Fraudulent Online Retailers

Last Updated: April 28, 2014

On this page, you’ll find a list of fraudulent online stores that you should avoid. There’s also a short list of recommended sites, so don’t confuse the two lists.

How this list got started

A while ago someone asked whether xxvtns.com was legit. Ever since then, I’ve noticed more of these fraudulent e-tailers. Most frauds I’ve come across have been Chinese stores.

They appear and disappear fast. Many of them are operated by the same scammer. They are able to get the word out fast with the help of Facebook ads, Craigslist, and spam to name a few.

Some fraudsters target people looking for dropshippers. *Look below for a recommended dropshipper.


Recommended

If you’re eager to find good deals, take a look at the sites I found below. If I find more, I’ll list them here. Lots of electronics and other neat stuff. They’re all U.S. only I think.

  1. woot – The infamous WOOT… They offer extreme deals per day.
  2. Secondipity – Sells good-as-new refurbished / returned goods. Some prices are outstanding while some are so-so.
  3. There’s also my own collection of stores organized into a directory I put together. Stores listed there are all legitimate, and I have coupon codes for some of them, too. I hope you find them useful. The directory is also a way for you to support my site.

Scam List

Below scam e-tailer websites pose as a legitimate vendor (mostly a Chinese exporter). If you visit the sites below, you’ll notice that most of them only accept Western Union (+ other money transfer services) and bank T/T transfers. This is the number one sign of a fraudulent activity. Even if a store accepts credit cards, don’t trust them as they could be after your credit card itself. Stay away from websites below. To quickly look up a site, use “ctrl+f” or “/” (only available in some browsers) to search.

  • 168easybuy.com
  • abercrombiefitchczech.com
  • aceeltd.appee.co.uk
  • activeelectronicstore.com
  • acumensupergadget.com
  • agreesell.com
  • allmobilephonelimited.webnode.com
  • aozal.com
  • apple-trades.com
  • apple-usa.net
  • apple-wholesale.net
  • apple365wholesale.com
  • ardentbuy.com
  • aregv.info
  • audiogoshop.com
  • auvice.com
  • basedress.com
  • belectronics.co.uk
  • bestdiscountwholesalesell.com
  • besteway.com
  • besttoshopping.com
  • bigbizmall.com
  • bowtechlimited.appee.co.uk
  • buyggv.info
  • bravoarea.com
  • britain-cameras.com
  • bsook.com
  • buyease365.com
  • buyonsalecheap.com
  • cell-phones.appee.com
  • cellphonesgloballimited.media.officelive.com
  • charmvalue.com
  • cheapcamera-forsale.com
  • chedaf.com
  • cheng-xia.com
  • chinacheapwholesale.net
  • chinasprint.com
  • chuweixin-trading.com
  • coolchoose.com
  • daashop.com
  • dailystock.biz
  • dhgatebuy.com
  • digitechard.com
  • dilones.com
  • discount-storm.com
  • dontilo.com
  • dontons.com
  • douele.com
  • dvstage.com
  • e-lectronicsltd.webnode.com
  • e-electronicslimited.webs.com
  • easydirectstoreonline.com
  • easydirectstoreonline.net
  • ecinbox.com
  • ecofishingstore.com
  • elec-sell.com
  • elecbest.com
  • elecbestshop.com
  • elecsforsale.com
  • elecshop123.com
  • elect-trade.com
  • electricurls.com
  • electronichot.com
  • electronics4u.appee.com
  • electronics01.com
  • electronics88811.com
  • electronics88812.com
  • electronics8884.com
  • electrostoredirect.com
  • electrostoreinc.co.cc
  • electsonex.com
  • eurobazarshop.com
  • fantastikltd.appee.co.uk
  • favorbar.com
  • favorelecs.com
  • first-best.com
  • firstlens.co.uk
  • fondgoods.com
  • forbestshop.com
  • genunies.com
  • gladseller.com
  • globalonlinedeal.com
  • gloite.com
  • goodproductshops.com
  • google-elec.com
  • gracewb.info
  • grahakitchen.com
  • greenteky.com
  • gsxrparts.org
  • gucseller.com
  • gzoffer.com
  • highbargain.com
  • hk-electronic.com
  • hk-pshop.com
  • hkmingfa.com
  • honorshop.com
  • hot-etrade.com
  • hotbestshop.com
  • hugesell.com
  • icc-asia-support.com
  • imusicgear.com
  • indoglobaltrading.com
  • instinctmall.com
  • iphone5ipad.com
  • iphonenix.com
  • iqiodo.com
  • iretailplus.net
  • jeebt.com
  • jiekiss.com
  • jollysale.com
  • justcanon.net
  • justnikon.net
  • kanyamobiles.com
  • keepoffer.com
  • keepseller.com
  • kelsger.com
  • kindsale.com
  • kleansweep.com
  • kuada.page.tl
  • laanz-ltd.appee.com
  • legalsalts.netau.net
  • lenswb.info
  • likesshops.com
  • maabfiltd.com
  • maiking.com
  • mart-free.com
  • mcsslimited.com
  • meixin-shop.com
  • melysale.com
  • miniele.com
  • moonbelle-electronics.com
  • my-storeonline.co.uk
  • ncere.org
  • new-bags.com
  • newelegg.com
  • newsalecn.com
  • oemts.com
  • offerelec.com
  • olimpic-cameras.co.uk
  • oneclickmultimedia.com
  • online-shop247.co.uk
  • online-store.appee.co.uk
  • online-wholesale.us
  • onlineshop247limited.media.officelive.com
  • originalmarter.com
  • ouseall.com
  • oveboou.com
  • pengshuna.com / pengshunfa.com
  • pickelec.com
  • pinkhotstore.com
  • polonewstyle.info
  • praise-true.com
  • preciousdeal.com
  • prefergoods.com
  • prefersale.com
  • purelysell.com
  • qkfk.com
  • quadetechnologyonline.miiduu.com
  • riosfashionshoes.com
  • sagelybuy.com
  • sale-storm.com
  • salelecmall.com
  • saleghdhair.com
  • sales247limited.cealon.com
  • samuion.com
  • sandrafrees.com
  • securebizmall.com
  • sell-apple.com
  • sellonsales.cc.cc
  • sendelec.com
  • sendwares.com
  • sharinggoods.com
  • shengruixing.com
  • shoeofnike.com
  • shopmallonlinestore.virtualfreelancer.net
  • shoppingboutique.eu
  • shoppingparadises.com
  • shoppingtvus.com
  • shopyshopus66.com
  • showelecs.com
  • smilesell.com
  • soccer-pro-direct.co.uk
  • stylezalando.com
  • sun-trusted.com
  • sup-quality.com
  • supplyvideo.co.uk
  • szpeakec.com
  • szrijeter.com
  • taiwan-purchase.com
  • tdseller.com
  • tobizbuy.com
  • toolscamera.co.uk
  • toolscameras.com
  • toolshomes.com
  • top-electronics-deals.com
  • top-sky8.com
  • trade4all.webnode.com
  • trade600.com
  • tradeeltd.appee.co.uk
  • tradeshopping888.com
  • trueelec.com
  • ukitat.com
  • ukoutdoorsalestore.com
  • usa-apple.org
  • usawholesaleshopping.com
  • usefuldeal.com
  • vacuum-parts.net
  • verygoodnikes.com
  • viapaypal.com
  • vibrantsale.com
  • walafa.com
  • wang-ping.com
  • wells-cameras.com
  • wholesale-applestore.com
  • wholesale-watchess.com
  • wholesaledigitalstore.com
  • wholesalefactoryshop.com
  • wholesaleiphone5c.com
  • wholesalelaptopsell.com
  • winbootsugg.com
  • world-electronics-central.com
  • world-electronics-online.com
  • worthshow.com
  • wulaie.com
  • xppshop.com
  • xiaoyu6291.com
  • xxvtns.com
  • yongtonghuamei.com
  • ymshop.net
  • yunfenge.com
  • ziinga.com
  • zongo-deals.com

* wwshipping.info and cornwadeserves.com are fake shipping companies that trick people into believing that they have a valid tracking code. Thanks to users, Assie and Abu Haneefah, for reporting. They are supposedly UK companies, but like many UK scams, they seem to be of Nigerian origins. I have to say, the Nigerian scammers are quite creative sometimes. But Chinese tend to make better websites. Nigerians are actually making better looking sites now.

These are probably just a handful of many scam stores out there. Plus, a new one pops up everyday and older ones disappear quickly. It’s tough to keep up with them.

Their tactic (This applies to most of the sites above but not all)

  1. Speed matters. The site springs up quick and advertise via spam, Facebook, Craigslist etc with too-good-to-be-true prices on brand name merchandise.
  2. A customer makes a purchase and sends the money using a banks transfer or Western Union (and other money transfer services). No Paypal or credit card will be accepted as they won’t be able to hold on to the money once the customer complains to Paypal or CC company.
  3. Most times after you pay for the product and supposedly shipped, they will claim that the product is being held in customs and that you will have to pay a fee (usually $50 or so). They will makes it sound as though they are helping you out saying they will cover half of the customs fee. In any country, this is not how customs work. It’s the receiver that receives the notice, not the sender. This is how they swindle a little extra from you.
  4. You’ll never see the product in any case.
  5. After a while when they are either satisfied with the site’s performance or they feel that their tail is getting too long, the site will be shut down. Most sites don’t seem to last more than a year.
  6. They start up a new one with a similar website design, and the cycle continues.

If you come across one not listed here, look for the following signs

  1. Deals too good to be true.
  2. Located in China (nothing against the Chinese. I’m Asian myself).
  3. Only accepts Western Union or Money Mart type of service and bank transfer as a payment.
  4. They are getting more sophisticated now, at least on the surface. The new guys could be African or Russian and they even register the company in UK — I’m guessing there is an exploitable aspect to UK’s company registry — to make themselves look legit. They also put credit card logos and Paypal logo on their sites, but will not often accept them once you actually try to checkout. These are hard to verify as scam.
    • When you come across an unknown store, first remember how you got there. If you got there via email ad (spam; and I’d even be suspicious of Facebook and Craigslist ads), then there’s your first sign.
    • Second, if the prices are much lower than other vendors, be suspicious. Especially, Apple products will not be sold at a deep discount no matter what.
    • Third, try calling them or check out their address on Google Map Street View to see if you can see their physical store/office.
    • You can also search the address on any search engine to see if that address belongs to someone else.

If you want to report a site, leave a comment below.


* If you’re looking for a legitimate drop-shipper, I can recommend you one that I know. Try Doba. If you sign up via this link, you get a 14 day free trial instead of 7 days.

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1394 Comments

  1. Dan Gaines says:

    59electronics.com did to me that same as others on here. The Silver dollar trick is good. PayPal is the one the one that surprises and disappoints me. Ebay wont shut down the ads either. They don’t stand behind their protection plan. I have to file a police report and my local police consider it a nuisance and waste of their time to file such complaints. Out my money oh well

  2. Unagi says:

    vottleelectronics.com/

  3. alice says:

    59electronics.com scammed me for 160.00 was on e bay. tried to make a purchase and wouldn’t go through. he offered to go to his private site for more deals and i fell for it. but i did pay via paypal. and they are checking it out now.

  4. Ed Garcia says:

    59electronics.com is doing the same thing but getting paid thru PAYPAL….here is how it works…PAYPAL will released monies when shipment has been shipped to you, but the people from China will send you a Silver Dollar to make PAYPAL think/see that shipment has been done….

  5. Niru says:

    jjshouse.com/ worst customer service in china online shopping. don’t buy from these guys

  6. Jonathan says:

    hcaishangjia.com

  7. L. Hollen says:

    These companies. Are a scam. This unethical group goes by these names Rosewholesale, Sammydress, Rosegal, Dresslily, Rosewe, Choies, Ahappydeal (now Dealsmachine), Globalegrow, Everbuying, Fashiondresswholesale, Mart of China, probably more. Read the negative reviews on those FB pages. (Most get deleted, but there are still many). Check Sitejabber.com, and I have a Facebook group Rosewholesale Scam.
    You will see the comments they have been deleting, and I have put up photos of the products some are receiving.
    The parent company is Globalegrow

  8. sanketh says:

    tevdzic.theicstock.com/

    this is fake electronic component distribute. Lot of customers have faced problem. Please help us to retrieve our money.

    regards

  9. Sofokle says:

    Hello, I’m interested in finding real chinese e-commerce websites that are not dropshippers. Do you know any original source?
    Thanks

  10. Bryan says:

    Please add
    ferreronfishing.com
    to this list.

    It is the same as ecofishingstore.com, but has simply been renamed.

    And they are still reeling victims in.

    Cheers
    Bryan

  11. Dan says:

    On ebay they have a canon EOS 60D with whole kit for $10 so I tried to buy it with Paypal and it says paypal is not accepted contact vendor.. I go to the listing and it says. Ebay is too expensive they only sell at their website 59electronics.com
    go there and join and as a member you will get huge discounts..
    Yup too good to be true. I tried calling Ebay to ask about them but the call backlog is huge. They have many other things listed on Ebay at way too good to be true prices.
    So I wonder if this is one of those scams..
    Here is the ebay link.
    .ebay.com/itm/Canon-EOS-60D-SLR-Camera-4-Lens-Kit-18-55-IS-75-300-mm-16GB-TOP-VALUE-KIT-/261599551366?pt=Digital_Cameras&hash=item3ce88c5f86

  12. Lauren says:

    I’ve been wondering about 59electronics.com. From reading some comments on here, it sounds like a recent reincarnation of electronics888.com, found them on ebay then went to the “company’s” site with prices too low to be legitimate ($25-30 for brand new 3DS, $30-50 for new laptops, etc.) They do, however, have some nice info about how safe Paypal is for sending money and a form to submit feedback. Has anyone had experience actually ordering something from here?

    • Ronald Baker says:

      59electronics.com yes I have ordered from them just to see what I would get I ordered a dell laptop. and got 1 Morgan Silver Dollar not the Laptop. the only good thing is the silver dollars is worth what I paid $30 for the laptop SO NO IT IS NOT A GOOD SITE AND YES I FOUND THEM ON EBAY AND I WENT TO THEIR SITE SO IT IS A SCAM…. ELECTRONICS888.COM IS THE SAME SITE AND THEIR ON EBAY TOO SO IT IS TO GOOD TO BE TRUE DON’T BUY FROM THEM.. I TRY TO GET MY MONEY BACK THROUGH PAYPAL BUT THEY COULD NOT FIND THE SITE with the address i gave them SO I’M OUT $30 LIVE AND LEARN

    • alice says:

      yes i ordered from 59 electronics and got a silver dollar , i also found him on e-bay and was directed to his store site witch was gone when i went back to check on my merchandise. i have paypal looking into it now.

  13. frances says:

    audiobargain.com
    purchased a guitar of this site in june still have not received it,after a few emails back and forth she kept telling me it must be stuck in customs I had no tracking number so we phoned UPSP and said that we should of had a tracking number,i emailed them back demanding my money back but still no response and the site is still on the web.

  14. Nataly says:

    Hi,
    I need to know which cheap Chinese websites for woman clothing are safe to buy online, I have some of the websites, could you please tell me are these websites scam, if they are please, can you recommend which are good and safe. The websites: global-wholesale.net, rosewholesale.com, cndirect.com, dresslink.com, fashion71.net
    Thank you
    Nataly

  15. Drew says:

    Here is another scam site, bought a shirt, and wanted to place an order for a custom designed team order, never received the shirt and wont return emails, web site contact gives automated message that they will contact you within 24 hours.
    tactical-gear-outlet.com

  16. Roland Mantama says:

    I would buy on a Chinese website where I find the most competitive prices except that I still hesitate and as I am lucky to find you, I wonder if you knew him and if I can trust. At least, is that there is someone who has already placed an order from them? The site is: 99ssx.com/

  17. Parveen Sharma says:

    Hello,
    What about rm44.com ? Is it safe?

    • Boris says:

      Hi,
      I just wrote a blog about rm44. I believe it is scam! Don’t loose your money there.
      You can read more at: startbuyinginchina.com/case-study-of-fake-chinese-shopping-site/
      cheers, Boris

  18. muthukumar says:

    i want to know about electronic4ulimited website its real or fraudulent site ple give me the details

  19. justasking says:

    Hi i need to know if this website is a scam rm44.com

  20. JJ Jones says:

    protect-hapaglloyd.com/

    This website, “protect-hapaglloyd”, is fraudulent. In fact, any website purporting to offer “third party Hapag-Lloyd” is fraudulent and is not associated with the real Hapag-Lloyd AG. The website is not endorsed or authorised in any way by Hapag-Lloyd AG. Any bank account details you are given will not be related to Hapag-Lloyd AG. If you are in any doubt, please contact Hapag-Lloyd AG directly via hapag-lloyd.com

  21. JJ Jones says:

    used-farmequip.com/

    This website, “used-farmequip”, is fraudulent. In fact, any website purporting to offer “third party Hapag-Lloyd” is fraudulent and is not associated with the real Hapag-Lloyd AG. Any products you order will not arrive and your money will not be refunded. The website is not endorsed or authorised in any way by Hapag-Lloyd AG. Any bank account details you are given will not be related to Hapag-Lloyd AG. If you are in any doubt, please contact Hapag-Lloyd AG directly via hapag-lloyd.com

  22. JJ Jones says:

    liquidationmotor.com/

    This website, “liquidationmotor”, is fraudulent. In fact, any website purporting to offer “third party Hapag-Lloyd” is fraudulent and is not associated with the real Hapag-Lloyd AG. Any products you order will not arrive and your money will not be refunded. The website is not endorsed or authorised in any way by Hapag-Lloyd AG. Any bank account details you are given will not be related to Hapag-Lloyd AG. If you are in any doubt, please contact Hapag-Lloyd AG directly via hapag-lloyd.com

  23. Carol B says:

    I suspect the following is a scam. I paid for an order 7 July. Tracking number given but does not give any information. I have sent 6 emails to the company, have tried at different times of the day to ring. No response from any attempts at communication. Has anyone else had a problem with?:-

    fitflopsuksale.co.uk

    I thought I was dealing with a UK site but it appears this is in China

  24. JJ Jones says:

    alltoolsgarage.com

    This website, “alltoolsgarage.com”, is fraudulent. In fact, any website purporting to offer “third party Hapag-Lloyd” is fraudulent and is not associated with the real Hapag-Lloyd AG. Any products you order will not arrive and your money will not be refunded. The website is not endorsed or authorised in any way by Hapag-Lloyd AG. Any bank account details you are given will not be related to Hapag-Lloyd AG. If you are in any doubt, please contact Hapag-Lloyd AG directly via hapag-lloyd.com

  25. muthukumar says:

    sir’ i want to know this website electronic4ulimited is this is a good company or not kindly give me the details it is online shopping website(mobile)

  26. chichi says:

    itsonsaletoday.myshopify.com/

    this site took my money!! It claimed to be located in San Antonio. I bought a iphone 5s from them for $200.00 2 weeks ago and I have yet to see it and when I contact them, I dont get any response. I also paid through paypal. Do you think I can get my money back? I also realized that there was not a tracking number so i know its a scam

    • Tony says:

      I just bought a phone and tablet from same site, except it’s now just Itsonsaletoday.com in San Antonio…text message to make transaction and paid by PayPal. IF it’s not legit, PayPal will help refund money, I’m in Houston and IF they’re not legit, I’ll get the DA on them quicker than white on rice!!

  27. Jennifer says:

    I happened across this site and I believe it to be scam site… You might want to report this one…
    electronics5551.com

  28. Ed says:

    3ds-flashcart.com took my money, sent me mail to say they had shipped, sent a FAKE tracking number and don’t answer any form of communication. Definitely crooks.

  29. sasuke2745 says:

    electronics9996.com is fake and a transfer over from xiaoyu6291.com i found on ebay looking for a ps4 that was one dollar yet again so add that to the scam list even though it takes paypal.

  30. john gibson says:

    electronics9996.com found on ebay
    deals to good to be true
    figure their not legit
    they do accept pay pal

  31. Melinda says:

    Subpar site. I used Elle Prom.com to purchase a dress. But it was totally cheap quality. Followed the rules to return it. They want to give me 15% off and told me to go to a tailor to have all the sequins that were falling off sewn on myself! They are not selling the product that’s shown on the the pictures. I’m not sure if this is the place to report this site or not, but I want people to know about this site so no one uses this horrible company.

  32. ryboie1 says:

    szbaoqiu.com Sure looks like one to add to the list.

  33. sasuke2745 says:

    saw a ps4 on ebay for 1.00 but wanted to direct me to xiaoyu6291.com is it a scam site i mean has anyone tried it?

  34. Lexi says:

    sorry didnt mean to type the www.

  35. Lexi says:

    xiaoyu6291.com/channel.asp?id=5

    I’m thinking this should be on the list.

    • squiglybob13 says:

      Yea I just came across this one after seeing there listing on ebay for a PS4 for $1.00 lol I don’t think so….

  36. Lee says:

    Has anyone heard of the “instrument company” Shoppingchinanow.com? I’m almost possible this is a fraudulent website. Ordered an erhu in January and now it’s April…yeah, terrible. Beware of this site.

  37. Darren Daniell says:

    I have been scammed by tiptopelectronics.co.uk

    I purchased a projector which was faulty and had to be returned I have received neither a replacement unit or refund. The company doesn’t respond to my emails or calls

    Buyers beware!

  38. Isaquile says:

    wholesaledigitalstore.com
    Almost fell for the scam

  39. Leon says:

    I have been scammed by the following sites, they seem to be linked to the same parasites, good communication up until they had my money then nothing. Only accepting western union or bank transfer of funds.

    ecofishingstore.com
    yongtonghuamei.com

  40. pete says:

    I found site: electronics.com – looks genuine retailer, BUT when you look at address bar it shows electronics01.com – found this site on english ebay, they apparently take paypal. But after I placed my order I should’ve received confirmation on my email, which (after 2 days) I haven’t yet. paypal says the money has not been claimed yet, but after checking on scamadviser I am pretty sure that that site is a scam. on the adviser’s site I saw some of the mentioned here other sites i.e. electronics8885; 8886, 8889; shopping588; chinesexport.com;
    so now I am thinking how can I recover my money

    • Stephanie says:

      File a complaint with paypal. Only after I initiated a complaint did I get a real tracking number but when I received my package it was a small envelope with a fake silver coin. I escalated my claim and a month after everything started I got my money back.

      • Sunny says:

        what address did you mail the coin back too the address they gave me is bogus going through the steps to get my money back now.

  41. kelly says:

    seasonloveshoes.com

    apparently many have been scammed by them. PayPal payments are made to email addresses that seem to change with the transaction so consumer has no recourse. web address indicates A Swiss location but shipping from China???? free???? a costly stupid mistake.

  42. Emron says:

    I was looking at electronics88811.com before I found this site. They take Paypal. Any chance it’s not a scam?

    • KVNPark says:

      Sorry for the late reply.
      Paypal doesn’t mean no scam. Also, most sites claiming to take Paypal do not have the option once you actually try to check out.

  43. Shirlonda says:

    electronics88812.com is a definite scam… be aware found them on ebay

  44. tinah says:

    Does anyone know about variousdress.com? ordred my daughters prom drress from there and now they are gone. i still dont have a dress.

  45. MarianV says:

    hi,wholesaleiphone5c.com or goscheapsky.com are scam or not?

  46. lynnsj says:

    Just want to warn consumers of NFL Bee – NFL Jersey Shop. I ordered from them in Sept 2013 and when I didn’t receive my order I cancelled it and requested a refund. They informed me that they would refund my money, but after 100’s of e-mails (I don’t give up easily) and them telling me to be patient and my refund is coming I still do not have a refund and it is now Jan 2014 and they are no longer responding to my e-mails. So buyer beware.

  47. kiaira barnett says:

    Electronics8884.com is a scam too.

  48. MarcoPollo says:

    The is simple is to buy from legitimate websites such as ebay or amazon and pay by secured methods like paypal. I dont see the point of advertising for doba.com!!! it seems that you after the commission from subscribers clicking on your links.

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