You’re probably here trying to figure out if AsicsBuy.club is a scam or not. Maybe you’re here to see whether it’s legit. In either case, you’ve come to the right place.
In this review we’ll take a look at just why we think that AsicsBuy is a scam. Hopefully by the end of it, you will learn some ways on how to tell if future websites are a scam.
This is an automated report on AsicsBuy.club, so our apologies if it doesn’t come out exactly right or sounds a little too generic (or vague). If we get enough people interested, we will write a more detailed article about AsicsBuy!
- AsicsBuy has some shady discounts on their site, as well as not explaining why everything is so discounted.
- AsicsBuy is connected with an email address that has been linked with several other fraudulent scams.
- There is a website or two that looks like AsicsBuy.
- AsicsBuy is impersonating a legit brand name and pretending to be them.
- AsicsBuy’s site is around or less than one month old.
AsicsBuy Looks Like Other Sites?
We actually looked into a site very similar to AsicsBuy a while ago. Though that site was called something else. You’ll notice the similarities in the screenshot above.
The owner seems to have been running this scam for a while now, and doesn’t appear to be giving up on it anytime soon.
Sadly, it just means what none of us want to hear – humans will fall for the same scam over and over again without learning from their lesson.
How Long Has AsicsBuy.club Been Around?
When someone goes to buy a domain name, they leave behind the exact date when they registered that domain, as well as when they last updated that domain. And all that information is publicly available for anyone wants to look at it.
As you can see above, the data says that they actually registered their domain rather recently. Which doesn’t bode well in a site’s ‘trust-factor’.
All sites, legit and scams, are usually not that ‘trustworthy’ until they are 6 months to a year old. It’s been proven that scam sites are on average significantly younger than legit sites.
Scammers will run a scam until it’s found out and no one purchase from it (which usually takes several months, depending on how they run their scam). And so because of that, AsicsBuy just isn’t exactly trustworthy yet.
Low Prices = Scammer Site?
One of the things you need to ask yourself when looking into AsicsBuy is why a site has extremely low discounts.
If you take a look at the screenshot above, you’ll notice that AsicsBuy has some prices so low, the discounts are pretty high.
Those are some low prices.
You see, scammers love to use low prices to get people to purchase their products. They don’t really care how high of a discount they give – because they just want some money. Make the price low enough and enticing enough, and someone is bound to purchase it.
Now, we’re not saying that all discounts mean that that business running them are scammers. But, on the flip side, you do need to be careful when you come across discounts online, as they are what scammers will most often use.
If a site is running discounts that are more than 60%, then you should start to get skeptical of them, and ask a lot of questions: Who owns the store? Why are they running the discounts? Can you find these prices somewhere else.
Often-times, scammers will put up sites, like AsicsBuy, and never really explain why they have discounts in the first place.
It’s generally through a site not saying why they have discounts that you can learn if a site is or isn’t legit. If they explain in detail as to why they are running the discount, then they have a higher chance of being legit.
But, as it is with AsicsBuy.club – it doesn’t appear that they are very legit because of their low prices.
AsicsBuy: The Fake Asics Shop
When you come to AsicsBuy.club’s main page, you’ll notice something immediately: They are trying to pretend that they are Asics, a popular company that sells certain products.
What’s even more interesting is that AsicsBuy is actually using Asics’s brand to advertise under. If you go to Asics’s main web page, you’ll find the exact logo on their site!
For those of you who don’t know, using someone else’s logo is illegal. It is completely wrong. On top of that, you can be sued, and have a large fine dropped on you, as well as probable jail time.
So using someone else’ logo isn’t something you want to be doing. Nor do you want to be shopping on a website that is using copyrighted material.
AsicsBuy.club also tries to pretend to be Asics by saying that they are them.
As you can see from the screenshot provided above, if you were to scroll around on AsicsBuy.club, you would find that it says that they are claiming to be Asics, and not themselves (which is what most sites usually have).
So, just from the start, we should immediately not trust this site, and choose another to shop at. But there are other scam warnings, if someone were to choose to continue to use the site.
The Fraudulent Email Address
Most sites, when you create an account on their website, will send you an email, notifying you that you created an account. Some will do it to make sure you used a legit email address. Others will offer bonuses and discounts if you make an account. Still others just want to be friendly, and send you emails.
AsicsBuy.club should send you an email, just letting you know that you created an account, and that if you have any questions, you should feel free to email them.
What’s amazing is that email, or one that is found on the site is one we’ve seen before: Support@jdonline.info
Now, you may not know who this email belongs to, nor what it’s connected to, but we do. This is an email that is used very often by a frequent scammer. We’ve probably written about other of their scam websites.
Doing a quick search for this email reveals that they’ve been doing this for a while now, and with quite a few sites.
The above list is just a few of the sites that you can find online.
Why does this scammer show who they really are by using the same email over and over? We really don’t know. Maybe they are lazy. Maybe it works best for them. Maybe they aren’t that smart(?).
We honestly have no clue, but are glad that they did, since it sure helps us pinpoint immediately that this site is a scam, and not one to be trusted.
AsicsBuy.club Is Indeed A Scam!
So, to reiterate what we said above:
- AsicsBuy is running some sketchy discounts
- AsicsBuy appears to be trying to pretend that they are Asics
- AsicsBuy.club’s website looks like another website
- AsicsBuy.club is still a very young site
- AsicsBuy uses an email that also is behind other fraudulent websites
In the end, AsicsBuy isn’t a site that we would recommend you shopping at. It will only lead to loss of money and a whole lot of other headaches. Avoid them, and you’ll avoid several more problems in your life.
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