Through comments and contact form requests, we received several inquiries about a site called Aindsha.com. They were asking whether it was legit. As we reviewed them, we found more and more and more sites that were connected with them in some way.
Is Aindsha.com a scam? Why are they connected with ThisBadMoods.com? And why do they use at least three emails to run their business?
All this, and more, is what we’ll look into as we take a look at just who Aindsha really is. Hopefully by the end of this article, you will have found a few things to look for in the future when you go to purchase on a new website!
- They claim to have been around for 9 years, when in reality they haven’t been around for more than one.
- They have contact information that shows up on other sites.
- They are using at least three email addresses to run their business.
- One email address has been linked to other fraudulent websites.
Aindsha.com – What Is It The Site About?
Aindsha.com claims to be a fast growing e-commerce store that has a lot of ‘high-quality products’ from numerous brands around the world.
They show, in their About Us page’s Mission Statement, just who they are:
We pride ourselves with being one of the fastest
growing ecommerce platforms for high quality products from many
individual store sellers. We strive to make you happy. Best Gear,Better
That is all interesting, but when you go to Aindsha.com, you immediately notice that they have ‘ThisBadMoods.com’ listed on their site. Right where the logo usually goes.
So why is this supposedly fast-growing ecommerce store advertising another site?
We went to ThisBadMoods.com to take at it, to see just what they were all about. We thought maybe they were the parent company of Aindsha.com or something. When we finally got to ThisBadMoods.com, we found that they had the same exact shop, store, and appearance as Aindsha.com!
Both of the sites, ThisBadMoods.com and Aindsha.com, appear to the exact look-a-likes of each other. Which doesn’t bode well for Aindsha.com
You see, there are a lot of scammers who will have several sites that look exactly the same. Why? We don’t honestly know, but it means that Aindsha.com isn’t a site you want to shop at.
Also, they both claim to be a fast-growing ecommerce shop. That’s sadly what most sites we look at say. Oh, and those other shops turned out to be scams.
Aindsha.com’s Copyright Notice
If you scroll down to the bottom of Aindsha’s website, you’ll notice that they are copyright for ThisBadMoods.com. And they claim to have been around for nearly 10 years!
As you can see from the above screenshot, Aindsha claims that ThisBadMood.com has the copyright from 2010 to 2019. But, the funny thing is that neither ThisBadMoods nor Aindsha are older than one year.
When you create a website and purchase a domain name, it goes in the public records of just when exactly you purchased that domain. And when you look up how long ThisBadMoods has been around, you find that it hasn’t been long at all.
As you can see from the above screenshot, ThisBadMoods has only been around since February 1st of 2019. So they haven’t even been around long enough to hold the copyright for 9 years!
Aindsha.com was registered back in 2018, on December 24th. So they too aren’t old enough to have been around for that long either.
So, both sites are clearly lying about how old they are, and what they have been up to. And if they are lying about that, then what else are they lying about?
Aindsha’s Contact Information And Three Emails
Aindsha’s contact information doesn’t exactly check out. They list an email address and phone number to use in the case you need to get in contact with them. The strange thing is, there are several other shops using the same exact phone number and email address.
If you do a search for the phone number you can find that number listed on the following websites:
Each and every site appears to be claiming to be connected with Aindsha.com as well, which is sort of strange, since Aindsha.com claims to be connected with ThisBadMoods.com.
But their email address also doesn’t give us much help either. You see, when we created an account on their site, we didn’t get an email from the one mentioned in the contact form, but from someone called MyGoodOne.Servise(@)gmail.com:
So that is two different emails that they are operating from. Both being gmail accounts,and having nothing to do with the actual site that we are looking at!
Nothing is overly wrong with using a free email address, like Gmail. But, if you are running a business, it’s always best to at least make the email have some sort of connection with the business you are using it with. Then again, being able to send email addresses from your own domain is the best thing to do.
But, in any case, two emails from Gmail wasn’t the only types of emails that we found. While rooting around in their Terms and Conditions page, we also uncovered another email address – Support(@)supershop.com
We tried to go to SuperShop.com, but it appears that it is no longer a site you can get to. So we’re not exactly sure how they are connected with Aindsha.com, but they are!
All in all, running a website with three emails, and having your contact info listed on several other sites doesn’t make this site look legit at all. It is definitely best to steer clear from them.
Is Aindsha.com A Scam?
From all that we’ve seen, and taken a look at, if we had to guess, we would say that Aindsha.com is indeed a scam. We can’t exactly confirm it though, since it could be just a poorly setup shop, run by someone who doesn’t exactly know how to set up websites (even though they have 4+ sites they are running…).
In the end, because of the three emails they are using, because of the weird ways they are connected with other sites, and because they just don’t really look legit at all, we would conclude they are indeed a scam.
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What about you? Have you ordered from them? Were you scammed? We would love to know your experiences with Aindsha and ThisBadMoods. Make sure to let us know in the comments section below!
22 thoughts on “Aindsha.com Review: Why Are They Connected With This Bad Moods (Scam Alert!)”
Thank you for doing the research on this site, I thought it seemed a little weird. They are selling an awesome ultimate sewing station, Price was marked down from almost 1,000 to 195 and comes with clear plastic bins. I thought it was TOO GOOD to be true. Not only that, but the return policy was weird, it stated that if the product was not how it was described you could return it but pay for the shipping OR keep it and discuss refund with the seller. (?) what? Also, they claim to offer other products, when I went to look around, there were no other products. They also claim their sewing cabinet is made in the USA custom order and they accept us currency and Euro’s and others and in one place it states if you dont get your order within 7 days you get a refund but in another place it states the company usually ships in 0-3 weeks which left me scratching my head and brought me to you. Thank you, I will Not be using this site and will stir clear of the others associated with them.
I agree – the sewing box looked too good to be real. The product looks great but I was concerned about the return policy that said if it was not how it was described you could return (pay shipping) or keep it and discuss refund – WTH? Also, although they offered different ‘versions’ which appears to be the different types of ‘wood’ (particle board) it is constructed with, you were not able to view the different options. When looking at the site for other products, there were no other products, including the sewing box, and it kept saying there was nothing in my cart when I clicked on another area of the site? Guess it IS to good to be true…..
I’m usually pretty good about looking into companies before ordering, so I’m a little ashamed to say that I actually fell for this one. The red flags were there, but I got excited about the great price. I feel like a big dummy. I tried stopping the order, but they will not respond to me. I have disputed the charges on my credit card, but it has not been refunded yet. Just hoping I can get my money back and never fall for this again. I will learn from this moment of weakness.
Me too. It’s been almost two months and I have received nothing. I will dispute the charge if it does not come by the two month date. My bank is very good about these things. I was beginning to think it was a scam so here I am. Thanks.
Unfortunately, I didn’t see the scam comments before I ordered. I hope I am not the victim here. I read it all and had my doubts. Not how do I get out of it?
How did you pay? You may be able to cancel/open a dispute with your bank/credit card issuer/etc. They would be the best place to go, in terms of figuring out the next steps.
Yes! Fell in love with the sewing box! And paid for it! Now waiting for delivery…which will probably never show. I did hesitate but I was too tempted by the product.
I checked the website name and found your website! Thanks. I have notified my credit card company and stopped payment on any purchases from aindsha.com. I will also file a claim if no product arrives in the next 2 weeks. So I won’t hold my breath in that. Will check your website for future purchases on deals too good to be true!!
First time buyer on Internet, I think it will be the last time . It makes two weeks and no delivery yet . So I called the number which was on the tracking bill with the phone number . It was answering machine leave me your name I will call back. I have notified my my credit but Aindsha.com passed the bill 225.00 us .Will see you next week ??. I’ve learned a big lesson .
Ordered the sewing cabinet on May 4th, do not have it, haven’t received a tracking notice, etc. I was worried when I did it but used my American Express card just in case. Tried calling and got a Google Voice machine. Disputed charge with Amex – will see how it goes.
I too fell for the ultiamte sewing box, there were red flags and I ignored them because I really really wanted it to be true. The order was processed and payment taken, I waited patiently and then contacted them after 10 days both by phone leaving a message and by several emails, finally telling them to contact me ASAP or I would report them as a scam. The payment was magically refunded to my account, however, I have still never received communication from the company and my account with them has been deleted. I wish I had done better research prior to ordering and I will be monitoring my account for any fraudulent activity, but at this point I am happy to receive the refund without any hassle. I would never recommend taking a chance on the company.
I saw the “product” on Facebook but I passed it by. A few weeks later my husband saw it and wanted to get it for me. Against my better judgment, I allowed him to us my debit card. I knew I was had when I didn’t get a conformation notice from the company stating it had been shipped and when to except the ” product ” .The Ultimate Sewing Box”
Well I was one of those who fell for this! Once I realize that no one would answer me about why the item was not sent I called our bank and they are doing what they can. Feel so stupid for having fallen for this SCAM!! Wish there was a way to warn others about this.
I was taken on the $ 170.00 scooter scam and am filing a class action lawsuit for it! If theirs anyone else out there that’s been scammed and has all your receipts and information on the website, domain name, phone number etc… from the company they bought things from hang onto them! I have been working on getting a CALS going on these fraudulent companies and the people who sell their advertising , “FB” being the major contributor to many of these scammers out there! It’s about time we the people “victims” fight to get our money back! We need to shut these scum bags down and lock them up! These days who knows what sites are fraudulent or real? Maybe this site is fake? I’m just saying… Be careful on the web, it’s a jungle out there!!! Just one more thing… the site that was selling the scooter was so real and everything was in perfect order and the phone numbers and email address was real and then all the sudden they disappeared and the phone was no longer in service etc… This is a very large operation doing this and… when I went back and did the research on this they also have a fake site set up for the victims to go to so they can get even more of your personal information!!! So don’t be fooled twice! Good luck everyone !
Very true MJ. Deceptions are all around. We ourselves could be a scam (however unlikely). It’s always best to do your own research, and make your own informed conclusions. That way, at least you tried to find the truth!
Best of luck on filing the lawsuit against them!
yes i ordered the ultimate sewing station for my wife. i did recieve e-mail back saying that it was delayed at the warehouse
and one apologizing for the unplesent shopping experance,also they asked for me to be patient that the delivery would be slightly delayed
sence then no responce, phone,e-mail, ect
i will be turning them over to card co. for dispute
there is also other domain names connected with this
domainsilo.icu and lfnsfrancois(@)g-mail.com for contact no responce
Thanks for letting us know!
This company is a scam. I placed the order for the sewing box and never received the item. When I requested a refund they then said they would issue a refund which they had not. I filed a claim with my bank and they sent fake documents showing it was shipped and delivered. This was all done after the order had been cancelled. So, the bank cannot pursue a claim if the item was shipped and delivered. I am out the money now. Buyers beware of this scam company! Derek
Sooooo sad!!!! Fell in love with sewing box! Paid for it and was left with 0000000000000!!!!!
I fell for it, too, in a vulnerable moment. Contacted my credit card company, CapitalOne, who is giving me a really hard time about the purchase being “valid.” It’s only valid if the product is sent and the so-called seller hasn’t even tried to prove they sent the product. I found out from someone’s FB post that all of the images they used are stolen from a legitimate website where the Ultimate Sewing Box is sold for thousands of dollars under another name. I’m trying one last time to convince CapitalOne to issue a refund back to my card, then will file a complaint with the credit companies if they don’t take care of it.
Same here ordered sewing cabinet since we were moving and it would help immensely with setting up in new place -no show no news.
Reading people’s comments about the sewing station made me happy because I know now I’m not the only one. Not really happy. So I’m out that money but my real concern is that they are still advertising this product. How do they get stopped?! Evil bastards!