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March 15, 2018, 12:20:07 AM
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Local police are useless but I did posted on alpha crc Facebook about their employee. Maybe you can get at least some justice for Cliff ruining you.
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March 17, 2018, 08:47:34 PM
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Local police are useless but I did posted on alpha crc Facebook about their employee. Maybe you can get at least some justice for Cliff ruining you.

I wouldn't say they are completely useless. A lot of the time they can forward their reports or information to another agency with further reaching jurisdiction. Meaning, if local police are unable to handle it they have a direct pipeline to those who do handle these things. However, if they don't deem it worthy of contacting the other agencies then it is pretty worthless. Also, if it doesn't violate any "international" laws and only local laws, but there is no connection between your locality and theirs it might be difficult to have anything come of it. It seems a shame that their partner is just taking the fall for all of this financially.

Pawn here. Hopefully this never happens to anyone else here

I do not know what happens on the buyer side in this scenario.

I feel sympathy for your situation. It's very unfortunate, and all I can say is that you should try to do everything you can to hold onto your money legally. Paypal should be able to handle this within their own house without draining your bank account. I don't know how this would be done, but it just feels wrong for you to become fooled and then take a loss for all of his scams.

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March 18, 2018, 12:13:16 AM
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The refund for my order cleared, thank you ATRD.
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March 23, 2018, 09:45:34 PM
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The refund for my order cleared, thank you ATRD.

It seems like this has been mostly taken care of from everything I can tell. I was correct in my original assumption that OP was a scammer. Nobody has received any hardware or valid tracking numbers. The partner has been left with a giant sack of refunds, charge backs and accountability I'm sure they did not foresee. Everyone is being or has been refunded at this point. If nobody has anything to add then I am going to lock this thread and consider it handled. We have tagged the accused with a DT rating, and it seems the only person unhappily walking away from the situation is the partner, which is unfortunate, but much better than a handful of others in addition.

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