Tiffany Outlet bites the dust

November 10, 2011 at 8:05 am 87 comments

Well, I’d LOVE to lay claim to this – seems that the shonky Chinese website I complained about, Tiffany Outlet, has bitten the dust. Actually, it looks like the real Tiffany is suing the asses off a ton of shonky commercial websites, not just Tiffany Outlet. I’ve been campaigning against Tiffany Outlet I admit – via this blog, via Twitter and so on. I still have the email address for Tiffany Outlet – must send them an email to say “looks like you’re toast”. But I’m sure I’m just one of many poor sods that were taken in by shonky counterfeiters.

This is what the website of Tiffany Outlet used to look like:

And this is what it looks like now:

Notice anything? Oooh yeah baby: looks like Tiffany Outlet has been served Notice and the site has been taken down. If you go to the site, you’ll see a whole host of legal documents. As someone with a law degree, I naturally waded my way through them to find the cause of action. And here’s the gist:

  • The plaintiff, Tiffany (NJ) LLC, filed an action against various unknown business entities who operate websites that advertise and sell counterfeit jewelry allegedly bearing Tiffany’s registered trademarks;
  • A number of these entities also incorporate “Tiffany” into their website domain names;
  • It seems the named defendants (who appear in Schedule A) are caught within the Judicial District of Nevada – presumably because they were distributing or selling into that jurisdiction via interactive commercial websites;
  • Willful and intentional infringement and counterfeiting of Tiffany’s trademarks allegedly took place in total disregard of Tiffany’s rights and have taken place despite the defendants knowledge that their use of Tiffany’s trademarks was and is in direct contravention of Tiffany’s rights;
  • The defendant’s registration of several domain names, which incorporate at least one of Tiffany’s registered trademarks, constitutes cyberpiracy in violation of 15 U.S.C. Β§ 1125(d); and
  • Irreparable injury to Tiffany has been caused by the defendant’s unlawful activities.

There appear to be 223 defendants Tiffany is hot on the trail of. I checked out the websites of about 20 of them and they now all display the Notice To Defendants.

I need to look into this further and found out the current state of the lawsuit. But I just had to do a quick post because I’m very pleased that Tiffany is taking action against shonky Chinese counterfeiters. I think the cheap knock-offs we’ve all no doubt bought in China, Hong Kong, Thailand etc probably brought us momentary satisfaction but, let’s face it, denied the rights of the legitimate maker of the product. Time has come for the knockoff sites and counterfeiters to bite the dust.


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Tiffany Outlet We’re under attack

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  • 1. Sara  |  December 9, 2011 at 8:50 pm

    Apparently the following site is still up, hopefully they will be taken down soon.

    • 2. thinkingshift  |  December 10, 2011 at 7:41 pm

      I can’t find them in the list of defendants – but hopefully Tiffanys will be after them soon! Thanks for the comment.

      • 3. Sal  |  May 9, 2012 at 1:47 am

        Yep – they’ve been nabbed too! πŸ™‚

  • 4. John  |  December 22, 2011 at 1:19 pm

    I just got shafted on this site. Wish I had done my research before, they are clearly referencing the real tiffany site with hyperlinks, etc.

    It is a wolf in sheep’s skin for sure.

  • 5.  |  December 28, 2011 at 3:29 am

    Been on these sites just now. Thank goodness I checked your blog. However all the sites are back up. Scrolling down I am seeing at least 20 or so! I think they are impossible to shut down. Spoke with a rep in Tiffamy store (Tampa, Florida) and they are very aware at store level.

    • 6. thinkingshift  |  December 28, 2011 at 5:06 am

      The site I had the “issue” with was
      I just searched “Tiffany Outlet” on Google and found

      May or may not be the same site – they might have altered their domain name. still has the Notice to Defendants up.

      So everyone – BE REALLY AWARE of what you’re doing. The sites masquerading as Tiffanys are crooks and opportunists – they will take your money and run. Only buy from the real Tiffanys – yeah sure might cost more but it’s the real deal.

      Personally, I hope that the real Tiffanys doesn’t give up and hangs all these crooks out to dry.

  • 7. Arlene  |  January 2, 2012 at 3:58 am

    Another site thats up is

  • 8. Jolene  |  January 3, 2012 at 7:53 pm

    Has anyone tried to submit a chargeback on the credit card? Unfortunately, my son is becoming the latest victim to this scam.

    • 9. thinkingshift  |  January 4, 2012 at 3:23 am

      I’m in hot contest with my credit card company over the whole thing. This has been going on for some months. I’m just thankful those crooks didn’t charge my credit card twice – because the first order on the screen didn’t work, so I had to do it again.

      Everyone out there just needs to be aware of these SCAM SITES and CROOKS masquerading as Tiffanys. It’s not worth trying to get something on the cheap just so you can say you have a Prada or Louis Vuitton or something from Tiffanys. What you get is RUBBISH, CRAP and then the crooks treat you like you’re an idiot.

      They offered to refund me $15.00 – I decided to go public with the whole thing and warn anyone I could.

      I’m very glad that so many people are reading my posts about Tiffany Outlet and leaving comments.

  • 10. JC  |  February 9, 2012 at 8:34 am

    Sigh. My husband got cheated trying to get me a Valentine Gift. I wrote to them asking for full refund.

    Btw, this is the site.

    Please be warned.


    • 11. thinkingshift  |  February 14, 2012 at 8:42 pm

      This is why I get SO annoyed at these scam artists and fraudsters. Your husband was trying to buy you something lovely for Valentine’s Day (full brownie points to him) – only to be duped by these charlatans. I doubt you’ll get a refund but I’m hoping you do. Thx for leaving the site URL. Be warned everyone. We have to do our very best to expose these shoddy websites and their shoddy goods that are trying to sell off to unsuspecting people like you and me!!

      • 12. June  |  February 15, 2012 at 7:17 am

        Hi, unfortunately they did not respond to my email. I’m guessing they take order from us then order from China. Cuz e parcel address is from China. Sigh I told my husband I’d never wear a fake. Hahaha!

  • 13. Heidi  |  February 12, 2012 at 11:06 am

    Thank you for the warning. I was looking for a Paloma Picasso daisy earrings and the Tiffany outlet website came up. I found pictures of the earrings but they seemed really cheap! That is when I goggled to see if Tiffany really has an outlet store…then I found your postings. I am glad I did not become a victim of their scam.

  • 14. Paris Thomas  |  February 18, 2012 at 9:29 pm

    I looked on there site and decided to email to ask questions I asked if it was real would the Tiffany&co cleaner work on there stuff as well I got a reply from them simply saying fuck you lol … Im happy I’m a google head and decided not to order or give them squat!
    > To:
    > Subject: Message from tiffanycooutlet-shop
    > Date: Sat, 18 Feb 2012 18:36:24 +0300
    > From:
    > Fuck you
    > From: Paris Thomas
    > Email:
    > ——————————————————
    > Is the silver real? If I need to clean it can I take to the tiffany and co
    > store?
    > ——————————————————
    > Office Use Only:
    > From: Paris Thomas
    > Email:
    > Login Name: Not logged in
    > Login Email: Not logged in
    > IP Address: –
    > Date and Time: Sat Feb 18 2012 18:36:24 MSK

  • 15. katherine  |  March 5, 2012 at 9:28 pm

    there is apparently more web sites out there that are fake. thanks for your blog! It saved me from giving those jerks my money!
    here is another fake site.

    • 16. thinkingshift  |  March 6, 2012 at 6:47 am

      Thx Katherine – glad I can save people from being sucked in by these scam artists. My personal aim is to take them down. So everyone: if you find a fake Tiffany site – don’t be shy, leave a comment and help these dodgy scam artists meet the fate they deserve!!

  • 18. Tiffany (my real name). :)  |  March 10, 2012 at 1:10 pm

    Look up

    They are still there!!!!!

    Thanks for this blog as I almost bought from them.

    • 19. thinkingshift  |  March 10, 2012 at 8:02 pm

      Could be wrong but looks to me like they’ve changed their domain name slightly and are back up and running. If anyone has information on this – please leave a comment.

      Either way, they are still dodgy scam artists. I now know to spot some clues:

      * note the site uses “Tiffany and Co”. The REAL Tiffany is Tiffany & Co (i.e. using the ampersand). Although the site uses the ampersand in the title, throughout the text you will see “and”. Go and look at the REAL Tiffany site: – you will not see “and” even in the description of items;
      * if you read everything carefully, you will spot spelling errors and Chinglesh (Chinese English). Here’s an example from the site just quoted “ wishes you to be satisfied with every purchase but we know that sometimes this is not the case”. “Wishes you to be satisfied”, as any native English speaker would recognise, is not the right sequence of words.

      What you need to do is go through the site with a fine tooth comb – there will be clues that you aren’t dealing with the genuine Tiffany, rather a scam Tiffany impersonator.

      I am currently investigating where the REAL Tiffany is up to with chasing these fraudulent sites. I’ll keep you all posted but in the meantime, DON’T buy online from any of the sites listed in this blog post or comments section.

      I’m pleased to have personally helped some of you save $$$ and I hope to continue doing so!

  • 20. Rose McSweeney  |  March 10, 2012 at 7:31 pm

    Thank you very much… I was just about to buy $170.00 worth of jewelry but I thought I would google them first. I knew you don’t get something for nothing but I was still hoping. So thanks everyone for the warning. You save me a lot of $$.

    • 21. Rose McSweeney  |  March 10, 2012 at 7:52 pm

      and of course I mean thank you Katherine for starting this blog in the first place. It was great of you to blog this even though you had to experience these scam artists.

      • 22. thinkingshift  |  March 10, 2012 at 8:30 pm

        You are not an idiot at all Rose (and it’s Kim not Katherine). The dodgy Chinese scam artists are the IDIOTS for thinking that they will get away with scamming people’s money and impersonating the real Tiffany & Co. I know we all like to get a Brand name item for less money but we are denying $$ to the company who is really behind the Tiffany brand. And worse: lining the pockets of fraudsters who take your money and run, without a care in the world.

    • 23. thinkingshift  |  March 10, 2012 at 8:04 pm

      Well Rose, despite losing $$ myself, I’m very pleased to have saved many of you from losing your own $$ to these dodgy scam artists. Take that $170.00 and walk into a REAL Tiffany store and buy something genuine and of quality.

  • 24. Rose McSweeney  |  March 11, 2012 at 2:44 am

    Yes Kim you are so right. Thanks again..

  • 25. Pat Laidlaw  |  March 20, 2012 at 10:21 pm

    Thank you so much for your website & your diligence

  • 26. Beatrice  |  April 19, 2012 at 11:53 am

    hi Im just looking to buy Tiffany and co jewelry, and i found very good deals on this website but in not sure if its not a chinese. Its too perfect to be true. Could somebody help me πŸ™‚ Thank you, Beatrice

    • 27. thinkingshift  |  April 19, 2012 at 7:35 pm

      Beatrice, all of us have learnt by now that there is only ONE real Tiffanys website and it’s this one:
      All other sites are shonky Chinese crap, don’t go near them – they will take your money and run, whilst you’re left with cheap crap and less $$ in your bank account.

      • 28. Beatrice  |  April 20, 2012 at 8:19 am

        Thank you πŸ˜‰ I will looking for a store near to my place , I dont want to buy chinese crap.

  • 29. NS  |  June 1, 2012 at 5:55 pm

    omg! i read this too late…and no wonder my orders has not arrived for a week!

  • 30. julia  |  June 21, 2012 at 8:11 pm

    They never took down the site. It’s still up and running.

    • 31. thinkingshift  |  June 22, 2012 at 5:09 am

      mmmm…that link doesn’t work. One hopes that the site is kaput, nada, nuked.

  • 32. La urie  |  July 25, 2012 at 3:14 am

    Thank you so much for the warning. You saved me.

  • 33. Kathaleen Krane  |  August 2, 2012 at 12:05 am

    I was using I have to admit – pretty slick – i was getting annoyed I hadn’t found the oulet sooner!

    I want to thank you Kim for starting this blog – it shows true character that you are willing to share your misfortune to keep others from being duped. Ironically when I searched ‘are tiffany outlets real’ this thread came up – amazing work – you not only have the satisfaction of seeing the original site being shut down – I do believe you gained an international audience – you have gone viral πŸ™‚

    My Best,
    Kathie (USA)

    • 34. thinkingshift  |  August 2, 2012 at 1:44 am

      Well thank you Kathie πŸ™‚ Glad to see that my post is picked up by people searching for that shonky Chinese site and happy to have anything to do with their demise!

  • 35. Brandy Nichols  |  August 12, 2012 at 7:38 pm

    Here is yet another one. I was thinking of purchasing a few items and thought I would check them out before doing anything. My first clue was that they were offering a free Tiffany silver polishing cloth. I have several real items from Tiffany & Co and no, they do not give you a polishing cloth. If you see this on any website, it is a quick way to tell if it is a scam.


    • 36. thinkingshift  |  August 12, 2012 at 9:00 pm

      Thx Brandy – keep the comments coming everyone. The more we publicise what this shonky Chinese website it up to, the sooner we can shut them down permanently.

  • 37. May Tatary (@maytatary)  |  November 5, 2012 at 11:10 am

    is this one also fake?

    • 38. thinkingshift  |  November 5, 2012 at 9:42 pm

      Remember that only Tiffany’s itself has the right to sell Tiffany stuff. So this is the real website There are also signs on the site you ask about that it is not genuine. I won’t give too much away as the shonky Chinese websites will be learning how to improve – but just check out the bottom of the screen under heading More Reviews. Read the first sentence and you will know it is not written in correct English. Read the second sentence and you’ll see that even more clearly. There are also other signs but these alone will tell you what you’re dealing with.

      • 39. Ann Johnson  |  October 15, 2013 at 8:44 pm

        I think we got the idea. They are SHONKY…

      • 40. thinkingshift  |  October 16, 2013 at 9:29 pm

        I’m glad you get the idea Ann. The use of the word “shonky” is intentional. It is good Australian slang and has abundant meaning for Aussies. This is not a “forum” – it’s a blog – and if you don’t like what you’re reading, may I kindly suggest you go elsewhere. You are correct in what you say to a point – yes, in this day and age, we are becoming more aware of dishonest people on the internet but many of us are still taken in. It is also not “shonky” to try and buy something authentic for an “unreasonable” price (however this may be defined). We live in a world of troubled economic times = many sales, discounts = many authentic items are being offered at hugely discounted prices. The purpose of the post is awareness raising and you can see by comments (other than yours) that it has helped people and saved them from becoming victims. If I have helped people do this, then I don’t give a toss how many times I’ve used the word shonky.

  • 41. scott mostert  |  November 27, 2012 at 2:36 am

    Crap, I just spent $59.00 on what I thought was a Burberry outlet for a scarf. Thank you for your blog, I’m calling my credit card company to cancel that order. I found you when I was looking for a Tiffany outlet for my next christmas gift. Will order from the Tiffany site only. Thanks.

  • 42. slinsky  |  November 30, 2012 at 8:03 pm

    Count me among the latest victims of Tiffany Outlets. The site that scammed me is

    I never bought from Tiffany before and didn’t even think there was anything fishy about it.

    I got the wrong item and emailed them via their “Contact Us” tab (my cc was also charged more than what was shown when I made the order, and then also found a “foreign transaction fee” on my cc that had me scratching my head). I got a response, pretty rough english grammar, asking for pictures of the product I received to help them sort out what when wrong. I replied with pictures of what I recieved, a picture of my actuall order invoice from the website, and a picture of the product i ordered from them. No response. That’s when I thought to google “Tiffany Outlet” and came across you’re blog.

    Now it looks like I’m out $75 on something that has zero value, not only being the wrong item but also not being a real Tiffany product at all. I am completely bumbed and hate the feeling of helplessness. I don’t expect any further response from them and feel like it’s time to cut my losses, feel like an idiot for a while, and move on.

    Thanks for blogging about this…I only wish it would have occured to me to google them instead of assuming the super great discount price was real.

    • 43. thinkingshift  |  December 1, 2012 at 3:37 am

      Sorry to hear about this Slinksy – we’ve all been duped by the shonky Chinese fake Tiffany websites, so you’re not alone. So now we know to look out for – everyone be warned about this fraudulent rip-off site. Remember – if it sounds too good to be true, it’s a fake. Cut your losses Slinksy and join us in trying to shut these scammers down. Thx for sharing your experience.

  • 44. Devan  |  December 15, 2012 at 4:35 pm

    I was scammed by them too!!! After 2 + months, my girlfriend finally received her ring, it was about two sizes larger than I ordered and looked suspect to me from the second I opened it!!!! I tried to contact them immediately to no avail…. glad you are going down Tiffanyoutlet!!! I hate scammers and knockoff thieves!!! Classaction lawsuit?

  • 45. YaYa  |  December 22, 2012 at 4:16 pm

    I thought they were toast! I ran across the same site listed above and thought I had struck GOLD! Glad I decided to research a little bit more before giving them my money!!!! Their site needs to be shut down to prevent others from being scammed.

  • 46. Lynne Simpson  |  January 6, 2013 at 4:29 am

    I live in England and have been scammed too in November I ordered over Β£100 worth of goods, I am still waiting despite 10 e mails saying they are sending the items. I cancelled my credit card the next day, as I got suspicious, but they had already taken the money. Wish I’d gone on my instincts and not ordered, but I am disabled and have to do all my shopping on line. Wish I had seen your blog first. I had to explain to my daughter why she hardly had anything for Christmas as I couldn’t afford it. Thankfully she is kind and understanding. Guess I just have to chalk it down to experience. Keep up the great work, I will spread the word too, even though I feel humiliated and stupid. Lynne

    • 47. thinkingshift  |  January 6, 2013 at 5:48 am

      Lynne, not for one moment should you feel stupid. You’re just like me and every other person who has left a comment on this blog under this post – an innocent victim of shonky Chinese scam artists. Your story has really made me wonder why these crooks are still operating. I plan to investigate this much further and find out how or why they can still operate. I do know that the real Tiffanys was taking action against them (and other fake Tiffany websites) but don’t know at what point this legal action is. If anyone knows, leave a comment. I will look into it further.

      Meantime Lynne, sounds like you have a wonderful, understanding daughter and – despite the Chinese scam artists – you managed to have a happy Christmas. Thank you for sharing your story.

  • 48. BJ  |  January 10, 2013 at 8:30 am

    omg you have saved me!!!
    i was searching in google whether or not the tiffany ring chart was precise or not and i found this!
    I was about to enter my credit card details in until this! thank god!
    Although, as i was signing up as a registered customer, i received an email from”Owner” To:(My details)
    Stating a welcoming message and that if i have any issues to contact…. Lol!!! yet spastic me, ignored the clearest evidence!!!
    Be warned guys, and

    Btw, this is the first time i ever join these forums, i just had to join in on this one!!!

    • 49. thinkingshift  |  January 11, 2013 at 6:44 am

      Thanks BJ for sharing your experience with us. The Hotmail address is a dead giveaway – so anyone else, if you are thinking of using or and you get a Hotmail account email in response to a question or as a welcome message BE WARNED!! It’s shonky Chinese rip-off merchants you’re dealing with and NOT the real Tiffanys.

  • 50. Jenn Luk  |  January 11, 2013 at 3:34 pm

    It’s still on!, the store that ripped you off is still up! You really can’t find it from google, but they have facebook advertisements and everything!

  • 51. bbv  |  January 16, 2013 at 4:35 pm

    Slinksy, The same thing happened to me. I just contacted my credit card company after a month of not hearding from their “customer service.” The CC company said they’d refund me the $ and handle the dispute. Have you done this?

  • 52. Frankie  |  February 15, 2013 at 12:05 am has anyone seen this website. The prices seem really cheap but after seeing posts above I am a bit wary. Anyone know about it?

  • 54. Amelia Rose (real name)  |  May 1, 2013 at 8:52 am I am so happy to have found this!! doing a baby shower looking for boxes came across this!

  • 55. Amelia Rose (real name)  |  May 1, 2013 at 8:53 am


  • 56. AFlores  |  May 22, 2013 at 5:19 pm

    Thank you so much for the info! i was abut to make a purchase and i am glad I decided to research more entering my c card info!!

  • 57. TM  |  June 27, 2013 at 7:01 pm

    They are still scamming people at I got to the website through a pin on pinterest of a cute heart necklace. Had a horrible experience with the company of course and now filing a complaint through the government ICC (Internet Crime Complaint) Center and letting the real Tiffany Jewelers know of this by emailing (found on the real website).

    • 58. thinkingshift  |  June 28, 2013 at 7:19 am

      Please let us all know how your complaint with the ICC goes. Will be interesting to see what power they have to smack these scam artists!!!

  • 59. CL  |  August 2, 2013 at 10:00 am

    Here is another site!

    • 60. Badger  |  December 2, 2013 at 7:04 am

      Ive just used this site an wish I checked it out first I feel like an idiot. Β£100.00 down the drain

  • 61. Dana  |  November 10, 2013 at 4:46 pm

    I came upon the site (notice the spelling, but enter the site and it all looks legit. My sister and I wanted to order… but something didn’t set right with me, so I checked to see if this was a scam.. GLAD I did… but this site is still up and running.. Im sure other will be duped. 😦

  • 62. Serg  |  December 10, 2013 at 3:29 pm

    I came accross this website and this one I thought that it might be too good to be true. Im not one to do a lot of research, but like many of the previous commentors said, “something did not sit right with me”. Im glad this complaint chain was started. I was almost out a lot of money. Thank you to you all for taking the time to warn us.

  • 63. Terry  |  December 12, 2013 at 5:39 pm Legit???

  • 65. ang  |  December 13, 2013 at 6:52 am

    Here is another one of their sites

  • 66. Tonia  |  December 22, 2013 at 4:13 pm

    How stupid have I been!!! I have ordered 3 items from this website for Christmas presents & my daughters birthday. I am usually very careful not to order online, but I was swayed by the ease & couldn’t face the Christmas rush!!! I have had no contact from them, no goods delivered, & no way to contact them apart from an obviously bogus email address.
    I now assume my stupidity had cost me money that I will now try to retrieve.

  • 67. Felito  |  February 7, 2014 at 8:58 pm

    Here is another FAKE website! Don’t be fooled .. Tiffany & Co. “DO NOT HAVE AN ONLINE OUTLET STORE!!!!!

    FAKE site which is up as of 2/7/2014 3:58pm

  • 68. Courtney  |  February 14, 2014 at 5:06 pm is another one

  • 69. Bridget  |  February 20, 2014 at 11:21 am

    Thank you so much, I put 2 items in my cart and thought about the “if its too good to be true” saying , looked at all your comments and removed all items. Site I was on is , Tiffany & Co online outlet.

  • 70. Robin A  |  March 7, 2014 at 10:51 am

    Yes, last month my aunt was about to order from a site and I thought it was a good idea too because I’m hosting a Tiffany themed bridal shower as well. When I looked at the items and the prices, I just felt like it was too good to be true! It was too cheap to be real Tiffany products. So, I called the Tiffany store on Michigan Avenue here in Chicago and a customer service rep told me there is no such thing as a Tiffany outlet and more than likely the websites are from China. I immediately called my aunt who said that she had started her order but did not finish entering her credit card info. She was so happy and grateful that I called her to tell her there was no such thing as a Tiffany outlet! Nevertheless, thank you for being vigilant in your efforts to shut websites like these down!

  • 71. Carrie  |  May 17, 2014 at 3:48 am is still up and running! UGH! so glad i saw your blog!

    • 72. Caitlin  |  August 27, 2016 at 3:24 pm

      A similar site is STILL up and running on this day Saturday, August 27, 2016. 😦 My mom ALMOST fell for it until I decided to google “Tiffany Outlet”. Thank goodness for these blog posts!

      • 73. thinkingshift  |  September 1, 2016 at 12:50 am

        Thank goodness indeed Caitlin! People like you, leaving information about these dodgy websites, will help us all avoid the fake stuff.

  • 74. Erika  |  May 21, 2014 at 4:23 pm

    I just saw the site, it does look legit. I hope the real Tiffany”s do something about it.

  • 75. cris  |  May 27, 2014 at 3:14 pm
    Pay attention to this site too.

  • 76. Jen  |  July 9, 2014 at 12:42 am

    I know you feel good knowing this fake tiffany site has been shut down, but there are hundreds of sites just like it. They get shut down, and they just open up a new site, don’t care if it’s temporary, the nature of such “businesses” is that they just keep moving on….confident in the fact that most people see a low price on the bling they desire, and they just jump right in without doing any research first. Most of them are never caught or actually suffer the effects of any lawsuits. Good that you are writing about your experience, though. Hopefully people will learn the age old adage – if it looks too good to be true, it probably is.

  • 77. christina  |  July 22, 2014 at 6:42 pm

    I have just ordered from this same website and just found out all of this crap.I’m so mad and can’t believe I fell for this website being so cheap. Thanks for the blog

  • 78. Deanna  |  August 9, 2014 at 1:13 am

    Here’s another one. Couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw a “Tiffany” bracelet under $50. Sad, but glad I didn’t purchase anything.

    Fraud site:

  • 79. susan  |  October 22, 2014 at 5:19 pm my husband got scammed by this one

  • 80. Mark  |  December 11, 2014 at 3:41 pm

    new one that i have just fallen victim to,

    not sure if i will receive anything but payment taken. oops

  • 81. Wendy Shrubsole  |  December 26, 2014 at 8:37 pm

    I think this is another one.
    too good to be true

  • 82. Megan M  |  December 28, 2014 at 10:15 am

    hi, I think this is another one, it’s putting up ads on Facebook and coming up as a suggested page to like….. so frustrating that these guys get away with this stuff.

  • 83. Mary  |  January 24, 2015 at 5:00 pm

    Glad I read this blog too. I received an email from this site. I sent them an email as did #14, will see what happens.

  • 84. Paul  |  May 7, 2015 at 3:12 pm

    I think this is the latest website for these Chinese fakers..

  • 85. Mimi  |  August 14, 2015 at 8:59 pm

    Here’s the latest one:

  • 86. Chester kaup  |  December 8, 2015 at 4:51 pm

    And another one (link) that shows up in emails

  • 87. Tony  |  March 4, 2017 at 10:14 am

    Well done. I’m proud of you for not taking a back seat on this.


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