Is A Scam? (I Took a Closer Look!)

Ever had that gut feeling when browsing a website that something’s just not right?

That’s exactly what hit me when I first landed on And you know me, I can’t resist a good mystery.

So, I rolled up my sleeves and decided to uncover the truth behind Here’s what I found.

A Curious Email Address…

A website screenshot of email address

First on my list was their contact email: Now, I’ve seen my fair share of dodgy emails, and this one set off some alarms.

contact number found to other websites

Digging deeper, I discovered that the contact number +1 (250) 575-5855 linked with this email is also associated with some rather questionable sites like and

Email checked on found Unknown

Check out the screenshot above. Seeing “Unknown” on Yeah, that didn’t sit well with me either.

Unbelievable Prices! What’s the Catch? product Watch phone

I’ve always been a fan of snagging a good deal, but the prices on raised some serious eyebrows.

Take, for instance, their Alpha Watch Phone 4.01″ Foldable Flexible Display. They’re offering it for a mere $49.99.

Sounds fantastic, right? But here’s the twist: on reputable platforms like eBay, the same watch is priced at $190.99, and on AliExpress, it’s going for a whopping $333.

google web search price of Alpha watch phone 4.01

Just glance at the screenshot. It’s clear as day that their pricing is way off the mark.

It’s almost like they’re whispering, “Hey, don’t you want this unbelievable deal?” But when it’s too good to be true, there’s usually a catch.

Where’s the Social Media Love?

In today’s world, even my cat has an Instagram account! So, when I couldn’t find basic social media buttons on, it raised more than just an eyebrow. footer website

No Facebook, no Twitter, no Instagram. It’s eerily silent on the social media front, as you can see above.

That “About Us” Page Sounds Familiar…

This part really got me. I took a snippet from their “About Us” page, popped it into Google, and guess what? About us page

Identical content appeared on sites like, and

google web search about us line founded in multiple websites

Seriously, it’s right there in the screenshots. It’s like they borrowed someone else’s story and claimed it as their own.

My Final Thoughts

After diving deep into, the verdict’s pretty clear: tread carefully.

From sketchy contact details to over-the-top discounts and a copy-pasted “About Us” section, it’s a classic case of “if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.”

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Disclaimer: The information provided in this article is based on our research and analysis. However, we are not liable for any inaccuracies or errors, and readers are encouraged to conduct their own investigations. If you have concerns about the legitimacy of a website, feel free to reach out to us via our contact form to initiate a discussion.

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