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  1. As the shipper you do have the right and ability to either request that the shipment be returned back to you, or you may be able to get it placed on hold for a peroid of time. You will still have to pay shipping fees, but you should be able to at least not lose the package.

    Contact DHL soonest, give the tracking and other info, and tell them what has happened. As long as they have not delivered it, it should not be an issue. As to the hold option, if you think the consignee may pay or some other innocent thing happened, it may be worth while to do. That way, if they do pay or the funds do show up (,think mail delay of the monry order type thing,) the parcel is still only a day away, or so.

    Futher, if they have done this with intent, list their info as a scamer on whatever service the transaction took place. The name and other info may all be fake, but they’ll lose one of the bogus IDs they used no longer. Worst case is a costly experience for you about thieft by fraud. If the value is high enough, you may be able to file a report with law enforcement. (Personally, i never would file with the law, but i have paid a visit to a few thay thought it was a grand idea to rip me off. In the end, it cost thrm far more than the goods were worth. I also lost money on those deals, but, word did get around, and after the second time nobody ever tried to burn me again. This is an option i do not endorse nor condone. Technally, it was illegal how i handled it, and it cost me travel time there and back.)

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