What Is 3Sale.Net – Our ‘3Sale Net’ Reviews / Customer Reviews.
Not sure about 3Sale.Net? Your suspicions are correct about www.3sale.net as we answer is ‘3Sale Net’ legit or is ‘3SaleNet’ a scam and untrustworthy? There are many scam signs on their site like why is there no store for their address, where is their founders name and why do they not have any social media set up? If you gave them your payment info then contact your payment adviser immediately. You may report any scam site to our List of Internet Scammers Hall of Shame, and for online shopping scams, to our List of Scam Websites 1100+ Shopping Scams 2019 / 2020.
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3Sale.Net Exposed as a Fraud – Here’s Why.
3Sale.Net was registered on the 2019/12/02 and have already racked up huge interest for their sites goods. This can occur when a site is particularly convincing about their prices, which when they are fraudulent as an enterprise, are of course just lies. Stop sharing their content please. So they have failed to leave their founders name or an address when they registered their domain.
- Why is this? There is an address in WHOIS for them but do not be convinced by that. I have witnessed too many sites to count that is currently using that address as it is supplied to them by their hosting provider for a fee of about $20 a year. This is Privacy Protection, which is fine if you were not a scam site taking the most personal sensitive information from people under false pretenses for fraudulent purposes.
- On their website we see that they have four emails for their customer support. They are email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org but where is their phone number? Why is there no way to ring these guys as you would expect from a real business?
- One of the tips we advise people is to Google all such information to see what turns up. When a site is a scam, then Googling such info, may reveal data online about them such as if they are trustworthy or not. Since they are new we are not going to do this at this moment as I can guess there will be too little to make it worth it right now in terms of customer reviews.
- Also, one year online as a business is not very long at all. We normally see real e-stores set up for many years longer as one or two years is considered your start-up period. This may indicate a hit-and-run site but not always as we have to always consider there are work from home entrepreneurs running e-store, that do not have to declare such personal info.
- That does not mean they do not have to prove who they are and their affiliation with their suppliers. Too many times, as common practice, fake sites will simply steal the images of others and then try to pass them off as their own products, or as an affiliate, who is allowed to make commissions on them.
- We see no evidence of such affiliations on their site. What we do see is prices that can not be real. Google price compare any of their products and you will see they are being far too generous so as to put themselves in debt.
- On top of this they are offering free shipping and so we have to ask how are they making any profits? Where prices are far too-good-to-be-true then you should look out for reviews. If there are none then ask sites like us for advice and of course we always get back to people as soon as possible, sometimes if I am online, it is straight away.
- Their address is something else that is not checking out at all. They say their business address is 359 Pinehill Rd Dublin, Georgia(GA), 31021, but if you Google that address, we see nothing for their business. Google maps does not know their business at all.
- Ops, my apologies, they do have a phone number of (478) 275-0541. I see a site called rehold.com using that number for their students, so something very fishy indeed is going on here. They have clearly stolen the data of others to supply their site a sense of legitimacy.
- This is why Googling such data is paramount to yours and others online safety.
3Sale.Net is a scam. We have successfully debunked all the crucial parts of their site. We advise you never do business with any e-store that hides their real information as that is asking for trouble. If prices seem too good to be true then just look out for reviews, or wait until some surface. Please take a moment to share your own experiences about them in our comments or anywhere else on our site. Thank You.
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