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Is IAPWE A Scam? (IAPWE’s Secrets Exposed!)

Is IAPWE A Scam? (IAPWE’s Secrets Exposed!)

Writing For A Living

IAPWE, also known as the International Association of Professional Writers & Editors, has been around for quite a while. Most often, you’ll find IAPWE on sites like Craigslist, being portrayed as an ad that can make you money.

But is that really true? Or Is IAPWE a scam? That’s what our hope is to uncover in this article post. So come join us as we take a review of IAPWE.


Website: https://iapwe.org/

Product: International Association of Professional Writers & Editors (IAWPE)

Creator(s): Amy Wilkerson (?)

Description: A site that allows you to find writing and editing jobs for you to make money with.

Price: Free (?)

Recommended? No

Rating: 3 out of 10

Alternative Program:


Starting With A Craiglist Ad

So far, I’ve only seen IAPWE as a Craigslist ad. Most of the posts are usually pretty similar. Make money as a writer or editor by following a certain link:

Craiglist Ad

According to the screenshot above, the ad claims that you can make $10 dollars per 100 words that you write, or $3 per 100 words that you edit. So for a thousand word article (like this one you’re reading), you would make $100 if you wrote it, and $30 if you edited it.

If you’re one who writes a lot, then this would definitely draw you in, to at least check it out. For example, on a good day, I can write over 4K words. That means, that I could make around $400 a day, just by doing what I do every-day.

But claims can always be deceiving. Just because an ad claims something doesn’t mean that it’s actually true.

Checking Out The Website

Clicking through the link will lead to a sign up form. The sign up form is pretty basic. They tell you about what you’re applying for, and ask for your name and email address, and also whether you’re signing up to be a Writer, or an Editor.

After you’ve done that, you can then add a sample of your writing. This (supposedly) will help them weed out anyone who’s not good at writing or editing.

You’ll also be asked to send a random 5 digit pin to their email address. I guess this is their way to get around using a captcha, and making sure they don’t get bots posting to their site (though I don’t know if that’s true or not.)

Signup Form part 2
The Long Wait

I’m glad that I did this a long while ago, because you actually have to wait a month or so before they get back to you. And it’s not just me. I’ve read other reviews of people who had the same problem.

Long Time To Get An Email

You can see from the screenshot that it was over a month that IAPWE replied to my original email with my 5 digit pin.

When applying to some sites, I have had to wait that long to get a reply. But those had a more in depth process, and had many more hoops to jump through to apply for certain work.

But IAPWE shouldn’t have to wait that long to reply to someone about whether they’re accepted or not. I honestly forgot about IAPWE, because if you don’t get a response, that usually means that they don’t want you.

But long story short, they did reply, and I decided to make an account and see what I could get my hands on.

Oh, The Things That You… Don’t Get?

Unfortunately, even after you’re allowed to register, you don’t get to make money quite yet.

Insufficient privileges

So I can’t see the jobs, because I haven’t upgraded to a Professional or Business member yet? What kind of idiotic-ness is this?

Membership costs

They’re making me join their little membership, just so that I can see the jobs out there? Just how much money does it cost?

According to the link I followed, it looks like it’s going to be around $6 per month, just to be part of their little membership group.

But, if you take a look at the screenshot above, it says that this is an upgrade special, and that I’m saving 85% through this special deal. But does that mean that it’s valid just for this month, or for every month?

If it’s only valid for just this month, then I’ll actually have to pay around $40 per month.

Is the upgrade worth it?

$6 dollars per month for a membership isn’t that much, especially if you’re going to make more than that per day by writing and editing, right?

Yes and no.

It would be worth it if you knew that you were going to get good jobs, and if you were going to work for a company that was legit. But IAPWE doesn’t quite seem like they fit the qualifications.

Oh, I have no doubt that they are legit, and the company has been around for a while. But they seem to be slightly deceiving when somebody signs up on their website.

It seems like you’re signing up to work for them. But in reality, IAPWE is actually just a site that pulls jobs from wherever they can find them, and posts them on their Job Board (which is only accessible to those who have a Professional or Business membership).

As you can see from their ‘About‘ page:

The IAPWE is also dedicated to bringing the most updated, legitimate
and vetted writing and editing job opportunities to its members.

Currently, there are many different websites containing both
legitimate as well as illegitimate writing and editing job opportunities
and we make available, in one place, all of the opportunities that have
been determined to be legitimate across over 100 different websites.

So they’re only giving you jobs that they find (and think are legitimate), and no jobs from within their own site/company.

On top of this, they have a B- rating on the Better Business Bureau’s website.

BBB's Rating Of B-

From the BBB, a rather well-established, and authority on businesses, IAPWE isn’t accredited according to BBB’s standards.

I took a look at other reviews of IAPWE, and most of them agree – the membership isn’t worth it, nor are the jobs on it helpful either. Some did note that the jobs did seem relevant to them, but after sending so many resumes, they didn’t get a single lead.

Is IAPWE A Scam?

I don’t think IAPWE is a scam. They are active on their social media, and have relevant blog posts, as well as keeping their site up-to-date.

Having said that, IAPWE really doesn’t seem to be completely honest with outsiders. They claim that they’ll give you a job, but they don’t tell you that you’ll need to pay for a membership, nor that the job will be for another company.

I personally wouldn’t recommend you go with IAPWE. There are plenty of sites that allow you to look for jobs, and all for free. Take a look at Indeed.com, Monster.com, or FlexJobs.com for free job postings.

If you are interested in making money with writing, then I would recommend Wealthy Affiliate. I did a review of them here. They are a site that helps you learn how to make money through affiliate marketing. Basically, they teach you how to make a website, and write article promoting things you like.

I’ve been a member of them for over a year now, and haven’t looked back yet. They do fairly well in helping you master a way to make money online, as well as being your own boss and business owner.

Writers Work Review: Is Writers Work A Scam?

Writers Work Review: Is Writers Work A Scam?

Writers Working

Writers Work is a company that has been around for a year or so. They have thousands of followers on social media, and have seem to have quite a few positive reviews.

But reviews can sometimes be deceiving. Is Writers Work a scam, or are they a legit company? What is actually known about them? That is just exactly what we’re hoping to uncover in this Writers Work review!


Website: https://writers.work

Product: Writers Work

Creator(s): Ms. Rhonda Wilcox (?)

Description: A site that is specifically designed for freelance writers. You pay a subscription fee, and you receive possible writing jobs.

Price: $15 per month, with possible upsells

Recommended? No

Rating: 3 out of 10

Alternative Program:


Writers Work is a site that offers writers a place to, well, find work. They not only provide work, but also offer a wide selection of help to become a better writer, editor, and worker.

There are mixed reviews of Writers Work around the internet. Some say that it is legit. Others claim that they shouldn’t be trusted. Most of these reviews come from other people’s websites. There seems to be a lot of controversy around Writers Work, and hopefully we’ll be able to get to the bottom of it.

Writers.work – Is It The Place To Be?

The first thing to do when looking at a program, product, or site, it to actually go and take a look at it. While reviews are a great thing to take a look at, you can’t fully understand them until you take a look at the actually thing they are reviewing.

So I visited the site.

It seemed legit enough. A cute little video will grab your attention, and help make you want to buy this program. The one-page-homepage is what you’ll naturally find on most sites now-a-days.

But we’re not looking at how cute the site is, are we? Oh, no, we’re not…

As you continue to read, you find that you get access to a word processor that will allow you to work quickly and efficiently. They also offer a grammar-checker that will get rid of all your writing mistakes.

You need help in getting stuff done? Well, just use their goal setter thingy, and you’ll be achieving goals in no time!

All the claims look great, but that doesn’t really tell us much about the authenticity of the site. So let’s take a deeper look, and see what can be dug up!

TOS and Privacy Policy

As I usually do, I quickly scrolled down to the bottom of the page to see if I could find their ToS (Terms of Service) and their Privacy Policy.

Of course, everything checked out about both of them. There doesn’t seem to be any hidden agenda’s or weird language in them.

Like most TOS they note that there really is no guarantee on how much money you’ll make (blah, blah, blah). Most make sure to say this so that if the program doesn’t work out for you, and you want to sue, there really is no basis for it (typical legal stuff…).

Their Terms and Conditions page did seem to have some interesting information:

Thank you for using the Writers Work LLC website (accessible at Writers.work hereinafter, the ‘Website’).

Writers Work LLC? Hmm, if they are an LLC, then has anyone said anything about this company?

BBB’s rating of Writers Work LLC

A great place to take a look at registered companies is at the Better Business Bureau (BBB). Interestingly, BBB did have a page about Writers Work LLC, and it doesn’t look good.

They have had four complaints against them, and none of them have been answered.

BBB's Rating

Getting an ‘F’ rating on BBB isn’t good. And when a company doesn’t respond to the complaints, that also shows a lack of caring about your customers.

What were the complaints about?

Two tell about how they weren’t able to get a refund from Writers Work. On the site, you can see that they have a 30-day money back guarantee. Unfortunately it doesn’t seem to be the case.

Another explains how they paid the initial fee, but then was charged a little less than $30 for something called “coaching”. Additionally (and I can’t exclusively prove this), but the guy found that some of the jobs he was given were expired Craigslist ads.

I personally don’t have a problem with people making complaints against companies. What I do have a problem is with companies that don’t respond to those complaints. It hurts the business even if the complaints are true or false.

False Claims. Most people understand how false claims hurt a business. If someone is spreading lies against another company, that should be responded to by the company.

The company has the ability to tell the whole world that these claims aren’t real – yet Writers Work hasn’t done that yet? Why not? This shows (to me at least) that Writers Work doesn’t care about how their customers are treated, nor what happens with their reputations. As long as Writers Work makes money, they don’t care.

True Claims. But if these really are true claims, then it these complaints are ones that you should listen to. Because of these complaints it’s probably best not to do anything with Writers Work or their websites and business.

Once again, if the claims are true, is the reason Writers Work hasn’t responded because they have no answer? If Writers Work is truly built on lies and deceit, then why wouldn’t they respond to these claims with lies and deceit? It honestly doesn’t make sense to me.

Are the complaints founded?

Do the complaints have any basis for what they say?

Writers Work has two main ways to buy their program. Either a monthly fee of $15, or a one time payment of $47.

As you’ll noticed from the screenshot above, it says that you’ll “never have to pay another cent – forever”.

The Terms and Conditions seem to say something a little different:

If you upgrade to a higher tier plan during the billing cycle, a prorated fee between the rates specified in the subscription you previously selected and the fees specified in the subscription to which you have upgraded will be applied.

So, there are higher tier plans within Writers Work? I don’t know, but something doesn’t seem to add up here. The complaints on BBB’s website can’t be proven conclusively. But neither can they not be proven. I think it’s best for Writers Work to answer them, and help show the world what really is the truth.

I do want to point out one other thing about the one-time payment plan. If you take a look at the screenshot above, you’ll notice it says that this is the Early-bird pricing.

Early-bird is usually a term for something that is just starting out, or something that has just opened up. For example, if registration for a conference has just opened up, you can usually get a discounted price if you register as soon as possible.

The thing is, Writers Work has been open for business for over 1 year now. So why claim that people can still get an ‘early-bird’ discount?

[Update: Our review has been up for nearly a year, and Writers Work is still claiming to run this early-bird discount, even though they’ve been running it for than a year…]

Is Writers Work a scam?

Writers Work doesn’t appear to be a scam. They seem to be a legit company. However, just because they are legit, doesn’t mean that I would recommend them to anyone.

There are several places that you can go and get just as great service, all for free. But with a BBB rating of ‘F’, Writers Work isn’t a company you probably want to do business with. I don’t think it will be worth it in the long run.

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Clipneals.com Review: Is Clipneals Fraudulent? (Our Honest Opinion)

Clipneals.com Review: Is Clipneals Fraudulent? (Our Honest Opinion)

You’re probably here trying to figure out if Clipneals.com 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 Clipneals 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 Clipneals.com, 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 Clipneals!

Quick Review

  • Clipneals’s Privacy Policy isn’t set up completely and has issues.
  • There is a website or two that looks like Clipneals.
  • Clipneals has some shady discounts on their site, as well as not explaining why everything is so discounted.
  • Clipneals’s site is around or less than one month old.

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Discounted Prices Usually Mean Scam Products

Most likely, you came to Clipneals because you saw that they seemed to have products on their site for a fairly low price. Well, as you know, looks can be deceiving.

As you can see in the above screenshot, every single product that they have listed on their site seems to be discounted down in some way.

Whether it’s a refrigerator or a tent (or something in between), each one of these items are marked down fairly significantly. Which makes the whole site look pretty sketchy.

Sadly, many will fall for this trick that scammers use often. A scammer will make a site with high discounts, advertise it on a social media platform, and people will flock to it like ducks to water.

If a site has discounts, and each product is the same exact price as each other, then it is most definitely a scam. There shouldn’t even be a question about it being legitimate.

But that is not all that we found on this site either.

Clipneals.com Privacy Policy’s Issues

We always love to take a look at a website’s Privacy Policy. That specific page is one that usually tells people what the site will collect from you (your ip address, home address, email address, etc), and how they will keep it safe, including whether they’ll give it away/share it and/or sell it.

In the past we’ve found some pretty bizarre issues with Privacy Policies. We’ve even found one that suggested they would pretty much share everyone’s information to everyone!

Clipneals.com’s Privacy Policy is a little different. It appears that they copied it from something else, and forgot to actually update their page!

As you can see from the above screenshot, it appears that there were parts of this page that were supposed to be edited. And it doesn’t look like they were.

This doesn’t bode well for Clipneals.com. If they don’t have a clear Privacy Policy on their site, then you probably shouldn’t be using their site, no matter how legit it is. You really have no idea on how they’re collecting the information, or what they’re doing with it (or for that matter, what exactly they are collecting!).

When Was Clipneals created?

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, Clipneals just isn’t exactly trustworthy yet.

Same Scam – Different Name?

WalkTends – Look-a-like site!

We actually looked into a site very similar to Clipneals 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.

[Check out our article about Walktrends, a exact copy of Clipneals!]

Clipneals.com Is Indeed A Scam!

So, to reiterate what we said above:

  • Clipneals is running some sketchy discounts
  • Clipneals.com’s Privacy Policy seems to have some issues with it
  • Clipneals.com’s website looks like another website
  • Clipneals.com is still a very young site

All in all, we definitely would not recommend anyone to take Clipneals.com seriously. 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.

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Paid4Clout.com review: Is Paid4Clout a scam? (Yes, and Here’s Why)

Paid4Clout.com review: Is Paid4Clout a scam? (Yes, and Here’s Why)

Paid4Clout is a site that we’ve actually seen before, just with a different name, and different layout. Formally, it was called CloutPay.co. Doing a quick look online would help you show that CloutPay.co is indeed a scam.

But, in this review we’ll be looking at Paid4Clout, and specifically how they are a scam. From the bold claims and fake testimonials to their unrealistic get-rich-quick sayings – all this and more is what we’ll check out. So come along with us as we check just how legit Paid4Clout is!


Quick Review

  • Paid4Clout is connected with another scam website called CloutPay
  • Paid4Clout claims to be a lot older than it really is
  • Paid4Clout has fake images/testimonials on their site
  • Paid4Clout has fake video testimonials on their site
  • Paid4Clout is making unrealistic claims that they can’t keep

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What Is Paid4Clout?

Paid4Clout's Main Page

Paid4Clout is a site that claims you can make a lot of money, in a short amount of time. Like any get-rich-quick scheme, Paid4Clout tells you that if you get enough people to their site, you’ll make a ton of money.

They claim on their site that you’ll earn anywhere from $10-$15 dollars per person you invite. Which means that if you just invite 10 friends, you’ll make $100 dollars.

Of course, those of us at We Get Scammed For You have seen these types of scams before. They draw you in with their claims of making some quick money, and the scam begins to happen.

  1. You begin to believe Paid4Clout and start spreading your referral link around to get people to make an account on Paid4Clout.
  2. Those people start to believe Paid4Clout and start referring their friends to the site.
  3. All the above users input information into Paid4Clout, do a few surveys for them (to try to get paid) and in the end don’t get any of the money Paid4Clout owes you.
  4. Paid4Clout takes all that information you’ve given them, sells it, and/or uses it, and/or rents it out.

Don’t believe us that this will happen? Make sure to check out are articles on Kids Earn Cash, My Work For Life, and Earn Shot.

All three above are sites that are carrying a very similar scam as Paid4Clout.

But, let’s get into the meat and bones of this scam, and show you just how deceptive it truly is!

How Old is Paid4Clout?

Paid4Clout claims to be started in 2015

If you go to Paid4Clout’s About Us page, you’ll find that they claim they were ‘founded in 2015’. However, anyone with enough knowledge of being able to check when a site was actually created would know that this isn’t true.

The actual site, Paid4Clout.com, is not yet even a month old (as of writing this). So, clearly, right from their About Us page, Paid4Clout is lying about how old their company really is.

Now, how do we know all this?

When a website is created, they have to go through a process to actually be created. When this process happens, it goes on public records when a site was created. All one needs to do is go to a public records database, look up a site, and find exactly when everything was created.

Information saying that Paid4Clout was created on the 12th of July

As you can see in the above image, Paid4Clout has only been around since the 12th of July. Clearly, they aren’t even anywhere close to being a company that was started in 2015.

Their Testimonials Are Faked!

We never like when we find fake testimonials, and, sadly, Paid4Clout is doing just that. Because the site is fake, it makes sense that Paid4Clout would have to find a way to make themselves look more authentic and legit. And so, they decided to use fake testimonials.

If you take a look at the image below, you’ll notice that it’s a screenshot of one of Paid4Clout’s users who claims to have made over 10K dollars, in a very short amount of time:

A testimonial that is using a fake image to pretend to be real

It’s interesting that Ambria would choose that exact image to use as a profile image. Because, when we did a reverse image search on that specific image, we found that someone with that exact image left a comment on another site over 2 years ago. And they left the comment with a different name…

The same image left a comment on another site

What does this all mean?

Simply put, this image, and others on the site, are more than likely stock photo images. There are many sites that are out there that have a large collection of free and paid images that you can use if you choose to.

Because Paid4Clout is using these images, you can’t easily trust the reviews, as you can’t tell if they really are true. It’s highly probable that they actually just faked the testimonials.

Video Testimonials Are Also Faked!

A testimonail from 'Scott', which is actually a fake testimonial

As you can see from the above screenshot, Paid4Clout has a video testimonial from a guy named Scott. That’s Scott above. He claims to have been working for Cloutpay for about 3 months, and it’s the only income that he makes, or so he says.

But, is this really true?

Well, videos can be deceiving. And what’s even more deceiving is that this person named Scott probably doesn’t even know anything about CloutPay.

You see, there is a site called Fiverr, where you can find people who will give you a video testimonial for a certain amount of money.

And yes, Scott, or whatever this guy’s name is, works on Fiverr.

Same guy, called pdxguy, on Fiverr

More than likely, his name isn’t Scott. And as you can see from both images, it’s the same exact guy in the same exact room. So, clearly, Paid4Clout paid this person to say what they wanted him to.

All in all, this video testimonial, along with the others, aren’t reliable and shouldn’t be taken as proof that Paid4Clout is reliable.

Is Paid4Clout A Scam?

We don’t even need to make an account to know that Paid4Clout is indeed a scam! No one pays you $10 dollars to get someone to their site. And even if it were true, you’re definitely not going to be able to do it on this site.

They don’t tell the truth on their About Us page, on their text testimonials, and even their video testimonials! If their lying about all those things, then why would believe that they are actually going to pay you large amounts of money for getting people to their site?

All in all, we would highly recommend to everyone not to trust Clout4Pay, or do anything on their site. More than likely their selling or using the info you provide to them. It’s best to find a much better system that actually works to make money.

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Big.Ttgbyshop.com Review: Is Big.Ttgbyshop Legit? (Our Honest Opinion)

Big.Ttgbyshop.com Review: Is Big.Ttgbyshop Legit? (Our Honest Opinion)

You’re probably wondering why we think Big.Ttgbyshop is a scam, right? Maybe you liked something on the site, or the 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 Big.Ttgbyshop.com isn’t legit. And we’ll do it through the reasons below. 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!

This is an automated report on Big.Ttgbyshop.com, 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 Big.Ttgbyshop!


Quick Review

  • Big_Ttgbyshop has some shady discounts on their site, as well as not explaining why everything is so discounted.
  • Big_Ttgbyshop is connected with an email address that has been linked with several other fraudulent scams.
  • Big_Ttgbyshop’s site is around or less than one month old.
  • There is a website or two that looks like Big_Ttgbyshop.

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How Long Has Big_Ttgbyshop.com Been Around?

Before we actually came to this site, we checked some free, public records on the site, just to see when it was registered and when it was last updated. Turns out that this specific domain was registered some time recently, making it an extremely young site.

As you’ll notice in the above screenshot, you’ll see that it hasn’t been long at all since Big_Ttgbyshop.com has been created.

Scammers will often close down their website after a few months, because everyone has learned that it’s a scam. Because of Big_Ttgbyshop.com because such a young site, there could be a possibility for it to be a scam.

Every site does have a start date – even legit ones. So, to suggest that Big_Ttgbyshop is a scam only on the above info isn’t a wise thing to do.

However, if you add this to the other stuff we explain in this article, it does certainly add to the weight of the argument that this site is a scam.

Similarities With Other Websites

When we first looked at Big_Ttgbyshop, we knew something wasn’t right because of the way the scammer had made the site. Depending on how you viewed the site, you may (or may not) have noticed that it is very similar to another site. A screenshot below shows the other site:

We’ve looked into hundreds of sites, and have found several ones that look almost exactly (if not exactly) as Big_Ttgbyshop.

Now, of course, just because a site looks very similar to another site doesn’t exactly make it fraudulent. However, if you do have two sites that look almost the same, why else would you have both except to scam people?

Why Are The Discounts There?

As you’ll notice on the site, and in the above screenshot, Big_Ttgbyshop.com has discounts on their site. Some of over 50%.

Nothing is wrong with discounts, but when a site comes claiming that they have discounts, and don’t explain why they are having the discounts, then it is probably a scam.

Scammers love to use discounts to bring people to their site. People see the discounts, decide to purchase, and get scammed.

Of course, just because a site has discounts, or low prices, doesn’t mean that they are a scam. But when a site shows up, hasn’t been around for a while, and claims to have discounts, then it’s highly likely that they are a scam.

So, because of the discounts, there is a high probability that Big_Ttgbyshop.com is a scam.

The Fraudulent Email Address

We haven’t really give much conclusive proof that this site is a scam, have we?

Well, we won’t beat around the bush any longer. We do have some pretty concrete proof that this site, and the owner behind it, are fraudulent.

Because we continued to check all the information on the site, we looked into an email address that we saw come from their site. And we found something rather interesting:

As you can see above, they list their email address, probably to give as customer-service or something

.Nothing is strange about giving out your contact email. A lot of companies do it – how else are you going to let people know how they can contact you?

However, when we saw the email address, we recognized it immediately. We had actually seen it before, on numerous websites. Scam websites, we might add.

Above is a screenshot of many scams that the owner(s) of Big_Ttgbyshop have been a part of. And that is just part of it. That screenshot shows only part of the fraudulent websites they are part of.

So, all in all, Big_Ttgbyshop.com isn’t a site that we would recommend you use, or try to purchase something from. The owner of it is clearly a scam artist who knows what he’s doing.

Fraud Is, Sadly, Always Around.

So, to reiterate what we said above:

  • Big_Ttgbyshop is running some sketchy discounts
  • Big_Ttgbyshop.com’s website looks like another website
  • Big_Ttgbyshop.com is still a very young site
  • Big_Ttgbyshop uses an email that also is behind other fraudulent websites

In the end, Big_Ttgbyshop 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.

Find Out How To Tell If Something Is A Scam!

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!

Xinsuangushi.com Review: Is Xinsuangushi Fraudulent? (Learn The Truth!)

Xinsuangushi.com Review: Is Xinsuangushi Fraudulent? (Learn The Truth!)

You’re probably here wondering about Xinsuangushi.com and whether they are legit. Well, we’re here to help bring clarity to this very issue. Unfortunately, this scammer has been scamming people for a while.

Is Xinsuangushi legit?

It definitely doesn’t appear to be so. We’ve checked it out, and from what we found, Xinsuangushi.com isn’t a site that we would recommend you use. With issues and errors that we’ll get into below, it’s best to steer clear from Xinsuangushi.

This is an automated report on Xinsuangushi.com, 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 Xinsuangushi!


Quick Review

  • Xinsuangushi’s site is around or less than one month old.
  • Xinsuangushi is connected with an email address that has been linked with several other fraudulent scams.
  • Xinsuangushi has some shady discounts on their site, as well as not explaining why everything is so discounted.

Learn To Detect Scams

We’ve put together a video course on how to easily figure out if something is a scam or not. It shows clearly how you can tell whether a site is fraudulent!


What Do Public Records Reveal?

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 Xinsuangushi.com was first registered. And if you were to do that, you would find that the site was registered fairly recently, as shown below:

If Xinsuangushi was created that soon, it’s entirely possible that it’s a scam. Many times, scammers will create a website, run it for several months, and then shut it down.

Now, as always, we’re not saying that this in and of itself proves that Xinsuangushi.com is a scam. But what it does mean is that you should be hesitant as use this site, since it hasn’t been around long enough to know whether it is legit.

Discounted Prices Usually Mean Scam Products

When going to Xinsuangushi.com, the site seems like a normal one. On their site, they claim to be a store that offers discounts and lower prices. So much lower that they claim you can save 30%-70% of the retail cost, or so it seems.

However, when you take a close look at their discounts, and their products for that matter, you’ll notice a common theme. And that theme is that every single product they list appears to be running a discount:

We’ve seen this enough times to know that this is a scam. If a site has that many products on their store for those low of prices, then it truly is a scam. There really is no need to investigate further about it.

You don’t purchase lawn-mowers, computer desks, or even beach chair sets for that low of a price (or whatever they’re selling on their site).

This is just a common ploy by scammers to get traffic to their site. People see low prices, go to the scammer’s site, purchase something (because they think they are getting a good deal), and lose money over it.

Now, like we said, we could stop our review there, and say that the site is indeed a scam. But, just because we’re convinced that it’s a scam, doesn’t necessarily mean that you, the reader, are convinced. So, it’s on the next issue with the site.

Can We Prove Xinsuangushi.com Is A Scam?

So, you may be sitting there, and thinking all the above information just isn’t convincing enough for you to call this a scam. But what if we said that we could prove that this site is a scam?

What if we said that we had proof that Xinsuangushi.com has been connected with other fraudulent websites?

If you take a look at the above screenshot, you’ll notice that it is an image of an email address. Nothing looks wrong with that email, does it?

However, that email address is connected to several other fraudulent websites.

As you see in the screenshot below, that email address, and thus Xinsuangushi.com, has been connected with several websites running scams:

So there isn’t really anything else to say except that Xinsuangushi.com is indeed a scam, and one that we wouldn’t recommend you use!

Is Xinsuangushi.com A Scam?

So, to reiterate what we said above:

  • Xinsuangushi is running some sketchy discounts
  • Xinsuangushi.com is still a very young site
  • Xinsuangushi uses an email that also is behind other fraudulent websites

All in all, Xinsuangushi is a site that we would highly recommend you don’t purchase from, nor trust the scammer behind it. You’ll only be left with headache and heartache.

Find Out How To Tell If Something Is A Scam!

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!

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

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

You’re here wondering about AuLegoSale.ltd. 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 AuLegoSale.ltd 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 AuLegoSale.ltd 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 AuLegoSale.ltd, 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.

Find A Legit Store To Buy From!

Just because this is an unrealistic store doesn’t mean you need to walk away empty-handed. Check what Amazon has to offer, and order what you want immediately.


Just Who Are AuLegoSale.ltd 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 AuLegoSale.ltd 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 AuLegoSale.ltd 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 AuLegoSale.ltd 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 AuLegoSale.ltd 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?)

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

The Email Connected With AuLegoSale.ltd

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 cs16@customerservicehome.com, 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 AuLegoSale.ltd is a scam.

AuLegoSale.ltd 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
  • AuLegoSale.ltd 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!

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!

ToySloy.com Review: Is ToySloy Trustworthy? (Read This Before You Buy!)

ToySloy.com Review: Is ToySloy Trustworthy? (Read This Before You Buy!)

ToySloy.com came to us recently through one way or another. When we looked at it initially, we found several errors in the site the concluded to us that they were indeed a scam website.

Is ToySloy Legit? Not from we saw on the site. In this article we’ll do our best to help show you just why we believe ToySloy.com isn’t an authentic shop, nor why they should be trusted. Hopefully this review will help you think twice before purchasing through stores like these.

This is an automated report on ToySloy.com, 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 ToySloy!


Quick Review

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

Find A Legit Store To Buy From!

Just because this is an unrealistic store doesn’t mean you need to walk away empty-handed. Check what Amazon has to offer, and order what you want immediately.


Discounted Prices Usually Mean Scam Products

Sites that claim to have discounts should be ones that you are very skeptical of. You’ll notice on ToySloy.com 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?)

Similarities With Other Websites

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

When we had originally looked at ToySloy.com, we immediately thought that it looked like a scam website, because we had reviewed another website or two that had the same exact type of display that ToySloy.com had.

Same exact scam, just called ToyVoy.Com

Depending on how you viewed the site, you may (or may not) be able to see that ToySloy looks very similar to the site above (in the screenshot). They appeared to us nearly identical, in size and color, to that other site.

Because of this, we suspected that it was the same scammer behind these sites. Many times, scammers will open several sites, that resemble each other. Some go so far as to use the same contact info on each site!

What Do Public Records Reveal?

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 ToySloy.com was first registered. And if you were to do that, you would find that the site was registered fairly recently, as shown below:

If ToySloy was created that soon, it’s entirely possible that it’s a scam. Many times, scammers will create a website, run it for several months, and then shut it down.

Now, as always, we’re not saying that this in and of itself proves that ToySloy.com is a scam. But what it does mean is that you should be hesitant as use this site, since it hasn’t been around long enough to know whether it is legit.

Impersonation Of Lego

When you go to the site, it becomes clearer that ToySloy.com is claiming to be some store called Lego. Now, for those who don’t know, Lego is a well-known store that sells some sort of brand-name product.

What’s even more interesting is that Lego has their own store and website. So, why exactly is ToySloy.com claiming to be Lego?

Claiming to be a store when you really aren’t isn’t something that is legal. You can’t open up a store and pretend to be a popular brand of clothing.

If you see something like that on the internet, then it’s best not to work with them, and to report them immediately. They’re doing something that only hurts them and the company they are trying to impersonate.

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

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

Either way, if you are looking for authentic, Lego brand products, then ToySloy.com isn’t the place to look for it.

Can We Prove ToySloy.com Is A Scam?

So, you may be sitting there, and thinking all the above information just isn’t convincing enough for you to call this a scam. But what if we said that we could prove that this site is a scam?

What if we said that we had proof that ToySloy.com has been connected with other fraudulent websites?

If you take a look at the above screenshot, you’ll notice that it is an image of an email address. Nothing looks wrong with that email, does it?

However, that email address is connected to several other fraudulent websites.

As you see in the screenshot below, that email address, and thus ToySloy.com, has been connected with several websites running scams:

So there isn’t really anything else to say except that ToySloy.com is indeed a scam, and one that we wouldn’t recommend you use!

ToySloy.com Is Indeed A Scam!

So, to reiterate what we said above:

  • ToySloy is running some sketchy discounts
  • ToySloy appears to be trying to pretend that they are Lego
  • ToySloy.com’s website looks like another website
  • ToySloy.com is still a very young site
  • ToySloy uses an email that also is behind other fraudulent websites

In the end, you will only lose money if you buy through ToySloy.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.

Don’t Lose More Money!

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!

IToyStudio.com Review: Are You Going To Get Scammed? (Scam Alert!)

IToyStudio.com Review: Are You Going To Get Scammed? (Scam Alert!)

IToyStudio.com came to us recently through one way or another. When we looked at it initially, we found several errors in the site the concluded to us that they were indeed a scam website.

Is IToyStudio Legit? Not from we saw on the site. In this article we’ll do our best to help show you just why we believe IToyStudio.com isn’t an authentic shop, nor why they should be trusted. Hopefully this review will help you think twice before purchasing through stores like these.

This is an automated report on IToyStudio.com, 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 IToyStudio!

Quick Review

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

Find A Legit Store To Buy From!

Just because this is an unrealistic store doesn’t mean you need to walk away empty-handed. Check what Amazon has to offer, and order what you want immediately.

IToyStudio Looks Like Other Sites?

When we first looked at IToyStudio, we knew something wasn’t right because of the way the scammer had made the site. Depending on how you viewed the site, you may (or may not) have noticed that it is very similar to another site. A screenshot below shows the other site:

Same exact shop just with a different URL

We’ve looked into hundreds of sites, and have found several ones that look almost exactly (if not exactly) as IToyStudio.

Now, of course, just because a site looks very similar to another site doesn’t exactly make it fraudulent. However, if you do have two sites that look almost the same, why else would you have both except to scam people?

The Heavily Discounted Prices

Most likely, you came to IToyStudio because you saw that they seemed to have products on their site for a fairly low price. Well, as you know, looks can be deceiving.

As you can see in the above screenshot, every single product that they have listed on their site seems to be discounted down in some way.

Whether it’s a refrigerator or a tent (or something in between), each one of these items are marked down fairly significantly. Which makes the whole site look pretty sketchy.

Sadly, many will fall for this trick that scammers use often. A scammer will make a site with high discounts, advertise it on a social media platform, and people will flock to it like ducks to water.

If a site has discounts, and each product is the same exact price as each other, then it is most definitely a scam. There shouldn’t even be a question about it being legitimate.

But that is not all that we found on this site either.

IToyStudio: The Fake Lego Shop

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 IToyStudio.com 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 IToyStudio.com 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 IToyStudio.com is running an illegal operation (which they are doing, by the way).

But that isn’t all that they are doing.

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

The Fraudulent Email Address

We love emails, as you may notice from previous articles that we’ve written about. And this site is no different. It took us a while to find an email, but when we did, we found that it was indeed one that we had seen elsewhere.

For a while now, we’ve been finding more and more sites that have been coming from someone who uses the email address support@jdonline.info. And that email address has been linked to all kinds of fraudulent websites:

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

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

Fraud Is, Sadly, Always Around.

So, to reiterate what we said above:

  • IToyStudio is running some sketchy discounts
  • IToyStudio appears to be trying to pretend that they are Lego
  • IToyStudio.com’s website looks like another website
  • IToyStudio.com is still a very young site
  • IToyStudio uses an email that also is behind other fraudulent websites

All in all, we definitely would not recommend anyone to take IToyStudio.com seriously. 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.

Find Out How To Tell If Something Is A Scam!

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!

Yes_Gaoliyunyishop.com Review: Are You Going To Get Scammed? (Learn The Truth!)

Yes_Gaoliyunyishop.com Review: Are You Going To Get Scammed? (Learn The Truth!)

You’re probably wondering why we think Yes.Gaoliyunyishop is a scam, right? Maybe you liked something on the site, or the 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 Yes.Gaoliyunyishop.com isn’t legit. And we’ll do it through the reasons below. 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!

This is an automated report on Yes.Gaoliyunyishop.com, 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 Yes.Gaoliyunyishop!

Quick Review

  • Yes_Gaoliyunyishop’s site is around or less than one month old.
  • Yes_Gaoliyunyishop has some shady discounts on their site, as well as not explaining why everything is so discounted.
  • Yes_Gaoliyunyishop is connected with an email address that has been linked with several other fraudulent scams.

Learn To Detect Scams

We’ve put together a video course on how to easily figure out if something is a scam or not. It shows clearly how you can tell whether a site is fraudulent!

Yes_Gaoliyunyishop.com’s Whois Info

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, Yes_Gaoliyunyishop just isn’t exactly trustworthy yet.

Why Are The Discounts There?

Sites that claim to have discounts should be ones that you are very skeptical of. You’ll notice on Yes_Gaoliyunyishop.com 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?)

Connecting The Dots With An 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.

Yes_Gaoliyunyishop.com 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: service@oobuyservice.com

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.

We Don’t Recommend Yes_Gaoliyunyishop.com!

So, to reiterate what we said above:

  • Yes_Gaoliyunyishop is running some sketchy discounts
  • Yes_Gaoliyunyishop.com is still a very young site
  • Yes_Gaoliyunyishop uses an email that also is behind other fraudulent websites

All in all, we definitely would not recommend anyone to take Yes_Gaoliyunyishop.com seriously. 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.

Learn The Secrets Of Scammers!

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!