Fake Online Stores

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  • by: Tiredofscammer
  • #90972
  • Jan 17, 2021
  • Monetary Loss: $479.90
Ordered 2 PlayStation 5 and was sent a cheap plastic phone case
Names reported:
Chris Chen
Phones reported:

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Terrible Experience, Non-Responsive

  • by: st
  • #91007
  • Jan 18, 2021
  • Monetary Loss: $69.94
I paid for a fitness watch on August 25, 2020. I received the watch and the blood pressure and pulse measurements were terribly inaccurate. I sent the watch back to youcansave and they encouraged the return AND told me that I would be refunded. The Post Office had trouble delivering the item which had been insured for $70. Finally, I learned that it had been delivered either to a reception desk, a mailroom or reception area. Who knows whether youcansave even was occupying space in the building? No credits issues and my credit card company says I returned the item too late. But youcansave told me I would be credited on or around 11/6/20. I believe I had another youcansave conversation on 11/23/20. All of this is documented. I have the Post Office receipt with a tracking number. And to make matters worse, the youcansave unbelievably legitimate store doesn't answer phone calls. I get a simple goodbye now. And my recent letter to youcansave.store was returned. Of course, this all fits the scenario. This has been reported to Chase. If youcansave won't refund my money then they should be sending me another "workable and accurate" watch. But they cannot be reached. Wow is all I can say. This is a terrible company. My recommendation - do not do business with this company. This is the worst company that I can say I have ever dealt with!!!! I have all kinds of supporting documentation which I will not post in this forum.

Scammed by ps5 seller

  • by: Sonnyg
  • #91031
  • Jan 18, 2021
  • Monetary Loss: $600
I saw a ps5 on Twitter and it seemed legit and we talked and I bought it off PayPal but now he is barely responding and not giving me my product or my money back.
Phones reported:

Too good to be true

  • by: Bumble20
  • #91034
  • Jan 18, 2021
  • Monetary Loss: $75.85
I ordered a rotating tiered bookcase for my daughter's room to help with online schooling organization and an end table with cooler so she could get her water as needed. Tracking sends to The Shop is Unavailable. Hoping karma handles this one.


  • by: Teye
  • #91044
  • Jan 18, 2021
  • Monetary Loss: $325
They have multiple websites that scam even if buying in legal states. They get the money and then request more shipping funds. I requested a refund and was blocked. No money returned. They have about 15 scam sites.
Phones reported:
Web/emails reported:

Theft by fraud and deception.

  • by: El_Stuart
  • #91067
  • Jan 19, 2021
  • Monetary Loss: $116.00
One evening after going through all my sellers and vendors on google, I happened to come across an add that featured a first rate coin distributor designated as OFOVV. This bogus company did a bag up job of featuring many silver coins for sale. A email link ([email protected]) to place orders. So I placed an order of 6 coins for $116.00. Not one time did I even get the hint this was a Chinese based company.
Expecting to see a confirmation of my order within 24 hours, this did not happen. So I waited another 24 hours. So I made an inquiry of the company. It turns out they were China based. I was not able to get much information other for delivery date refer requests to [email protected]

I immediately sent a email to OFOVV customer service agent being noted as lu ming. Requesting a sales invoice and a shipping date. I also stated that should the coins ordered be anything other than US minted 99.9% sliver coins I would want to cancel my order and expect a full refund.

OFOVV response was delivery of the coins to my post box a week and a half later.
I examined the coins, I examined the coins, they looked authentic enough and yet some of the markings on them did not add up. So I put the coins up till a time when I could run some tests on them to determine their authenticity. Almost 90 days pass and I ran the whole gambit of tests on them. Much to my disappointment the water displacement test to prove weight and size to volume of water displacement was not correct. I examined the markings of a true Eagle compared to the OFOVV copy and found the markings to be inconsistent to the authentic coin.

Last and final test was the magnet test. Again to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that I had been swindled by a dishonest dirt bag I exposed my magnet to the OFOVV coin. The coin jumped off the table and connected itself to my magnet. There is enough iron ore in my 99.9% fine silver coin to make an ocean steamer.
Names reported:
Lu Ming
Phones reported:
Web/emails reported:
[email protected]