Individuals who attempted to scam us or our partners.
Consider this a "do not do business with" list.



 



1)   Jean Sanon
      1452 McKinley Street
      Philadelphia, PA 19149-2705

Purchased a chip via eBay, then claimed it did not work.
Opened a claim with paypal and would not respond to our
messages. Convinced paypal to refund their moeny if they
sent back the item. They sent the original package, but the
chip was not returned. Instead, they returned an old rotor
button (see below). Obviously the chip worked well enough
for them to keep it and trick ebay / the post office by
putting in an object of similar weight. They received their
refund and the 'defective' chip. Avoid these deadbeats.












2) Ebay userid emewusu2010
     
Emelia OwusuRichardson Amoabeng
     P.O.BOX GP 21686
     Accra 23321 GHANA


Purchased a chip via eBay, then claimed they did not receive it only a few
days after shipment. They were aware it can take weeks to deliver to Africa,
and tracking does not work. They then opened a case saying the following:

The buyer didn't receive the item
Buyer requested A refund
Comments: I have not received the item.

They convinced paypal to refund their money, claiming they never received
the chip. Needless to say, we no longer ship to Africa. Avoid these deadbeats.







3) Ebay userid schuttetomm

     
Mpyana Tom Schutte
     Box 630183
     Choma 10101
     ZM (Zambia)


Purchased a chip via eBay, then claimed they did not receive it only a few
days after shipment. They were aware it can take weeks to deliver to Africa,
and tracking does not work. They then opened a case saying the following:

Aug. 9 - The buyer didn't receive the item
Comments: Please advise delivery date. Usps status not up to date

They convinced ebay the item was never recieved, knowing there is no way for
them to tell. Of course, ebay requires a refund be sent. They have their money
and the chip. We lost a chip, and had to pay shipping for free.
Needless to say, we no longer ship to Africa. Avoid these scammers.
Remember what you hear about Africa being the scam capital of the world?
Well, it's true!