Review: Fake website? (Read This So You Know!)

You’re here wondering about Maybe you were ripped off, maybe you’re wondering about something on the site, or maybe you’re just a curious person. Whatever the case, you’re probably wondering whether is legit or not. And we’re here to answer just that.

Is AuLegoSale a scam? We believe so, and we hope to answer that very question in the article below. By the end of the article, you’ll learn just what is connected with. We’ll also look into several things that they claim, that may (or may not) be true.

So let’s go!

This is an automated report on, 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 AuLegoSale!

Quick Review

  • AuLegoSale has some shady discounts on their site, as well as not explaining why everything is so discounted.
  • AuLegoSale is connected with an email address that has been linked with several other fraudulent scams.
  • AuLegoSale is impersonating a legit brand name and pretending to be them.
  • AuLegoSale’s site is around or less than one month old.

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Just Who Are Claiming To Be?

When you come to a website, you have to trust nothing, and double check everything. And that’s just what we did. If you scroll around on their site, you should find that claims that Lego is the one who owns this store.

Is this site called Lego? (The answer is probably no.) If the answer is no, then who exactly is Lego, and why are they claiming to be the owner of this site?

This is sadly a typical ploy by scammers to make you believe they are a legit company. If you were to look up Lego, you would find that they are more than likely a legit company that sells some sort of popular brand. But, if you go to Lego’s website, it would take you to their site, and not to this site. This site isn’t related to Lego in any way.

Not only that, but is also using copyright material from Lego. The logo on their site, and other images are all images that are owned by Lego. To do business under them would mean that is running an illegal operation (which they are doing, by the way).

But that isn’t all that they are doing.

Don’t Be Deceived By Discounts!

Sites that claim to have discounts should be ones that you are very skeptical of. You’ll notice on that they have many products marked down nearly 50%.

If a site doesn’t give a good reason as to why they have discounts, then it’s better to not give in to the urge to purchase whatever product you are look at.

Scammers love to use discounts and low prices to bring in traffic to their site. Many people will think, ‘It’s only $10, $20, $30 dollars that I’m going to lose if it is a scam. So what do I have to lose?’

Unfortunately, the reason why some of these scammers are still around is because of people who give up $30 dollars. Get 50 people to give up that much money in one scam, and the scammer already has $1500 just from that one website.

Now, don’t get us wrong. Just because a site has discounts on it doesn’t mean that it’s a scam. But what we are saying is that if they don’t give any good reason as to why they are selling products for such a low price, then they are best to be avoided.

Sites that have low prices are sites that you should make sure to look into and see if they are truly a scam (which is why you are here, right?)’s Whois Info

Every site, when it is created, goes on public record as to when exactly it was created. And you know the great thing about public records – they are free for all to take a look at!

When you looked up just when exactly this site was created, you’ll come to find out that it was created rather recently (as of generating this report):

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 being created rather recently, it adds to the argument that there is potential for AuLegoSale to be fraudulent.

The Email Connected With

While we were looking at the site, we actually found something that helped confirm our suspicions that this site was a scam.

We found an email address that was in some way connected with this site. This email was one that we had seen before, and one that we were pretty familiar with.

What’s interesting about this email address is that we’ve seen it so many different times that we can’t remember how many (it’s been quite a few…)!

And if we do a quick search on, we find that there are several other fraudulent websites that seem to be out there by this same scammer.

So, this site and the owners of it, seem to have been doing this for a while. Which makes it no surprise that is a scam. Is Indeed A Scam!

So, to reiterate what we said above:

  • AuLegoSale is running some sketchy discounts
  • AuLegoSale appears to be trying to pretend that they are Lego
  • is still a very young site
  • AuLegoSale uses an email that also is behind other fraudulent websites

If you do choose to purchase from this site, you will be left with, well, nothing. More than likely, they won’t send anything to you, and you’ll be left with no money. And that’s not a fun thing, is it?

Learn The Clues!

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We created a video course, How To Detect Online Scams, in which we explain these similarities and methods we use to check a website. And we’re happily able to offer it to you for a discounted price.

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