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Fraud / Bait and Switch
Aug 8, 2020
Monetary Loss: $60.00
This site is a front for a Chinese scam. I attempted to purchase a piece of exercise equipment from the site. Within 5 minutes of my pressing the complete my order button multiple fraudulent charges were made on my card in China. After a few days I was sent a tracking number and awaited delivery of my purchase, guess what? Instead of a 30lb piece of exercise equipment, the tracking number was for a envelope weighing less than a pound and containing a few paper face masks. The vendor charged me as "SuMing Sheng". Good luck trying to get someone to respond, they don't exist. Stay away from these crooks.
Cvaluely is a scam. I found the same advertisement on a Walmart site except the price was cut in half for a piece of exercise equipment. I immediately asked to cancel the order and informed my credit card agency. The card agency said I had to try and work it out with the merchant and that I had 90 days to dispute the claim. I went back and forth with the merchant and they assured me I was getting my refund, but it never came. Bottom line, went back to my credit card company, and now I have to change my card and you all know what a pain that is for all the autopay stuff. I ordered from Cvaluely.com, but the charges were taken out by a Shasse Fun Shasse.TX. Buyer beware.