Find Out What Is 9Uppa.com Really About – ‘9Uppa’ Reviews.
Having problems with late orders? Need to know What Is 9Uppa.com at www.9uppa.com about? Is 9Uppa com a scam, fraudulent, deceptive and no good or Is ‘9Uppa’ legit, real, safe, genuine and trustworthy? This www 9Uppa com Review is going to shed some light here on this site. They are already reported as being a fraud online. We will do our own review to see why that is so. Those that have their own ‘9 Uppa’ reviews are welcome to place them in the comments below.
Many dishonest shopping sites are streaming out of China all the time. We have to know some info about this company and one piece is where they are from. Typically, when such sites turn out to be unsafe, they send out goods that are not what was advertised. These goods tend to be shoddy, inferior, cheap, damaged, sometimes counterfeit and perhaps you may find stolen goods in your delivery, if they deliver anything. What Has Your Experience Been?
9Uppa.com Review – What Is ‘9Uppa’ and What Is LittlePlayLand Ltd.
So, there appears to be other sites reportedly run by the owners of 9Uppa.com. One such site is called DreamBlessing.com and the other is called Mofashshop.com. That ‘DreamBlessing’ is a link to our review on them, for those interested. Anyways, those that were scammed by ‘9Uppa’ are now advised to contact your payment providers. They will or may say to cancel your card and so do put in for a refund.
We are now going to find out a few things about the site in question. We begin with the registration date and we can see that they registered online in 2018/10/30 and one year is all they have done so for. 1 year online as a business is normally not that legit. Real sites tend to invest longer and so that is our first legit scam sign.
A PO BOX from PANAMA is another scam site because that is an incomplete address. It is also common for scammers just to put ‘PANAMA’ as their ‘address’. Clearly, and already, something is desperately wrong here. Real and ethical sites that sell online do not mind leaving such basic information. Actually, there is no reason to even hide it as customers expect to find that data.
firstname.lastname@example.org is all they have by way of contact. No real world location provided. No phone number available. There is a company name by Ningbo Zhongxin Electronic Technology, and also on their site, is a company called LittlePlayLand Ltd. ‘LittlePlayLand Ltd’ has nothing BUT COMPLAINTS about them all over the net!!
There is no founder name either and already, with the little research into their site, we can call them a suspicious.
‘9Uppa.com’ Scam Signs.
- Where ever you see that side-pop-in spinning wheel offer, you should probably be very careful. That is characteristic (in my experience of exposing online scams) of fraudulent sites. I see it often to connection with such fake sites.
- Prices are too-good-to-be-true and that is something to always watch out for. Where you see reductions of $100 and more then you have to pause to do some research. Especially when it is on most of their products. It is nearly always a sign of a fake site.
- There are reviews of their products to the right of their site. Please beware that the chances of those reviews being legit are very slim indeed. Always look for reviews on site, but more importantly, off site as well. Some places may only allow positive reviews and delete negative ones.
- There are other sites in connection and could very well be run by the same scammers.
- No founder name.
- Address of their biz is not available anywhere online. How are we supposed to trust them if we can’t find their real location.
- There are no social sharing icons that you would typically see on legit selling sites.
- The trusted seals of approval from the likes of McAffee, Norton etc, are not present on their site. That means that anyone’s payment information may be sold onto scammers. Worse still, with that information, random charges may be made to your card. Please watch your accounts like hawks and contest any withdrawals not approved by you, if you handed over payment details. But, that is only a big concern when we know without doubt they are a scam – that is not the case here.
How The Scam Could Be Perpetrated On Anyone.
Many times people have complained online about getting scammed by an ad on social media. Many times. And yet there are networks out there earning fortunes from such ads, and when they are reported, they do absolutely sweet— nothing. Not OK. Time we all did a one day strike on social media…
This typically how online shopping sites that are bad will behave – any of the below sound suspicious to you?
- Anyways, however you got to the site in question, those that purchased, may or may not have noticed a few things that made them first suspicious.
- Did you receive an email receipt? Sometimes scammers do not seem to care if you find them out so soon and simply will or may not bother to send you a receipt.
- Taxes paid on your purchase? Yet again, this is a basic requirement and sometimes they will not bother including taxes in the overall price of your order.
- Tracking Code! This is where so many complain they were giving a fake tracking code for their order. You can simply check with 17track.net, enter your code, to see if it is real or not. Where scammers tell you that USPS (or who ever) has your parcel. Then you go to that site and they say they do not have it, something is wrong and the e-store is most definitely lying.
- Perhaps the 5-7-12-20 days delivery time has elapsed? Well, these fake sites have been known to take up to 4 months to deliver anything. Common more is 2 months, and you be lucky by the sounds of many online reports, if you get yours in 6 weeks! – That is if you get anything at all.
- What was the address on your parcel, for those that got one, from the supplier? Many times its an address somewhere in China and with a returns address to Israel or somewhere else entirely.
- Perhaps you order was damaged? Poor quality? This is to be expected from fake sites. They are not in the business of producing anything of merit and certainly not close to what you paid for it.
- No matter if you friends or families tag you to see a promotion, always look for reviews. Just because you see it on a platform you usually feel safe on does not mean those ads are being vetted. Because, they are not!! No one checks if they are safe to the many millions of users on Facebook for example. Even when scammer gets cash out of unwary people, these platforms benefit from the fee’s paid, and the only one losing out is everyone else!
That is about all we have on that site. They have intentionally hidden all identifying information about themselves and that is always a crucially bad sign. Anyone with reports, reviews, are welcome to leave them below in the comments.
For me they are suspicious but I can not call them a scam. Will leave it down to the reports of their members.
And so that almost concludes this article. I am very much looking forward to hearing from you and others about the site just reviewed. Those that still have some questions on What Is 9Uppa.com are welcome to ask below. I respond to all comments personally and usually very fast. Everyone is welcome to REPORT ALL ONLINE SCAMS HERE or on any article at scamwitness.com. Just please be sure to leave the full URL to avoid any confusion with legit sites. Looking forward to your comments to come, and before you go, you can check out our very Latest Scam Alerts Here! Take care for you and hope to be speaking with you all in the comments.
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