Many people on this forum, myself included, have been burned by sellers on Aliexpress. I believe Eternal (Miss Wang as commonly referred to here) is recycling defective units and sending them out again and again to new buyers. They know you cannot get your money back so they have nothing to lose. I got scammed by Shenzhen Hexing Tech who advertised a Rockpad and send me an Eken M003 (at least the Eken worked and I was able to sell it). The Aliexpress escrow is a fraud and will undoubtedly find in favor of the seller. If you are required to return an item it is always at your expense (PayPal's policy also). The seller simply claims you did not return it as they shipped it, and you get nothing back, and the seller eventually gets paid. PayPal doesn't honor escalated claims for "not as described" for non-eBay transactions; so if you do escalate they instantly rule against you and decide in favor of the seller. Then they send you an email, not telling you this when you file the dispute, that not as described disputes are not covered by the PayPal Buyer Protection plan, that is a right reserved for purchases on eBay only. So if you buy from Aliexpress and are screwed, which is likely, your only real recourse will be to file a chargeback with your credit card company. PayPal policy is to close accounts where someone files a bank chargeback, as you agree to not file chargebacks under their terms and conditions, and also when you file a PayPal complaint, which they will decide against you anyway. Those of you who did get what you paid for and the unit worked, consider yourself very lucky indeed.