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Telephone+1 828-748-3850 (ou 0018287483850) (more info)
Scam contentsArticles for sale including clothing, E-bikes and more
Comment / ReviewLegitimate looking brochure and catalog with prices and free shipping seemingly too good to be true, That's the big red flag.
will collect the funds immediately and then you won't hear from them at all, ever. Does not respond to email questions or cancellation requests.

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telephone number analysis +1 828-748-3850

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  • +1 828-748-3850
CountryUnited States
TerritoryNorth Carolina

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    • Abiir 06/15/2022 at 03:58 AM

      You can try to contact your bank or credit card provider and ask for a refund on account of the product never being delivered.

    • Gin 06/20/2022 at 07:09 AM

      I placed an order and paid through PayPal. The receipt showed it was paid to 香港壹叁食話食品有限公司 which is Chinese and translates to Hong Kong One Three Food Talk Food Co., Ltd - ok I was already worried but gave them a chance. After 2 weeks and not receiving any kind of confirmation or shipping information I attempted to call them - this phone number gives a recording that says: Please leave your message for _________(10 second pause) then it says: Sorry the mailbox is full. I emailed them several times and never a response. I finally had to put in a PayPal complaint - they sent me a reply they received from the company about shipping which showed it was delivered by UPS and weighed 0.20 pounds. I explained I never received a delivery by UPS and r... Read more

    • Bill Doty 09/07/2022 at 02:45 PM

      I am fighting with Paypal now to get my money back, I blame this on paypal they should vet there sellers before customers get scammed!!!!!!

    • Pissed 09/14/2022 at 10:15 AM

      Pirdnew where is my bike ? Or my money? These fucking scam sites! Nothing better to do than rip people off! This was a gift you, POS....

    • rat11 09/25/2022 at 06:44 PM

      The address of 107 WILLOW TREE LANE ,Rutherfordton ,
      NC,28139,US they list in the "CONTACT US" on the website is listed as a 1740 square foot single family home has 3 bedrooms and 2.0 bathrooms.


    • Jadean Jourden 10/04/2022 at 11:24 AM

      Where is your office?

    • B 10/25/2022 at 02:11 PM

      Ya. Reported them to the FTC. Filed for a charge back to credit card. The have two emails. and Charge on credit was from Indexfox Columbus. IP address: Says location San Fransisco and Canada.

    • B 10/25/2022 at 02:16 PM

      Possibly out of the country location where the Bastards are. Google should protect USA from advertising fake websites. Come on Google. Heads up!

    • B 10/25/2022 at 02:34 PM
      Reported the website to Microsoft

    • B 10/25/2022 at 02:42 PM

      Google thinks the website is safe. I filed a report to Google.

    • B 10/25/2022 at 03:00 PM

      FTC report will be entered in the FTC's Consumer Sentinel database and will be available to federal, state, and local law enforcement across the country. They will stop them.

    • B 10/25/2022 at 03:32 PM

      Ya, Chinese or Cambodia. At least USA will shut down the site and find the entities involved in USA.

    • B 10/25/2022 at 04:33 PM

      Hey Feds. Shut down the site today or more people will get scammed and credits breached. Another will pop up. Good luck. 1 billion new websites per day according to google. Hackers using Linux.

    • B 10/25/2022 at 07:31 PM

      Triangulation fraud

      This is a more advanced fraud scheme that is mostly used by experienced scammers to make quick money while making sure their online activity can’t be traced back to them.

      Here’s what triangulation fraud involves:

      1- Scammers create a fake online website with fake product listings. The product prices are either at a significant price markup or at the actual MRP.

      2- Scammers advertise the website to get customers to place orders for their fake product listings.

      3- When a customer places an order for a product through a fake website, the scammers get access to all of their personal and banking information.

    • Tom 10/29/2022 at 10:30 PM


    • Dave 11/10/2022 at 02:00 PM

      Like another poster mentioned about buying tires, I made a purchase for two car tires a month ago. The latest tracking indicates my order has been delivered to Dallas, Texas, even though I live in Florida. It also indicates the delivered product weighs 4.18 ounces, so it is obvious they are not car tires. The telephone number is bogus, and of course there is no response via email. This is a scam company. As a result, I have cancelled my credit card and ordered a new one, and also made a fraud complaint with the bank so I can hopefully get a refund on money paid.


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