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Bodnc.com Review: Top 3 Reasons Why Bodnc is a scam!

Bodnc.com Review: Top 3 Reasons Why Bodnc is a scam!

You’re probably wondering why we think Bodnc is indeed a scam, right? Maybe you liked the Adidas shoes they had, or the Nike products they were showing off. Or maybe, you’re just a curious person who likes to know about scams.

Whatever the case, we’re here to enlighten you on just why we believe Bodnc.com is indeed a scam. And we’ll do it through three simple reasons. Hopefully, by the end of this article, these reasons will stick with you, and you’ll be able to use them if you ever come across another fraudulent website!


Quick Review

  • They are impersonating Nike.
  • They are located at the same location as Sainsbury’s Local.
  • They are connected with TCTRSP (A Scam Website).

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Reason #1: Impersonation Of Nike

Bodnc.com's main page

As you can see from the above screenshot, they seem to be selling Nike shoes, as well as a host of other things. Nothing is wrong with selling popular brands of footwear. In fact, if you can do it legally, then by all means, go ahead and sell it.

The thing here though is that they are using Nike’s copyright logo, and hosting it as their own. While Bodnc may not outright say it, they are giving the appearance as though they are Nike.

Using someone else’s logos and images, ones that they’ve copyrighted, is downright illegal and wrong. It not only hurts you personally, but also the person that you are pretending to be by taking away sales from them, and possibly tarnishing their good name.

On top of this, they don’t appear to have their site updated. They appear to be running a copyright notice of 2017 (which we’ll learn later actually appears somewhere else…).

copyright notice
Reason #2: Located With Sainsbury’s Local

Contact Info For Bodnc.com

As you can see from the above screenshot, Bodnc.com does give you some contact information, in the case you need to, well, get in contact with them. However, when we take a look at where they claim to be, we find that someone else has claimed that place also.

According to Google, Sainsbury’s Local is also located at 196 High St, Teddington, TW11 8HU, UK. And they seem to have been there longer (and with more reviews too):

Sainsbury's Local

Of course, one could argue that Sainsbury’s Local and Bodnc.com are somehow related. Although when you take a closer look at what Sainsbury’s Local is, it’s not likely to be true (Sainsbury’s Local does sell fruit and veggies after all…).
Scammers will often put in a fake address on their website, so that they appear to be authentic. And this is just another ploy by the people behind Bodnc.com to get you to fall for their scamming ways.

Also, when we searched for Bodnc.com’s phone number, we came to find Bodnc.com’s contact info through Google, and we found some more information about them:

Email address associated with bodnc.com

As you can see above, there is an email address associated with Bodnc.com – service03(@)tradeng.onmicrosoft.com (they have nothing to do with the real Microsoft company).

We’ve actually seen that email address before, on other sites we’ve taken a look at. Those sites were scam websites. Which leads us to our third reason for why we know this site is a fraudulent one.

Reason #3: Connected With TCTRSP

About several weeks ago, we wrote an article detailing why we thought a site called Tctrsp.com was a scam. You can check it out here. In fact, we would recommend that you check the article out, because you’ll find some things very interesting.

For example, Tctrsp.com has the same exact location on their contact information as Bodnc.com. They also have the same copyright notice, and copyright image/logo. Fortunately, it appears that Tctrsp.com has been taken offline.

But is there a way that we can connect Bodnc.com with Tctrsp.com? Actually, there is.

We received an email from Bodnc.com after we were able to get into our account, and needed to reset our password. When we received it, we found that at the end, they signed it as Tctrsp:

tctrsp in the email we received

Now, the above screenshot doesn’t mean much. For all we know, Tctrsp could stand for a common acronym that we just were familiar with – like Totally Caring Terrifically Respectable Scam-able Person!

We highly doubted it was an acronym. But what do we know, right? So, we dug a little deeper and found that Bodnc.com actually mentions them in their Privacy Policy and Terms of Use pages:

Tctrsp found in the Terms of Service

So, Bodnc.com is clearly related to Tctrsp.com in some way. Our best guess is that after everyone realized that Tctrsp.com was a scam, the owners moved everything to a new domain – Bodnc.com.

Bodnc.com Is A Scam!

There’s no denying it – Bodnc.com is indeed a scam. They’re trying to impersonate Nike, try to be in the same location as Sainsbury’s Local, and connected with another fraudulent company.

All in all, it’s best to avoid Bodnc.com and any other look-a-like sites that are out there. You’ll only lose money and have headache after heartache if you do choose to try to purchase something from Bodnc.com.

Don’t Get Scammed Again!

We know what it’s like getting scammed – we’ve gotten scammed plenty of times. But because of this, we were able to find similarities between many scam websites.

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.

Unfortunately, we can’t really give you the money that you lost by being scammed (if you did get scammed). But we can give you our course for a cheaper and  more affordable price.

Follow the link below and get our course for 50% off of its original price. It’s our way of trying to help out those who have been scammed before, and/or those who don’t have a lot of money to spend!

This site came to us through our contact form. Our thanks goes out to Kayleigh for letting us know about it. If you have a site you’re unsure about, feel free to let us know by using our contact form!

Aindsha.com Review: Why Are They Connected With This Bad Moods (Scam Alert!)

Aindsha.com Review: Why Are They Connected With This Bad Moods (Scam Alert!)

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!


Quick Review

  • 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.

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Aindsha.com – What Is It The Site About?

Aindsha.com's main page

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
Life.

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!

ThisBadMoods.com's main page

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!

Copyright Notice Of Aindsha.com

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.

ThisBadMoods' Whois Info

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.

Aindsha's Contact Info

If you do a search for the phone number you can find that number listed on the following websites:

  • https://www.tgbvfrd.com
  • https://www.qtrew.com
  • https://www.gethree.com
Search Engine Results

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:

The Email Aindsha.com used

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

Another Email Address

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.

Don’t Get Scammed Again!

We know what it’s like getting scammed – we’ve gotten scammed plenty of times. But because of this, we were able to find similarities between many scam websites.

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.

Unfortunately, we can’t really give you the money that you lost by being scammed (if you did get scammed). But we can give you our course for a cheaper and  more affordable price.

Follow the link below and get our course for 50% off of its original price. It’s our way of trying to help out those who have been scammed before, and/or those who don’t have a lot of money to spend!

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!

Girastor.com Review: (Why We Believe Girastor Is A Scam)!

Girastor.com Review: (Why We Believe Girastor Is A Scam)!

You’re probably here wondering why on earth someone would call Girastor.com a scam. Maybe you’ve purchased something from them. Or maybe you were interested in all those deals they seem to have, and decided to check out some other reviews before you actually purchased something.

We’re glad you did decide to take a look at this article, whatever your motive was for looking up this site. Because, we’ve found that Girastor is a site that isn’t legit, nor is one you really want to be shopping at. What exactly did we find, and how do we know?

Continue reading to find out!


Quick Review

  • They have misspellings on their site, and have issues with their Privacy Policy.
  • They don’t seem to answer any emails that are sent to them.
  • The discounts on their site don’t appear to be legit and are very sketchy.
  • They are linked to another fraudulent website.

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Girastor.com’s Misspelling And Errors

Girastor.com's Main Page

Immediately, right off the bat of looking into this website, we knew something was wrong. And that was that Girastor.com spelled their domain name wrong!

If you take a look at the screenshot above, you’ll notice that they are calling themselves GIRASTORE. Or at least, that’s what the logo is saying. But on the domain itself, the URL, is saying Girastor (without the ‘e’ on the end).
Now, of course, these things happen, and sometimes when you register a domain, you can get things mixed up, and choose the wrong one to buy. So we can’t fault them too much for having an incorrect domain that doesn’t match their logo/brand name their operating under.

But we can fault them when we find other errors within their site.

We decided to check out their Privacy Policy page, to see just how they keep our data private and secure. When we did, we found that they hadn’t even taken the time to actually fill out the Privacy Policy page!

Privacy Policy Errors

As you can see in the above screen capture, there are several places where they didn’t ‘insert’ more information. They just copied a draft Privacy Policy, and never updated it!

It’s okay to copy something, or to find a draft of one of those important pages (like a Terms of Service, Refund Policy, etc). But when you don’t actually read over it, or edit it to fit your needs and your shop, then there is a problem.

We personally wouldn’t shop at this site, or any like it, that had these types of errors in the Privacy Policy. The Privacy Policy is what tells you exactly what they are going to keep from you, as well as how they are going to keep it safe, what they are going to sell, etc. If they don’t spell all that out clearly, then it isn’t a site worth using.

Discounts Seem Cool, But…

Now, probably the main reason most people come to Girastor.com is because of their discounts. Maybe it was through some ad that you saw them, or another person posted something about them.

The strange thing with these discounts is that everything is exactly $14.95 dollars – and you save exactly $20 dollars. We don’t know about you and where you shop, but where we come from, that just isn’t the typical way to do discounts.

Products and Their Discounts

You don’t find a large collection of products, things that naturally go for several hundred dollars, to all be discounted to under $15 dollars.
This is just a ploy used by a scammer to get you to your site, and see if you will fall for their schemes. When you’ve taken a look at the number of websites that we have, you would know that this is a scam, and fraudulent website.

As the old adage goes, if it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is.

The Real Proof Is In the Contact Info!

Contact Information for Girastor.com

If you are always curious to know who is behind a website, it’s always best to check their website, and see who exactly they claim they are.

We looked at Girastor.com’s contact page, and found a few things that we didn’t quite like.

The email address is pretty much your standard email for a shopping site – info@girastor.com didn’t seem like anything was wrong with it. That was until we emailed them.

You see, we emailed them about six days ago asking if they used PayPal for transaction purposes. We still haven’t received a reply from them yet (so much for their 24/7 customer service…).

Our Sent Email

So, if they don’t reply on something as simple as a question about PayPal, then what will happen when we have a much bigger concern about, say, a product missing?

The next best thing would be to go down the list of contact information, and call them, right?

Well, you could call them, or you could just look up the phone number before you do. Because if you did look up the phone number, you would find that it’s been linked to several other fraudulent websites:

Girastor.com's Phone Number Linked To Several Other Sites

Hmm. So, they don’t answer their emails, and they don’t have a legit-looking phone number. What should we do then (besides for calling them a scam)?

Well, maybe they actually have a legit address, right?

How about, maybe, no! We looked into their address, 1957 Somerset Ave Dallas, TX 75023 U.S.A, and found that it actually doesn’t appear to exist. Or at least, we’re not sure if it does.

When we plugged it into Mr. Google, we found that they thought the place was 1957 Somerset Ave Plano, TX 75023 U.S.A. Notice the difference between Plano and Dallas.
Even Girastor.com’s address doesn’t appear to be legit.

Girastor.com Is Indeed A Scam!

They are linked to other fraudulent websites through their phone number, they’re offering really low discounts, and they can’t even spell their domain name right!

On top of that, they don’t appear to be existing at a real location, don’t seem to check their email (or answer it for that matter), and don’t know how to set up their Privacy Policy.

Anything else to add to this list before calling it a scam?

In the end, you will only lose money if you buy through Girastor.com, since they don’t seem like the type who will actually send anything to you. They are a fraudulent company that shouldn’t be around and shouldn’t be promoted.

Avoid them, avoid their discounts, and through it all, you will avoid being scammed!

Don’t Get Scammed Again!

We know what it’s like getting scammed – we’ve gotten scammed plenty of times. But because of this, we were able to find similarities between many scam websites.

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.

Unfortunately, we can’t really give you the money that you lost by being scammed (if you did get scammed). But we can give you our course for a cheaper and  more affordable price.

Follow the link below and get our course for 50% off of its original price. It’s our way of trying to help out those who have been scammed before, and/or those who don’t have a lot of money to spend!

Thanks to Crystal for letting us know about this site, and asking if it was a scam.

ThisHarmo.com Review: (Scam Alert!) Why We Think ThisHarmo.com Isn’t Legit!

ThisHarmo.com Review: (Scam Alert!) Why We Think ThisHarmo.com Isn’t Legit!

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

Is ThisHarmo.com 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 who ThisHarmo.com is connected with, and where they claim to be. We’ll also look into several things that they claim, which aren’t true.

So let’s go!


Quick Review

  • They claim to be around for 5 years, when they’ve only been around for two months.
  • The email address they give doesn’t actually work to send emails to them.
  • They claim to be at the same location as a church.
  • They claim you can use PayPal on their site, when in reality, you can’t.

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What Is ThisHarmo.com?

ThisHarmo.com's Main Page

ThisHarmo.com sells clothes, watches, hats, glasses, and shoes. They seem to be your typical shopping website that you can find online, selling a large array of many different things.

As you can see in the screenshot above, they have a sale going on with discounts up to 90% off. Sadly, this is what most scammers will do with their fraudulent sites. They set up a shop and ‘sell’ things at a discount, so that people will be more likely to buy.

As we have said in other articles, there is nothing wrong with discounts. But when you come to a store that has discounts, and yet never says why they have discounts, then you should start to question the legitimacy of the site.

No where on this site do they suggest why they have these discounts – only that they have them, and that you should take them.
Their About Us page also offers nothing on this subject. In fact, it leaves us wondering even more about who the owners are, and whether they set up the right shop!

The About Page And Email Address

About ThisHarmo.com Page

In the About Us page, This Harmo tells us that they have been around for five years, and that they are ‘letting you find exactly what you need for your mobile phone.’
Hate to break it to you, but both of those seem entirely false.

Whois Information

To register a website, you have to go through a registration process. In that process, public records are made of the creation and registration of a domain (i.e. a website’s name). We looked up the site, and found that it was actually created in this year, 2019:

As you can see in the screenshot above, the site was registered on the 7th of March, just less than 2 months ago (as of this writing.) So they are clearly not five years old, as they claim on their About Us page.

Also, when you take a look at their site, you don’t find many, if any, products that have to relate to mobile phones. Which means that whoever set up the About Us page obviously didn’t know what they were talking about.

But we can forgive that error, right?

Since they give their email address on the About Us page, we decided to email them, and ask them a question or two (this was a few days ago). We just got an email today, letting us know that our email service provider tried to send the email, but it was never able to be sent to ThisHarmo.com:

Undeliverable Due To Connection Timed Out

It appears that our service provider was never able to connect to ThisHarmo.com and deliver the email. And that isn’t good at all for ThisHarmo’s reputation.

Think about it. What if you ordered something from them and you wanted more info? How would you send a message to them? If you emailed them, you wouldn’t get a reply because the email wouldn’t be able to be delivered. And you could never be certain if the Contact Form worked either.

So already, just from their About Us page we see that this is a site you don’t want to be doing business with. There doesn’t seem to be a way to contact them, and they are lying about how old they are and what they have on their site!

Connections And Locations…

When you go to their Terms of Service, you’ll find that they call themselves by another name: Toolstorehk.com. Who they are, we’re not completely sure. But with the quick look we did, we found that that site could possibly be fraudulent. But since our review isn’t about them, we didn’t look into it too much.

Terms Of Service

The point we’re trying to make is that it’s not normal for you to call yourself a completely different website on your Terms of Service page. It makes you less legit looking, and doesn’t help in our review of ThisHarmo.com

But, their connection to this other site wasn’t as weird as their location. Or at least, where they claimed to be located. If you went to their Contact Us page, they would claim that they are located at 1068 Chestnut Level Road, Quarryville, PA 17566, United States.

ChestNut Level Presbyterian Church

It just so happens that there is a Presbyterian church that has also claimed that they are located at that exact location:Now, we don’t know about you, but we would personally trust the church’s word over ThisHarmo.com’s. We would also trust the search results over the ThisHarmo’s word.

They are claiming to be someone else on their Terms of Service, and now they are claiming to be at a location that someone else has claimed! Can it get any worse?

Payment Methods For This Harmo…

So… unfortunately, it can get much worse. You see, they claim on their Payment page that they only accept PayPal, because it is the best, secure, blah, blah, blah.

Payment Method - PayPal

They only talk about PayPal, and don’t give any other way to pay. Because they seemed to be lying about everything else they said, we decided to see if it really was true. When we came to the page to actually pay for the product in our cart, we couldn’t even use PayPal because it wasn’t a method for payment!

The Real Payment Methods

So, you can only pay through Bitcoin or Credit/Debit card? And not through PayPal? That’s definitely not what they said on their Payment page…

Once again, without much surprise, ThisHarmo.com is lying about what method of payment they have on their site. In the end, it is definitely a site that you don’t want to do business with.

ThisHarmo.com Is A Scam!

There isn’t a way to contact them. They claim to be someone else. They list a payment method that you can’t use. The location that they think they are at is actually claimed by someone else. And on top of that, they claim to be way older than they really are!

There really wasn’t anything at all on this site that suggested that it was a legit shop. On the contrary, everything that we looked into appeared to be faked, fudged, and fiddled with to get us to believe otherwise.
All in all, we definitely would not recommend anyone to take ThisHarmo.com’s discounts or deals. They are more than likely a fraudulent website, and care nothing for the honest, hardworking people. All they care about is to scam people out of their money.

Don’t trust it, don’t use it, and don’t be scammed!

Don’t Get Scammed Again!

We know what it’s like getting scammed – we’ve gotten scammed plenty of times. But because of this, we were able to find similarities between many scam websites.

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.

Unfortunately, we can’t really give you the money that you lost by being scammed (if you did get scammed). But we can give you our course for a cheaper and  more affordable price.

Follow the link below and get our course for 50% off of its original price. It’s our way of trying to help out those who have been scammed before, and/or those who don’t have a lot of money to spend!

Thanks to Garret for finding us, and asking about this particular site!

GreatElectronicOffers.com Review: Why Is Everything $10 (And Hot Tubs Going For $20..)?

GreatElectronicOffers.com Review: Why Is Everything $10 (And Hot Tubs Going For $20..)?

Okay, so our title can be deceiving. Not everything on GreatElectronicOffers is $10 dollars, but the majority of it is! Because of this, the question arises, Why are these discounts there? Is GreatElectronicOffers.com a scam?

That is just what we’ll be looking at in this article. Whether you’re here for that discounted Jacuzzi, or for something else, this site is one that we personally wouldn’t recommend you use. They don’t seem to be completely honest in everything they say.


Quick Review

  • They running sketchy discounts, and have the majority of their products listed at $10.
  • They are using two different email addresses to run their business.
  • They have several look-a-like sites that seem to be running the same exact scam.

Don’t Get Scammed Again

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What Is GreatElectonicOffers.com?

Main Page

So, here’s the weird thing. GreatElectronicOffers doesn’t really seem to be selling many, if any, electronics. If you count watches and headphones as electronics, then they are. But the majority of the products they are selling are Sunglasses, Belts, Money Purses, etc.
If the domain name, GreatElectronicOffers.com, doesn’t match up with the product they are selling, then there is a high chance that it’s a scam. So, already, it’s not looking good for GreatElectronicOffers.com.

The thing that draws most people’s attention to the site are the discounts. And what discounts they are. Some things are priced over 90% off.

Discounts are great, because they can help sell all those products that you can’t keep on your shelf anymore, or any surplus you might have. But what’s not great is when someone claims to have a discount, but never says why!

On the main page, they say that it is a launch promotion, and that for today, they are having a discount, with free shipping. It’s not exactly a detailed reason as to why they have the discounts. But even still, are those discounts really so?

You see, we looked at this site a few days ago, and they had that same exact banner on their site – ‘Just Today’. So the promotion has been going on for more than a day. Which means, they probably aren’t telling the truth about this promotion.

$10 Dollar Sale

$10 Dollar Sale

As you can see from the above image, every type of sunglasses that they sell are discounted for $10 dollars. Now, this is not normal.

When most people discount prices, they discount everything to a certain % of cost. So for example, everything is discounted 20%, or 50%.
But on this site, most of the products, no matter how much they cost, are all discounted to $10 dollars!
How legit are these discounts?

Most likely, not legit at all. You see, scammers will setup sites like this and put really low prices on all their products (and typically have them all the same price). Then they promote their site on social media, get people to buy from their site, and in the end, scam people out of their hard-earned money.

Great Offers Discounts

So this is something that doesn’t come across as being legit. Now, there are three products that we found to have a different price other than $10 dollars. Why these three products (in the above screenshot) aren’t discounted to $10 dollars, we don’t honestly know. But what we do know that they seem highly suspicious, since they don’t exactly explain why they are doing this (in any detail, at least).
So, all the above to say, the products and discounts appear to us as a normal scam-run ploy to get people to purchase from GreatElectronicOffers.com

Who Are The Owners Of Great Electronic Offers?

Now, here is where things get a little stranger.

If you go to their Privacy Policy, they have an email address that they say to email, if you want more information (or something like that):

Privacy Policy Email

Now, there isn’t anything wrong with using a free email address as your contact email. It’s always nice to have it as the same as your store, but if you can’t pay for that, well, you’ve got to settle for the second best thing.

But, the strange thing is that this isn’t the only email address we can find on the store. If you scroll all the way down to the bottom of the Terms and Service page, you’ll find an entirely different email address:

Terms Of Service Email Address

Using two different emails for operating a business really isn’t good practice. But then again, neither is having several exact look-a-like sites.

If you take a look at GreatElectronicOffers.com, you’ll notice that they seem to claim to be part of HarperCollections. We weren’t sure what, or who, they were, so we decided to look them up. In doing that, we uncovered several other sites that looked exactly like GreatElectronicOffers.com:

  • https://harpercollections.myshopify.com
  • https://harpercollec.com
  • https://www.greatandbigsales.com

All three of the above sites are using the same exact email that is found in GreatElectronicOffer’s Terms Of Service page. So they are definitely connected. And because they are, that makes GreatElectronicOffer.com less authentic, and really scammy-looking.

Is Great Electronic Offers A Scam?

From all that we have seen, we would say that GreatElectronicOffers.com is indeed a scam. They are claim to have a sale only for one day when in reality they have been doing this for a while. Also, we’ve found several sites that are very similar to Great Electronic Offers.

Because of this, we wouldn’t recommend anyone take the discounts, or the products, very seriously. It’s just another scammer trying to rip off innocent people. Best to steer clear, stay away, and stay safe!

Don’t Get Scammed Again!

We know what it’s like getting scammed – we’ve gotten scammed plenty of times. But because of this, we were able to find similarities between many scam websites.

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.

Unfortunately, we can’t really give you the money that you lost by being scammed (if you did get scammed). But we can give you our course for a cheaper and  more affordable price.

Follow the link below and get our course for 50% off of its original price. It’s our way of trying to help out those who have been scammed before, and/or those who don’t have a lot of money to spend!

Thanks to Sarah for letting us know about this site!

OGuitarVip.info Review: (Fake Fender Scam!) Don’t Be Deceived!

OGuitarVip.info Review: (Fake Fender Scam!) Don’t Be Deceived!

Recently, when reading through the many website requests we get through our contact form, we were asked about OGuitarVip.Info. Were they a scam, or were they an authentic brand to order from?
The short answer was that yes, they were indeed found to be a scam, and our review below will help show you why. They sadly appear to have been doing these types of scams for a month now, and it is our hope that this review of OGuitarVip.Info will help others from ordering through this site!

What Is OGuitarVip.Info Selling?

OGuitarVip.infoAs their domain name suggests, OGuitarVip is selling guitars. And a lot of them. Not being guitar people, we couldn’t really tell you what exact type of guitars they were. But we can tell you that they do appear to be sold at a discount.

Discounted Prices?

So, here’s the thing. We’ve seen a lot of discounts, and a lot of products with low prices before. It’s on many of the numerous sites that we’ve reviewed. Oh, and by the way, the majority of them were scams.

Low prices and discounts aren’t bad. It’s only when they show up on a site (that is usually on the newer side), and when they are really heavily discounted. Most of the guitars on this site seem to be only discounted 10%-20%.
And when we read their About Us page, we find why they are discounted at that price. You see, this site was probably something similar to a dropshipping site. Basically, you find a whole seller who is willing to ship it somewhere, and then sell products at a wholesale price.
OGuitarVip.info's Sale ModelAs you can see from OGuitarVip.info’s Sale model, they claim to be cutting out the dealer and brand, and thus shipping straight to the consumer. So they seem to be sounding legit, right?

Well, yes and no. We would like to applaud OGuitarVip.Info trying to make themselves legit as possible – it’s actually a lot farther than most scammers go. Unfortunately, it’s not enough to make us believe they are actually who they claim they are.

Just Who Are OGuitarVip.Info Claiming To Be?

You see, 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 all the way down their site, at the bottom, in their website’s footer, they claim that Fender is the copyright of the site.

Website's FooterIs this site called Fender? (The answer is no.) If the answer is no, then who exactly is Fender, 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 Fender, you would find that they are a company that sells Guitars (go figure.) But, if you go to their website, it would take you to fender.com, and not to this site. This site isn’t related to Fender in any way.

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

But that isn’t all that they are doing.

PayPal Or No PayPal?

If you look up at the last image above, you’ll see that in their footer they have the PayPal symbol. That means that they accept PayPal as a method for paying for your purchase.
But, when you go to the actual payment page, you can only pay with MasterCard!

No PayPal, and no SSLNot only that, but as you can see from the above image, the actual payment page doesn’t even have SSL on it! We highly doubt the Credit Card form is secure either.

What does this exactly mean?

Let’s pretend that you are going to make this purchase on a public network, like at a fast food joint,or a library. If you did, all your Credit Card info would go to OGuitarVip.Info unencrypted, meaning that anyone else on the network could see what you just sent.

Yes, someone else could read what your Credit Card number was, as well as the expiration date and CVV. This is definitely not a site that you want to enter your credit card information on.

We also suspect that the owners of OGuitarVip.Info could see your Credit Card info, but we can’t be completely sure. But in any case, with the lack of SSL, this payment page is definitely not one you want to use.

The Owners Of OGuitarVip.Info

If we go back to the footer, we would find how to contact them – if we needed customer support, or something like that. And how they tell us to contact them is through an email address:

Customer Service Email AddressThe email address in the above image is the same as the one found in OGuitarVip.Info’s footer. And it appears to be found to be connected with other fraudulent websites.

If you do a search for the email, you’ll find that several people have talked about them before. Below is an image of two of their sites that they have been linked to. Both of them are fraudulent.

Email linked to other fraudulent websitesSo all in all, the owners don’t appear to be looking very legit. They seem to have been doing this for the past month, and clearly aren’t going to stop.

They, and their site, are definitely people you don’t want to take part of. We would highly recommend that you steer clear from them.

OGuitarVip.Info Is A Scam!

Well, now you know from our review of OGuitarVip.Info that this site is definitely a scam. No need to beat around the bush on calling this site out. They are a fraudulent company, and one that no one should be doing business with.
They have been linked to other fraudulent websites, as well as having no SSL on their payment page. They also are trying to impersonate Fender and pretend that they take PayPal payments. Overall, they are your typical run-of-the-mill scammers. Best to steer clear and avoid them.

Thanks To Liam for asking about this site and showing it to us!

TheViralBest.com review: Is The Viral Best A Scam (Yes!!!)?

TheViralBest.com review: Is The Viral Best A Scam (Yes!!!)?

You’re searching for whether TheViralBest.com is a scam or not, right? You’re trying to find some sort of review to see if they are authentic, legit, and worth buying from. Or maybe you’re just here ’cause you like reading everything that we write!

Whatever the case, we are here to alleviate your concerns. More than likely, TheViralBest.com is indeed a scam, and in this review, we hope to help show you why we think that. By the end of this article, our hope is that you will be not only smarter, but also a little richer because of it.

What Is The Viral Best?

TheViralBest.com's Main PageTheViralBest seems to be a large collection of random things that you can purchase. And as is typical with the sites we look at, TheViralBest.com seems to have most, if not all of their products at a discounted price.

Nothing is wrong with discounts. But nearly every scam website that is selling something will put on a discount. Low prices entice people to a website.

Now, we can’t call TheViralBest.com a scam just because of their low prices. But it is something that does need to be taken into consideration as we look at the authenticity of their site.

Various products discountedAs you can see from the above screenshot, they have all manner of discounts and products. Who knew that a floating pet fur catcher was such a thing? Or that a Reusable Toast Bag could be discounted $15 dollars (and still cost over $10 bucks)?

Whether it’s this site or another that claims to have low prices, you always need to ask why those discounts are there. There has to be a reason. And if there is no reason on the site, then it is more than likely a scam.

We’re sorry to say, but it’s just a scammer’s trait to use discounts and never explain why they have them. Don’t get us wrong. We don’t think there is anything wrong with a site that has discounts. What we do think is wrong is a site that has discounts, but never goes into detail explaining why those discounts are around.

TheViralBest.com never gives us a reason why the discounts are on their site. They don’t even have an ‘About Us’ page, an important page to help connect with their readers.
So, already, from the first look, they appear to be highly scamm-ish.

Social Media Accounts?

Something to always take a look at is a company’s social media accounts, assuming they have them. TheViralBest.com’s site only links to one – Facebook – and that doesn’t appear to actually be linked to them.

Grab Us Home's Facebook PageAs you can see from the above screenshot, the Facebook link goes to a page for a company called Grab Us Home. We’re not exactly sure what ‘Grab Us Home’ is supposed to mean, but it definitely doesn’t appear to be connected with TheViralBest.com in any way.

Either The Viral Best slipped up and linked the wrong Facebook page to their site, or something else is going on. In either case, it really doesn’t help TheViralBest.com’s chances of getting back on our legitimacy scale.

If someone is going to link to a social media platform, shouldn’t they at least link to something that is in someway connected to them? As we’ll see shortly, they are actually connected in someway, but the point we are trying to make is that we had to dig around for a long while before we found the connection.

So why not, if they want to link to it, point out that connection, so that people aren’t surprised when they go to a completely different company page on Facebook?

Who Is The Owner Of TheViralBest.com?

We decided to pretend to order something, to see if we could find anything else revealed. When we arrived to PayPal, we found that TheViralBest.com seemed to be doing business as a company called Storm Media Limited.

Storm Media LimitedNow, if you do some searching about Grab Us Home, you will also find that Storm Media Limited is connected with them as well. So it appears that Storm Media Limited is running several websites on the internet, and has been doing it for a while now.

Looking up Storm Media Limited on the internet reveals that many people don’t actually like them. So much so, that they have an ‘F’ rating on BBB as well as numerous complaints against them.

Search Results For Storm Media LimitedPage after page on search results shows that Storm Media Limited and its subsequent websites seem to be not well-liked within the internet community.
When you go to the BBB, you’ll find that they are currently investigating Storm Media Limited on several things:

As you can see in the screenshot, even the website Grab Us Home is part of the many websites that Storm Media Limited operates.

But it sadly doesn’t stop there. The BBB also has on record over 300 complaints against Storm Media Limited, which is a lot more than most sites have (or should have, for that matter).

BBB Complaints Against Media Storm LimitedWe could go on and on, website after website, each detailing some fraudulent aspect of Media Storm Limited. But we think that we’ve made our point. The Viral Best, and those that it’s connected to, aren’t companies that seem to be very authentic.

Is TheViralBest.com A Scam?

So, that our review of TheViralBest.com, and who it’s related to. Now it’s up for you to decide on whether you think that they are a scam or not.

In our opinion, they are a scam, due to who they are connected with, and the many reviews that we read. They don’t seem have any legitimacy in anything they do, and so should be taken as a site that has the high potential of being a scam. We highly recommend that you find another place to shop at other than TheViralBest.com

An Alternative Shopping Site

We recently reviewed GeekBuying, a site that has a lot of discounts, legit discounts, on a wide variety of products. We would recommend you check them out, and see if you can find the product you wanted from them, since they have a lot more legitimacy than TheViralBest.com

Check out GeekBuying here!

Don’t Get Scammed Again!

We know what it’s like getting scammed – we’ve gotten scammed plenty of times. But because of this, we were able to find similarities between many scam websites.

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.

Unfortunately, we can’t really give you the money that you lost by being scammed (if you did get scammed). But we can give you our course for a cheaper and  more affordable price.

Follow the link below and get our course for 50% off of it’s original price. It’s our way of trying to help out those who have been scammed before, and/or those who don’t have a lot of money to spend!

Check out the course today!

MinnersGold.com Review: Is MinnersGold A Scam? (Yeah, It Is…)

MinnersGold.com Review: Is MinnersGold A Scam? (Yeah, It Is…)

In this article we’ll be looking at why exactly we believe MinnersGold.com is a scam. Unfortunately, there have been a lot of investment-type sites popping up lately, scamming people out of their money and hard-earned cash.

Hopefully, by the end of this article, you’ll have learned a thing or two on how to spot an investment scam, so that in the future, you also can help warn yourself and others against any other fraudulent websites that pop up.

What Exactly Is MinnersGold.com?

MinnersGold.com's Main PageSo here’s the deal. When we first saw this website, we found it to be pretty strange. And that was before we even went to it!

They call themselves Minners Gold. Now, we will admit that we were bad at spelling in school, but even we could tell that they spelled miners wrong. And that isn’t something that is good.

You see, some scammers will have ‘typos’ in their domain name, so that you think it is the actual site, when in fact it isn’t. Now, we don’t know if they deliberately did this, or if they did this on accident. It could be that the person didn’t actually know how to spell miner, and, well, that is how the domain got its name.

But what is the site really about?

In a nutshell, MinnersGold is pretty much one of those investment sites. You give them money, and they claim that they can turn that around within a day or so, depending on which investment plan you choose.

As you scroll even further down, you learn just how large this company supposedly is:

MinnersGold.com's Asset WorthAccording to their website, they have assets worth $387 billion dollars. Now, we don’t know about you, but that’s really high. We looked briefly at other companies just to gauge how much they were worth, and found that, if MinnersGold.com was actually true, they would be in the top 10 of the highest market-value businesses in the world.

You’ll also notice that they claim to have started on January 1st, 2016. But, if one would take a deeper look, they would find that this isn’t quite right. They’ve actually only been around for a few months.

How Long Has MinnersGold.com Been Around?

Whenever someone registers a domain name, they do it through a company. Now, that company saves the date when that domain was registered. Not only that, but they put that date in public places for people to look up.

What this all means is that you, the reader could go, and check when MinnersGold.com was first registered. And if you were to do that, you would find that the site was registered February 21st, 2019 – a little over two months ago (as of this writing).

How Old Is MinnersGold.com?So, who is really right? The information in the screenshot above, or what MinnersGold claims on their site?

Well, the information on the screenshot is the correct date as to when the domain was registered. It is entirely possible (though not highly plausible) that they had a different domain they were using.

Interestingly enough, they claim on their FAQ that they are connected with a business, and give the business number for it. Additionally, they link to the website page to verify this:

MinnerGold.com a real company?They claimed to be registered as ‘minnersgold.com LTD’. Now, here is where things get a little confusing and bizarre. Because when we went to the page details, we found something completely different.

Oil-TNX LTD Business InfoAs you can see from the above screenshot, the company number does appear to be correct. But it comes to a company that goes by the name of OIL-TNX LTD.

We guess one could argue that OIL-TNX LTD is the owner of MinnersGold.com. But there is even more revealing information on the  screenshot above.

If you notice on the right-hand side, it tells you exactly when this company was incorporated. And that was November 1st, 2017. Almost two years later than when MinnersGold.com claims to be in business!

Not only that, but the company was also dissolved, or closed down, on the 9th of April 2019! So the supposed company that is connected to MinnersGold.com is no longer operating!

Clearly, MinnersGold is lying about who they are, and when exactly they were created. And that means that they probably are lying about everything else they are claiming on their site.

Anything Else In The FAQ’s?

There was another thing we wanted to point out in the FAQ’s that shows how fraudulent this site really is. And that is there guarantee about their investment.Unreliable Guarantees Many times, scammers will make false claims to lure their traffic in, and get them to invest in the program. And MinnersGold.com is no different.

As you’ve noticed from the screenshot above, MinnersGold.com claims to guarantee that you will get a return for your money.
Now, in the majority of the cases, you do get a return for your investments (they are called investments, after all). But that doesn’t mean that it is guaranteed. There is always some sort of risk that something will go wrong, or that the market will drop.

If someone comes along and claims that they have a risk-free product, then they are lying to you – and that is guaranteed! If someone says otherwise, then they are someone that you don’t want to be dealing with.
The best investors will tell you there is always risk, and maybe even significant risk, but then they’ll go into detail as to why they believe this investment will actually work, and why you should trust them.
MinnersGold.com doesn’t do this, which helps bring out the truth of who and what MinnersGold.com really is.

MinnersGold.com Is A Scam!

MinnersGold.com is 100%, without a doubt, a scam. They are a business that we would highly recommend everyone steer clear from. They are lying about how much they’ve made, who they really are, and how long they’ve been around.

When we looked at this site a few months ago, we actually emailed them, and asked a question. As you would probably believe, they never responded to our question:Email Sent, But Never Received A ReplyAll in all, it’s always best to double check every piece of information that someone gives you. If they claim to be around for three years, then search around, and verify that they indeed have. In the end, you’ll be a lot smarter (and hopefully richer) because of it.

Don’t Get Scammed Again!

We know what it’s like getting scammed – we’ve gotten scammed plenty of times. But because of this, we were able to find similarities between many scam websites.

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.

Unfortunately, we can’t really give you the money that you lost by being scammed (if you did get scammed). But we can give you our course for a cheaper and  more affordable price.

Follow the link below and get our course for 50% off of it’s original price. It’s our way of trying to help out those who have been scammed before, and/or those who don’t have a lot of money to spend!

Check out the course today!

Thanks To Jilles for first asking about this, and then commenting about it being a scam!

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?

Don’t Get Scammed Again!

We know what it’s like getting scammed – we’ve gotten scammed plenty of times. But because of this, we were able to find similarities between many scam websites.

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.

Unfortunately, we can’t really give you the money that you lost by being scammed (if you did get scammed). But we can give you our course for a cheaper and  more affordable price.

Follow the link below and get our course for 50% off of it’s original price. It’s our way of trying to help out those who have been scammed before, and/or those who don’t have a lot of money to spend!

Check out the course today!

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!

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.

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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!