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I have an unpaid item dispute buy do not have an item number. I have a transaction number. What can i do.

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Is your dispute with paypal or ebay by chance. if so you need to contact them after you have signed into your account. do not click on links to go to them... type them in yourself.

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I believe paypal has a customer dispute resolution system. Hopefully you printed a copy of the transaction. It may have a number for Dispute resolution. If not and no action go back to your cedit card company they should have a dispute system.

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Hi Steve
Log onto www.paypal.com and see your transaction details for your account.
You can open a disputeA buyer asks for a seller's help in resolving an issue with a transaction. in the Resolution CentreLocated in My Account, the PayPal resource for resolving issues between buyers and sellers. to contact a seller directly and resolveA buyer and seller come to an agreement and close the case, or PayPal comes to a decision and closes the case. a problematic transaction. You have 45 days from the payment date to open a dispute. Common reasons for opening a dispute include:
  • You paid for an item but haven't received it and the seller is uncooperative or unresponsive
  • You received an item that was significantly-not-as-described (SNAD).
Click the Dispute a Transaction button in the Resolution Centre to open a dispute. Then, provide more information about the issue and send a message to the seller.
Transactions older than 45 days cannot be disputed but should still be reported. PayPal tracks seller performance trends in the event we need to take action to protect other buyers.
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I need the adress where to send my transaction to a dispute i lost the email paypal sent me. credit card fraud


I did not get really your question. Do you want to dispute? if that the case go to your paypal then list all the transaction history you made. You will definitely see the transaction you want to dispute. Then just click details. Copy the transaction ID. Make sure to get only the numbers after #. Then Click resolution center. Then Click Dispute Transaction button. Then paste the transaction ID numbers on the box shown. Continue from there. Please note dispute can be only made not later than 45 days since the transaction was made.

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We paid through Paypal for a vacation property (VRBO) on Febuary 23, 2011 to Adam Cobb in the amont of $1904.00. This included a $200 security deposit which was to be returned upon our departure (April...


Hello,

The following step outline will go over the normal PayPal process which begins with attempting contact at a seller and then filing a dispute.

To request a refund, send the seller an email. Ask the seller to click Issue a refund beside your payment details. You can request a refund up to 60 days after you pay for your item.

Here's how to find the seller's contact information:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click History.
  3. Click Details next to the transaction you want a refund for.
  4. Use the contact information to send the seller an email.
If the seller won't refund your money, you have 45 days from the date you paid for your item to file a dispute.

Filing a dispute
Here's how to file a dispute:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click Resolution Center.
  3. Click Dispute a Transaction.
  4. Select Item dispute, then click Continue.
  5. Click Find transaction ID, then click the transaction ID you want to dispute.
  6. Click Continue, then follow the instructions.
If you purchased your item on eBay, go to eBay's Resolution Center to open your dispute. Go to eBay and click Resolution Center at the bottom of any page

If your dispute is not resolved or escalated to a claim within 20 days it will be closed


Escalating your dispute to a claim

If you can't resolve your dispute with your seller, we can help. Just escalate your dispute to a claim and ask us to look into the transaction. We'll review your case and decide whether you're eligible for a refund. We can usually decide if you're eligible for a refund within 30 days.

Here's how to escalate a dispute to a claim:

1. Log in to your PayPal account.
2. Click Resolution Center.
3. Click View next to the dispute you want to escalate.
4. Click Escalate this dispute to a PayPal claim, then follow the instructions.
5. Click Escalate to a claim.

To check the status of your claim, log in to your account and go to the Resolution Center.

To learn more about our dispute process, look for the How to Dispute a Transaction tutorial in the Resolution Center.

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AwesomEnterprises Inc.I havent received my goods. transaction ID 79039791MU4252845


Hello,

First try to contact the seller to resolve the issue, if no response you can file a dispute. The steps below outline this process.

How do I get my money back? If you would like a refund, start by getting in touch with your seller. Most sellers welcome the chance to work out any problems.

To request a refund, send the seller an email. Ask the seller to click Issue a refund beside your payment details. You can request a refund up to 60 days after you pay for your item.

Here's how to find the seller's contact information:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click History.
  3. Click Details next to the transaction you want a refund for.
  4. Use the contact information to send the seller an email.
If the seller won't refund your money, you have 45 days from the date you paid for your item to file a dispute.

Filing a dispute

Here's how to file a dispute:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click Resolution Center.
  3. Click Dispute a Transaction.
  4. Select Item dispute, then click Continue.
  5. Click Find transaction ID, then click the transaction ID you want to dispute.
  6. Click Continue, then follow the instructions.
If you purchased your item on eBay, go to eBay's Resolution Center to open your dispute. Go to eBay and click Resolution Center at the bottom of any page

If your dispute is not resolved or escalated to a claim within 20 days it will be closed.


Escalating your dispute to a claim

If you can't resolve your dispute with your seller, we can help. Just escalate your dispute to a claim and ask us to look into the transaction. We'll review your case and decide whether you're eligible for a refund. We can usually decide if you're eligible for a refund within 30 days.

Here's how to escalate a dispute to a claim:

1. Log in to your PayPal account.
2. Click Resolution Center.
3. Click View next to the dispute you want to escalate.
4. Click Escalate this dispute to a PayPal claim, then follow the instructions.
5. Click Escalate to a claim.

To check the status of your claim, log in to your account and go to the Resolution Center.

To learn more about our dispute process, look for the How to Dispute a Transaction tutorial in the Resolution Center.

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  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click Resolution Center at the top of the page.
  3. Click Dispute a Transaction.
  4. Select Item Dispute, then click Continue.
  5. Click Find transaction ID.
  6. Click the Transaction ID next to the transaction you want to dispute, then click Continue.

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If you don't receive a refund, you can file a dispute within 45 days of the payment date. Here's how to file a dispute:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click Resolution Center near the top of the page.
  3. Click Dispute a Transaction.
  4. Click Item dispute and click Continue.
  5. Click Find transaction ID, then click the transaction ID you want to dispute.
  6. Click Continue and follow the instructions
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If you would like a refund, start by getting in touch with your seller. Most sellers welcome the chance to work out any problems.

Here's what we recommend:
  1. Contact your seller to discuss your problem.
  2. If you're still not satisfied, you can open a dispute in the Resolution Center.
  3. If you would like PayPal to decide whether you should receive a refund, escalate the dispute to a claim.


Contacting your seller


To find the seller's contact information:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account at the top of the page.
  3. Click History and locate the transaction in your list of recent transactions.
  4. Click Details next to the transaction.

On the Transaction Details page, you'll see the seller's name, email, and, if available, the seller's customer service phone number.


Opening a dispute

If you weren't able to work out your problem with your seller, you can open a dispute.

If you purchased your item on eBay, you'll go to eBay's Resolution Center to open your dispute. If you made your purchase somewhere else, go to PayPal's Resolution Center.

How to find eBay's Resolution Center:
  1. Go to the eBay homepage and log in to your eBay account.
  2. Click eBay Security & Resolution Center at the top of the page.


How to find PayPal's Resolution Center:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click Resolution Center at the top of the page.
  3. Click Dispute a Transaction and follow the directions.
You can open a dispute within 45 days of making your payment. If your dispute is not resolved or escalated to a claim within 20 days it will be closed please rate my service

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We can't help you with this, but we can tell you how to file a dispute against your seller over at PayPal's site. Prepare all PayPal transaction info regarding your dispute, especially the PayPal transaction ID.
Follow this simple steps in filing a claim / dispute against the seller from PayPal.
Click here and log in to file a dispute, if that didn't work, use this web address: https://www.paypal.com/ca/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=xpt/Customer/customerservice/GXOLogin-outside&from=resolution_center&toResCtr=true&fileWhat=claim

After logging in, you should see this page:
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.. click on that yellow button saying "Dispute a Transaction". You will see this page after clicking that button:
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.. select item dispute and click the yellow button saying "Continue".
After that, you'll be taken to this page:
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If you have the transaction ID prepared, type it on the box provided, if not, you can search for it by clicking the "Find transaction ID" button and select the specific transaction ID from your PayPal transaction history.
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When your PayPal transaction history pops out, make sure it captures the date from when you made the transaction, see from the sample below, my history is showing only all of my activities from January 12, 2010 to today, February 11.
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Once you find the specific transaction, click on the Transaction ID and it will take you back to this page with the Transaction ID already in the textbox..
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.. all you need to do is click that yellow button saying "Continue".

And from there, you will be asked 1 or 2 more questions which you have to answer by selecting the appropriate option applicable to you, so you can finalize the dispute.

Note that this dispute does not guarantee that your money will be given back to you. PayPal will freeze your seller's account until your problem is resolve forcing them to return your money. However, if the seller decides to close the specific account, that's not gonna be good for you, you will totally loose the money that you paid.
For more info, visit PayPal's Security Center.

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