Month: April 2019

Data Entry Job Scams! Don’t Be So Easily Fooled!

Data Entry Job Scams! Don’t Be So Easily Fooled!

What does a review of WorkWithMobile.com, a review of TheWorkMoney.com, a review of PayingType.com, and a review of TakingWork.com all have in common? They are all scam websites.
Not only that, but these sites are all sites that are exactly the same. Same images. Same designs. And even the same words.

We’ve been monitoring several sites, and came to find that they’ve changed their scam completely around, and are now trying to scam people through this new data entry job scam.

What Do The Sites Claim To Give You?

TakingWork.com's Main PageAs you can see from the screenshot above, TakingWork.com, along with the rest of the sites, claims to be a site where you can earn money from home. Not only that, but you can earn money by doing ‘simple data entry jobs and tasks.’

What is data entry?

Basically, when someone wants someone to enter something into a form, or fill certain information into a spreadsheet, it can be called data entry work. You’re simply entering data. It’s pretty easy and straightforward. We’ve done it before and it’s, well, sort of boring and mundane. But it is work nevertheless.

Nothing is overly wrong with a data entry job. The only thing is that most of these jobs don’t pay a lot, and so you have to do a lot of entering to actually make something.

But these sites, TakingWork.com and the rest, are all claiming that you can make $1 dollar per line of data entry!

What You Get Paid ForAs you can see from the above screenshot, PayingType.com shows you just exactly what you get paid for – ‘the cost of per line data entry is 1 dollar.’ Not only that, but if you refer someone to the site, you also get half of what they make.

Let’s think about that. Someone is going to pay you $1 dollar for entering in a line of data? Do you really think that someone would really do this?

Not only that, but they are actually going to have to pay more than $1 dollar if they pay for half of what the referral makes. If your referral makes $1 dollar, then you make 50 cents. Which means that the person paying for the data entry work is actually paying $1.50 dollars per line of data.

Now, we’ve done data entry work, and we know just how much they pay. No one in their right mind would pay that much for that type of work. If you were good, you might be able to get 50 cents for 50 lines of data entry. But $1 dollar for one line? Something is clearly not right here.

But, of course, we can’t just leave it like that, can we? No, we can’t!

We explored a little more, and found that these sites, PayingType.com, TakingWork.com, and the others, all had the same exact testimonials. And on top of that, they were found to be faked!

The Faked Testimonials!

Fake TestimonialsIf you scroll down to the middle of one of the sites, like TheWorkMoney.com, you’ll find two testimonials. And they are very interesting testimonials.
The first is from someone named Mark Stern. What’s even more interesting is that this guy named Mark, who seems like he has a male name, has a female image! Also, it appears Mark doesn’t quite understand how to speak in English, since there are quite a few grammatical mistakes within his (or her) review.

The second testimonials is from someone called Jennifer Wiens. She has similar broken English, and claims to have made $5700 dollars, which she got from a check.

Now, we took the liberty of searching the internet to see if these images on the testimonials appear anywhere else. And we found that they did. Not only that, but we found a testimonial that uses Mark’s first name, and Jennifer’s last name!

Mark Wiens?In the above screen capture, you’ll notice a very familiar face – but this time, the person’s name is Mark Wiens! And not only that, but they claim to be the CEO of Google!

Anyone who can do a quick search would know that the CEO of Google is actually Sundar Pichai, and not Mark Alviro Wiens. So, the above testimonial (found somewhere else) is clearly not reliable and also faked.

Also, if you search for the other image, Jennifer’s profile picture, you can find her on dozens of websites, most of which talk about some sort of hair styles or wall paper.

Hairstyles and Fake ImagesAll the above is to show that TheWorkMoney.com and the other sites are pretending to have legit testimonials. They realistically just made up those reviews so that people would have a higher chance of believing them.

But, even though they are lying about their testimonials, and even though they have to be scamming people by saying you’ll get $1 dollar for every line of data you enter, we still decided to see if we could actually make money and get paid.

How Do You Make Money?

It’s very simple on how you make money. You either do data entry work, or you refer people, and they make the money for you. Of course, it’s not as easy as it sounds (nor as legit as it is), but we went ahead and created an account. After we did, we found that there was no place to actually do any data entry work!

No Data Entry Jobs!As you can see from the above screenshot of WorkWithMobile.com, there was no way to make money with data entry jobs. We searched high and low. So how exactly did we make $205?

We did it through referring others and getting them to register an account. (Okay, so in all actuality, we know this is a scam, and we know how WorkWithMobile.com functions, and so we just created a bunch of test accounts through our referral link, and ‘made’ the money – we didn’t really refer anyone else).

Now, this is where things get interesting. For every referral you get to sign up, you make $10. And you need to have a minimum of $100 dollars before you can request a pay out. So, after getting to the minimum, and getting 10 people to sign up, we requested a pay out.

We need 20 referrals?Yes, WorkWithMobile.com told us that we need to have a minimum of 20 referrals before we could actually pay out. So, with our cool techniques, we made another 10 accounts, and got to the referral minimum.
But even still, we weren’t able to get paid:

Verify The CaptchaYou see, to get paid out, you have to do a simple little captcha test. Sadly, it’s not simple, and it’s only making them get money, and not you.

For every captcha test you do, they make some profit off of it, since most of them are surveys. They get you to do a survey, they reap the rewards of that commission to the survey, and they never pay you.
We’ve seen this type of scam before, and unfortunately, it’s not going to leave any time soon. They are scamming hundreds, if not thousands, of people from their time, and profiting off of others hard work. It’s a scam and a fraud.

Data Entry Job Scam!

Don’t be fooled! WorkWithMobile.com is a scam, as well as PayingType.com, TheWorkMoney.com, and TakingWork.com. They are all fraudulent websites, and are not legit work-at-home jobs.

We would highly recommend that you stay away from them. You won’t get paid. Trust us on this. We’ve seen these types of scams before, and there is no way to get your money. They won’t reply to your messages, and they don’t care that they are scamming innocent people.

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Thomsmall.com Review: Is Thomsmall The Real Beats By Dre store? (No, it’s not…)

Thomsmall.com Review: Is Thomsmall The Real Beats By Dre store? (No, it’s not…)

Recently, through our contact form, we recieved a request about Thomsmall.com, and whether they were legit or not. We have since added it to our list of scam websites. And because we added it to our list, and seem to be getting more people looking at it, we decided to write a review about Thomsmall.com

Is Thomsmall a scam? Are they The Real Beats By Dre store? If the the title doesn’t answer those questions, then we’ll have to spell it out again. Yes, Thomsmall is indeed a scam, and no, they’re not the The Real Beats By Dre store. But let us explain why below!

Thomsmall.com And Beats By Dre

ThomSmall's Main PageWhen you go to Thomsmall.com, you immediately should be able to tell that something just isn’t right about this site. And that is that they seem to be claiming that they are Beats By Dre.

Beats By Dre is a popular site that sells wireless headphones, and is owned by Apple. Doing a quick search on any search engine will show you the real site. And Thomsmall has nothing to do with that real site.

There are several indications that they’re trying to impersonate Beats By Dre. You’ll notice that in the screenshot above, they have a welcome notice saying “Beats by Dr. Dre Store”. They also seem to be using the same logo as Beats By Dre.

The red circle logo with the black ‘B’ in it is in fact part of Beats By Dre, which means that they own the copyright for it, and are the only ones that (should) officially do business with that logo.

But we guess Thomsmall.com doesn’t care that their doing something illegal, dishonest, and downright wrong. Thomsmall.com goes so far as to claim their copyright is from Dr. Dre as well!

Copyright NoticeIf you were to hover over the copyright notice on their site, you would notice that the embedded link is going back to Thomsmall’s website. If it were actually copyright by who they claim it is, it should go back to the official Beats By Dre store.

So, right off the bat, we can see that Thomsmall.com is clearly lying about who they are, and just what company they are a part of.

Don’t Be Deceived By Discounts!

Discounts aren’t a bad thing. In fact, we recommend that you find products with discounts, and spend less money when you can. But just because a site is claiming to have discounts doesn’t mean that you should believe them. Especially if they are a newer site.

Scammers love putting discounts on their sites. Because everyone wants something cheaper, when you have a discount for something popular, you’ll more than likely get a following very quickly.

There is something interesting about all these discounts that Thomsmall.com has on their website. And that is that on every page, all the products seem to have the same exact discount and price!

Same Discount - Same PriceIt’s not typical for all the products to be the same price, and for them to have the exact discount either. That’s just not the norm when it comes to these type of things.

So, when looking at these lower prices, you should immediately realize that something doesn’t look as legit as it should be. Discounts come because of supply and demand, because of overstock and understock. And it’s highly doubtful that all these are going to come out exactly the same.

Now, that isn’t to say that legit sites don’t do this – it’s just that more than often, a scammer’s site(s) will often have the same exact discount for all their products (why, we don’t know.)

So always be on the lookout of bogus discounts, and don’t be easily fooled by products with low prices.

Linking Fraudulent Websites Together

Scammers will often leave a trail of fraud and scam behind them. If you put enough pieces together, you can almost follow them through the previous months, and see exactly what they’ve been up to.

We decided to do some further investigating with this site, and tried to see if they would give us any other information. What we found told us that this site definitely wasn’t a site we wanted our audience to go to (besides for the fact that we already knew this due to Thomsmall impersonating Beats By Dre).

We received an email from Thomsmall.com, and found something very interesting within that email:

Details In The EmailIt was in that general email that told us how happy they were to have us join their store, and what the different pages were for. They gave an email, and said, if anyone needed more help, email them through that email address.

Strangely enough, that email address has been listed on other sites. Those other sites have be shown to be fraudulent. Which means, the owner of Thomsmall.com is going to be no different.

Scams the owner has been a part ofAs you can see from the screenshot, the owner of Thomsmall.com is definitely not one who has been doing things legitimately. There are dozens of cases where they have been doing some sort of fraudulent scheme.

There really isn’t much more to say on the matter. Thomsmall.com can be linked to other sites that have been show to be fraudulent. And there is no way that Thomsmall is going to be different.

Is Thomsmall.com A Scam?

Thomsmall.com is indeed a scam, and the owner is indeed a scam artist. They’ve been operating fraudulent websites for a while now, and they won’t be stopping any time soon, unfortunately.

If you ever find a site that is trying to pretend to be another site, or is claiming to have discounts, then you always need to investigate further, and see if they are really legit. Spending that time researching will save you money and time, in the long run.

So all in all, we definitely wouldn’t recommend that you purchase from Thomsmall.com nor trust the owners behind the website.

On a side note, we weren’t sure how to pronounce Thomsmall.com’s website name. Is It Thom’s Mall, or Thom Small?

Thanks to Joe for asking us about this site through our contact form. Make sure to leave your thoughts on how to pronounce Thomsmall.com in the comments section below!

GeekBuying.com Review: Is GeekBuying A Scam? Or Do They Have Authentic Discounts?

GeekBuying.com Review: Is GeekBuying A Scam? Or Do They Have Authentic Discounts?

We’ve been looking into a lot of scam websites lately, so we decided, why not find something legit to look into. And so GeekBuying came as something for us to review, and check out.

Is GeekBuying a scam? Or are their discounts legit? That is just what we’re going to be looking at, as we sort through who GeekBuying is exactly, what they have to offer, and how you take action on the many low prices they have to offer!

What Is GeekBuying?

GeekBuying's Main PageWe’ll start off with what GeekBuying isn’t. It isn’t a place where only geeky people shop, and it’s definitely not a place that only has geeky technology.

GeekBuying is a site that tries to bring all the latest gadgets and gizmos to an unbeatable price by offering discounts and low prices. At least, that’s what their About Us page says.
But gadgets aren’t the only thing they sell. They have a large collection of brands of clothing, different types of car accessories, and even Home and Garden products!

GeekBuying’s Brands And Deals

GeekBuying's many brands

GeekBuying has a large collection of brands that they sell, some well-known, and others less known. Popular brands include Philips, Asus, Vivo, and Emax.
But their large collection of brands aren’t the only thing that GeekBuying has to offer.

The cool thing with GeekBuying is that they are always offering things with discounts, flash deals, and leaving things on their Clearance page. So there is always something you can find for a low price.

Flash Deals

Flash-Deals On GeekBuyingAnother cool feature with GeekBuying is that they have flash sales, similar to what is shown above. So for several days they have a list of different gadgets and other tech related products on sale.
But what is even more cool is that they have a list of products that will be part of their next flash deal. So there is no need to have to guess on what will be in the next latest deal. If there is anything you want, just leave yourself a note, and check GeekBuying in the next couple of days.

Clearance By Price

Sorting By PriceOn their clearance page, GeekBuying has that great function of being able to sort prices and see what’s for sale with a specific price range. We don’t know about you, but this is a great feature that we specifically like about this site.

Usually, when we’re looking for something, we have a specific budget, and a specific amount that we can spend. Using this function can help us weed out those products that we can’t really purchase, due to how much they would cost.

Another nice thing about this is that you can find different products of similar value. That way, if you have an idea of what you want to purchase, but are looking for alternative prices, then you can use this function to do just that.

Discounts Galore!

The Many Discounts If you’re looking for a place where you can find discounts, then GeekBuying is the place to go. Not everything is going to heavily discounted, but many things are. The majority of products that we looked at were over 30%.
There were things discounted up towards 60%-70%, with only a few things discounted as low as 20%. Our guess is that the average discount is between 30% to 40%.

And the discounts aren’t for a specific brand or product. They are for nearly every category on their shop. Whether you were looking for a discount in their Home and Garden section, or looking for those low prices in their fashion section, you will definitely be able to find a discount.

Social Media And Reviews

Social Media ButtonsWhen looking at a site to make sure it’s not a scam, you must always check anything and everything. And one of the many things we check is a company’s social media accounts, and any reviews that we can find about them.

Many times, scammers will pretend to have social media buttons on their site, but not actually link to anything. Thankfully, GeekBuying is not like that.

GeekBuying's Instagram AccountAs you can see from the above screenshot, we can clearly see that GeekBuying is on Instagram. Not only that, but they have quite a large following as well. This helps show their authenticity and their legitimacy.

And what adds even more authority to them being legit is that on all their social media accounts, they are actively posting things, showing that they are still around, and still there to help people.

GeekBuying's Twitter AccountNow, while they are actively promoting on social media, keeping things up-to-date, and showing their authenticity, what do other people have to say about them? Are there reviews out there by other people, on how good or bad GeekBuying really is?

Actually there are. The place we’ll be looking at specifically is a place called ResellerRatings.

GeekBuying ReviewsResellerRatings gives GeekBuying a 9.31 rating out of 10. With over 12K of reviews, and the majority of them 5 stars, there really isn’t much that people don’t like about GeekBuying.

Not only that, but with these types of review places, there is a feature that allows the business to reply back to people or reviews that put them in a negative light. And GeekBuying utilizes this feature to the best of its ability.

Replying back 39% of the timeLooking over the past few months, you can see that they try their best to answer anyone’s complaints or issues. And most of those lower reviews are people who do say that everything did turn out okay for them in the end.
So overall, GeekBuying is definitely not trying to intentionally scam people out of products or money. And they are definitely not doing a bad job at what they’re doing, since there are thousands of reviews noting that they were satisfied with what they ordered.

Where is GeekBuying Located?

GeekBuying is a store that resells other brand’s products, so they aren’t exactly located in one location. They have warehouses all over the world, in Spain, America, Italy, Germany, and Poland. Their main warehouses are in Hong Kong and China, where they can ship internationally, if need be.

GeekBuying is owned and operated by HONGKONG GEEKBUY INTERNATIONAL E-COMMERCE LIMITED. Now, nothing is wrong with this company. There is just one thing that we do want to point out, so as not to leave people in the dark.

If you haven’t noticed yet, GeekBuying is mainly located in Hong Kong and China, and their products are mainly manufactured in China.

Again, nothing is wrong with this. But because of this, there might be brands that were manufactured cheaply, or products that take a while to get to you.
Most of the reviews didn’t suggest this, but with products from China, there is always a possibility of getting something this isn’t completely up to the standards of quality that most people like.

Is GeekBuying A Scam?

GeekBuying is definitely no scam. We would wholeheartedly purchase from them in a heartbeat. They are who they claim to be. No more, no less.

They have a ton of positive reviews for their site. They’ve been around for a long while, and they definitely aren’t going anywhere any time soon.
They have discounts for every category they put on their website, as well as the ability to sell products at a wholesale price. They even have student discounts for those still in school!

So, all in all, GeekBuying is a great place to go and find a product that you’ve been wanting for a cheaper price. We would recommend them  to anyone and everyone!

Check out GeekBuying today!

Vipcanzy.site Review: Legit Prices On Vipcanzy, Or Are they Selling Scam Cameras?

Vipcanzy.site Review: Legit Prices On Vipcanzy, Or Are they Selling Scam Cameras?

Every day we get a number of people asking us to take a look at a certain website or product. Just recently, we received a comment asking us about the legitimacy of Vipcanzy.site, a website that seems to be selling Canon cameras.

The very short answer to whether Vipcanzy.site is a scam or not, is a very positive, we’re not completely certain. But from what we’ve seen with other sites, and from what we know after looking at a vast amount of websites, Vipcanzy.site isn’t a business that you probably want to be buying from.

Why do we think that?

Vipcanzy.site’s Claims And Impersonations

Vipcanzy's main pageVipcanzy.site claims to sell Canon cameras. As most of you know, Canon is a major producer of quality cameras. It’s a popular brand among photography experts. But, when you take a closer look at Vipcanzy’s site, you find that they aren’t only selling Canon cameras, but they are also claiming to be Canon as well.

It should be obvious to most that this isn’t the official store of Canon, right? Their site doesn’t really seem up-to-date as what an official site would look like, as well as their domain name, Vipcanzy, has nothing to do with Canon. But, even though these things aren’t so, they are still claiming to be Canon.

If you take a look at the screenshot above, you will notice that they have in bold letters, the word “Canon“. If that isn’t enough proof, then we’re not sure what is. But, there actually is even more proof.
If you look at the bottom of their website, called the footer, you’ll find that they copyright their site. Now, copyrighting a site isn’t anything unusual. What is unusual is who they claim is doing the copyrighting!

Copyright Notice By CANON?As noted in the above image, the name they put on their copyright notice is “CANON – Official Online Store”. Vipcanzy is without question trying to impersonate the official Canon website.

But what does this all really mean?

It means that the site we’re looking at is illegally pretending to be someone that they really aren’t. It means that Vipcanzy is trying to make anyone on their site think that they are the real Canon site and store. And that is just plain wrong.

Often-times, scammers will set up websites and try to impersonate a specific brand, or a particular product. People will come to their site, thinking it’s legit, purchase from it, and lose their money without ever getting anything that they ordered.

While we can’t say with certainty that Vipcanzy’s products aren’t legit, we can say that they are definitely doing something illegal and because of that, they shouldn’t be trusted or used.

Low Prices = Scammer Site?

Low Prices On Vipcanzy.siteVipcanzy.site is currently running a supposed discount, where all of their products are being sold for a fraction of what they originally cost. This is a typical ploy by scammers to get people to order things from them.
Don’t get us wrong. We’re not saying that every site you see that has discounts is a scam website. And neither are sites that have low prices.

What we are saying is that if you ever come into contact with a site that is having discounts, or has products with low prices, it is always best to question the authenticity of those prices. Don’t just take the word of the site. Look around, and see if this is normal, or if they have a good explanation as to why they have those discounts.

As you look around Vipcanzy.site, you don’t really see anything that details why they have such low prices. All they have is a simple note about “Featured Daily Offers”. Nothing about how they are able to sell them so cheaply, or why they are able to offer them at a discounted price.

Because of this, there is a high chance of this site being a scam. Low prices on a site that doesn’t tell you exactly why they are there is never good. They always lead to people losing money.

Do You Wear Your Cameras?

As we were looking over their Shipping & Returns page, we noticed that they had a rather weird clause in it. They said that they would only accept things that were ‘unworn’.

Returning Unworn ProductsSo, the product you buy has to be unworn? What does that even mean for the cameras? That you can’t put it around your neck? Or does it mean that you can’t use these cameras as shoes to make you look taller?

What this is basically showing us is that this site isn’t put together well at all. In fact, more than likely, the owners of Vipcanzy.site just copied and pasted this from somewhere else. Our guess is that they took this from a clothing store.

In other words, Vipcanzy didn’t put much thought into their site when they made it, nor did they really read what they were adding as their pages. Which gives them even less credibility of being Canon, and much less legitimacy in our eyes.

Can You Even Contact Them?

Even though we knew that this site probably has nothing good on it, we decided to create an account with this site, to see if we could find anything else deeper in. What we didn’t find troubled us.

Usually, when you create an account on a website, you get an email notification that you created an account with that specific email. Strangely enough, when we did it (and they said they would send an email), we never seemed to get that specific email, welcoming us to Vipcanzy.

And, because we set our accounts with strong passwords (or then again, pretty random passwords), and because we sometimes forget what our passwords are, we somehow couldn’t log back into our new account.

Password reset emails are great features. That is, if they actually work. Yes, we tried to reset our password, but once again, never received an email letting us do that. So what did we do? The only thing we could do – we used their contact form.Vipcanzy.site's Contact Form We sent them a nice message saying that we were locked out, and the password reset button wasn’t doing anything. And we haven’t heard anything from them since.

This isn’t good for their business. Think about it. What if you ordered something, and needed to get a hold of them. How would you do it?

You would obviously have to use their contact form, which they don’t seem to be replying to. Which means, you probably won’t get any help if something about your order goes wrong (and it probably will go wrong).

Is Vipcanzy.site A Scam?

So, here’s the thing. Because we don’t know who is really behind this site – because we don’t have any contact information, we can’t really say that Vipcanzy’s products are a ‘scam’.
However, we can say that Vipcanzy is definitely impersonating a real website, and is trying to pretend to be Canon. And that is unethical, and illegal. On top of that, the site itself isn’t even a month old!

So in the end, Vipcanzy.site isn’t really a company that you want to be a part of. We highly recommend that you don’t purchase from them, or trust them. Not until there is more information about them. Most likely, the only thing that will come out of doing business with them will be headaches and loss of money.

Have you purchased from Vipcanzy.site? And did you received any contact information? Or do you have any additional thoughts you would like to share about Vipcanzy.site? We would love to know them. Make sure to leave us a note in the comments section below!

OnNobleSportsStore.com Review: Is On Noble Sports A Scam? Or Are Their Products Really Free?

OnNobleSportsStore.com Review: Is On Noble Sports A Scam? Or Are Their Products Really Free?

Scammers are using everything now-a-days to try to entice people to their site, and get them to order something from their store. And OnNobleSportsStore.com could be just that.
Is On Noble Sports A Scam? That is just what we’re trying to get to the bottom of, and hopefully by the end of this article, you’ll be better informed to decide for yourself whether OnNobleSportsStore.com is legit.

We’ll admit it right now. We can’t exactly prove that On Noble Sports is a scam. But given what we’ve seen, and what we know, that is just what we would lean towards.

So, what exactly do we know?

What Is OnNobleSportsStore.com?

On Noble Sport's Main PageOn Noble Sports is a store that claims to be selling jerseys. But the interesting thing is they currently aren’t selling anything – they’re giving it away for free, assuming that you pay for shipping!

As you can notice in the above image (or by going to their site), they claim to have a 24-hour sale going on. Now, we don’t know about you, but this made us a little suspicious.
We recently saw another site that claimed to have a 24-hour sale, and that ended up being a scam. You can check out our review of that site, CatsNKitties.com, here. We would recommend that you take a look at it, since it has a lot of similarities with the On Noble Sports Store site.

What’s Being Sold?

Again, nothing is really being sold. Everything is for free, or so they claim. You just need to pay for shipping.

Everything For Free?As you can see from the screenshot above, the site is running a sale of Basketball Jerseys – all for free. While most of them are usually over $100, On Noble Store has somehow been able to knock that price down to $0.00.

We took the liberty of pretending to order something, to see just how much shipping would cost. Many times, new sites will have a legit sale like the one being promoted on the On Noble Sports Store site, and just add a large shipping fee to sort of outweigh the cost.

Our shipping only came to a little over $14 dollars for the extra large Raptor Jersey we decided to add.

$14.97 dollars for shipping?For a $100 dollar product, that shipping fee wouldn’t really cover any of the cost they would need if they actually sold the shirt, and had free shipping (or something similar). Which means that this site doesn’t look as authentic as it might appear.

The Site Isn’t Even That Old…

We decided to see just how old this site was, and found that it’s actually only around one day old.

Site Was Registered On April 21st, 2019Whenever a new site is registered, the date that it is registered is stored in public places for people to look up. As you can see above, On Noble Sports Store was registered (and thus created) yesterday (as of writing this). That probably means that their 24-hour sale is going to end soon.

Or is it?

We don’t know when you, the reader, will be reading this. But more than likely it will be sometime after April 22nd, 2019, the day this article was written. If that is true, and On Noble Sports Store’s 24-hour sale is still going, then it probably means that they were lying about it being 24-hours.

On top of that, we found that On Noble Sports Store isn’t the only site that is giving away free jerseys:

Another exact site, OnNobleSports.comIf you note the screenshot above, it’s from a website called OnNobleSports.com (not OnNobleSportsStore.com, the site we are currently looking at). This second site also has the same exact website, with even the same promotional 24-hour sale, as OnNobleSportsStore.com!
And this is where things get interesting.

When you register a website, you have to go through some site to do it. Both these two sites went through a company called Tucows Domains Inc. Now, if you remember, we told you to read our review of another site, called CatsNKitties.com.
It just so happens that Cats N Kitties was registered through the same exact website:Cats N Kitties Whois Information

There are dozens of sites that you can register a website through, and these three sites, all of which have similar elements between them, are registered through the same company? That makes On Noble Store Sports look even less legit.

The Similarities with Cats N Kitties

There are other similarities between On Noble Sports Store and Cats N Kitties. Cats N Kitties was actively promoted through Facebook ads. On Noble Sports Store, according to the person we received it from, said they found it through Facebook Ads.

Also, Cats N Kitties was using an email address from Protonmail.com, which is a free email service provider. Now, there are hundreds of free email service providers that someone can use to create a free email address. But, as you probably have guessed, On Noble Sports Store is also using a Protonmail email address:Email Address To ContactThose similarities between a website we found to be a scam, and this new site shouldn’t be taken lightly. They make On Noble Sports Store a site that looks even less authentic than what we had previously thought.

Terms And Conditions Section

180 days for delivery?Reading a site’s Terms and Conditions can reveal a lot to you, especially if you keep your eyes open for those things that don’t sound quite right.

As you can see from the screenshot above, as we were having fun reading On Noble Sports Store’s Terms and Conditions, we came across this clause that said to ‘allow up to 180 days for delivery.’ (?!) We have to wait for half a year for them to deliver it?

Are they hand-threading all the jerseys, which is why it may take a long time to come to us? Or are they expecting a lot of delays? 180 days to deliver a product is something that we have never heard of.

We have no idea why this clause is in their Terms and Conditions, but we do have a rather educated guess, if we assume this site is a scam.

Most banks and credit card companies can’t help dispute a purchase and get a refund after a number of days. And that number of days is usually around 180 days.

Is On Noble Sports Store putting this in to make sure that you can’t dispute an order you purchased? We don’t know, but it definitely doesn’t look good for the business if they take up to half a year for products to get delivered to people.

Is On Noble Sports Store A Scam?

Because the site is only a day old, and because we couldn’t find any reviews about it else where online, we can’t really confirm that this site is a scam. But, because of the similarities with Cats N Kitties, and because of how young the site is, we definitely wouldn’t recommend that you order from it just quite yet.

The site has a lot of scam warnings on it, as well as being the exactly identical with another site that has been online for only 8 days. Its running a 24-hour free sale (which is probably still going to be up after 24-hours), and offering products far too cheap than what their worth.

Additionally, we never really talked about what On Noble Sports Store doesn’t have. They don’t seem to have a Privacy Policy, nor any About Us page. And while they do list an email address in their Terms and Conditions, there isn’t any clear Contact Us page to get in touch with them if things go wrong.

Because of all these things, if we had to make a choice of whether to order from them, then we personally wouldn’t. They just aren’t legit enough to be authentic. Or at least, they aren’t legit enough yet.

Now, you may be reading this about a week or a month after we published this article, and you may have been scammed (if we assume it was a scam). What should the next steps be to help yourself and others?

  1. Leave a comment below explaining what happened. This will help others who read this review to know that this is a scam, and to not trust it.
  2. Go onto Facebook, find the ad (provided it’s still around), and report it/leave a review of it. This will help Facebook stop letting scammers promote through Facebook ads.
  3. Contact your Credit Card issuer, explain the situation, and see if they can help you get your money back.

Thanks to Pavel for spotting this for us, and asking us about it. If you have any thoughts about OnNobleSportsStore.com, feel free to leave them in the comments section below!

TopClothesShop.Site Review: Is TopClothesShop A Scam, Or Are The Discounts True?

TopClothesShop.Site Review: Is TopClothesShop A Scam, Or Are The Discounts True?

You’re probably here wondering why TopClothesShop.Site is being written about, and whether it’s a scam. Well, we’re here to help clear that whole issue up. And we’ll get right to the point: It is a scam, and a site that we recommend no one purchase from.

Of course, stopping right there wouldn’t really prove anything. With so much fake news out there, it’s always best to make sure someone proves what they claim they know. Which is what we’re hoping to do with our review of TopClothesShop.Site.
Hopefully by the end of this article, you’ll have a better understanding of how to spot a scam, as well as keep yourself safe from online fraudulent websites and scammers who want to take your money.

TopClothesShop.Site: What Do They Sell?

TopClothesShop.Site

As their name suggests, TopClothesShop.Site sells clothing. Well, that and handbags. And, as you can see from the above screenshot, you’ll notice that it has a sale on the site and discounts!

Or does it?

Many scam websites will have some sort of discount, or have products with low prices, to get traffic to their site and purchase their ‘fake’ items. And TopClothesShop.Site is no different. Everything is marked down to some really low price, making it a lot more enticing to purchase.

Really Low DiscountsAs you can see from the above image, there are even things that are discounted over 90%! Now, just because a site is proclaiming that it has a discount doesn’t mean that it is immediately a scam. There are discounts out there that are legit, and should be taken advantage of.

But, every discount you come across, you should really question it’s authenticity, especially if it’s claiming to have over 90% knocked off its price.

But this wasn’t the only thing that we found to be strange with the site.

Who Is Versace?

When you go to the site, it becomes clearer that the site is claiming to be some store called Versace. Now, for those who don’t know, the person Versace was an Italian clothes designer, in which a company, called Versace, was started.

What’s even more interesting is that Versace has their own store – https://www.versace.com/. So, why exactly is TopClothesShop.Site claiming to be Versace?TopClothesShop.Site

Claiming to be a store when you really aren’t isn’t something that is legal. You can’t open up a store and pretend to be a popular brand of clothing.
If you see something like that on the internet, then it’s best not to work with them, and to report them immediately. They’re doing something that only hurts them and the company they are trying to impersonate.

Now, if a store is impersonating a company, that doesn’t make them completely a scam. Yes, if they are copying some other company that does mean that they are doing something illegal, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that you won’t receive anything from them.

Many times, these types of sites will spring up, offer discounts, and actually send you a product. The only problem will be that the product you receive is actually just a knock-off brand product that was made from China (or some other cheap place), which is why they can sell it so inexpensive.

Either way, if you are looking for authentic, Versace brand clothing, then TopClothesShop.Site isn’t the place to look for it.

Similarities With Other Scam Websites

We’ve looked at a large number of scam websites, and the more we look at, the more we see similarities between scam websites.

When we had originally looked at TopClothesShop.Site, we immediately thought that it was a scam website, because we had reviewed two other websites that had the same exact type of website theme that TopClothesShop.Site had.Grey Sides On Theme Depending on how you viewed the site, you may (or may not) be able to see that this site has gray sidebars on both sides. They were exactly identical, in size and color, to the sites we reviewed recently – Poloxt.com and Porbc.com.

Because of this, we suspected that it was the same scammer behind all three of these sites, and after a few attempts to get to the bottom of it, we found that it was indeed the same person behind all three scams!

Details In The Email

We love emails, as you may notice from previous articles that we’ve written about. And this site is no different. Originally, this site had its email system messed up, and so we couldn’t verify that it was actually from the same scammer. But after we waited a few days, we found out that it was true.

Scammer's Email AddressFor a while now, we’ve been finding more and more sites that have been coming from someone who uses the email address CS1(@)customerservicehome(.)com. And that email address has been linked to all kinds of fraudulent websites:

fraudulent scams scammer's been a part ofAs you can see from above, there are numerous things that this scammer has been a part of. They’ve had a few social media scams, as well as scamming with PayPal. They’ve even had more than dozens of scam websites they have been behind!

Because of all this, this site, TopClothesShop.Site, isn’t going to be much different from all the rest that this scammer has been part of. TopClothesShop.Site is a fraudulent website, and one that we personally wouldn’t recommend that you use.

TopClothesShop.Site Is A Scam!

Well, that’s our proof that TopClothesShop.Site is a scam. And there is more that we could add to the weight of our argument.

If you scrolled to the bottom of their site, you would see some social media buttons. They should go to their social media accounts, but, interestingly enough, they don’t go anywhere. This is a typical tact that scammers use, making it look like they are on social media, when it reality, they aren’t.

Also, when you looked up just when exactly this site was created, you’ll come to find out that it was 11 days ago (from writing this article):

Registered On April 11th, 2019The site was registered on April 11th, 2019. That makes it less than 2 weeks old. Once again, this is a common ploy that scammers will use. They will create a new website, and make it appear like its been around for a long while, so that people will think they are a legitimate company.
Because of all these warnings, and from what we were able to find through our review of TopClothesShop.Site, we really wouldn’t trust it, nor recommend it to those who are asking about it. Nothing good will come from it, and you’ll only have heartache after headache from trying to order from this site.

Thanks to Claudia for letting us know about this scam!

CoinStarHaven.com Review: Is CoinStarHaven A Scam, Or Can You Really Double Your Money In 7 days?

CoinStarHaven.com Review: Is CoinStarHaven A Scam, Or Can You Really Double Your Money In 7 days?

Through our contact form, we received a question regarding CoinStarHaven, and because of it, we added it into our query of things to write about. We’ve since had several others comment on its authenticity as well.

Is CoinStarHaven.com a scam? Or can you really double your money within 7 days? That’s what we’ll be hopefully looking into as we review CoinStarHaven.com. With many people looking into Cryptocurrency as an investment, we’ve seen a rise in scam sites targeting this audience.

What Is CoinStarHaven.com?

CoinStarHaven's Main PageCoinStarHaven.com is a Cryptocurrency investment company. Or at least, that’s what they say they are. They claim to have experts in this field who have been able to invest over 40 million in the last two years, all with favorable returns.

The thing that grabs most people’s attention is that they claim they can double your money within 7 days. And this is where people should start to question how CoinStarHaven.com works, and what they offer.

Don’t get us wrong; we’re not saying that you can’t double your investments within 7 days. If you search around for testimonials, we’re sure you could find people who have done that (although they may be few and far in between).

But what we are saying is that if someone guarantees that your investment will double, then you really should start to question the authenticity of the website. There is always risk with investing something, and you can never be completely certain you’ll actually make money with investments.

A good rule of thumb to follow is that if someone claims something will happen, like, for example, their services are 100% risk-free, then it’s probably something that you should steer clear from.

How Is The Money Invested?

Of course, we can’t just immediately call CoinStarHaven.com a scam when we haven’t really looked into anything. So we decided to check out how exactly they are investing the money, and how that whole process works.

We were a little dissatisfied on CoinStarHaven’s explanation of how they invest their money. We were hoping for a rather lengthy explanation, detailing as much of the finer points of investment, trading, etc, so that we could verify that it works. Unfortunately, we only found the following:

Investments Through An AlgorithmAs you can see from the screenshot above, they claim that they use a ‘high-frequency custom trading algorithm’ to double your money.

Now, we don’t know about you, but we don’t exactly trust an answer like that. It’s not that there aren’t trading algorithms out there that can do something like that, but we’ve looked into too many scam websites that say something similar, and they never go on to explain anything else.

How does this algorithm work? What models are used for it to function the way it does? What else can they tell us about this process?

Also, they claim that their algorithm ‘systematically trades thousands of bitcoins per minute’. We did a quick look at the average time it takes to trade and transfer bitcoins. While the most common answer is one hour, we did find an answer that suggested it could happen in 10 minutes.

But if they are doing this every minute, how exactly are they being confirmed within that time period? And if they are transferring thousands of bitcoins every minute, it seems impossible for this to even happen.

 Are The Owners Even Real?

If you go to CoinStarHaven.com’s About page, you’ll find that they show the owners and who they are. But when we investigated a little further, we questioned whether the founders were really legit.

Dylan Cross Actually Real?Dylan Cross claims to have been around for 10 years as an entrepreneur, starting new business ventures. But when we searched around for him, there isn’t very much we can find about him.

On top of that, we found his name in connection to another site – http://hexacoinchain.com. That site is very similar to CoinStarHaven.com, and almost has almost exact word-for-word pages as CoinStarHaven.

We decided to check out his photo, and see if, through the use of Google Images, we could find him other places. While we didn’t find him specifically, we did find his image all over the internet.

Google Image Search For Dylan CrossWhat’s interesting is that this photo is found on GettyImages, as well as IStockPhoto. For those that don’t know, those two sites are popular places to find free and paid images to use. That’s right, it looks like Dylan Cross’s profile image is actually a fake photo!

Now, maybe Dylan Cross likes his privacy or something, and so he decided to use a different photo of himself. If that is so, our next question would be, how they explain their fake testimonial reviews?

Testimonials Are Faked Too?

Two of the three testimonials on their home page were of people that we were able to find other places on the internet. But what’s interesting is the testimonial of Calvin Fitzgerald:

Calvin Fitsgerald?He seems likes a nice guy, especially since he shares the name Calvin with the owner of We Get Scammed For You, Andy Calvin. But, nice-looking guys aren’t always what they appear (or the people behind them either).

If we were to stroll to another site, https://gbs-agency.com/en/, we would find the same exact person leaving feedback on their site. Only this time, his name is Roman Kudryavtsev:

Roman Kudryavtev?So who is it? Roman or Calvin? We don’t know, and we doubt both are legit. Probably, both sites pulled the same image off the same website, and used it for a fake testimonial (which is sadly common now-a-days).

But that’s not all about Calvin Fitzgerald. As we were looking around for CoinStarHaven on the internet, we stumbled across their Instagram page, and found something even more bizarre!

Instagram's Version Of Calvin FitzgeraldIf you go to CoinStarHaven’s most recent post on Instagram (which was back in February), you’ll notice that it was a post about a testimonial. And it’s from Calvin Fitzgerald.

But why is his photo different? On the website, you have a young, clean-shaven guy. In the Instagram photo, you’ve got an older bearded-ish guy (who’s also wearing glasses and has a dog). Both have the same exact name, and give the exact same testimonial.

And it’s highly doubtful that this is a coincidence. You don’t have two people leaving the same exact review with the same exact name with different photos, unless it’s intentional. So, clearly, something is going on that we don’t know about.

Is CoinStarHaven.com A Scam?

From the people we’ve talked to on our website, who have submitted comments or something through our contact form, according to them, this site is a scam.

As we looked into it, there really wasn’t anything that confirmed to us that this was a legit program. They don’t really tell you in detail how exactly they are going to invest your money, nor how the algorithm actually works.

They also guarantee that you’ll double your money – which is something that can never be completely certain when dealing with investments. Additionally, they are using images that can be found on other websites (meaning they’re faked), and they’re using multiple photos for the same testimonial!

All in all, we wouldn’t recommend that you invest with CoinStarHaven. They haven’t really displayed anything that suggested that they are an authentic site. And because if this, we personally wouldn’t trust them.

Have you invested In CoinStarHaven? Did you received your payout, or did something go wrong? We would love to know your thoughts about CoinStarHaven.com in the comments section below! Thanks also to Peter for sending this to site to us through our contact form!

Gigicup.com Review: Is Gigicup A Scam, Or Is It Recommended?

Gigicup.com Review: Is Gigicup A Scam, Or Is It Recommended?

Gigicup.com came to us a few weeks ago, and when we looked at it, we added it to our list of possible scam websites. The main reason being that they seemed to give a bogus address, were using three different email addresses, and (when we reviewed it), they seemed to have everything for the same price.

Recently (within the last day or so of posting this), we were asked again about this site, and so decided to take another look into it. We had unfortunately thought the site had gone down, but realized that we were going to the wrong domain (if we had known this, we would have reviewed this much sooner).

Is Gigicup a scam? That is the question that we hope to answer with this article. As you will soon see, we come to the conclusion that, while it may not be a scam, it also might not be a site that you want to purchase from. But we’re jumping ahead of ourselves.

What Is Gigicup.com About?

Gigicup.com's main page

Gigicup.com is a site that seems to sell beach clothes. Swimsuits, bikinis, and other swimwear can be found on this site. And what’s interesting is that Gigicup has a sale going on that everything is $9.90.

Discounts are common ways for a scammer to get someone to their site. They’ll offer something for a low price, and because it is often to go to be true, the person will buy it and get scammed. Of course, we’re not saying that Gigicup is a scam, but we’re just stating what we know.

Gigicup.com's discountsBecause of the site looking similar to a scam site, we decided to investigate further as to what this site was, who was behind it, and if it was connected with anything else.

Email Address And Connecting The Dots

Email addresses will often tell a larger tale about something, especially if they are connected with other websites, or with some sort of fraudulent scheme.

Unfortunately, that wasn’t the case when we received an email address from Gigicup.com. But it did leave us a bit confused.

Sotita.com associated with Gigicup.comThe email we received seem to not have any connection with Gigicup. This made us even more skeptical, especially when the email address came from a site called Sotita.com. But, we found something even more strange on Gigicup.com’s Privacy Policy:

Privacy Policy Mentions Sotita.comFor those who can’t see what the screenshot says above, the Privacy Policy on Gigicup.com starts with Sotita.com! This is a little different than normal. Usually, a Privacy Policy will start with the companies name (like Gigicup) instead of another site.

So, we went to Sotita.com and checked it out. It was a site that had a similar layout to Gigicup.com, but was selling dresses (among other things). Sotita.com’s pages, like the Terms of Service, Privacy Policy, About Us, Delivery, etc, were nearly identical (if not exactly identical) with Gigicup.com’s pages.

What’s even more stunning is that if you go to the end of the Privacy Policy (both on Gigicup’s and Sotita’s), you find another email address that comes from a completely different domain!

Email Address On The Privacy PolicyEnter SmartWayIn.com And FanMart.com

The email address we found on the Privacy Policy went to a site called SmartWayIn.com, which was also selling swimwear at $9.90. Long story short, as we were searching around SmartWayIn.com’s site, we found that they were connected to shop.FanMart.com

Feel free to take a look at both of those sites, and you’ll notice something very interesting. Besides for the domain name, they appear to be exactly identical of each other! Now, maybe where you come from this is perfectly normal, but when we come across two different sites that are identical, it usually means you’re dealing with some sort of fraudulent website.

And here is where things get a little more confusing.

We decided to see just who was behind these two sites, SmartWayIn.com and FanMart.com. To do this, we quickly added some clothing to our cart, filled out all the info, and opened PayPal as the payment method. Up top, we saw just who we were paying to:

Micro Bee LimitedThese sites are owned by a company named Micro Bee Limited. There really isn’t much found on the internet about them, but we were able to find that they were a registered business in Hong Kong.

Micro Bee Limited InfoNow, why is this so interesting?

If we do the same exact thing with Sotita.com, or Gigicup.com, we come to find out that they actually are part of a different company name. They claim to be part of a company called YouMobi Co., Limited.

YouMobi Co, Limited On PayPalDoing several searches on the internet doesn’t really reveal much about YouMobi Co., Limited. They do have a LinkedIn page, but it doesn’t seem like there is much that can be gleaned from it.

The question that arises from this is, why do these sites have two different company names? Why are these sites associated, but don’t appear to be part of the same business? There could be a possibility that Micro Bee Limited owns YouMobi Co., Limited (or vise-versa). But there isn’t anything to suggest that anywhere.

Similar Sites And A Review

We did some more poking around the internet, and found two other sites that appeared similar to Gigicup.com. They were Yssdress.com and Chicgaga.com. Both were extremely identical to Gigicup, with similar images, as well as the discount of $9.90

Also, one of the sites also mentions Gigicup in their About Us page (the other one does in search results, but doesn’t actually on their site, as it appears the About Us page seems to have been deleted).

That’s now about four sites that we have found that are similar to each other, as well as two other sites that are identical to themselves.

But we continued searching.
When we searched for reviews of Gigicup.com, we found one review posted two days ago (as of writing this) from Trust Pilot, a popular place to leave reviews.
Now, you do need to understand that there has been sites that will go onto Trust Pilot and leave fake reviews to make certain sites look more popular. So we must always use Trust Pilot with caution.

Trust Pilot ReviewThe reviewer tells about how they made a purchase and their card was billed, but they never received any sort of tracking number, nor the product either.

They also mention the name of who billed them – Micro Bee Limited. Now, this is very important. They didn’t say that it was YouMobi Co,. Limited, which is what PayPal gave as the owner of Gigicup.com. The review says that it was actually the other company that owned those other sites (SmartWayIn.com and FanMart.com).
This makes us think that the review is probably a real review and not something that was cobbled together by someone who just wanted Gigicup to have a bad review. Which means that Gigicup.com probably shouldn’t be trusted.

Is Gigicup.com A Scam?

So, with all of this information that we found, and our review of Gigicup.com ending, what exactly do we think of Gigicup? Do we think it’s a scam?

We wouldn’t go so far as saying that it’s a scam. Maybe, just maybe, there really is a legit company out there called Micro Bee Limited, and they sell clothes, dresses, and swimwear. There is no evidence yet to suggest otherwise.

But, if we were the ones who had the choice to order from this site, we probably wouldn’t choose Gigicup.com. There are too many look-alike websites connected with Gigicup.com. The email addresses, while associated in some way, just don’t quite make sense with Gigicup.com either.

Having multiple email addresses and multiple sites just doesn’t make this site, and the others, too legit in our mind. We won’t go so far as to say that they are a scam, but we personally wouldn’t recommend using them, nor trust them without further proof.

What about you? Have you used Gigicup.com and did you purchase something? Did you receive it? Do you have other information about Gigicup? We would really love to hear about it. Don’t hesitate to leave a comment below and share it with us!

Makeanaccount.com Review: Is Make An Account A Scam?

Makeanaccount.com Review: Is Make An Account A Scam?

Two different people have come to us with two different MakeAnAccount.com URLS. Both we thought were fraudulent. And hopefully, by the end of this article, you will think so to.

Most people will find themselves get asked to go to this place when they’re on certain dating apps. Either the person wants them to get this site before they go out with them, or the person just want you to join because they are afraid of violence. Most of these sites appear through Tinder, though our guess is it could be happening many other places.

What Is MakeAnAccount.com?

We’re not exactly sure what the actual site is, or who owns it. But what typically happens is that someone will get a URL sent to them, with the end something like /FREEmember/41e.html.

The owners of MakeAnAccount.com seem to continually create pages about some “Discerning Pair Ratification” success, and give a few ‘stories’, to help prove their point.

MakeAnAccount's Main PageBut, when we take a closer at things, at certain images, as well as how everything works, we come to find that this site is all put out just to try to entice you into revealing your Credit Card info.

What Is Shown In The Footer?

While many people start at the top, very few start at the bottom, and that is where our journey begins.

As you can see from the screenshot above, MakeAnAccount.com claims to have social media accounts. Or at least they have buttons that should lead to those accounts.

We checked each and every one of those buttons, and none of them lead anywhere (which is typical for a scam website). Not only that, but as we looked down for the typical pages found below, we didn’t find any!

You will usually find a Privacy Policy or Terms of Service somewhere in the footer. Those pages help you get a good idea about what the site is, how you are able to use it, and what type of information they’re going to collect when you use their site.

Because they don’t have any of those, we really don’t know what they will do – they could very well take your Credit Card information, and sell it, use it, or otherwise abuse it.

If you take a look at the above screenshot as well, you’ll notice that they have a copyright notice of 2018, instead of 2019. This isn’t overly a big deal, but, more than likely, they haven’t actually updated the site since that year, and are just copying this page, and pasting it into another page.

And while all this is evidence that might help sway us towards the site being a scam, it doesn’t fully convince us. So we decided to keep digging, and look into the Testimonials.

The Power Of Faked Testimonials

Sadly, for those who used this site, and believed the testimonials, we are here to tell you that they were faked. And we’ll prove it to you.

Fake Judy and ReedJudy and Reed. It sounds like a nice story about them meeting on this site, and finally getting married about a year ago. But, interestingly enough, if we do a quick image search of their beautiful photo, we find them on YouTube, with different names.

Real Jas and SimIf you look up at the top right corner of the screenshot, you’ll see the real photo of those two people (who are supposedly called Judy and Reed).

If you take a look at the lower left-hand corner of the screenshot, you’ll find that their real names are called Jas and Sim. Not only that, but they joined YouTube in 2016, which probably means they were married long before April 2018 (as said on the faked testimonial).

And they aren’t the only faked testimonial.

Fake Lize and ChrisEnter Liz and Chris. Two lovely people who were so into it that during their third date they got tattoos together. Doesn’t that sound like a romantic night out? (Well, okay, to us, it doesn’t, but hey, we guess that’s just how some people like it).

As they note on their (*cough* fake *cough*) testimonial, they say they owe it all to Discerning Pair Ratification (MakeAnAccount’s site). But do they owe their love, or the drone incident that involved the real people in the photo?

Real Elain and PaulAs you can see from the screenshot above, the real people are actually Elaine and Paul. Back in early 2018, they were detained for an unfortunate mishap when an airport mistook them for operating a drone, and thinking they were doing something, well, illegal.

So these people aren’t actually Liz and Chris, but two people who can be found within several online news sources.

As we can see above, the testimonials are clearly faked, and are just put out there to deceive people into believing that this site is legitimate. But, as you can also see, if you do some careful research beforehand, you can save yourself a load of annoyance later on down the road.

Could Giving Your Credit Card Info Go Wrong?

Free Verification?As you can see in the screenshot above, it says that it’s a free verification process to make sure that you are a bad person (or so our guess is).

So, we decided to fill it out, and see where it led us. After we filled out our information, they asked for our credit card information. But if it’s free, why do they need our info?

We didn’t know, but thought that, well, they obviously haven’t led us in any wrong direction yet, right? So we grabbed some fake credit card information, and punched it into their form. We received another little notice:

Transaction Failed?The transaction was declined? What were we trying to purchase?

As you’ll notice above, it says that ‘the page at RocketFriend(.)com says…’. We took a quick look at RocketFriend, and found that it appears to be another dating site, one that is geared towards adult-type things, quick hookups, and even one-night stands.

Our best guess is that MakeAnAccount was trying to get us to order from RocketFriend (and every person they got, they received a small commission, assuming they didn’t own RocketFriend outright).

We don’t know, but after we received the notice, we decided that MakeAnAccount.com wasn’t a site that seem too legit.

Is MakeAnAccount A Scam?

The thing with MakeAnAccount.com is that we can’t tell if the entire site is a scam, or only the pages that they create. But, what we do know is that the links that people receive are definitely not something that you want to be using.

Two reviews come from Scamadviser, telling about how they got scammed by this site, and how they wouldn’t recommend it. If you have a chance, make sure to read the reviews.

In any case, we wouldn’t recommend that you use MakeAnAccount.com, nor, for that matter, any other site that someone shares with you on a dating site. 9 times out of 10, that site will be fraudulent.

So, as always, make sure to stay safe, stay alert, and stay away from dating scammers who want your credit card information!

Norct.com Review: Are The 80% Discounts A Scam?

Norct.com Review: Are The 80% Discounts A Scam?

Have you seen the news? Norct.com is proclaiming that they have up to 80% off discounts for their products. That would be a great place to shop at, right? Nothing could go wrong purchasing from their store, could it?

Well, actually it could, and in this article it will be our attempt to help show you why we believe Norct.com is a scam, and not a site that is legitimate. Hopefully by the end of this article, you’ll have just a few more ideas on how to figure out if a site is really worth it, and if it’s one that you should trust.

Norct.com’s Bold Claims

Norct.com's Main PageWhen going to Norct.com, three things jump out at us immediately, and make us do some double-checking before we continue on this site.

The first thing is their lack of encryption. If you look at their URL, you’ll notice that there isn’t any SSL attached to their site. While this is a minor issue, it just means that when you search on their site, your traffic isn’t encrypted. This makes it easier to have hackers look at what you’re doing/where you are going.

Now, that doesn’t mean that hackers are going to do this – there is a lot that would have to go on before hackers see your traffic. Packet sniffing, router hacks, even a possible reverse shell on your system. But, we’re not talking about hackers and hacking, are we?
Having a lack of SSL on a website is becoming increasingly frowned upon. But that isn’t the worst part of what we saw.

The second thing we noticed was their use of a logo that said “The North Face”. Because we are ignorant country kids, who don’t really know brands of clothes or products, we had to look them up. And interestingly enough, there is a site, called The North Face, that has that same exact logo!

What does this mean?

It means that Norct.com is trying to pretend to be The North Face. It’s called impersonation in some people’s book. And that’s something that is currently illegal to do.
On top of that, using other people’s copyright logos, materials, and even images can cause fines, loss of digital property, and hefty lawsuits. So, taking part of a site that is doing things not currently legal is something that we would recommend you steer clear from.

But the third, and final thing we noticed was that they claimed to have up to 80% discounts on their site.

Those Supposed DiscountsIf you are observant, you’ll notice that Norct.com states that they have ‘Rare Discounts’. But they never go on to explain why they have rare discounts.
Scammers will go to great lengths to try to get you to purchase from their store. And honestly, they’re becoming increasingly better and better at what they do.
One of the methods is offering products with discounts, because who doesn’t want to get a product for a cheaper price? Unfortunately, when you do order, you’ll either receive something completely different, or nothing at all.

Looking on the official The North Face website, you’ll find that there are no large discounts going on. So, you should be really hesitant to use Norct.com.
Additionally, as we mentioned before, Norct.com doesn’t explain why they are having these ‘rare discounts’. If they were to explain in greater detail, then maybe we could believe them.

Let’s put it into this perspective. If someone came to your house, and told you if you bought from them, you could get up to 80% discounts on a certain popular brand, would you believe him? If they only said that (and nothing more), you probably wouldn’t.
And so it should be when we go onto the internet. If we come to a new site, and they don’t give us a reason why they’re doing what they are doing, then we probably shouldn’t trust them.

An Email That Reveals An Email

As we continued looking around the site, we came to find that Norct.com wanted us to create an account with them, so that we could have faster checkout times, add things to our cart, etc. Because we love giving sites our (fake) information, we decided to jump right in and create an account.

After we did so, a page popped up on Norct.com that told use we should check our email, as a confirmation email had just been sent. And we did just that:

Email That We ReceivedWhat’s interesting is not that they try to pretend that they are The North Face, but that they tell us to email a certain email address if we need help with anything.

Email addresses can have a history of good or bad with them, especially if people have documented what they’ve seen, and what’s connected with what.

We took the liberty of checking out their email address and came to find some interesting things. The owners of Norct.com have been scamming people for a while now:

Fraudulent ConnectionsSo there really shouldn’t be any doubt within anyone’s mind that Norct.com is really, and truly, a scam website.

Norct.com Is A Scam!

We could just end the article here, and say that it really is indeed a scam. But, there is also even more incriminating evidence that this site is a scam. And that is we’ve actually written about this (in a round about way) before.

Feel free to check out our article of Norkz.com. You’ll notice the rather identical copy of each other, as well as Norkz.com being found to be a fraudulent company by another website as well!

All in all, Norct.com is a site that we personally wouldn’t recommend using, nor would we trust it. If you are looking for The North Face products, then shop at the real store website, and purchase your orders from there.

Special thanks to Sara for pointing this website out to us. If you are interested in having us take a look at a website you think is a scam, feel free to use our contact form to get in touch with us. Additionally, make sure to check out our list of scam websites, as well as our Make-Money-Online website list!