But apprently PP said they do not take emails into account as evidence on a Disoute / Claim. So she said I have to try and get this guy to admit he sent me the wrong address on the Paypal Dispute discussion thread thing
100% tosh. Just because some PP minion told you this doesn't mean it is true. The person you spoke to at PP CS is an untrained CS person so do not assume competence. Email was the mutually agreed/accepted form of communication, and he gave you express instruction of which address by email.
Remember just because someone tells it to you doesn't necessarily mean they are correct or you have too/they can make you do it.
Sounds like you might have a Small Claim against the admin company
No you don't. At the point that that package was delivered your relationship with that item ended.
That said - if I was you I would try and sweet talk the admin company, find the person who sent and ask them to send you an email confirming they (a) had muppet as a client at that address, and (b) that they posted that package back to your address, and (c) why they did this. I would tell them you need it for a royal mail claim or something.
Said mupppet may have a claim against admin company, esp. if they charged him (for sending a special delivery parcel by 2nd class post).
Pretty f*****g hard for PP or muppet to claim you have liability when no-one disputes it arrived and was afterwards lost by admin/royal mail AFTER DELIVERY.
Maybe time to get the people with a brain involved.........
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