $67.98 of my money. It was supposed to be a Santa that I thought my teen foster daughters might enjoy, since holidays are really tough for them. Thanks Funpinpin, for continuing the tradition of disappointing my foster kids.
Marvin – Oct 16, 2020
$285.95 usd wish i had seen any of this previously. Sent me $18.99 usd crane toys and not even ‘all items ordered’ at their cheap crappy level. They will not respond you make a dispute through PayPal or your credit card. Then they try to say that they say that their plush toys on their site. However I took screenshots showing that they wer collectibles. And I’m still fighting to try to get my funds back. I wouldn’t mind if they at least even gave me the difference of what they owe me of the amount I paid minus the crap value what they sent. I think we might have to try to get some kind of lawsuit against this company together being as it is wire fraud if you think about it and it’s International wire fraud as they have used deception bait and switch and they have defrauded us.
Isaac – Sep 28, 2020
I’m in Australia I order 2 eeyores they are not what they look like in the picture being in Australia I had to pay $76 usd whiched worked out to be $107.59 aud I want my money back for the purchese. The 2 eeyores I got would only be worth $12 the most they are not the size they are meant to be the weight they are meant to be. There is no way in the world I would spend so much money if I knew they were just basic stuff toys
Zachary – Aug 22, 2020
To bad can’t rate less than 1 Star that’s to good for this site. They took my money then after months of nothing PayPal contacted them to dispute the order, so they gave valid tracking info, what showed up was bs. I ordered the $50 Cheshire Cat, I received a $.50 claw machine stuffed animal. They have it worked out where you can’t dispute and get your money back from PayPal so they can just keep on stealing people’s money.
Donald – Aug 10, 2020
I would like to ask someone that here is the place to report funpinpin.com or funpinpin.store. I want to buy something from a store on funpinpin.com platform. Funpinpin.com is a site builder. My friend who had bought items from Funpinpin.com works good now. So i want to confirm this issue. Thanks
Renee – Aug 06, 2020
I didn’t even buy Anything it just started to go through an automatic payment straight to my already Previously used for something else logged in PayPal account and I couldn’t stop it no matter what I did it bypassed the review your payments page straight to paid! And there was no cancel payment it was just paid done and over so quick I don’t think I blinked It was shocking and now PayPal want to get back to me when they can but I’m down $66aus not even my address!
Randy – Jun 04, 2020
Responded to an add on facebook. The product never arrived. No response to my attempts to contact. very dissapointing way to lose $35.
Victoria – Jun 04, 2020
We lost approx 34.00 and it was a Birthday present for our Granddaughter. Shame on Facebook for allowing these scams to keep perpetuating.
Carly – Jun 02, 2020
As i know, funpinpin.store is different with funpinpin.com. Funpinpin is a platform, not a shopping site. Is there any mistake? by the way, could you check the emails for some other information?
Steve – May 12, 2020
Victim Location 12839
Total money lost $47.99
Type of a scam Online Purchase
they use several different facebook pages (funpinpin, Los Angeles Audio, and New York Audio) to offer items for sale and then never shipping orders. they also use email address [email protected] and [email protected] i have tried to contact them through email and facebook but have gotten no response.