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  1. I did something stupid, something that I have told my kids over and over again not to do, but I clicked on a Facebook link, to a Chinese shop called Sweet Offerz, advertising the Lego Hogwarts Castle, for half price. I paid using PayPal, but not logged into my account at the time, as I couldn't remember my password, and used a credit card for extra protection. As soon as I had made payment, I regretted it, and thought it was a [problem], so I immediately phoned both PayPal and my credit card company to see if I could stop payment, and explained that I thought it was a [problem], but neither would do it, and said I could raise a claim if the item wasn't received in 30 days. What arrived through the post was a box full of cheap, bad quality plastic bricks, not Lego and instruction books to make a "magic world castle" not a Hogwarts castle as advertised. I thought, I'll just claim my money back through PayPal as what I was sent was clearly no what was advertised, and I thought PayPal would accept this and that would be that. However PayPal have ruled the claim against me and I am not getting a refund, as the company sent proof of the item being posted and delivered, which wasn't the basis of my claim, but they won't budge. I have contacted Sweet Offerz, through their email address supplied by PayPal but they have ignored all my messages, I have asked for a refund, and to return the item but they don't reply. Also I can't log in to the account I created when buying the item, and their site does not recognise my email address when I try to recover my account details, the same email address they sent shipping details to. I should have known PayPal wouldn't be bothered to help, they never do, but is there anywhere else I can take my claim.
  2. I bought a 16gb Kingston SD card online for my phone from a company called Sweetcow Ltd. The 1st day I had it in my phone it failed completely. I packed it up and returned it immediately along with a letter explaining why I was returning it. For good measure I began proceedings with Paypal. Well I might as well not have bothered as Sweetcow claimed they never recieved the returned item and kept asking me to returnn it. They ignored all my messages that it had been returned saying I must send it by tracked post. As I no longer had it thart was impossible. The short story was both Sweetcow Kingston and Paypal all let me down as now I have no 16gb SD card I lost my money and none of them give a fig
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