Howardsalespro.com

4 reports /
Also Reported
Names:

Lyazzat Zhelturguzova

Marina Gorobet

Alex Urbala

Nick Ensen

Phones:

914-228-3683

Website/emails: www.howardsalespro.com
Unresolved

Alex Urbala is a thief, expressmartstore is a complete fake

Order TV online. Receive email confirmation with tracking info for shipment. The shipper was non-existent, tracking site was a fake. For 3 weeks I watched the "package" on the tracking site as it moved slowly from supposed site to site. Finally after 3 weeks the site said it was at my local post office. It never appeared. The phone number for the "shipper" was listed as 845 124-8810 (not a legal number).

I suspect the ploy here is to fake the customer into thinking the package is shipped until he pays the credit card bill and has no recourse.
Got my refund only because I used Paypal.

Note he also uses howardsalespro.com
Names reported:
Alex Urbala
Web/emails reported:
www.expressmartstore.com

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Unresolved

Credit Card Scam - Howard Sales

  • by: constantin
  • #3380
  • Mar 23, 2016
  • Monetary Loss: $139.95
As other customers complained before, Howard Sales Pro is a very well organized credit card scam that uses its website to fool you.
Their website www.howardsalespro.com is well done to make anyone believe that they are a legit business ( and they may use also www.expressmartstore.com or other websites , as reported by other victims). They even have Best Buy products listed on their website to fool you. I was given a proof of purchase number, a tracking number with a mail carrier that doesn't exist (US National Mail) and they keep you for 3-4 weeks showing you how supposedly the package is being transported through different locations.
After 4 weeks you realize that it's a scam and you never receive the package. There's no phone number for either Howard sales or their US National Mail carrier. The whole scam is very well organized because they provide order numbers, tracking numbers , their website looks clean without adware pop-ups, the customer receives a confirmation email right after the purchase ( which shows that their website has a functional database that provides feedback about their purchase for their "customers").
Their website (howardsalespro.com stands out as an incredibly cheap one, because all items are ridiculously cheap in order to entice people. Many dont bother to dispute the theft by these people, because they're either old, or they dont care about the amount lost when thinking about the hassle they have to go through to dispute the money they lost; the victims may not know how to get their money back, or dont keep the confirmation emails from this company as proof , or for further information to help the police or the FBI to investigate this scam.
It's a nation wide scam and they may be involved also in international scams because it says they ship internationally. As I specified their nonexistent Mail Carrier , does not have any contact information.
Howard Sales Pro also shows some fake customer review links that are not accessible ( nothing happens when you click them), in order to fool their potential victims.
Even if I get a refund from my Bank or from Paypal I will still file a complaint with my bank, PayPal fraud department and the FBI , because credit card and my personal info was involved, and many others (from US or from other countries) might have been scammed by those so called "sellers".
Even if the fake Mail Carrier (US National Mail) shows a tracking route through various states until it gets to your state and city, the product never gets delivered.
The bank may give you a refund , but in the end , your bank does not get the money from these nonexistent scammers.
The other victims of this fraud reported the exact issues with these scammers.
They also change the names of their PayPal account. Besides Alex Urbala , other names used are Lyazzat Zhelturguzova and Marina Gorobet.
Names reported:
Lyazzat Zhelturguzova , Marina Gorobet, Alex Urbala
Web/emails reported:
www.howardsalespro.com
Unresolved

Scammed by howardsalespro.com

  • by: bgor
  • #4123
  • Apr 6, 2016
  • Monetary Loss: $90.95
Ordered DVD player from howardsalespro and paid with paypal. Received order confirmation email and shipping confirmation with tracking number through usnational-mail.com which apparently does not exist. usnational-mail website provided tracking info from sort facilities in New Jersey, S. Carolina and Florida showing item received one day, processed the next day and shipped the third day. This process was repeated through 4 different sort facilities until after about 3 weeks item is supposedly delivered to local USPS for delivery. However, this is all an elaborate scam as the seller and the shipping company are apparently scams and do not exist and no product is ever shipped.
Names reported:
Nick Ensen
Phones reported:
914-228-3683
Web/emails reported:
www.howardsalespro.com
Unresolved

Research

  • by: jetski894
  • #7123
  • May 25, 2016
  • Monetary Loss: $0
I noticed a martin Logan sub woofer on AZ now for $479.00 this was $695 on Best Buy site. The web page is a replica of Best Buy to include a Magnolia Center and Geek Squad. The price was very low and so I googled the address as 253 5th Ave 4th floor, New York, New York. A google map street view doesn't show the store. It's a small building and doesn't appear to be able to house an outlet store. I then looked up the phone number attached and it was listed to another fake electronic store on this site. This looks like a very legitimate website until you realize it is Best Buy renamed.
Phones reported:
914-228-3683