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I did not order this and I hope I haven't paid for it.
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You need to contact the seller to give you a solution about it. But to my experience, it's a scam.
Tried calling the phone number on the package, get a male that does not speak english. Was anyone actually charged for this bullshit?
Grazie per la risosta
Today I received a package from China with the same Dior scarf others are claiming. An invoice of $4,850.00 HKD was attached. I’m glad I found this site to know what it is from. Back when I called my bank they shut down the card. Luckily since the dispute refund takes a couple days I was too broke to continue trying to order the boots. Since that card was closed I highly doubt this Dior scarf invoice is a threat. It’s just the consolation prize from the boots purchase from their Ariat Outlet scam site.
If you didn’t already dispute some type of charge recently, check your statements for ANY unknown charges, not just the dollar amount you see on the invoice. I think that’s how they get people to overlook it. You’ll be expecting an order that you believed was real. You spent a couple hundred on something you wanted and you don’t dispute it because you’re waiting on that item. You receive the scarf so that they can give a tracking number to your bank if you attempt to dispute it later. Some people will never put two and two together. You’ll wonder where your item is. You’ll check the statement for this $4,000 item, see that you were never charged and move on. Meanwhile you are still expecting your other item from that other site and you don’t realize they’re connected.
Scammers get better everyday... smh.
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