Review: Is Clipneals Fraudulent? (Our Honest Opinion)

You’re probably here trying to figure out if 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, 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. 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!’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 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!] Is Indeed A Scam!

So, to reiterate what we said above:

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

All in all, we definitely would not recommend anyone to take 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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6 thoughts on “ Review: Is Clipneals Fraudulent? (Our Honest Opinion)”

  1. I fell for it hook line and sinker . Clipneals is a joke and stole money from me we found fraudulent gas purchases all over Tennessee and Burmingham Alabama. I ordered a office chair over a month ago and never received it and now finding these purchases on my account all over . We are reporting it to our bank and I’m going to the attorney general in those states and reporting it . And let everyone know on the website dont order ! Assholes ! I pray they get caught and have to so not only prison time but have work for money in prison to pay back everyone they stole from !

  2. This smite is a scram something needs to be done. People don’t have money to waste. Ok They need to get put in jail for ever. Ok. They just steal all your information and use it in their county Ok get smarter use a card w no money on it them call in and get a new. Your card information is stolen. Ok

  3. A few months ago I was looking around for automatic lawn mowers (basically lawn roombas) when I found that this site had one for like $13 when every other site had ones that started at at least $800. I bookmarked the site so I could come back and see if the price changed in case it was an error. When I finally came back today I found that the site doesn’t even exist anymore. They must have caught the guy running it and had him shut it down.


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