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"Fusemin.com"

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  • Sherrie 07/06/2020 at 03:15 AM

    SCAM!! last night (7/4/20) I was on Facebook as I was scrolling Fusemin advertisement showed up Flash Sale for Singer sewing machines from $89 , It was a "Sponsored Page" so I assumed it was safe. I was a little sceptical so I help off on buying but I did sign up to receive emails to inform me of upcoming sales. less than 10 minutes later I received a new charge to paypal alert from my credit card, logged onto paypal & sure enough there was a $89 charge somehow these people were able to approve the charge through paypal. I changed my passwords added extra security methods to my accounts. Today Paypal sent email stating my order has been shipped (WTH) I got on USPS & entered the provided tracking # it shows Package was delivered to MY mailbox on 7/3/20. So an item i didn't order on 7/4 was delivered on 7/3 that alone should be enough proof for paypal that this is fraud, but I need to wait up to 9 days for them to make a decision whether or not my claim is fraud

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  • Sherrie 07/06/2020 at 04:57 PM

    I think fusemin.com also operates under bisomin.com both sites are identical including the contact email "service@maingmail.com" Whatever you do don't sign up for their Exclusive discounts and sales!! I'm sure that is how they were able to hack my account.

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  • Me'Shele7993 07/09/2020 at 08:22 PM

    this is the exact same situation I am in. On July 3rd I saw this deal, I had been seeing this deal for some weeks. I go ahead because it "sponsored" on facebook. I get a tracking number when I check it shows that my package was delivered to my mailbox in Grand Prairie, TX on June 26th now unless someone has a time machine that is not possible.

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  • JEANNETTE 07/10/2020 at 06:53 AM

    I also got scammed. I kept seeing this ad for sewing machines at fantastic deals popping up while on Facebook... FLASH SALE... one day only, and so on. Finally on July 2, 2020 at a weak moment, I ordered a Singer sewing machine from Fusemin.com. I thought $99.00 was a fantastic deal... I researched and priced around on; Amazon, Singer, Walmart, etc. It sold for much more every where! I reasoned with myself, don't be stupid, "if it's too good to be true... it usually is" but that PayPal link looked legitimate, and made me put my guard down; I bit the bullet! There was no contact from the vendor for a few days, then on 7/6/20 the $99.00 charge appears on my credit card account. An email follows in the form of a receipt stating the item is shipped by USPS, and a Tracking Number is provided. I access the USPS Website, check the Tracking Number, and discover it was previously used and that package delivered on May 28, 2020. Impossible... I just purchased the machine on 7/2/20! I've been emailing the supposed contact person: BurtonLynnuVhFq@aol.com about the Tracking Number error and requesting accurate shipment information to no avail... no response to FOUR REQUESTS! Next step: I am now beginning the process of reporting this scam and filing a claim. These scammers have a list of companies under different Domain names, selling from Grills, Power tools, Sewing Machines, etc. Apparently every few months they register new Websites under different names. If you have been scammed,... Read more

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  • Sherrie 07/10/2020 at 09:11 AM

    I don't know if any of you used Paypal or not (Hopefully not) Paypal is a joke!! I filed a claim less than 3 hours later I got an email from paypal saying they found no evidence supporting my claim and the case was now closed. I have tried calling numerous times, can't ever get through automated system says get online. When I go to resolution it wont let me send a message because that case has been closed. I finally contacted Capital One (my linked card) they were absolutely awesome and have intervened. But now Paypal has limited my account (I sell on ebay and have over $200.00 in my Paypal account that they have taken hostage) I have been with Paypal for well over 7 years have bought and sold multiple items I have NEVER made nor had a claim. Yet Paypal is treating me as if I AM the one who is the criminal! While buying the scammer more time to rip off more innocent people, I am beyond livid! According to the internet fusemin.com is a month old launched 6/04/20 they also operate using Bisomin.com same exact web page same contact email same scam. Paypal shows seller as CHARLETTA SMALL

    nvvqnssbjyx@GMAIL.COM

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  • JEANNETTE 07/13/2020 at 03:59 AM

    I did use PayPal also. But I contacted my Credit Card company to report the scam and file a claim. I plan to notify every entity possible. As of today 7/12/20 It appears Fusemin.com may have pulled down that website. I am certain they have others and will continue to generate new ones.

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  • JEANNETTE 07/13/2020 at 04:10 AM

    I was mistaken,Fusemin.com is still up and running!

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  • Carol Brockington 07/22/2020 at 12:23 PM

    I’d been looking for an sewing/embroidery machine on the online yard sale and then it popped up on my timeline, so I’m like this is too good to be true and I made the big mistake of ordering it!! I ordered it on July 17, 2020 AND IT SAID THAT IT WAS DELIVERED ON July 14, 2020!! How could that be when I hadn’t ordered it yet!!!! I can’t believe that PayPal is letting this happen on their site, they promise to protect me on this site, yet this is the SECOND TIME I’VE been scammed through them and it’s ok with them...It’s like I’m the perpetrator!! GTFOH!!!!

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  • Maria 07/23/2020 at 01:53 PM

    I too ordered a Singer Serger for $99.00. I thought I was ordering from Singer.com as advertised. I also paid with Paypal. They charged me the $99.00 on July 1, 2020 and gave me a tracking number with USPS saying it was shipped on July 2, 2020. When I checked it to see the whereabouts of my order the USPS tracking number said it was delivered on May 16, 2020. Later on I checked the tracking number and it was from something I had ordered from Amazon! PayPal has refunded my money but they have put a limit on my account and I can't resolve anything on their site! I am going to call them later today. The seller according fo PayPal is KhaylieAnnyah.

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  • Nancy 07/24/2020 at 10:41 AM

    I am so glad I checked out this company before I ordered. I also thought it was too good to be true.

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  • Noreen norden 07/24/2020 at 08:59 PM

    I ordered one may 5th have never got it they were advertising under the name Norton LLC called Norton LLC they told me they didn't use PayPal and there machines were not 99$ we have all been scamed. I call my bank they did an investigation and PayPal told them it was lagetiment so they won't put my money back in my account.

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  • nbkgv94 07/26/2020 at 02:39 AM

    Thank you for sharing your experiences with Fusemin.com. You saved us from getting scammed. As they say, “If it’s too good to be true, it probably is.”

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  • Wendy 07/26/2020 at 10:08 PM

    Unfortunately, I did not see this page and these comments until AFTER I placed and paid for my order! I, too, fell for the $99 too-good-to-be-true sewing/embroidery machine. PayPal history shows a tracking number that says the item was delivered to my door literally 5 hours before I placed the order. Further review of the tracking info shows the item was MAILED days before I even saw the ad! Grrrrrrr!

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  • txgirl2486 07/29/2020 at 03:22 AM

    Thank you everyone who has posted their experience here. I was about to order a machine.

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  • Shirley 07/30/2020 at 02:29 AM

    Look out also for Ladies Forword. I fell for it in May of 2019. Never received the machine. I have a order number.

    these are all sham sites.

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  • Linda 07/30/2020 at 06:11 AM

    I was a fool and fell for these idiots. Paypal had mentioned that I received my product. I did not, what I did get in the mail was a envelope from Fucking China with the identical tracking # from PayPal. You want to know what was in the little 4x6 envelope????? It was a fuc#ing plastic whistle! How does America allow these bastards to do this scam Day after Day?

    BTW, I aggrivated PayPal so damn much that they gave me my $73.49 back to my account. Fight Back!

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  • Ruby 07/30/2020 at 04:16 PM

    I also ordered thinking this was too good to be true but thought I had seen it several times. I ordered a machine and put it on a credit card. When I didn’t get an email afterwards nothing about shipping or that they had taken the money which they did. Then I looked them up and saw that it was probably a scam. I called my credit card to dispute the withdrawal.. I’m still waiting .. this ad is still running on Facebook.

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  • Berdine 08/02/2020 at 03:37 PM

    Facebook needs to be held responsible for allowing these scam sites to give them money for advertising scams. Its one thing if there is an ad on Marketplace that is NOT sponsored because then FB didn't receive any money from these people to advertise. But if they are going to take money and allow these types of scams to be advertised in OUR NEWSFEED, then they should be liable if the site was a scam! Fortunatly, I DID look up the info regarding the site because back in March I found an ad on marketplace for a bed! Only $79! I, like most, figured FB wouldnt take money from a fake site for advertisment, so I went ahead and paid the money. Several weeks later, while looking over the charge on my C.C., It was for a different company. I contacted the company the charge showed up as and they responded by telling me it was a scam and to report it to FB. I am still trying to get my money back frim that. I think we all need to make FB stop allowing scam sites to pay for advertising on their platform. If they can mark news articles as fake and put you in FB jail if you post something wrong, then why are they allowed to make money off people who are just looking to scam the public! If you are interested in joining me in fighting FB for allowing scam sites to advertise, leave a reply. The more people who fight FB for allowing this kind of site to advertise, the better it will be!

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