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You are right the thief should not be allowed to get away with this as she will just go on to scam someone else.thanks ladies.. we have managed to search the Rhode Island police department contact number on the internet.. she also has her contact number since the item was shipped via DHL and that service required her contact number for delivery. But her logic is if she is bent on avoiding emails and not returning the item.. whats the point of calling her up.
She seems so resigned to the fact that she lost the money.. I think she just wants to put this all behind her.. but really that thief should not get away so easily
Other than taking police action, was this item insured? If this item was shipped via DHL with insurance and was damaged during transition, she should be able to claim from DHL. I imagine a $2,000 should be insured during shipping???
There is a way to do a chargeback if the buyer used paypal???
Not sure how to do this but call paypal or contact them somehow.
I know this because some time ago I purchased a watch that ended up being fake, the seller refunded me and I sent it back.
Later she charged it back via paypal saying I had not returned and they put money in her account.
Contact them and see what happens.