A List of Scam Websites


A List of Scam Websites

If you are here in hopes of avoiding make-money scams, I encourage you to read my article How to Really Make Money Online and Never Get Scammed.

If you are looking for a specific scam and don't find it here, search our database.Typically scam websites have a short life as their true nature is soon exposed. The scammers then dump the site and build a new one.

The Christmas season usually sees an epidemic of scam sites offering to sell expensive products at a steep discount. These sites will take your money but won't deliver the goods, or they will deliver a counterfeit product or something inferior.

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Instead of expecting to get a good deal from an unknown website, you would be better served to search Amazon for the best price on a product. Amazon typically has several vendors competing against each other which drives the price down. Also, if you are disappointed in a product you purchased through Amazon, you have recourse, not so with a scam site.

At ScamAvenger.com we are constantly trying to expose scammers and their scams. As people register complaints with ScamAvenger.com, we will post the scam site to the list below along with comments.

Tips for Avoiding Scam Websites

  • If the domain of the website is not secure, do not do business with them. You can tell if the site is secure by looking immediately to the left of the URL at the top of the page. It will say whether the site is secure or not secure.
  • If a site is secure, it might still be a scam.
  • If the site is not a .com, .net, or .org, and it's asking for your money, it's probably a scam.
  • Check the reputation of the site at ScamAdviser.com. However, be aware websites that have a good reputation on ScamAdviser.com may still be a scam. Many scammers purchase used domains with good reputations. Don't let ScamAdviser be your only reason to do business with a website.
  • ScamAdviser can also tell you if the website is new. Most scam sites are less than a year old.
  • When in doubt, don't take the chance.
A list of Scams WebSites (In alphabetical/numerical order)
For quick navigation, click on the letter or number below that corresponds to the website you are searching.
Or, scroll below the Quick Navigation Table of Contents and you will find the scam websites listed.

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abearstore.top - www.abearstore.top is another fake site. Cart showed 18.9 EURO but 201 CNY was charged on my card. Order was placed on 13 Feb till date but no communication nor response from them. Only way to communicate is portal form but nobody replies to it.

alderandcostore.com

Allcoinhodler.com

americanpolymergroup.com - Scam site based in China.

amouis.com - This is a scam site claiming to sell power tools and kayaks. However, we have received complaints that the products are never delivered. It is not clear where this website is based, but we suspect China.

annekershawtherapies.co.nz

anygoods.top

Appliancesalesale.com - This is a clone of another scam website launched in December 2019 to scam Christmas shoppers. The images are taken from legitimate retail websites. 

aquaticpride.com - I bought fish from this website and later the told me they shipped them. Later I recieved and email from "import authorities" saying I had to pay a refundable insurance fee of $800. After going back and forth through email I said I wanted proof that the fish were actually being shipped. They never provided proof and said I would be held to high sanctions if not pay soon. Later they just stopped replying to my emails.The used the emails:aquariumpride@gmail.comClientservice@Dwadin.com dwadin was the fake shipping company.

arlosecuritycamera.com - Beware for people that own Arlo security camera, if you have a problem and you google Arlo Support. You will find this website: Arlo Support & Customer Service their url: arlosecuritycamera.com/arlo-support which is not affiliated with Netgear (Arlo) the real company.

Long story short, I called these guys thinking I was calling for Arlo Support to resolve the problem that I have with my system. They wanted to charge me 99$ to repair my system and saying all kind of nonsense that my system is infected with a virus and they need to upgrade my system. The more I talked to this guy the more I found it to be suspicious. I was not happy about the 99$ service charge and I asked for a manager to call me back and the guy hangs up the phone on me! Really, what legit company does that!

So I did more research and went to the Netgear website. Guess what the problem was at Netgear system itself, they knew about it and they told me that their engineer was working on it, so the problem was not on my side. I want to warn all people that have Netgear products to contact Netgear itself and do not call these scammers, I almost got fooled by these scammers.

aussiecamera.com Click to Read Full Report.

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bagdealsonline.com

balancewithinwellness.com

bartlettlimited.co.uk  - The scam is through classified car for sale and they propose to ship using Bartlett Creek Shipping and an escrow account.
bartlettlimited.co.uk

The shipping company sent me an invoice to wire transfer the money to the escrow account so they start the shipping process. The shipping company website seem very legitimate, I called them and they answered all my questions and all seemed fine. I luckily found later that this company was dissolved 6 months ago. beta.companieshouse.gov.uk

beta.companieshouse.gov.uk - The scam is through classified car for sale and they propose to ship using Bartlett Creek Shipping and an escrow account.
bartlettlimited.co.uk

The shipping company sent me an invoice to wire transfer the money to the escrow account so they start the shipping process. The shipping company website seem very legitimate, I called them and they answered all my questions and all seemed fine. I luckily found later that this company was dissolved 6 months ago. beta.companieshouse.gov.uk

bigbudworld.com - Low Trust and High Risk, based in a country known for scams.

A reader commented; "Bigbudworld takes your money, says product is shipping. You then get another email stating that the shipment is on hold unless you pay shipping insurance. They say it is refundable, but that is a lie. Please post this... thanks!" 

Boutiquelocker.top - This is new website without a history. However, we have received a report that this site does not deliver products that are ordered.

"I ordered an item from a site called Boutiquelocker.top. No answer to any emails and have not received item. Any information on this site. I paid by credit card and got a confirmation of payment."

btc-cherry.com

btc-haven.com - BTC-HAVEN promises return on your investment. When you try to withdraw, They process it and you never see your money. There email and chat support are not helpful as they are part of the scam.I have now lost all my money.

btmd.online

buhudstore.top - I believe http://www.buhudstore.top is another fake store. I ordered 45 dollar item with free shipping, was charged 62 dollars and no item after 2 weeks. no replies to my emails.

buydealsmall.com

BuyNewScooter.com <=(Click to read full report)

Bvokpharm.net

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caparea.trade

careappearance.com - a new website based in China that uses images taken from other websites.

A reader commented that "CareAppearance.com is a wig supply 3rd party operation that is scamming people all over the internet and social media with false images of products. They advertise at get deals around $40 USD and give one away for free or further discount.

Then once you order they charge your credit card and wait over 30 days to send out the merch. Then you are tracking a ghost order that is replaced by a cheaper discontinued item they sent in place of the one you were so in love with.

They know the credit card company will take long with investigations and most people will not have evidence to prove their argument after 6 weeks or more of waiting on the product. They will argue your claim to cc company to keep your money so take pictures or screen snap all your transactions. buyer beware"

cash-wu.com - Scam site based in Russia.

calmequestrian.co.uk - Although ScamAdviser lists this site as trustworthy, a reader has reported getting scammed. Below is the comment a reader left concerning this website.

"I bought online French Arche shoes from calmequestrian.co.uk $100.88.A box arrived with some cheap non-brand men's boots... The box came from Guang Zhao in China.They said they would research the 'complaint'. No word since.

chellymova

clearanceuss.com - This is a new site that appears to be hosted in China. Consider it high risk. It has been reported that they do not deliver merchandise that is paid for.

"I recently made a purchase online from clearanceuss.com for supposedly low prices on sneakers. I paid an additional fee for expedited shipping (didnt have a choice), the site says I should receive my order in 7-10 business days but I have yet to receive my purchase. I purchased the item in May and here we are a month later and I havent received anything. Not even a shipping email. The only email I have received is a confirmation of my purchase. I have emailed several times about my purchase but I have not receive a response."

clothbhi.site

CoinChambers.com

Collectiongear.top - In the past 18 April 2018, i made an order in the site Collectiongear.top, till now i did not receive the merchandasing, and all of my contact attempts were ignored.Product : New Fendi FF 0259 S 205/53 Can Eye Black Gold/Brown Pink Sunglasses 43.99USDAfter payment the only thing I received was an email.

coinexplorer.tech

coinstation.tech - As per the UK Government’s website, Coinstation Limited has officially been issued
a written order to be deregistered by 2nd June, 2019.If you look at the link below (an official UK Government Agency company registration website) you will see the following at the bottom of the page, from left to right.02 Apr 2019 First Gazette notice for compulsory strike-off View PDF (1page)

https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/11142639/filing-history

If you click on VIEW PDF you can read the official letter to the Director of the company, Craig Victor Plant, thatthe company will be SHUT DOWN AND DEREGISTERED on 2nd June, 2019.This is being posted on every cryptocurrency website and scam forum in order to protect the public and clients who are unaware of the current status of COINSTATION LIMITED.

coolmencarft.com - Does not send the product ordered.

crack-best.com

cryptonxt.io - Scam crypto trading site. Many reports online of people losing money with them.

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dailykicks.top

Dwadin.com - I bought fish from this website and later the told me they shipped them. Later I recieved and email from "import authorities" saying I had to pay a refundable insurance fee of $800. After going back and forth through email I said I wanted proof that the fish were actually being shipped. They never provided proof and said I would be held to high sanctions if not pay soon. Later they just stopped replying to my emails.

diyparts.com.au

divineoccasions.co.uk

DressHead.com

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earnbitcoinforever.com - Earn bitcoin forever promises return on your investment. When you try to withdraw, They process it and you never see your money. There email and chat support are not helpful as they are part of the scam. I have now lost all my money

eilalt.top - Scam site based in China.

emlssale.xyz (Same as hospsale)

estateluxuryhome.com - A reader reports, "Travel scam: holiday/vacation villa rental in Europe.Please be aware that the following website is actively taking money against villa rental bookings that they don’t fulfill.

They are advertising villas using details taken from other, valid websites and are encouraging punters to do bank transfers with discounts up front for full payment in advance. Obviously, the villa is not then available and then money has gone..."

euthanint.org - A scam site based in Russia.

This website is rated suspicious with a low trust level by ScamAdviser and believed to be based in Ukraine. A reader commented...

"This is a bad scam, euthanint.org and if you research the IP address these scammers in Russia/Ukraine have over 100 scam websites at this IP address/server.How it works:When you order something like Nembutal they will jack up the price already by about $100 (!) for shipping and give you a contact address to pay by Western Union,and after you have paid you get an email from the shipping company discreet postman for another $400 for insurance.ALl their other scam websites use that secreet postman as well, like puppy websites.

eventsale.top (This is a cloned scam site. It's the same as hospsale below)

expresscv.com - A suspicious website based in an unknown country. A reader reported he had been scammed by this site 

"I need a template for a cv for a job application I found an online site called ExpressCV for 90p I could download a template, which I did it was very poor quality. I looked in my bank acc and they had taken out a subscription of £29.90 which I never asked for without telling me, I complained and tried to cancel they said I could if I filled in a form, they sent the form to be emailed but you couldn’t write on it didn’t accept text and now refusing to give my money back. and now sending me emails in French and my bank aren’t helping."

exvolare.se - I tried to purchase something from this page, ATTENTION IT´S A FRAUD!!!!

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fanzily.com

fairdealsshop.com

fairsavesonline.com

farmastore.top

FashionSunglassInShop.com <=(Click to read full report)

FastDelivery4U.com

Filocity.com - I was referred by FitBit because I was having trouble getting my e-mail on it because there was a conflict with my Wife's E-Mail. They told me there was a problem with a virus on my PC and they switched me over to a Technician who said he would help me.

They said they were from Microsoft and they remote on my PC and got on my Cosco Visa and Sam's card and bought gift cards from Target, Amazon amounting to around $600.oo. The name of the company was Filocity.com in San Jose Calif.

finedealsstore.com

fireextinguisher-safety.co.uk - This site is based in China and has a low trust rating.

A reader comment:

fireextinguisher-safety.co.uk is a scam site spent £40 stupidly assumed it was a UK site. I also didn’t check it was secure which it isn’t. Ordered £40 worth of goods, got a cushion filled with what looks like apple pip seed cases. Asked for a refund and returned label and was basically told I could keep the cushion and gave me 10% off their discount site worldsmarket-shop.com which sells fake handbags and trainers.

I’ve contacted my bank and they told me to stop what I was doing it would be bad for my credit. Fuming!

FITNESSUPLIFT.COM - New scam site based in China.

flirtydesires.com - Scam site based in Germany. A reader reported...

DONOT SIGN UP FOR FLIRTYDESIRES as they will scam you even if you uncheck the bonus boxes for additional trials they will still charge your creditor card full price. I signed up for 3 day trial only and got charge an additional service and some bonus sites listed donot exist.
I got charged 24.99 and 39.99 for services I did not sign up for. They claim once you sign up for 3 day trial @3.97 you automatically accept the other services even if you do not check the boxes you want them and will be charge the two other fees. This is FRAUD and very misleading

FORCECHEMICALSPLAZA.COM - A friend of mine dies after he get drugs from Ukranian site

This is the drugs siteFORCECHEMICALSPLAZA.COM/

and this is the shipping companyNOVAEXPRESSLINES.COM/

AND THEN THEY ASK ME MORE MONEY.

forshopdones.com - Does not deliver merchandise that was ordered.

flexmining.ltd

fuckbook.tv - a reader reported that this site makes unauthorized charges to you credit card and will not cancel membership.

funeralhomechurch.com - A scam site based in Turkey. A reader reported "I ordered a pair of Hardcourt Adidas trainers for Christmas. I received a tracking number after paying £59.99 and was excited to see it coming.

When it arrived from America, via China (thought that was strange)a pair of cheap sunglasses turned up. I thought it must have been a mistake and since have been trying to contact them with no luck. So annoyed as this is the second time I have been scammed in a couple of months"

fxcryptotrading.org

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gearcluster.top

general-kicks.top - Scam site based in China.

getunders.top - This is a new site with very little information available about it. We received a report that this site is promoting custom made items they cannot possibly have. See comment below.

"I run an etsy store selling one off handmade items and just found one of my sold items listed as for sale on a site called- getunders.top they obviously don’t have the item because I sold it. They are even using my photos and shop description as theirs. I suspect everything on the site has been lifted from etsy or other stores like it." -Becky

get-sms.com - I made an account on http://get-sms.com in order to receive some SMS on a russian virtual phone numberAfter I transferred some dollars into this account I receive a number : 0079878518982 (even if I made several attemps I get the same number.

Of course SMS never received, site is a fake and stole your money.

Getbiowhite.com

got2save.ca

greatdealshop.com

greencoininvest.com - Also known as GreenCoin Investments or GreenCoin or GreenCoin Invest. Click on link to read full review. It is not licensed to sell investments. Any money given to GreenCoin will be lost and unrecoverable.

Another reader reported; "I invested in greencoininvest.com and it got to time of withdrawal I tried to withdraw then I was charged to pay $50 before my withdrawal because I attempted withdrawing when they just increased my profit, I didn't assume that something was wrong so I decided to pay installmental payment till the $50 was completed then I asked them if I can withdraw since I have paid it up however they gave me excuses that there was a delay in the payment that I should pay another $50 which I did and the told me that I can withdraw so I requested withdrawal but no bitcoin or money was sent to my wallet but to them the claimed that the have sent the money."

Read our full investigation of here: Is Green Coin Invest a Scam?


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Habatim.com - This is a scam site. The phone number on the site is also linked to at least two other scam websites. 

Here's what a reader reported - People should avoid Habatim.com It's a shopping website and they offer products cheaper than other major companies. They even give you the tracking # for UPS and if you track it says it's delivered right in your town (obviously you never will get that shipment delivered to your home).

They have a way to access UPS tracking and pick the tracking # that delivers to your town and provide you with that tracking #. When you call UPS, you will only find out that tracking number belongs to someone else in your town.

If you try to dispute through Paypal, Paypal denies your case as seller provides Paypal with the same tracking # you receive and it will say "delivered". If you try to contact Habatim.com customer support (support@icheap.net) the email returns undeliverable. If you try to call them it rings twice and the line just gets disconnected.

Also, if you look into the tracking # it has weight of the shipment and you will realize their shipment weights are very off from what you have ordered. I ordered a box of 160 diapers. The shipment weight says "0.1 lbs".

hanliensianlodge.org.uk - This site is not secure and is probably hosted in China. Reports of not sending merchandise.

hanypon.com - Scam site based in Russia

hashmonster.io - This is a known scam site and considered high-risk. There are reports online that this site loads malware on your computer when you visit.

hemplifetoday.com - A reader commented - hemplifetoday.com sells CBD Oil products. The website will take your order, they will provide you with an order #, a usps tracking # and collect your money. They will email you and tell you your order will arrive in 3-7 business days however they will never ship the order. If you request a refund for not shipped orders they will tell you that your refund is being processed but it never arrives. Any questions via email will advise that they are having shipping delays and that you will receive your order in 5-7 days. They will not return any phone calls.

If you check the BBB website in Denver for hemplifetoday you will see more than 30 complaints and reviews in the last 30 days that all say the same thing. Customers waiting upwards of 4 months for their orders promised, money collected and no refunds given.

This company takes your money and sends nothing yet the website remains up and running presumably taking orders from other unaware customers. Asking for a refund also yields NO results.

They are scammers, liars, thieves and scum!

hd-deals.com

hexacoinchain.com

hospsale.xyz (one of many identical cloned sites - all scams)

hukcdn.com - Based in China and not safe. We have received complaints that merchandise that is paid for is never shipped.

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imaxdeals.com - A scam site based in China.

intrgroup.com - Scam site based in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines where brokers are not regulated.

A reader reported "This is a trading company. The first conman that acted as my account manager was really convincing, his name is James Perkins. He didn’t pressurise me to invest. I decided to invest a small amount, around £200, he increased it and I withdrew it. This, along with his smooth convincing talk, convinced me to invest almost £4K.

It slowly started to increase but then it dropped and another conman called Mark Stevens contacted me. He said that James had been suspended after making some odd trades, and that he would take over as my account manager.

He was very aggressive and told me he would increase my deposit fast but I had to pay £1500 insurance. I refused and he started to pressurise me. At this point I realised it was a scam. AVOID!"

iopsmalls.top - This site is probably in China. It has a low trust rating.

A reader comments...

"Another scam site I accidently bumped into while searching for model train I wanted to get so bad. Seems like this website grabs anything people search online and create fake product listing. Loks nice and pretending to look legitimate. I made order, costing $32. However after "transaction successful, order processing" - there were no signs of activity or shipment of product. Yet it actually charged my $44 on my account! 1 month- I kept contacting their assumed "24/7 customer service" - no responses. When scanning their web address , it routes through CLOUD proxy service. Looking up website owner data- there are fake name for all entities, fake address of non-existing street in Texas. Fake fraud website! Wish there were better web police that could take down such trash off web, and protect online unsuspecting shoppers."

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JellyNova.com

jogdrotours.com - I purchased a flannel shirt from jogdrotours.com worth $77 US they sent me a tshirt worth $5 when I told them they said the best they could do was a 20% refund and that I could give the shirt as a gift to family member. This company operates out of China and poses as a clothing website. They are frauds and scammers.

justdealsstore.com

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kayafx.com

keyeyewear.com - Reader reports that this site only takes money but does not deliver the products that were ordered.

kimioutlet.top - This is a non-secure, high-risk site based in China. Below a reader comments on his experience with this site:

"Found a hard to find window relay for a 1984 Ramcharger online at this website on June 4, 2018. Ordered relay, paid with credit car, received a receipt and order number. Never received relay or shipping tracking number. E-mailed company four times, no reply. Called customer service number listed, lady informed me that the number called was not even related to website and that she had numerous calls for website. She stated that website was a scam."

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laertu.com

ledflamelamp.com - This site is based in China and has a low trust rating.

letoyen.com - Scam site based in China.

Likida.es

loveonlineshop.com - Suspicious site based in an unknown country. Reader comment below:

Hi,

I’m being scammed by this site (loveonlineshop.com/)! Please beware of this online site! Bought cheap bags (Long Champ) some time 1st week of May (SGD253.01) however when I checked with them around mid of May, a customer service via email advised me that my order can only be delivered after 2 months from my purchase date. Knowing the long delivery period, I decided to request for a refund around mid of May and followed up the refund status until end of May. The reply from the customer service only advised that refund will take a month or more. So I just asked them to proceed and I will wait. After my holidays (3 weeks), I sent another follow-up email yesterday (27/06) about the status of my refund but after checking today, still no reply from them. I browsed on their site again today (28/06) hoping I could get any update but to my surprise, the site could not be found anymore! I am scammed! I paid for this online purchase using a credit card. Can you please advise whether I can request for an investigation on my bank side as they will have the payee details to refer to on the payment?

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medspharmacyonline.com

modesoless.com <=(Click to read full report)

mraac.com - This site was brought to my attention by musician friend in the Czech Republic. So I did a dummy cart fill with 20 Nord stage 3 stage keyboards which should normally take Clavia a good few weeks to produce and the current stock levels for the whole UK fall short of that number by a good margin! Nevertheless they filled my cart without any ‘out of stock’ error. I’ve googled the ‘site contact’ : – neil stott 14 elm gardens mitcham surrey cr4 1ly United Kingdom and he operates out of a suburban semi-detached house according to google maps (if that really is his address). Strangely we encounter our old friend kitchenew.com in the search results and apart from the products with ridiculous discounts, the sites are identical in every respect.

Multicoinbank

mylearningcube.com - I should have become suspicious when the person trying to sell me a class was so desperate.After sending $350 (discounted from $400) to their site, it promised pre-class access to content so I could study ahead of time. (about DevOps)None of the buttons would take me anywhere that did anything.They even had a $99 button that I’m sure would have charged me another $99 if I had clicked on it. When I complained they said it was a fluke.Now I am trying to get my money back but have no expectations about this scam site.

machifa.co.uk - new site, but has many complaints online that products are never delivered. 

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nkinstock.top - Scam site based in China

NOVAEXPRESSLINES.COM - A friend of mine dies after he get drugs from Ukranian site

nutricaoviva.com

n3mbl.com - high-risk site based in China.

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ocdetgoods.com

ouapsale.top

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paylessdailyonline.com

peacedeniseyoga.com

Phoenixbar.co.nz - Scam site based in China.

pinnerdairy.co.uk

powerls.vip - Scam site based in China.

Prison Pharmacy Guy on YouTube - We received a comment from a reader who claimed the Prison Pharmacy guy took his money but did not send the products he ordered.


purebredsamoyed.com - Listed as suspicious by ScamAdviser, online complaints state that after dogs are paid for they are never sent.


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rapidhoster.co.uk - A reader commented that this company could not be trusted and that the company does not respond to support tickets. ScamAdviser reports that the country of origin for rapidhoster cannot be determined.

Real-Bavaro-Celeste.de - My mother was caught by this one (though I blame myself, I should have paid through my Paypal) – she used her credit card and the affiliates in my country aren’t very helpful, especially as it wasn’t relatively that much money.

Anyway: my mother is a German national living in the Med, so when she found a website with the Adidas logo displayed throughout, and selling other brand name merch, she was pretty happy. So she sent for a pair of sandals (Tamaris) and was billed €55. I happened to hear my colleagues talking about being scammed by sites which seemed to be in Europe but which were actually Chinese.

I urged her to check her credit card online, and she’d actually been billed about 452 CNY, the equivalent to €61. I went to the website, and realised that the actual URL was real-bavaro-celeste.de/

Every link on the site redirects to that URL, even the so-called facebook and twitter links.All this would have been ok (I’ve bought from Chinese websites in the past – not all of them are scammers), if she’d actually received the sandals – but what came was some plastic crap, brand name Meixing.

My mother immediately wrote a complaint using their ‘contact’ form, but I’m not expecting anything. Oh, and they were very clever in choosing their URL – unlike other scamming sites, when you try and google it, you only get lots of links referring to European soccer teams

rebeccahowse.com.au - This site appears to be hosted in Turkey. Turkey is a high-risk country. See report below.

"Bought a pair of shoes from rebeccahowse.com.au. The shop is not located in Australia as the email would suggest but in fact a chinese company. It took over a month for my shoes to arrive and I had zero contact with seller. I tried many times to get an update with no luck. The shoes that arrived where different brand, worth a third of the shoes I ordered and the wrong size. I would avoid."

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safesslbillpay.com - Scam site based in China.

saleairshop.com - Scam site based in China

Salerush.top

saleinbag.com

samcuutrading.com - Over the last few months, we have received a number of phone calls inquiring about our physical address and whether we sell eggs. We do not sell eggs because we are an estate agency. These people then proceed to tell us that our address was given to them by the person that they were dealing with and that they are suspicious that it may be a scam.

Yesterday a gentleman walked into our office and had the same story to tell but this time we got more information. He said that he spoke to a guy by the name of Hussain and that he got in touch with him via the company website which samcuutrading.com. These people wanted him to pay over a 30% deposit on a huge order for fish products. He then flew from Canada to come and meet with these people and apparently met with 3 people in Joburg who all gave him the runaround.

They said that the CEO of the company was to busy to meet with him. That's when he became suspicious and started tracking down the physical address listed on the website. The address on the website is in the Free State and is where our estate agency has been situated at for the last 20+ years. This website and this company is an outright scam! At first glance, the website looks legit and professional but start looking closer at things like the address which states it's in the Free State and Gauteng. It says that they deal agricultural products and stationery but the products listed are very different.

SearchQuarry.com - This site appears to be based in Germany. ScamAdviser gives it a low trust rating. Below a reader comments on her experience with this site.

Please add SearchQuarry.com to your list. They tell you they have the report you need, but when you pay $2.95 for it, you are automatically signed up for a $24.95 per month membership that you can cancel within 5 days. When you find out they do not actually have the report you purchased, you immediately cancel your membership. They give you the cancellation quickly but still charged you $2.95 for a report that never existed.

sentuc.com

Sharperday.com

shdcdt.info - Scam site based in China.

shoppingcustomer.com - Bought air Force 1 Nike's for 40$ and found out it's from the same guy that has been doing most of y'all scams, after that I realized I messed up.

shoesmonline.com - A reader reported this to be a scam website. It's a new site with no online reputation. Typically, scam sites are new. As they reputation as a scam site grows to the point they are not making money, the site is abandoned. Here's what a reader had to say about shoesmonline.com;

 "... shoesmonline.com is a scam site. They sent me terrible knock offs. A resolution goes unanswered." 

simpleitnetworks.co.uk - A reader commented that this company could not be trusted and that the company does not respond to support tickets. ScamAdviser reports that the country of origin for simpleitnetworks.co.uk cannot be determined.

smartsaledeals.com

smitgoods.top

sofonines.com - Does not ship merchandise that was ordered and does not make refunds.

squarecube.shop

super.fridayublack.com - A reader reported: "super.fridayublack.com is a full scam site. delivering fake sunglasses and refuse to refund. DO NOT USE!!!!"

supremevi.com - Bought air Force 1 Nike's for 40$ and found out it's from the same guy that has been doing most of y'all scams, after that I realized I messed up.

sv-hochstellerhof.de - This is a China based company posing as a German company. ScamAdviser has issued a caution for this website because China is a high-risk country for ecommerce.

szytrade.top - Scam website based in China.

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techoffersmall.com

thebespokepoet.co.uk

thebestviptips.com - A reader reported;

"He gives out sporting tips which mostly lose but on his results page he put different selections to the ones you pay for and surprise surprise most of them win.
He did not get me for much money only 30 EURO but I just want make sure he does not get anybody else."

toocstore.com

topselloffers.com


Torchexpro.com - a new scam site based outside of the United States launched to take advantage of Christmas shoppers. Does not ship products ordered.


Trendosity

Trendoscity

Therighthookshop.Com - trendoscity.com offers comic and movie collectors free products where the buyer simply pays shipping. Once the item paid for a bogus order number is provided via text. Tracking information is never provided. Emails and texts are not answered. Items never show up.

The company also goes by “TRENDOSITY”, TRENDOSCITY” and “THERIGHTHOOKSHOP.COM”. All of which seem to be scams.

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Uhrpstore.top - Uhrpstore.top is a big scam, dont buy anything of this site. Got a mail that they drawn the amount then nothing more. Mailadress to this fraud is support@shoppingcustomer.com

ubdua.com - ScamAdviser warns that this site is High Risk and a scam.

unofficial-uk.co.uk -  A reader reports their experience with this website..."My credit card was copied and the money gone , The bank told me this after they cancel my card for security."

updatedstore.top - Scam site based in China.

upstpost.com

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validmarket.ws - This is not a secure website and it is reported that they will hijack member's accounts to write fake reviews.

"[validmarket.ws] Is a scam, the escrow and all the vendors there, that one person. after paying the admin will change your account details leaving only the username and then will write a positive review using your account. The reviews are fake."

vipmallclub.com

vmdcogoods.top

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wellstockstore.com - This site is rated suspicious with a low trust rating by ScamAdviser. A reader comments...

"wellstockstore.com IS A SCAM and will attempt to use any credit cards you have entered for purchases that are NOT valid to begin with. They have a Ukraine (?) url per web as well as a 3 mos. of age site in CA (?). DO NOT ATTEMPT TO USE THIS WEBSITE."

widobsale.top - This site is considered "High Risk" by ScamAdviser. It is probably hosted in China.

wigstyleofficial.com - This is a clone website of another wig scam, careappearance.com which is based in China.

A reader commented "CareAppearance.com is a wig supply 3rd party operation that is scamming people all over the internet and social media with false images of products. They advertise at get deals around $40 USD and give one away for free or further discount.

Then once you order they charge your credit card and wait over 30 days to send out the merch. Then you are tracking a ghost order that is replaced by a cheaper discontinued item they sent in place of the one you were so in love with.

They know the credit card company will take long with investigations and most people will not have evidence to prove their argument after 6 weeks or more of waiting on the product. They will argue your claim to cc company to keep your money so take pictures or screen snap all your transactions. buyer beware

worldsmarket-shop.com - This site is based in China and has a low trust rating

wwccsoutlet.top - Scam site based in China

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yoostylish.com - yoostylish is a scam shopping website based in China. If you order from them, you will not receive your purchase or you will receive an inferior product. IF you get a product and wish to return it, returning a product is not practical as you will have to pay shipping and it will take a long time. yoostylish uses images stolen from reputable websites like Nordstroms. You can easily prove this to yourself. When using Google as your browser, visit the yoostylish website. Right click on any image. A menu will appear, choose "Search Google for Image." You will see the website where the image was stolen from.

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Zuchic.com -  YES Zuchic is a scam! Website looks legit, but buyer beware!!!!

Received shoes this week which were so poorly made, they looked like CRAP, nothing like the pictures provided on their website! They didn’t fit properly either so I emailed the service department of the company for their return policy, and was continually told they would give me 15% off my next order if I just kept the goods!!!! They know that we would not use up the 15% on another order after this experience – they win! Shipping back to China would be expensive… Yes, China! No indication on their website that their goods would be coming from China.

I was also told not to use the return address on the original shipping package, probably because it was a bogus address. Three emails and they still would not give me the China return address. I wanted my money back! I have 14 days to return this shipment and a week has already gone by. This was all too incredible to believe… so I started a dispute with PayPal and the BBB for starters. I have seen three different company names and two different email addresses for this online store. Their website looks legit, but those running this scam are scum.

Not sure where this fight will take me, but I feel I need to do my due diligence and alert all of you!

Best regards,
Mary

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    1. Do not trust Paidsocialmediajobs.com! It is concealing the country where it is hosted. There are scam sites hosted with it.
      ScamAdviser gives a low trust score.

    1. Hi, Beverly!

      I found several companies and websites using the Britcon name. What is the full domain name?
      I’ll look into it.

      Gary

    1. Hi, Emmanual!

      Greencoininvest.com looks extremely suspicious.

      It’s a new website with the same London address as a construction company. There is no mention of any real person associated with the company.
      Also, the most alarming detail is that in the FAQ on the Greencoininvest.com website, they claim there is no risk.

      A licensed financial adviser or professional investor would never claim there is no risk. There is ALWAYS risk.

      It looks like a scam. Greencoininvest.com will get as much money from people as it can before its reputation is known and then it will vanish from the internet.

      Thanks for bringing this site to my attention. I’ll post a review of it later today.

      Gary

      1. I invested in greencoininvest.com and it got to time of withdrawal I tried to withdraw then I was charged to pay $50 before my withdrawal because I attempted withdrawing when they just increased my profit, I didn’t assume that something was wrong so I decided to pay instalmental payment till the $50 was completed then I asked them if I can withdraw since I have paid it up however they gave me excuses that there was a delay in the payment that I should pay another $50 which I did and the told me that I can withdraw so I requested withdrawal but no bitcoin or money was sent to my wallet but to them the claimed that the have sent the money.

        1. Hi, Emmanuel!

          Thanks for sharing your experience with greencoininvest. It is indeed a scam. I’m sorry you lost money.
          I’ve written a full investigation of greencoininvest. You can read it here. https://scamavenger.siterubix.com/is-greencoin-a-scam

          Thanks for stopping by,

          Gary

        1. Hi, John!

          nkinstock.top is a scam site based in China.

          Thanks for bringing this site to my attention.

          I’ll add it to the list of scam sites.

          Gary

  1. Could you check Ariatxs.com
    I ordered shoes from this site. I received a welcome email and a order confirmation order, placed on 10/6/19 but when I try to check my order status the page or website isn’t found???

  2. I was scammed from number +16197865887 in WhatsApp and scamm courier company transdexlogisticsexpress.com and they ask totally huge amounts again and again for safe delivery packages with diplomatic shield.
    the same scammer is on haven app

  3. Hi Gary
    Would you let people know that shoesmonline.com is a scam site. They sent me terrible knock offs. A resolution goes unanswered. Cheers and thanks,-peter

  4. Kindly check about GoneGlobal. They have many webpages e.g. Iranianpersonals.com/ or DesiKiss.com etc.

    Are they safe or scam? Shall I pay or not?

    1. Hi, David,

      I could not find any complaints about the two websites you mention or any indication they are scams.
      However, I do not recommend them. Have you tried eHarmony? eHarmony is well established with
      a good reputation.

      Thanks for stopping by,
      Gary

  5. fuckbook.tv is scam page , there are taking money from the people without any authorization and don’t want to refund and cancel the subscription. Later after stealing people card information and making withdrawal without authorization as well. Stay out from this page

  6. cash-wu.com is fake.
    tony legit wu transfer is scam ,
    i send bitcoin usd350 get nothing ……..becareful stay away.

    1. Hi, Sad Girl!

      I’m sorry you lost money with Tony. He appears to be a scammer based in Russia. Cash-wu.com is a brand new website.
      I’ll add it to the list.

      Thanks for bringing this site to our attention,
      Gary

  7. Hi,

    OC DETGOODS COM – This is a scam site!

    Reviews including mine here: scamadviser.com

    I got my money back from the credit card company.

    Monica

    1. Hi, Monica!

      Thanks for bringing this site to my attention. I’ll add it to the list.

      I’m glad you were able to get your money back.

      Thanks for stopping by,
      Gary

  8. What are the chances of getting just a straight list of the domains?

    I want to be able to implement a technical solution. It occurred to me that the same way that I block ads at my router, using a hosts file (this is also really popular on cellphones), could be done for a known list of scam sites. Trying to find a list though looks like it’s going to be a giant pain in the backside (though I’m hoping I’ll have help soon. I’m going to be talking to some people who might be able to throw some resourcing behind such an effort).

    1. Hi, Nevyn!

      Norton and McAfee track scam websites. You may be able to get a comprehensive list of scam sites from them.

      Gary

  9. Gary, you can add btmd.online#
    to your list. Ordered and paid for PC Monitor and Tablet in Dec, did not deliver, have not responded to eight requests. Apparently the home company is Phone Number: 852-66382369. QANDIES LIMITED. Address: 2.27 Romer House Lewisham High Street, London, England, SE13 6EE . I got taken in, trying to prevent others from getting caught. .

    1. Hi, William!

      I’m sorry you were scammed by btmd.online. We are in the midst of an epidemic of these sorts of scams. It will probably get worse.
      Thanks from bringing this site to my attention. I’ll add it to the list and write a report on it in the coming days.

      All the best,
      Gary

  10. I went searching for legitimate ‘work from home’ websites. What a MESS!. Then I received 2 (two) proposals from companies that do “re-packaging’. I decided to freelance with both companies. I received vast amount of packages that were sent to be re-shipped to different people. Bottom line; when it came time to be paid, both companies seemed to disappear. I can’t seem to get any background information on either company. The companies in question are: Crantol Insurance from Boston MA, also, FastDelivery4U. This company always shows 5-6 hours ahead of EST. ??????

    1. Hi, Laurisa!

      I’m sorry you had such a bad experience with these companies. FastDelivery4U.com is a suspicious website. I’m still investigating Crantol Insurance.
      I agree, once you start looking for ‘work from home’ opportunities the legitimate ones are few and far between.

      I wrote an article about how to find legitimate work from home jobs. You can read it here: https://scamavenger.siterubix.com/work-at-home-jobs

      If you enjoy writing, Textbroker.com is an easy place to get started. They will train you for free.

      If you want to earn more and enjoy passive income, affiliate marketing might be for you.
      It doesn’t cost anything to get started. You can learn more about affiliate marketing here:
      https://scamavenger.siterubix.com/online-entrepreneur-certification

      Thanks for telling me about these companies. I’ll add FastDelivery4U to the list.

      Gary

    1. Hi, Natalie!

      Dresshead is a scam site based in China. If you order anything from them you will lose your money.

      Thanks for bringing Dresshead to my attention. I’ll write a full review of it in the coming days.

      Gary

  11. Hi there. I’m just wondering if you can tell me if aussiecamera.com is a legitmate company/website or if it is a scam site. We’ve just put in an order with them and although the funds haven’t been taken from our bank just yet I have this nagging feeling that perhaps we may have been a bit quick to jump in without doing our homework first.

    1. Hi, Debbie!

      AussieCamera.com is a scam website. I’ll have a full report on it in a day or two. For now, you can go to https://www.scamadviser.com/check-website/aussiecamera.com to see it’s a “High Risk” website that is concealing where it is hosted, a scammer tactic. Also, scroll to the bottom of the page to read what people are saying about the site. I’m sorry I had only bad news. See full report here:

      Thanks for bringing this site to our attention. We’ll post our findings to, hopefully, save others from this site.

      Gary

        1. Hi, Jay!

          winter-shoes-shop is a scam based in China. At best they are counterfeit shoes. However, if you order from them, you probably won’t receive anything at all.

          Thanks for bringing this website to my attention. I’ll write a detailed article about them in the next day or two.

          Thanks for stopping by,
          Gary

  12. re: 2n2pd.com

    This seems to be a scam site. I ordered two pairs of womens boots on October 21, 2018. The website said I would be sent a tracking number and that the boots would be shipped in 8-10 business days. After two weeks I sent them an email from their site asking them for the tracking number.

    On November 5, 2018 I sent them an email from their site telling them that I had not received the boots. Then I did some further research and found that there had been numerous complaints from others and they stated it was a fake site. I have not received any replies from the site.

    On November 7, 2018 I reported the order as fraud to my credit card company, they are doing a fraud investigation and they cancelled my card and are sending a replacement one. Thank goodness I put it on my credit card!

    Finally on November 12 or 13, 2018 I received a shipment of no name athletic shoe. I notified them right away of the error, and or course, no response.

    I will be shipping back the wrong shoes this week.

    1. Hi, Christine!

      Thank you for brining 2n2pd.com to our attention. It does indeed appear to be a scam website. I’ve written more about it here.

      Glad to hear you used your credit card!

      Gary

  13. I have to report. discountdressshop.com is another fake store. I ordered 375 dollar item with free shipping,
    I just got the tattered dress. It’s spoiled, I’m sure it’s a scam site.

    1. Hi, June!

      discountdresshop does have complaints and Scamadviser urges caution. I found this phone number on the discountdressshop website: 714-982-7352. If you paid with a credit card, contact your credit card provider. You may be able to get your money back.

      Gary

    1. Hi, Doug!

      nmmumalls.top looks like a scam site. It’s a new website without an online reputation. However, the website is not secure which is typical of scam sites. Also, it is foolish to do business with a site that is not secure. In my experience, commercial websites that do not use the .com suffix are often scams. With very few exceptions, every website I’ve investigated that has the suffix .top has been a scam. Finally, the text on the website appears to have been written by someone who is not fluent in English, yet another sign of a possible scam site. I recommend that you avoid this site.

    1. zamoney.site is a very dangerous scam website. The scam works like this. You are promised that you can make easy money by simply viewing ads. However, in order to get paid, you must profide zamoney with your financial information. THAT is what they are after. They want into your financial accounts. You won’t make money with zamoney. You will only lose money. Scam sites like zamoney have a very short lifespan as once they are discovered to be scams, they quickly die only to be reborn with a new name and website.

  14. Wondering if dggrmarket.top is a fake. Was searching for a specific paint catalyst, which they show an actual photo of, Just feels dodgy, though.

  15. Gary,

    Is gat-bd.com a legitimate website? I want to order something from that site but I’m afraid that it’s a scam.

    What do you think?

    Thank you.

    1. Hi, Bailey!

      gat-bd.com looks like a scam site. It is blocking its domain registration which is typical of a scam site. These sites often advertise on Facebook or by email. I recommend you avoid this site. It is highly suspect.

      Gary

  16. Hey guys, I always google a website for scam reports. You guys really helped me out here.

    The shipping was all I had to pay for $15.95 for 3 mini photo booths plus a free photo stand.

    If it is too good to be true, it probably is!

    Shoppazi.com almost got here.

    1. Wish I had checked here first! Shoppazi got me unfortunately. Sad part is that I usually check before purchasing. The ONE Time i didn’t…… smh

    2. Shoppazi got me as well. At least the site and FB pages are down, so nobody else should fall prey, but with the exposure they had on both IG and FB, it seemed like a decent site. At least they only got me for $10, but I should have known something was wrong when I got no response to my e-mail inquiring about the shipping. Lesson learned.

      1. Yes, shoppazi got my $10 too for the mini photo studio and tripod. I’m wondering if I can pursue through VISA which I used to pay?

  17. Hi, could you check this website edmundsautomobileltd.com. They are selling cars with a very cheap prices.

    I think there are something wrong.

    1. Hi, David!

      edmundsautomobileltd.com looks suspicious. It’s a new website and they are blocking their true identity and location. Also, there is no information on the site about who they are. This is classic behavior of a scam website. Legitimate websites know they must prove they are trustworthy. All this site offers is a promise of cheap cars, but you have no way of knowing if they can deliver the car. I bet they can’t.

      Thanks for bringing this site to our attention.

      Gary

  18. Just ordered from Shoppazi – like a fool.
    There are no contact details on their site and the email confirmation is received from a gmail!!!

    1. Hi, Nicole!

      Don’t beat yourself up. Shoppazi is a slick. If you paid by credit card or debit card, contact your financial institution. They may refund your money.

      Gary

    2. Shop Pazi just got me too. I was about to email them about my order when I thought I should probably look them up. At least they didn’t charge my card for more than the amount they said…

        1. Hi, Julian!

          Do ask your bank or credit card company to refund the money. Usually, if you report the scam within a reasonable amount of time, they will refund your money.

          Gary

  19. Check out this online shopping site that is based in Spain but i thought was a British company because of the Wellindal.co.uk I ordered goods from them. they said 2 weeks delivery. Got nothing asked them where’s my goods. They said sorry we haven’t got them because they have stopped manufacturing them. We can pay you back in points ?? or if you want a refund it will be 2 weeks. waited and waited still no refund well over a month later. I bombarded them with hundreds of emails demanding my money back. They then said their payment platform is down and completely ignored me. I researched them and it’s run by Bilua E-Commerce S.L. and found they are doing this to everybody. I decided to go to the European trading standards who soon sorted them out in getting my money back for me.

  20. Looking for some replacement power tools and I came across a site that has special deals that seem way too low. Can you tell me if this is legit?

    1. Hi, Greg!

      xtoolson.com is a new website without an online reputation. The Whois data is blocked for this site which is a tactic of scam sites. Also, in the FAQ the site reveals they will accept Western Union money orders. This is highly suspicious. When a purchase is made with a money order that money is gone forever. I advise that you avoid this website.

      Thanks for bringing it to our attention,
      Gary

      1. I agree. The site is a scam. If you check the domain name, you will fine it’s created 10 days ago. But if you look at the reviews “people” left in any product, the date was more than 10 days. Those reviews are totally fake. Stay away from this site and I also marked it as scam in Facebook.

  21. Is modesoles.com a scam ,they took my money and haven’t delivered my items and haven’t sent any follow up mail after the initial one confirming the order
    And shoppazi.com as well.
    I’d like to know

    1. Hi, Glen!

      I’m sorry but setoutfit.top is a scam site. There are several complaints online about it. If you go to ScamAdviser.com and enter the url, you find some complaints. If you paid with a credit card or debit card contact them. You may be able to get your money back.

      Thanks for bringing this site to our attention. We’ll add it to our list.

      Gary

  22. I made a purchase last week from dyveonline.top — I got an order confirmation but nothing since then and no response to 3 emails. I see that they are listed on the whois.net website but it doesn’t give me any specifics. Can you tell me anything else about this site?

    1. Hi, Bill!

      I’m sorry but dyveonline.top is a scam site based in China. If you paid by credit card or debit card, contact your bank or credit card company.

      Thanks for bringing this site to our attention. We’ll add it to our list.

      Gary

  23. If you look up “King Thompson Santa Clara California” you can see this scammer’s latest sites. Sometimes he just copies/pastes etsy ads right onto his website – non delivery / credit card theft. Open for business now is

    loyalstores.top

    Look it up online at whois.net to find out who owns any of the suspicious websites you might find & you can report them there or contact their server & report them.

    1. Hi, Eric!

      Thanks For bringing nisaic.top to our attention. It’s a scam site based in China. We’ll add it to our list.

      Gary

  24. I am wondering if nutricaoviva.com is a scam. There are no advertisements for protected payment at the bottom of the page, I can’t tell where they are shipping from and the prices are cheap. I have not purchased anything.

    Kind regards
    Chrystal

  25. I’m pretty sure orbistore.top is a scam site although they only charged me for what i bought still havent recieved the damn thing and its been over a month.

    1. It’s a new site and I can’t find any information about it. However, it is a poorly built site and the writing is awkward as if a non-English speaker wrote it. I cannot say it is a scam, but it looks suspicious.

  26. can you tell me if alderandcostore.com is a scam – I ordered a drill and no confirmation email and the website has been unreacheable since I place the order Thanks

    1. Hi, Dave!

      alderandcostore.com is a new website with no online reputation. However, my analysis, based on their website alone, is that it is indeed a scam site. I recommend you avoid it. I think you’ll only be disappointed. Their About page talks about t-shirts, but the website appears to promote all sorts of high-end products at a steep discount. This is typical scam behavior.

      Thanks for stopping by,
      Gary

      1. Gary– you are correct- they are a scam. Their website is down now. I had to file a dispute with my CC company – they said I will get a refund in a few weeks. Thanks !!

  27. Hi,

    I would like to know if Shop Pazi is a scam? they are giving a cleaner for free and you only have to pay for shipping. and shipping to Africa is $6.

    Thank you

    1. Hi, Alfreda!

      If you mean shoppazi.com, that site appears to be under construction. It’s a brand new site with no online reputation, so I cannot determine if it is legitimate or not. My instinct is that it is NOT a reliable website because of the shotty appearance. I’d avoid it. They don’t appear to offer anything that is essential or desirable.

      Thanks for stopping by,
      Gary

        1. Hi, NHD!

          shoppazi.com is a brand new website and does not have an online reputation. I visited shoppazi.com and the website appears to still be under construction. It looks extremely unprofessional and I suspect it is a scam.

          Gary

        2. Someone has reported on their FB page that they never got the “free” order. So I would avoid them.
          https://www.facebook.com/Shop-Pazi-311795809394232/reviews/?ref=page_internal

  28. Hi. Can you please give me your input on fxcryptotrading.org. I have my suspicions about them, but can not find concrete evidence on the net.

    1. Hi, Amanda!

      fxcryptotrading.org is a new website and very little is known about it, although it appears to be based in the United States. However, if you are looking at fxcryptotrading.org because you want to make money trading cryptocurrencies, please understand that would be foolish.

      The probability that you will make money with cryptocurrencies is extremely remote. You will probably only lose money and you may lose a lot of money. Trading cryptocurrency is NOT investing. It is NOT regulated.

      Since it is NOT regulated outfits like fxcryptotrading.org can do whatever they want and they want to take your money. You can read more about cryptocurrencies here . You may also want to read my article on How to Invest.

      Thanks for stopping by,
      Gary

      1. Hallo Gary. Thanks for your reply. I saw that the site is based in US, but Josh Carey claims that he is from the UK. He offers an investment service and says that he invest your funds manually as well as trading forex and crypto. I asked him to verify himself, but he says that he in entitled to protect his privacy as well as his clients privacy.

        1. Hi, Amanda!

          If he is offering to invest people’s money, he must be licensed with the SEC in the United States and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA), in England.

          You can verify whether he is licensed or not by contacting these agencies. My guess he is NOT licensed or he would have shared his license number and told you how to verify that he’s legal.

          Licensed, professional investors do not promote cryptocurrencies because they know that cryptocurrencies are not investments. Cryptocurrencies have zero intrinsic value. It is impossible to know what they are worth. If you can’t tell what they are worth, you will never know if you’re paying too much for them.

          Related to this is the fact that cryptocurrencies are not regulated anywhere. They are not investments. They are speculation at best and usually just an excuse to take people’s money.

          I strongly encourage you to learn to invest on your own. It’s not difficult and can be rather exciting. Read my article “How to Invest” to understand the difference between investing, gambling and scams. Then read “Rule 1 Investing” to learn a very practical and stress-free way to invest.

          Thanks for keeping me posted,
          Gary

  29. Hi can i ask you guys if ProTypers are legit of scam ? I am working here for solving captches and i want to sure if this web site are paying in Western union. I am from philippines.

    1. Hi, Cathy!

      I’m sorry but Protypers.com is a suspicious website and is linked to known scam sites. There are many complaints online about Protypers. If you do a Google search for “Protypers Complaints,” you’ll find a ton of complaints. Most of the complaints are about not getting paid. Also, there are reports online that the Protypers website has malware on it. The Protypers website conceals who owns the site and where it is based.

      I advise that you do not get involved with ProTypers. At best you will only make a little money after doing a lot of work, but you probably won’t get paid at all.

      Cathy, you write well and can do better than entering captchas for bogus companies like ProTypers.

      If you want to work at home writing or typing. I recommend that you write for TextBroker.com. TextBroker is free to join and will also train you to write for their clients. Textbrokers pays well and, once you are established, you can set your own rate of pay. You can learn more about writing for Textbroker here: https://www.textbroker.com/why-write-at-textbroker

      Or, you can type directly for companies looking for work at home freelancers. This article will tell you more about it Work at Home.

      Good luck!
      Gary

  30. Hello,
    I recently bought a bag from an online store (saleinbag.com) that had no issues. I tried emailing for the tracking number, but there was no response. On my phone the website was secure, but now that I’ve used my laptop the website is not secure. I don’t know what to do. There is no phone number to call, I am really worried. Please help

    1. Hi Andrea!

      Our research indicates that saleinbag.com is a scam site. If you paid by credit card, contact your credit card company. You may be able to get your money back. Also, consider terminating that card as the scammers may continue to make charges to it.

      Thanks for bringing this site to our attention. We’ll add it to our list.

      Gary

  31. Please help mo to determine whether this is a scam or not. This link was being sent to me by my friend in facebook and told me if I click the link I will earn extra income. Every click of this link will earn 5$. I registered
    , and now I already earned 265$. At the end of the month, if I will reach 300$, I will be able to claim my payment through check. I don’t know if this is real or not.

    Thanks,

    1. Hi, Norma!

      I’m sorry but parttimejob.online looks like a scam. Please be careful. The site is very new and it is NOT secure, both indicate a scam. Also, it looks like a scam that gets you when you give them your bank information to get paid. They probably won’t pay you. Instead, they will empty your bank account.

      Gary

  32. Is dailykicks.top a scam? I ordered a camera part from them on June 25, 2018. As of today, August 7, 2018 my order for $23.99 is still pending. The charge went through to my credit card for $25.10 that day. I’ve sent them three emails since then using their in-site email system (so I don’t have their email address), but have not received a reply.

    Their Facebook page seems to link to a similar organization with the name “Daily Kicks” that specializes in shoes. Their about page describes women’s fast fashion. I’ve not seen anything else related to cameras on their page. If the item has shipped from China, I would not expect to have received it yet, but I don’t know how long before I report this to my credit card as a suspected fraudulent charge.

    1. Hi, Chris!

      I can’t say conclusively that dailykicks.top is a scam. In a Whois search, I found a phone number and an address for the owner of the website. Here’s the information:

      Registrant Contact
      Name: Joan Walsh
      Organization: Joan Walsh
      Mailing Address: 4100 Sara Road, Rio Rancho NEW MEXICO 87124-1024 US
      Phone: +1.6157864122

      Give them a call and see what happens.

      Gary

  33. SCAM site: divineoccasions.co.uk

    Order 3 pairs of mens sandals – they delivered 1 pair of a cheap plastic sandals of a different design and have not responded to any communication.

    1. Hi, Daniel!

      I’m sorry but divineoccasions.co.uk is a new scam site based in China. If you paid by credit card, contact your credit card company. You may be able to get your money back.

      Thanks for reporting this site.

      Gary

  34. INERTRUST INTEGRATED INVESTMENT LIMITED
    This is to notify people in Nigeria that this online investment company never exist in Nigeria. It is purely SCAM. Wherever you see this intertrust integrated investment limited in Nigeria kindly report it to police or any governmental enforcement agency for quick action over this SCAM company. This group have duped billions of Naira (Nigeria currency) from innocent citizens of Nigeria. They will ask you to invest any big amount and receive 25% of that amount in one week time which is FRAUD. As time goes on this intertrust integrated investment limited will fold overnight and all you have invested will go like that. They have done it to people in Enugu, Delta, Abuja, Anambra, etc, all Nigeria States. Be warned.

  35. I think silkandcotton.store is a scam, everything seems legit but there is no reliable meathod to cancel orders or get refunds.

    1. Hi, Red!

      Our research doesn’t indicate silkandcotton.store is a scam. However, it is suspicious that they use .store suffix instead of .com.

      Thanks for stopping by,
      Gary

  36. I think I’ve been scammed by massideals.top.
    Is my credit card in danger or was it just a one-time con-job?
    Thanks.

    1. Contact your credit card company, contest the charges and cancel your credit card. The scammers will continue to exploit your credit card if they can.

        1. Hi, Katrina!

          Contact your credit card company immediately. They should have a database that shows sofonines.com is a new scam site based in China. Hopefully, you can get your money back through your credit card company.

          Good Luck!

          Gary

    1. Hi, Anup!

      earneasycommissions.com is relatively new. Plus, the are secretive. You won’t know what they really offer until you join and give them money. Also, they have a strict NO REFUNDS policy. If you give them money, you will not get it back.

      Since their sales video makes it look easy to make money online and because they will not refund your money, my impression is it is either a very expensive training program OR a scam. Either way, my advice is to avoid it.

      Gary

  37. Is eilalt.top website a scam? I actually made a purchase before i checked into the website now i’m worried. If it is a scam what do i need to do?

    1. Hi, Tamara!

      eilalt.top is a scam site based in China. If you paid with a credit card, contact your credit card company immediately, tell them what happened.

      Gary

  38. imaxdeals.com

    Another SCAM website. While I did not personally order from the said website, the prices listed for Alienware laptops are too good to be true. Not only that, the social media buttons are not working and is not linked to any social media page. That alone is a red flag that reeks of being a scam site.

    FYI, everyone. Stay safe.

  39. Hi,
    I bought a pair of shoes from acebarter.com and received a pair of terrible, bad-quality Chinese type of sandals. When I tried to get my money back, I saw they had charged 122€ (two charges on 13 July) instead of the 43€ I thought I’d paid. They answered by telling me they could only refund me 70% of the total. I know it is a scam site, I just want to know if they can charge anything else on my card. These charges happened 17 days ago.

    1. Hi, John!

      Yes, they can charge more to your card. Cancel that card and also tell your credit card company about how you were scammed. They may refund the money.

      Thanks for stopping by,
      Gary

  40. Hello everyone don’t invest in btc-cherry.com they’re scammers they have scammed me and 3 others more than 6000$

    1. Hi, Muzammil!

      I’m sorry you were scammed by btc-cherry.com. Our research shows that it is a new website with an unknown reputation. It has hidden where it is based. A close examination of the website shows that the text was written by a non-native writer. This suggests that the website is indeed fraudulent.

      Thanks for bringing this to our attention. We’ll add it to our list of scam sites.

      Gary

  41. Hi there, I recently visited this site and purchased a pair of hiking boots. The immediate email response was not a “thank you for your order” type email I was expecting but “Please note that “FHT*CHENGWUSM” will be displayed on your credit card statement.
    Thank you for your attention and wish you have a good day. For more information and further assistance, please feel free to contact us by service @ safesslbillpay.com.”

    I logged back onto Phoenixbar and query this email and the next day had a tracking number for an order so assumed all was good.

    After approx. 7 days a pair of hiking boots did indeed arrive however these were not what was ordered, differrent brand, different size and even Mens boots where my order was for womens.
    Having written several “please explain and fix” emails on the “Contact Us” I have had no response so feel that this site should be listed as a scam site.

    I am presuming the only reason they sent me anything was because of my original query to stop me from cancelling my credit card payment. Thankfully my purchase was only for $150 and I do at least have a pair of boots I can sell but am extremely dissatified with Phoenixbar.co.nz.
    Are you able to look into this site for me ? Much appreciated!

    Cheers, Teri

    1. Hi, Teri!

      I’m sorry you were scammed. Our research shows that both Phoenixbar.co.nz
      safesslbillpay.com are scam websites based in China. If you paid by credit card, you may still be able to get your money back if you contact your credit card company. It is clear that the scammers tried to string you along until the charges cleared.

      Thanks for bringing these websites to our attention. We’ll post them with our list of scam sites.

      Gary

      1. Hi Gary thanks for your reply……much appreciated. I put warnings for others on my Facebook page so hope it gets around.
        BTW…..on further inspection the shoes they sent me were fake North Face brand so I wont be on-selling… Will try not to be so impetuous in future!
        You’re doing a great job!
        Cheers, Teri

  42. Hi I Went online and bought a drone from Aussiecamera.com I got a bad feeling about this later. I received an email stating they were receiving my details but if I wanted the order quicker to call them it stated they were a Sydney company based in Australia. When I rang I got no answer I left it to later in the evening and a women answered and stated she was in New jersey this was only after I quizzed her. The woman then put me on hold I waited about 3 minutes then hung up and checked my account they were trying to take the money. I contacted my bank as the payment was pending hopefully it will be caught before payment is processed from my credit card.. Do you know anything about this site
    Thanks
    Deb

    1. Hi, Debra!

      Aussiecamera.com is a new website and is hiding where it is based. I cannot determine conclusively if they are a scam, but I will say their behavior is highly suspicious. I’m putting them on our scam list just the same. Good on you for contacting your credit card company.

      Thanks for bringing this site to our attention,
      Gary

  43. Was wondering about the site ultinty.info. Was considering a purchase but pricing sounds very cheap relative to other legitimate sites like Amazon or eBay.

  44. I am looking at a company called “Millionaire Biz Pro”. Original cost about $47 with an up sell at $97. It advertises a build for you website. You have to contact “your” mentor who will guide you through the process to help build your website. This “coach” then proceeds to attempt another up sell anywhere from a $4995 to almost $7000 to build a much better system. What’s up with this? Any idea?

    1. Hi, Terrance!

      Don’t waste your money on Millionaire Biz Pro. It’s designed to make Derek Maxwell rich, not you. The training is lukewarm and horribly overpriced. Plus, once Maxwell has you on the hook, he’ll keep hammering you with upsells.

      If you really want to know how to make money online the right way, and you’re ready to do the work, sign up for the FREE starter level training in the Online Entrepreneur Certification Course. You can learn more about the FREE training here: https://scamavenger.siterubix.com/online-entrepreneur-certification

      Thanks for stopping by,
      Gary

  45. Hi what about this site: transfershop.top
    got suspicious after reading your website and cancelled my credit card.

    Thanks, J

    1. Hi, Jeannette!

      transfershop.top is a scam site based in China. I’m glad you canceled your credit card. Smart move!

      Gary

    1. Hi, Kay!

      Thanks for bringing updatedstore.top to our attention. It’s yet another scam site based in China. We’ll add it to our list.

      Gary

        1. You’re right, Bob. It’s a scam site based in China. Thanks for bringing it to our attention. We’ll add it to our list.

          Gary

  46. Hi, would you know if general-kicks.top is a legit website. I’m on the verge of paying for an order but decided to tread more cautiously because the offer on the item Schutzhund IPO Waterproof Helper Decoy Scratch Pants Trousers K9 Z Polytanu Sk at $43.99 sounds too good to be true.

    Thank you

    1. Hi, Bo!

      general-kicks.top is a scam site based in China. You’ll only lose money if you do business with them.

      Gary

    1. Hi, Kristyn!

      Vova is a suspicious website with a reputation for charging hidden fees. Attached is an image of a woman complaining about Vova.
      Vova Complaint
      Thanks for stopping by,
      Gary

    1. Hi, Lee!

      We can’t find anything specific to suggest this is a scam. However, it is suspicious that the website is using a subdomain for a business. Also, the site is only 45 days old. Scam sites are often new because they are quickly shut down and must start up over and over again.

      My advice is to not do business with them. It looks risky.

      Thanks for stopping by,
      Gary

    1. Hi, Cathy!

      clothesfirstm.club is suspicious and probably a scam site based in China. Here are the reasons we believe it to be a scam site; the domain is .club, not the usual .com that legitimate businesses use. Also, the website is only 22 days old. Plus, the website is based in China. Add to this that the products are steeply discounted and it looks like a scam site. If you do business with this website, I’m sure you will be disappointed.

      Thanks for stopping by,
      Gary

  47. Hi Gary, thanks for the article and service you provide. I was doing a google search last night to look for an item I am interested in purchasing and came across a site called gearcluster.top. Their prices seem too-good-to-be-true. I’ve surfed around their website and noticed most of the information is written in pretty poor English. They say they accept Visa and Mastercard only. A lot of red flags here. Just wondering your thoughts on this site. Thanks.

    1. Hi, Jayne!

      gearcluster.top is a scam site. Don’t do business with them. We’ll add them to our list of scam sites.

      Gary

  48. Three days ago I bought 4 Oukitel phones from this store: retailphoneshop.com/ and payed €60 for them all with my Paypal account.

    There are lot of reviews on that page, but I don’t know if they are real. Also there is a notification in the left bottom corner of the page saying that X or Y from Z country bought their product.

    I want my money back because I’m pretty sure that I was scammed.

    1. Hi, Manu!

      retailphoneshop.com is a new website and we could not find anything that would suggest it is a scam. If they do not deliver the phone you ordered, file a complaint with PayPal. PayPal is good about refunding money for items that were not delivered. Also, if they do not deliver the phone, please let us know and we will add retailphoneshop.com to our list of scam sites.

      Gary

      1. Hi, I’ve purchase a oukitel 8 from retaiphones.com a few weeks ago, but how the website its down. The e-mail of contact of the website made me suspicious do you think I might have been scammed?

        1. Hi, Rita!

          Yes, I think you were scammed. If you paid by credit card, contact your credit card company. You may be able to get your money back.

          Gary

    1. Hi, Jeff!

      Thanks for reporting anygoods.top. It is indeed a scam site. We’ll add it to our list of scam sites.

      Gary

  49. Salerush.top appears to be a scam site. Just purchased an antique book which said $35 with Free Shipping and was charged $48. Clicked it twice because of an error message, so order went through twice, and shows in my “account” on there twice. When I click Customer Service, it lets me send a message and that is all. There is no way to cancel an order.

    1. Hi, Jenny!

      Thanks for reporting salerush.top. It appears to be a scam site based in China. We’ll add it tour our list of scam sites.

      Gary

  50. Anyone have any experience with AEFair.com? ordered a product that was supposed to ship in 5-8 business days over a week ago but have heard nothing and no replies to messages sent to seller.

    1. Hi, KC!

      There are comments on ScamAdviser.com that AEFair.com is a scam site. You can see these comments if you go to ScamAdviser.com and enter the AEFair.com url in the search bar. I recommend that you contact your credit card company and get your money back.

      Gary

  51. Don’t use madisonvillesoccer.org

    They sell items very very cheap, But its a scam site they use FHT*BJHONGYIX 000 CHN as the payment name on your invoice.

  52. reach-prevalent.top is also a scam. I purchased infrared headphones cost me $21. a month ago. They never shipped it or respond to my messages. They have no email to communicate. Only what they call customer services where you fill a text box similar to this one.

    1. Hi, Mohammed!

      Thanks for bringing reach-prevalent.top to our attention. We’ll add it to our scam list.

      Gary

  53. Likida.es is a scam site selling Skechers and other shoes. They send an item but it is not what you ordered and then they offer to send you your item if you order another at a discounted price. No chance of money back, although they do answer emails.

    Avoid.

    1. Thanks Paul!

      Our research shows that Likida.es is not secure. We’ll add it to our list of scam sites.

      Gary

    1. Our research cannot conclusively determine if sharperday.com. It’s a new site. Also, some of the wording on the site appears suspicious.

  54. I believe farmastore.top is another fake store. I ordered 30 dollar item and my money disappeared completely.

        1. Hi, Shararose!

          If a website uses deception to take anything from people, I consider it a scam. If a website has no integrity, they will use every opportunity to exploit anyone who trusts them. Typically, scam websites will take people’s money, make unauthorized charges, never send a product or send a fake or inferior product. The point is, when I put a website on the scam list, it is to warn others that the site is not what it appears to be and doing business with them will be costly.

          Great question.

          Thanks for stopping by,
          Gary

  55. Good day,
    I would like to get advice related to “onomoney.bid”….is it a trusted link to move on?
    As shared, each time we clicks there is some money accumulated.
    Need advice.

    Thanks

    1. Hi, Andrew!

      onomoney.bid is a scam site that pretends to pay you for watching “Ad Units” and referring your friends. What really happens is under the pretense of paying you, they steal your Paypal or bank info and empty your account. DO NOT TRUST THEM!

      Gary

  56. Hi there while searching for a pair of Tory Burch Sandals I was just redirected to a shop called TOPSHOP email address is n3mbl.com what seemed strange was the shoes I was looking for were selling for a very low price from $350 to $88 plus shipping I entered my address but was hesitant to submit my credit card information can you tell me if this is a legitimate website? They also take visa but not American Express which was the card I was going to use. Thank you for your help

    1. Hi, Rossy!

      n3mbl.com is a high-risk site based in China. You were wise to hesitate doing business with them.

      Thanks for making us aware of n3mbl.com. We’ll add it to our list.

      Gary

  57. Hi,

    I’m being scammed by this site (loveonlineshop.com/)! Please beware of this online site! Bought cheap bags (Long Champ) some time 1st week of May (SGD253.01) however when I checked with them around mid of May, a customer service via email advised me that my order can only be delivered after 2 months from my purchase date. Knowing the long delivery period, I decided to request for a refund around mid of May and followed up the refund status until end of May. The reply from the customer service only advised that refund will take a month or more. So I just asked them to proceed and I will wait. After my holidays (3 weeks), I sent another follow-up email yesterday (27/06) about the status of my refund but after checking today, still no reply from them. I browsed on their site again today (28/06) hoping I could get any update but to my surprise, the site could not be found anymore! I am scammed! I paid for this online purchase using a credit card. Can you please advise whether I can request for an investigation on my bank side as they will have the payee details to refer to on the payment?

    Please advise.

    Thanks,
    Jasmine

    1. Hi, Jasmine!

      We were not able to determine the country where loveonlineshop.com is based. This is very suspicious. Report this to your credit card company. They may be able to refund your money.

      Thanks for reporting this site. We’ll list it with our scam sites.

      Gary

      1. There are plenty of phishing websites I’be been directed to by a scammer who was insisting to be a girl (though my gut tells me he is a man) …. she (or preferably he) wants me to do the age verification claiming she can trust me afterwords.
        So far, she gave me more than 5 sites to verify my age but they are all scare.

        Thanks

  58. Do you know if merrellsale.online is a fake website? I was about to order a pair of Merrell shoes that have been discontinued when I got suspicious. I chatted with a salesperson at Merrell’s official site, and he thought it probably was fake.

    Thanks –

    Peter

    1. Hi, Peter!

      Our sources show that merrellsale.online is based in China and probably a scam.

      Thanks for stopping by,
      Gary

  59. I was wondering about a website under this link laertu.com That is selling extremely low priced and main brands of power tools. Can you please tell me if they are legit.

    Thanks
    Tony

    1. Our research shows that laertu.com is based in Germany and considered a high-risk site. If you do business with them, you will probably lose your money.

    1. Hi, OD!

      Cheapbags2018 is a very new site without a reputation. It redirects to coachfactory2018.com which is NOT a secure site. We advise do not do business with this website. It is suspicious.

      Gary

  60. Hi,

    I want to let you know about job scam website www.computers4humanity.ca

    they hired people and ask them to complete strange tasks using their personal checking accounts.
    I realized that on the second day. They attract me by good salary and flex working hours.
    the website doesn’t work, all contacts do not exist.
    So, be aware, it’s a scam employer.

  61. Greetings,

    I recently made a purchase online from clearanceuss.com for supposedly low prices on sneakers. I paid an additional fee for expedited shipping (didnt have a choice), the site says I should receive my order in 7-10 business days but I have yet to receive my purchase. I purchased the item in May and here we are a month later and I havent received anything. Not even a shipping email. The only email I have received is a confirmation of my purchase. I have emailed several times about my purchase but I have not receive a response. Is this a reputable site?

    1. Hi, Kherry Guy!

      ScamAdviser reports that clearanceuss.com is a new site that is probably hosted in China, and considers it high risk. I’m sorry you may have lost money with them. If you are in the United States you can report your experience to the IC3. You’ll find the contact information here: https://scamavenger.siterubix.com/what-to-do-when-you-get-scammed-online

      Thanks for making us aware of this website. We’ll post it with our list of scam sites.

      Gary

  62. Hi,
    I’d like to add one more web-site so-called selling reebok goods. Everything is $70 or about there, Under pictures you can see descriptions and sizes only for footwear, even if you are looking at backpack.
    My husband ordered Reebok Crossfit backpack, but in fact received adidas replica with broken zip, which costs in reality maximum $7-10.
    Muy husband paid $87.99 (including Freight charges:$10.00). Now seller is not answering to his questions.
    I wish this web-site is closed, so than anyone else can be deceived.

    Thank you.

    1. Hi, Gulzhan!

      I’m sorry you lost money with ubdua.com. ScamAdviser warns that ubdua.com is “High Risk” and a “Scam.”

      Thanks for bringing this site to our attention. We’ll add it to our list of scam sites.

      Gary

  63. In the past 18 April 2018, i made an order in the site Collectiongear.top, till now i did not receive the merchandasing, and all of my contact attempts were ignored.
    Product : New Fendi FF 0259 S 205/53 Can Eye Black Gold/Brown Pink Sunglasses 43.99USD
    After payment the only thing I received was an email with the following content

    Transaction details as below:
    Transaction Date: 18 April 2018
    Transaction Order ID: collectiongeartop-25
    Transaction Amount: 43.99USD
    Card Number: *******************

    NOTE: 1. We hereby confirm your order is successful. The Merchant name will be on your bank bills.
    2. According to the foreign exchange rate of the bank, the amount showing on your statement will be a bit difference from the price on seller’s website.
    3. This email is sent automatically by our system. Please do not reply to this email. Emails sent to this address will not be answered. Thanks for your support and understanding.
    4. Any questions please feel free to contact the website instantly.
    gaeashopping

    1. Hi!

      I’m sorry you lost money with Collectiongear.top. ScamAdviser lists the site as new with no reputation information. However, in the future, I strongly recommend that you only do business with websites that use either .com, .org or .net in their domain name. Domain names that end in anything else are suspicious.

      Thank you for bringing this to our attention. I’ll add this website to our list of scam sites.

      Thank you,
      Gary

  64. thanks, gary.
    i thought it was suspicious, too … but then i am super cautious with the internet. while snooping around i cameup with several similar-looking sites, all of which offer free shipping on purchases over $15 … yeah, right.

  65. do you have any knowledge of stehtsale.xyz. ?
    found a product there that was suspiciously low in price … free shipping over $15 … website chock full of grammatical errors.
    thank you.

    1. Hi!

      ScamAdviser has this to say about stehtsale.xyz, “The website has been newly registered with a short life expectancy, which follows the pattern used by many fraudulent and fake selling websites. Please be vigilant and take extra care before providing any payment information.”

      Also, a reputable website will not use the domain .xyz. I advise you to avoid this site.

      Thanks for stopping by,
      Gary

  66. any info on stehtsale.xyz ?
    prices lower than anywhere else, free shipping over $15.
    many, many grammar errors throughout their website.
    requesting password for my email.
    smells very fishy to me.

    1. ScamAdviser gives it a low trust rating and warns the site may not be safe. The website claims to be a Canada based company, but the domain registration is hidden. Because they conceal where the domain is registered it probably is not Canada. I do not trust mining-gold.company and recommend that you avoid it.

  67. Ph # listed in their email only allows 42 secs. before disc’g. call – unable to know if this well stock store is legit. They say they have item in stock nobody else has?? seems suspect to me! slc

    1. Hi, Sharon!

      Our research shows that wellstockstore.com is based in Ukraine and has a low trust rating.

      Thanks for bringing this site to our attention,

      Gary

  68. helloo ,,, i invest a big amont of money ,,,in hashmonster .io …but scamed after one week… thay get a big mony frompoor people…. whay ther is no roll in the world … why people do this kind of crime…i wnt to now about hashmonster.io… in your opinion hashmonster scam or still fixing there problem…..kindly help me

    1. Hi, Hassan!

      hashmonster.io is considered a high-risk scam website. I’m sorry you had to experience their scam. As of this afternoon, the site appears to have been removed and is no longer online.

      I wish we could do more to help you. We will add this site to our list of scam sites.

      Thanks for stopping by,
      Gary

  69. iopsmalls.top
    Another scam site I accidently bumped into while searching for model train I wanted to get so bad.
    Seems like this website grabs anything people search online and create fake product listing. Loks nice and pretending to look legitimate.
    I made order, costing $32. However after “transaction successful, order processing” – there were no signs of activity or shipment of product. Yet it actually charged my $44 on my account!
    1 month- I kept contacting their assumed “24/7 customer service” – no responses. When scanning their web address , it routes through CLOUD proxy service. Looking up website owner data- there are fake name for all entities, fake address of non-existing street in Texas.
    Fake fraud website! Wish there were better web police that could take down such trash off web, and protect online unsuspecting shoppers.

    1. Wow, Max!

      Great detective work. Thanks for reporting this website. We’ll add it to our list of scam sites.

      Thanks again,
      Gary

  70. fireextinguisher-safety.co.uk is a scam site spent £40 stupidly assumed it was a UK site. I also didn’t check it was secure which it isn’t. Ordered £40 worth of goods, got a cushion filled with what looks like apple pip seed cases. Asked for a refund and returned label and was basically told I could keep the cushion and gave me 10% off their discount site worldsmarket-shop.com which sells fake handbags and trainers.

    I’ve contacted my bank and they told me to stop what I was doing it would be bad for my credit. Fuming!

    1. Hi, Charley!

      Thanks for reporting this. I’m sorry you lost money. Please do not beat yourself up over this. Scammers are pros at what they do. I’ve been scammed myself. Don’t invest any more emotional energy into it. You contacted your bank and that was the right thing to do. Now, as much as possible reflect on the lesson and move on.

      We’ll add these sites to our list so others can avoid them.

      Thank you,
      Gary

  71. [validmarket.ws/index.php] Is a scam, the escrow and all the vendors there, that one person. after paying the admin will change your account details leaving only the username and then will write a positive review using your account. The reviews are fake.

  72. Hello
    I ordered an item from a site called Boutiquelocker.top. No answer to any emails and have not received item. Any information on this site. I paid by credit card and got a confirmation of payment.

    1. Hi, Suzan!

      That’s a new site and I can’t find any information about it. The domain extension .top is suspicious. Most reputable online businesses avoid such domain extensions. If they are not responding to your emails, contact your credit card company.

      Gary

  73. I run an etsy store selling one off handmade items and just found one of my sold items listed as for sale on a site called- getunder.top they obviously don’t have the item because I sold it. They are even using my photos and shop description as theirs. I suspect everything on the site has been lifted from etsy or other stores like it.

        1. Hi, Becky!

          Thanks for the clarification. Yes, getunders.top is operational. The site is very new and I can’t find any info on them, but I will post your comment to our list of scam websites.

          Thank you,
          Gary

    1. Hi,

      I cannot find any complaints online about exomoney.site, however, the site is NOT SECURE and cannot be trusted.

      Gary

  74. I orderd a top from nativeplantfarm.com – no response and then received a t – shirt 2 weeks later – not the right order, as they do not respond to any emails is his site a fraud – can i contact my bank?

    1. Hi, Susan!

      NativePlantFarm.com is a scam site. Contact your bank and try to get your money back. In the future, do not do buy from a website where the url does not match the product they are selling. Scammers buy used domain names that have good reputations in order to appear legit. The scammers don’t care what the domain name is as long as it has a good reputation. That’s why you get a domain like NativePlantFarm selling women’s clothing.

      I hope you get your money back,

      Gary

  75. Hi There,
    I placed an order on the below website on the 5th April.
    hukcdn.com i have not yet received goods and i have been trying to make contact a large number of times about mu order but have not yet received any reply or tracking number.
    Is this a scam?
    And if it is….. is there anyway for me to reclaim my money back.
    There is an email attached which says you can contact but like i said, have not yet received any reply

    Please help if you can?

    1. Hi, Teressa!

      hukcdn.com is based in China and has a very low trust rating. It’s probably not safe. If you paid by credit card or debit card, contact them and tell them what happened. They may credit the money back to your account.

      I’m sorry we can’t do more,
      Gary

  76. Hi all, does anyone have any information, about this site sv-hochstellerhof.de? I have ordered some shoes, and I was convinced that it is German site until I processed the payment and I received confirmation about paying to China. Now I am worried if I get my shoes or my money. I will probably ask my bank to get the money back, since I did not receive any order acknowledgment. For me it was quite lot of money but I really loved the shoes. Just to be safe I have blocked my card just in case they would like to use it.

    1. Hi, Katrina!

      A quick analysis at ScamAdviser.com shows that the site is indeed probably hosted in China. ScamAdviser has issued a caution warning for this site because China is a high-risk country for eCommerce. Yes, contact your bank right away. Blocking your card was the right thing to do. Thank you for bringing this website to our attention.

      Gary

  77. What about hanliensianlodge.org.uk ? No answer from them and i think I will never see the coat I ordered. It’s a chinese website

    1. Hi, Isabel!

      Although ScamAdvisor.com gives it a high trust rating. They also note that there is a 93% chance that the website is NOT in the UK. Your guess that the site is Chinese is probably accurate. The website is not secure and it looks like a scam site to me.

      I hope you do get the coat you ordered, but in the future, I would avoid this website.

      Thanks for stopping by,
      Gary

  78. Hello guys!
    bajajoessi.com is another scam website with adidas shoes, charged me more than what was initially on the bill, contact address is fake, the contact telephone no. is also fake- there is a man answering saying that site is a scam. Don’t buy from there. Hope i cand get my money back.!

    1. Hi, Ali!

      Thanks for making us aware of this site. We’ll add it to our list. I hope you get your money back too.

      Gary

  79. Earn bitcoin forever promises return on your investment. When you try to withdraw, They process it and you never see your money. There email and chat support are not helpful as they are part of the scam.\
    I have now lost all my money

    1. Hi, Sats!

      Thanks for bringing EarnBitcoinForever to our attention. We will add it to our list of scam websites.

      All the best,
      Gary

  80. BTC-HAVEN promises return on your investment. When you try to withdraw, They process it and you never see your money. There email and chat support are not helpful as they are part of the scam.\
    I have now lost all my money

    1. Hi, Sats!

      Ouch! I’m so sorry you lost your money. I hope it wasn’t a lot. Thanks for bringing this to our attention. We will post it to our list of scam websites.

      All the best,
      Gary

  81. Be ware for people that own Arlo security camera, if you have a problem and you google Arlo Support. You will find this website: Arlo Support & Customer Service their url: arlosecuritycamera.com/arlo-support which is not affiliated with Netgear (Arlo) the real company.

    Long story short, I called these guys thinking I was calling for Arlo Support to resolve the problem that I have with my system. They wanted to charge me 99$ to repair my system and saying all kind of nonsense that my system is infected with a virus and they need to upgrade my system. The more I talked to this guy the more I found it to be suspicious. I was not happy about the 99$ service charge and I asked for a manager to call me back and the guy hangs up the phone on me! Really, what legit company does that!

    So I did more research and went to the Netgear website. Guess what the problem was at Netgear system itself, they knew about it and they told me that their engineer was working on it, so the problem was not on my side. I want to warn all people that have Netgear products to contact Netgear itself and do not call these scammers, I almost got fooled by these scammers.

    1. Hi, Quang!

      Thanks for bringing this to our attention. The website you mention is less than a year old and probably located outside the United States. I’m sorry if you lost $99. If you paid with a bank card, you may be able to recover your money. We’ll publish your post on our list of scam sites.

      Thanks for stopping by,
      Gary

  82. www.abearstore.top is another fake site. Cart showed 18.9 EURO but 201 CNY was charged on my card.

    Order was placed on 13 Feb till date but no communication nor response from them.

    Only way to communicate is portal form but nobody replies to it.

    1. Hi, Abdul Karim Khan!

      Thanks for bringing this website to our attention. I’m sorry you lost money with them. We’ll post it on our list of scam sites.

      All the best,
      Gary

  83. I believe www.buhudstore.top is another fake store. I ordered 45 dollar item with free shipping, was charged 62 dollars and no item after 2 weeks. no replies to my emails.

  84. I recently purchased a turntable at mraac.com and everything seemed correct, but the very retailed price they offered (103€) ended up in two charges of 127 and 122€ and no turntable. I informed my bank and reported to the police. They just exist as a mirror site and take the credit card data and charge you ilegally. It’s not just scam, it’s pure theft. P.D. their ad was on facebook.

  85. Hi, Folks

    I have recently ordered my Christmass gift – two bottles of Spanish Perfumes (LOEWE) for men that is rearly available in other countries.
    I was happy to see it for sale in Germany

    I have immediately paid Euro 126 for two, using my VISA credit card.

    After a reasonable time I have received notification that my stuff has been shipped from …..China (?),

    Few days ago, when parcel arrived to the Post Office, I was surprised after opening the package in front of Customs officer whom I told that I expect perfume.

    He looked at me suspiciously as we found inside two ladys’ hand bags smelling horribly of cheap plastic. In addition to embarassement I was requested to pay VAT to Customs for items that I did not ordered but bearing my name and address.

    I do hope this was a mistake, but my requests to both – seller and shipper are still remains without acknowledgement, appology or reply.

    Valentins

    1. Hi, Valentins RAKUTINS!

      If it’s not a scam, it is certainly incompetence. If you paid with a credit card or debit card, contact the credit card company and explain what happened.

      Thanks for stopping by,
      Gary

  86. Just had exactly the same happen to me with shoppingcustomer.com. Why don’t Facebook vet online sales, surely they should be liable for scams like this.

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