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On June 21, 2020 I ordered a 55 inch lengthy, 77 pound Lifetime convertible bench from UMLUX.com in Massive Spring, Texas for $94. I did not get a receipt or order confirmation. I filed a dispute PP-D-7600-8043. Immediately after I filed a dispute PayPal sent me a USPS tracking quantity for a package which was ordered from somebody miles away from me from Amazon and delivered to that persons address. I ordered my bench from UMLUX

PayPal JUST DENIED MY CLAIM Currently. PayPal says The USPS tracking quantity says the item was delivered to me and left in my mailbox. Not possible!

The bench weighs 77 pounds so USPS would not have delivered it. Their maximum is 70 pounds. It is 55 inches lengthy so it would not match in my mailbox. I reside in a rural location so USPS often leaves huge packages at my front door.

I took this data to my regional Postmaster and she began a claim with the fraud division of the USPS to uncover out how PayPal was capable to get a tracking quantity for a package for somebody miles away from me, in my zip code and assign that tracking quantity to me. She mentioned that somebody had to hack into their USPS method to get a tracking quantity from Amazon and attempt to inform me that it was for my package from IMLUX . If you google IMLUX you will uncover out that it is a scam web page.

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