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"Cofffea.com"

Very bad trust score : Warning, only for experienced users!

9 REVIEWS


  • Jilian T 07/24/2020 at 09:37 PM

    I ordered a bread maker almost 2 months ago and nothing have arrived and no communication from the seller. This company “Cofffea” is a scam. DO NOT BUY ANYTHING FROM THEM!

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  • TL 07/28/2020 at 08:33 PM

    This company " cofffea" is scam. I ordered bread machine 4 months ago. And never recieved anything.

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  • Grangerstancey@gmail.com 07/28/2020 at 10:12 PM

    Major scam!!!! I ordered the bread machine over two months ago. I have been watching the tracking number. Forever in warehouse in China, then setting in California, the shipping by ups for three weeks. Today it said delivered 1 bread machine. I got a cheap ring in a velvet box. I have gotten two items through payment to PayPal that were totally wrong and one items charged that I didn’t order at all. PayPal won’t do anything!!! I pulled my credit card and told them to close my account!

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  • Nicole 07/28/2020 at 11:56 PM

    SCAM! They sent me a cheap-looking gold ring instead of the inflatable dinosaur play that I purchased, and it took 3-months for them to get that to me. Do not give them your money!

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  • Madeleine 07/30/2020 at 02:28 PM

    I bought a bread maker Panasonic SD-P104 22 April. I never got it. Canada Post said it was delivered in July. Not true. Its a scam.

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  • LETICIA Barrero 08/02/2020 at 05:00 PM

    I bought a Dinosaur Inflatable Play Set and two lamps AND after a month all I received were 2 cheap rings in blue boxes. This is A SCAM. DO NOT ORDER FROM

    COFFFEA COFFFEA

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  • Jessica 08/02/2020 at 07:38 PM

    This happened to me too! I ordered two bread machines. They sent me a cheap ring that does not fit any human's finger, that how big it is. If you have the packaging it came with along with the tracking number on the packaging send pictures to Paypal. Paypal has to ban them from using Paypal again as they are definitely a scam.

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  • Heather H 09/24/2020 at 03:15 AM

    So let me tell you what happened to me. I bought a breadmaker back in April using PayPal because of their money-back guarantee. After 5 weeks when I still didn't have a breadmaker or a tracking number I asked for a refund. The next day I got a tracking number...that didn't work. I had already filed a complaint through PayPal and I escalated it through them. At this point they got kind of huffy and asked me to withdraw my complaint. Nope, not until I get a breadmaker or a refund. In august I got a crappy ring in a crappy velvet box. They reported it as delivered to PayPal and my claim was changed to "not as described". I was offer HALF my money back.

    I declined. These people have figured out how to scam a system designed to keep people from being scammed.

    By actually sending me something, they change the nature of the claim and make it that much harder to fight.

    I declined the refund and am going for the full amount. And shame on PayPal. I have no way of making any additional statements about what is going on.

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  • Heather H. 10/13/2020 at 01:53 PM

    Update. RL/DR. I ordered a breadmaker, got a nasty little ring instead, requested a refund.

    Paypal denied my claim after 6 months of making me jump through hoops. I submitted pictures of the ring, the packaging with the tracking number clearly showing and clearly answered all of their questions. I am just as angry with PayPal as I am the scammers.

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