What Is www.Awtoed.com – Is Awtoed.com Scam or Legit Online TV Store?

By | December 9, 2018

What Is www.Awtoed.com – Scam Alert – Don’t Buy From That Site!

Thinking about or just purchased and now asking What Is www.Awtoed.com? Is www Awtoed com fake, scam, crooked, bad, dishonest or Is Awtoed com safe, legit, real, genuine, good, honest? This Awtoed Review is going to do some digging to save you time and give you the answer straight away. They have another site, called Auate.com, that is proven to be a scam site. There is another one as well that will be exposed soon. Do report Awtoed in the comments below this article if they have already scammed you – Thank You.

They are operating out of China per other online reports. LG TV’s brand name is not affiliated with their sites and so you can contact LG and ask them yourself. You will find out that they do not endorse Awtoed or Auate and have NOT given them permission to promote their products. Besides, I see reports of people buying those TV’s for around $100 – if it is too good to be true, it undoubtedly is! 

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What Is www.Awtoed.com – Is Awtoed Really Fake or Not? 

You can simply check out the reports left on the Auate.com article and you will see complaints about that site. Since they are replicas of each other, a review of one, is a review of all sites that look like theirs. Same Scam Owner Operated. For those quick to find out how to get a refund, simply contact your payment provider i.e. bank, PayPal and file a dispute on any money charged to your card. Let us know in the comments if you managed to get a refund, if you  have the time.

 

Awtoed.com Website

don’t buy anything from www.awtoed.com!

 

OK! We begin as usual with the founder of any site to determine if they have left legitimate and transparent ownership data. Where we find a sheer lack of this information would be enough, for myself anyways, not to buy from such a site. 

Whois is showing me their site, Awtoed.com, was registered for just a year online. That was done on the 2018/11/23. Their only address is GuangDong – an ‘address’ I have seen connected with other fake online shopping stores. So, that is proof enough that we are dealing with a shopping site from China, which is important, because there is a heavy number of fake shopping stores coming from China – as you may know.

There is no name, address, contact email, cell/phone numberNOTHING – for customer support. That is a deliberate attempt to hide ownership online. That is normal scammer behavior and I see it daily. The purpose of this is obviously not to get caught and arrested. So, when their site begins to get a bad reputation online, scam reports flood the net about them, then the illegal earnings go down.

When this happens they will either redirect to a new version, close it and start up a new one, and so having copies offsets potential losses from older sites that are now closed or clearly not making what it used to.

 

 

Awtoed Scam Revealed.

Here is how you could be typically scammed by Awtoed. Like most other fake online shopping stores I cover, most of them are getting excellent traffic from social media sites like Facebook etc, where people complain where they first saw these scammers ads. Just because you see an ad on Facebook, You-Tube, Twitter etc DOES NOT MAKE IT A LEGIT SITE

I even saw an ad, on You-Tube, about a site I just wrote about and exposed on Google. I was surprised but I was being re-targeted because I was on that site on that day. Look for reviews of any site, that you don’t know who they are, and where complaints far out-weigh good reports, then you can safely assume they are not legit.

Here is how you could be sucked into their scam:-

1). See an ad on Facebook and you ‘click. You make a purchase by handing over ALL of you payment details. Those details will probably now be data harvested and sold onto scammers for further fraudulent purposes. Ring your bank and see if you should cancel that card and order a new one.

2). Typically as well, scam sites are notorious for overcharging your card. They may even have the cheek to charge you monthly for ‘something’, that they say, was in their Terms and Conditions – even when it is not. Dispute every word that comes out of their mouth and get your money back!!

3). Once the order is paid for then you will be given some tracking info. It is quite ‘normal’ with scam sites to find your tracking information to suddenly disappear

4). Once that happens, you may contact support by whatever means they may supply you with, and you may find they will be rude or simply ignore you. Perhaps, you will get a response, but they can be vague and unhelpful and simply stalling for time.

5). Nothing Turns Up! That there is the worse case scenario. Again, apply for a refund – I simply can’t say that enough to you!

6). Perhaps ‘something’ does turn up, but you may find, it is a replica/cheap knock off and not even worth what you paid for it. It won’t be one of those LG TV’s from their TV’s Store anyways.

 

 

 

SCAM SIGNS.

Awtoed.com Scam Signs!

Don’t give these scammers your cash!

Lets now quickly cover a few basic scam signs that you can apply to any site fake online shopping site.

  • I see a Smart TV for $640 and reduced to $128! How are they making a profit for giving that TV away like that? Clearly, they are not! So, when you see a shopping site slashing $100’s and $100’s off of their products is a very reliable sign you are dealing with a deceptive site.
  • 80% OFF CLEARANCE SALE! What?! They have JUST opened that site and now they are already having a ‘clearance sale’. Their other sites are identical and try to pull the same ‘clearance sale’ trick on other unwary customers.
  • PLUS FREE SHIPPING! LOL – no, so all that money off and now they are going to ship your order to you free of charge? Again, how are they making money – profit – like this?
  • Have you tried clicking on their social media bottoms, bottom right of their site? When you hover over them, bottom left of your screen, you should see a URL that it is pointing to. It only says ‘javascript’. They are NOT clickable and only for show. Another common scam site sign.
  • No Founder Name, real world address, contact information of any kind – as covered – that is an alarming sign of a fake site.
  • Early online reports of others having been scammed by Awtoed – a keen indicator of any sites intentions online towards others. Even good and trusted companies get complaints, whereupon, they will send a rep to try to resolve problems. Good companies don’t like bad press. And so Awtoed etc have not done this as yet  nor do I expect they will. Why? Because they would have to ‘claim’ their business and that involves revealing who they are. So you see that is another scam sign and really I can go on all day like this.

 

 

Where You Scammed By Awtoed or any of their Other Sites? Please Report Them In The Comments Below – Thank You.

 

 

 

Verdict:-

 

Verdict

 

 

 

 

 

Final Thoughts.

File a payment dispute to get your money back now! You may get a product but not the one you ordered. It maybe damaged, replica/knock off. You card info is now at risk, potentially, and see contact your bank to see if you need to cancel it and get a new one. LG Smart TV’s have nothing to do with any of their fake sites. Please report EXACT URL’s of any site that looks like the one exposed in this article in the comments below – Thank You. Awtoed is going in my my List of Internet Scammers Section – where it will stay.


Need more information on What Is www.Awtoed.com? You are welcome to ask below, and if I can further help, I will 🙂 . Check the comments (if any) for further information. Thank you for clicking on this article and looking forward to all of your comments to come.

 

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25 thoughts on “What Is www.Awtoed.com – Is Awtoed.com Scam or Legit Online TV Store?

  1. Matthew Urland

    Philip Scam Witness,

    Hey there it’s me again! Just thought I’d swing by your site and bring you and your visitors a little bit of information about http://www.awtoed.com, http://www.auate.com, and http://www.ebuyea.com

    These sites have officially been removed from the internet. That’s good news to anyone still in the dispute process. Legit companies don’t remove their websites. Make sure you let your payment company know this immediately as this will help you in the long run.

    I beat these Clowns and you can too!! Good luck everyone and take care
    ~? Matthew

    Reply
    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Great to hear from you again Mathew and that is an excellent point. I did not know that payment providers were more inclined to give you a refund if the site closes down. Thank you for that tip Mathew.

      Thanks also for the additional information that I have no doubt will be of benefit to others.

      We have added a new section to our site Mathew and where it is going to be dedicated to User Content only. Here people may write their own reports about their experiences with scam sites. I will then seek to index such content in Google Index.

      Should you encounter any scam sites online then please feel free to report them HERE Mathew anytime.

      Thanks again and hope to hear from you again sometime 🙂 .~ Philip (Scam Witness).

      Reply
  2. Matthew Urland

    ***UPDATE****

    Previously I mentiond that they disputed my dispute Well good news came my way yesterday. I have won my dispute with my C. C. Company. what a process it was but Totally worth getting my $110.40 Back.
    it pays to Keep all Documents including screen Shots, E-mail and any form of communication you make with any body you conduct Business with online.
    Thank You~ Matthew

    Reply
    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Delighted to hear this Mathew 🙂 and thank you for updating us on your battle to get your refund! Yes, I agree with you completely. Definitely keep all evidence of communication when dealing with anyone online. Thanks again Mathew 🙂 .

      Reply
  3. matthew

    would you please delete this post as well as delete stripe.com from my original post? I would really appreciate it. My reasoning for this id because Stripe .com is a LEGIT Online Company. I made a mistake and for that I apologize.

    Thank You very much * Matthew

    Reply
    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi Mathew,

      Those edits and that comment is now deleted. Don’t worry, I have made some mistakes as well and its not a problem at all 🙂 .

      Reply
  4. Matthew

    I to was a fool and fell for the size of the “T.V.” and the price. I fell prey to them on December 8, 2018. I disputed the charges a day after I was charged. since then I have been credited my money back from my CC Company. Now all this time I have been going back and forth via email with these whoever is behind all of this. but as soon as they received paperwork or word from my CC Company stating that I am disputing the charges, to my surprise they actually responded to it. Shocked I was. I have spent a ton of hours researching this site awtoed.com, Auate.com and here is a couple new ones for you JULIUSJAMES.COM. On the paperwork that they responded with it listed an address of a company in California. My background is in network security administration. I googled the address and it let me to a Nail salon in San Francisco CA. All these sites lead you back to the JULIUSJAMES.com. Im right on their tail. Im extremely shocked that our own government wont put forth the money, time or resources into catching these people that makes sites like this. I mean at least shut them down.
    Since they responded back to my CC Company stating that I did in fact authorize the charges my CC Company placed those charged back om my card. Now its my turn to respond back to my CC Company with proof that I never received the merchandise. All these sites lead to one package tracking website. http://www.17track.net/en
    if you would like these details I would be more than happy to share them with you. The more people that we have looking into them the better our odds are at catching them. you may contact me via my email address. Sorry to all the people that have fell for this. Stand your ground keep all documents, screenshots, text messages and emails that you exchanged with any fake company because if they respond to your dispute like they did mine, itll take all your evidence to prove that you never received any merchandise. Please speak up about this and share all you find and here is a good place to start. Thank You Scam Witness

    Reply
    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi Mathew,

      That was extraordinay researching Mathew and thank you for taking the time to leave your extensive research above. YOu are welcome to leave all the information you may have to help alert others. The bbb.or is also a great place to alert them to your work on this matter.

      I looked at stripe and it seems that is a legit site as a payment method – did I miss something?

      The JulisusJames site seems odd alright. Landing page that links to a blank page that is a re-direct to a dot co.uk site. Very strange indeed. Since their site is not functional I don’t see them as a threat right now, unless of course, they are just setting it up as a threat.

      Thanks again Mathew and looking forward to hearing from you again 🙂 ~ Philip.

      P.S. Have you ever thought of doing what I do? – Exposing online scams. With your background you would be a perfect fit.

      Reply
      1. Matthew Urland

        Philip,

        Thank you for the feedback. Once I make it back to my laptop I’ll be dropping off some more info I’ve dug up. I’ve been thinking about what you said “have you Ever thought about doing what I do? Exposing online scams. With your background you would be a perfect fit” I think you might be right. How exactly would I go about doing this?
        Thank You very much and I look forward to your reply ~ Matthew

        Reply
        1. Scam Witness Post author

          Hi Mathew,

          Great to hear from you again Mathew. Certainly it is easy to get started and it comes with a tool-kit to get started.

          20 Free Set up tutorials. Free lifetime acc and also 7 Day Premium Trial with Wealthy Affiliate.

          So, to give you some info on ‘WA’ (for short) you can read about them HERE or sign up HERE for free.

          So beware there are Premium Fee’s to stay Premium, which when I first started kinda surprised, but looking back was maybe an slightly immature mindset on my part.

          But the good news is, its highly affordable. And since there are so many online scams daily (1000’s) it seems a day are set up, then you are never out of work. Besides, there is such an array of topics to write about online, you are never out of work anyways 🙂 .

          That is how you start Mathew. Once you begin to achieve online success, it is only a matter of repeating with another site, and really its a lifetimes worth of work. The beginning is tough and those that persevere beyond that stand the greatest chances of achieving a full time income online for the long term.

          Should you find you have questions or concerns then please don’t hesitate to ask me here or inside the platform mentioned Mathew. Looking forward to hearing you from and I hope that has answered your question. ~ Philip (Scam Witness).

          P.S. Should you decide to begin this line of work, then it is probably best you hang on to that info, as it would be an epic start for content for your own site. Besides that, I can show you everything and I always have more sites to write on then I have time to do. So you are covered in all aspects 🙂 .

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          1. Matthew Urland

            Hello it’s me again. They decided to dispute my dispute and when they do something like that the credit card company sends me their dispute information proving that I had paid for it but I don’t think they were thinking clearly when they sent it in. So for anyone that has bought something through awtoed.com they are running all their transactions though a company named Stripe. (Stripe IS a ledgit company and has nothing to do with these clowns at awtoed.com) I would go to stripe.com and there’s a spot in the website that will allow you to check a transaction. At which time it gives you the merchant info. Then you should come back here and tell that information as well. I decided that I would contact the customer service team inside stripe, They assured me that there was nothing that they could do with me wanting to dispute that charger and that I need to go through my bank but they did however send me the link and contact information they have on file. Which is of course false info but it led me to their other site.
            Awtoed charged my card under juliusjames.com
            And stripe led me to http://www.juliusjamesinc.com
            Which of course has led me a few other places that I’ll mention after I look into them. Anywho what I’m getting at is if your transaction is on that site then do exactly as I did. Contact the fraud department in stripe and report them.

            My next question so all their money is funneled through stripe. Now I set up an account with stripe so I could see the internal working of how an account wold work.
            When you set up an account with stripe you have to provide them with info from your banking institution. Account Number and Routing number. So right there is the place that the law needs to look to find these clowns.
            Because in all honesty you can’t provide them with false banking account information because then you would never get your money so this has to be a real legit place to send money and with that being said if the bank account is in somebody else’s name and not the true people behind it then they’re going to know who they are because they’ll be coming to get their money from them or they got to send it somewhere else to the bank which is then of course tied to another bank account.
            So Philip which side of the law would I contact to report this. I’ve tried several websites and there all junk(I say junk because their website didn’t work and it’s part of our government) or their extremely overwhelmed . Do you think I could file with the police at should I try and find someone on a higher level?
            Thank again and I hope this helps out someone.~ Matthew

          2. Scam Witness Post author

            Hi Mathew,

            Pardon the late reply and thank you for your extensive research above. What part of the world do you live in Mathew? I ask because then I may be able to find the most authoritative site to report to. Definitely contact the BBB.org and reporting there is useful for sure.

            Thanks again Mathew and look forward to hearing back from you when you have completed your own research.

  5. Anthony RAMSBOTTOM

    These are still on Facebook, why doesn’t Facebook do anything about it ? I’m sure that they must be getting paid for letting them use there site ! My girlfriend has paid for a tv in early December and has not got any tv , they told her it would be around two weeks for delivery, still waiting.
    Wish we had seen this before she put a order in for a LG smart tv.

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    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Sorry to hear this Anthony. You can contact your payment provider and then maybe they will refund you. Thanks for stopping by and alerting everyone.

      Reply
  6. John Paul deverson

    I also paid for a TV and have not received any order whatsoever and have had no responds from customer services and tracking info is non exsistant.I’m not a very happy customer!!

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  7. kent lawrance

    yes this place is a fake they scam me to 117.00 no tv do not buy in to this scam no one answers the phone 89 times i tried DO NOT BUY FROM THIS SITE WISH I WOULD OF READ THIS EARLIER pure rip off

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    1. Scam Witness

      Hi Kent,

      Sorry to hear this Kent but you can report them to your payment provider for potentially a full refund. Thanks for your comment Kent.

      Reply
  8. Shirley D

    Omg. Am I a sucker or what? You nailed it with if it sounds to good, it probably is…….
    I was excited about A 60” tv for $117.00.
    Should be some kind of control on Facebook on these fraudulent companies.
    Wish I read about this company sooner.
    Thanks for your expose.

    Reply
    1. Scam Witness

      Hi Shirley,

      You are welcome and thank you as well for your comment. Try to get a refund by contacting your payment provider and alerting them to your situation. Thanks again Shirley 🙂 . ~ Scam Witness.

      Reply
    1. Scam Witness

      Hi Liza,

      Please contact your payment provider and tell them the same thing. Thanks for letting us know you experience with Awtoed.

      Reply
    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi Danny,

      I am sorry to hear this news. You can put in a pay dispute for a refund. I am assuming it was an Awtoed ad?

      Reply
      1. M.KRUGER

        I got scammed on this site. No delivery even though tracking info says it was. Lost $117.00
        Was a add on FB. Oh well love and learn.

        Reply

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