Krystina Zita Review

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This is an archive of a consumer complaint published against Krystina Zita at


Business Details –

  • Name: Krystina Zita
  • Address: Effingham Drive
  • City: Richmond
  • State: VA
  • Phone: 540 254 5950
  • Website:
  • Reported Loss: 2000 $
  • Severity of Scam: High


Original Complaint against Krystina Zita published at says, verbatim –


Krystina Zita posted ad on Craiglist selling car for $1000 . I text 501 367 6753 for more info. She text me back from number 540 254 5950 with email [email protected] and said she was member of ebay buyer protection plan.  I was sent an invoice from [email protected]   information (in bold) listed below:Buyer and Seller Agree to Terms: Both parties agree to terms of the transaction, which includes a description of the Vehicle, sale price and 5 days for the Buyer’s inspection. Any invoices that are not paid within 48 hours will expire and your Vehicle will no longer be reserved.Buyer Pays eBay: For transactions  with large amount or If a Buyer has a very low feedback/reputation score or is new to eBay, Debit card or PayPal is allowed if amount is not greater than $500. In case that your purchase amount exceeds $500 the Buyer submits payment by eBay Card.Seller Ships the Vehicle: Upon payment verification, the Seller is authorized to ship the vehicle and submit tracking information. eBay verifies that the Buyer receives the vehicle. The inspection period begins once the Vehicle is delivered. Buyer receives the Vehicle: The Buyer has 5 days to verify the item and the option to accept or reject. Return shipping will be at the Seller’s expense. The Seller is Paid by eBay: The transaction is complete. If the buyer is not satisfied, he must notify our agency with the item issues, after the inspection period. A solution to most problems can usually be negotiated between the Buyer and Seller. If this is not possible, the Buyer will receive the money from our trust account. In case the Buyer refuse to continue the transaction with the Seller from other reasons, our agency will return the funds to the Buyer.SCAM: Ebay Cards were purchased and codes on cards were sent via email.When emailed [email protected] for shipping info- received message email not validWhen I emailed codes- scammer used them to redeem ebay cards.


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