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

You’re here wondering about 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 is legit or not. And we’re here to answer just that.

Is 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 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's Main Page 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 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

Undeliverable Due To Connection Timed Out

It appears that our service provider was never able to connect to 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: 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

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’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, 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. 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’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!

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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.

8 thoughts on “ Review: (Scam Alert!) Why We Think Isn’t Legit!”

  1. You forgot to list thisharmo’s non working phone number. This site is a joke. This site is a total scam. STAY AWAY!!!

  2. had them listed in an ad banner at the bottom of their page. Why would a major store link to scam artists like that?

    • Huh, interesting Thomas. Target themselves aren’t linking to it per se. They have ads through Bing and Google, so it appears that somehow got on one of their lists and were advertised through them. Thanks for letting us know about this!

      Update: Now that I found it, that is strange indeed – it’s under the sponsored section, which makes it even more strange. We’ll have to investigate further!


  3. I knew $14.90 for an Xbox One controller was too good to be true. Guess I’m never getting that money back


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