Review: Is Prodejnacz Fraudulent? (Our Generated Report!)

You’re probably wondering why we think Prodejnacz 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 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, 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 Prodejnacz!

Quick Review

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  • Prodejnacz is connected with an email address that has been linked with several other fraudulent scams.
  • Prodejnacz has some shady discounts on their site, as well as not explaining why everything is so discounted.
  • Prodejnacz lies about allowing PayPal, when in reality, they don’t allow it.

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When going to, 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:

Discounts On Prodejnaczs

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.

No PayPal For Purchase?

So, here we come to the payment methods, or lack thereof. It’s always interesting when sites lie on how exactly you can pay for your purchase.

If you were to scroll all the way down to the bottom of the site, or to one of it’s pages, you would see the different payment methods that were (supposedly) allowed on the site:

Is PayPal Accepted?

As you can see in the above image, PayPal is accepted. So it appears that it’s one of the ways that you should be able to pay. Additionally, as you start the process of ordering a product, there are (usually) other signs that suggest that you should be able to pay with PayPal.

When you get to the actual ordering page, you find that they only accept the below method(s).

The Actual Payment methods for Prodejnacz

So, it appears that they were lying about what type of payments that they offer. And if they are lying about that, then what else are they lying to us about?

Linking Fraudulent Websites Together

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:

Fraudulent Email Address Support@JDOnline.Info

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.

Fraudulent Connections The Email Is A Part Of

Above is a screenshot of many scams that the owner(s) of Prodejnacz 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, 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.

Is A Scam?

So, to reiterate what we said above:

  • Prodejnacz is running some sketchy discounts
  • Prodejnacz seems to claim they allow PayPal, when they don’t really
  • Prodejnacz uses an email that also is behind other fraudulent websites

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

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