AK_Brickster wrote:What happens is this...
AK_Brickster wrote:I initially thought he had bought it on clearance and was reselling it for a couple of bucks. I do that on a regular basis myself, so it didn't seem suspicious.
However, when it came directly from Lego, with an invoice showing full price paid and express shipping as well, this puzzled me. How was the seller able to make a profit on this? I thought maybe he had cashed in a bunch of VIP points or something.
AK_Brickster wrote:What happens is this . . .
AK_Brickster wrote:The real loser is TLG, since they are now out of payment and have lost the set.
AK_Brickster wrote:My advice would be to PDF your receipts from eBay, BL, and/or PayPal ASAP. The more documentation you are able to provide that you were not the one who place the order with the fraudulent credit card, the easier it will be for you when TLG figures out what is going on.
I hope that helps. Please share this information with those you know who buy Legos from a third party site as well.
Redav wrote:So even though you're using PayPal as an the middleman, you can still be unwittingly involved with a scam because they're using their fake CC details and your legit name?
Redav wrote:And naturally after I click post, I remembered what else it might be... two map expansions for Ticket to Ride.
gedren_y wrote:...the remote possibility exists that you could be charged with receiving stolen property...
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