I had a bad transaction through Poshmark.com with an unscrupulous seller who sold me rain boots which were defective and leaked and were peeling at the seams, I took pictures of the item and filed for a return the same day I received the item, using Poshmark's online system. I was denied my claim based on false trumped up charges and false allegations, all which could be proven false by the date and time of the delivery, and time the photos were uploaded. I contacted my Bank and filed a claim with their claims department sending them the pictures of the defective item. The Bank was horrified about the scam, and was very sympathetic to my cause and allowed me to file for a reversal of the funds. The Bank gave me a temporary refund for the amount of the item ($42.49) while they proceeded with their investigation.
When the Bank contacted Poshmark, they falsely alleged they had given me the refund, using a different refund amount of a different item that they had in the past refunded me, and had the money I had received from the bank for my claim removed from my account.
I contacted the Bank and explained that there were two different transactions: one for $35.99 on Jan 16th, that I had been refunded for by Poshmark, and the $42.29 item purchased on Jan 14th that I was not refunded for. The Bank Rep said "yes I can see there are two different transactions, and the dates of purchase and the amounts differ." So Poshmark basically lied to the Bank and said they gave me the refund when they did not, and pulled up a different refund and gave the bank that amount which was then withdrawn illegally from my account. The Bank Rep said, "don't worry we will get you your funds back and continue to investigate your claim."
It is pretty serious when Poshmark attempts to defraud it's customers by giving the Bank erroneous information about different transactions in order to steal from consumers!!!