We know everyone loves high quality, authentic collectibles. It’s no wonder Tesla’s Toys is a target for cyber shoplifting by unscrupulous individuals!
What is cyber shoplifting? It happens when a customer orders a product, receives it safely, and decides to keep it for free by initiating a chargeback with their bank. Sadly, we don’t always win despite submitting proof of order, the customer’s IP address and delivery proof (what else do they need?). As such, we have decided to make these individuals famous!
Individuals listed below will not be considered for removal from this page unless they reimburse our losses and bank chargeback fees.
Legal notice: Shiplifting is classified as an act of larceny. This is a misdemeanor that can lead to jail time and a fine in most states. I.e.: You are breaking the law.
Cyber Shoplifter Hall of Infamy #1 Maria Klein
Customer name: Maria Klein
Billing address: 126 S Spruce Street, Nazareth, PA 18064
Shipping address: 126 S Spruce Street, Nazareth, PA 18064
Email: [email protected]
Item ordered:X-Plus Gigantic Series Dragon Ball Figure – Beerus, God of Destruction
Total value of order (including S&H): $289.00
Date of order: 26th July, 2018
Shipping date: 27th July, 2018
Date of delivery: 30th July, 2018 (USPS proof of delivery)
Known IP address: 220.127.116.11
Reason for appearing here: Chargeback claimed, supposed unrecognized transaction.
Date of chargeback: 31st July, 2018
Total amount owed: $289 (order) + $50 (bank chargeback fee) = $339.00
Crime has been reported to:
1) USPS Postmaster
2) FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3)