‘Cleanser Bot’ Review – Is TheFinestShop.com Scam or Legit Online Store?

By | September 16, 2020
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Customer ‘Cleanser Bot – The Robot That Disinfects’ Reviews – What Is TheFinestShop.com about?

Welcome to our ‘Cleanser Bot’ Review about the ‘Cleanser Bot – The Robot That Disinfects (The Bacteria Killing Robot’ surfaces from TheFinestShop.com. We are going ot be taking a quick look into ‘TheFinestShop’ and see if they stand up under scrutiny. ‘The Finest Shop’ is new and so we see there is not much about them online. If you have spotted an online scam please feel welcome to share your report in our List of Scam Websites Fake E-Stores 2000+ 2020 / 2021 Section for review.

 

 

 

Diving straight in we see that the ‘Cleanser Bot’ website called www.thefinestshop.com was registered on 2020-09-06 for just one year. This seems a little suspicious to us as one year is no time especially when we have a new product that can seemingly disinfect surfaces.

In these times of COVID 19 we would imagine they may be a huge demand for such convenience and peace of mind and yet 12 months appears to be all they are registering their site for. In this light then the time scale makes little sense.

info@thefinestshop.com is their email and we see that there is a ‘The Finest Shop’ on Facebook. We see some pictures in Urdu and Hindu. So, this may be a thought link to their real location.

We see no manufacturing locations, no business address, phone number, or even a contact name on their website. Just an email. Limited forms of contact for customers is always a bad sign. By itself, it does not indicate a scam but it is a potential heads-up if there are other scam signs present.

We see their Facebook social media icon does link to something called ‘The Finest’ on Facebook and we do see the ‘Cleanser Bot’ present.

Their Returns section is a little worrying. You must return the item before the end of 30 days. It must be exactly as received in original packaging. Does that mean unopened? Seems like it.

Once they receive the packaging and after inspection then they will notify you if you aer approved for a refund.

The problem for me is, we do not know where these people are located. There is sparse data about their site in general online.

It seems you are buying on blind trust and likewise for a refund. We hope that those seeking refunds do get them and that your funds, plus your returned item, are not just kept on you.

If so then seek a refund from your payment provider.

If a tracking code page has been produced be sure to see the weight of the goods coming to you. If the goods are too light relative to your order then notify your payment providers, as that is a sure sign of a scam.

If your payment provider proves wholly incompetent and does not grant a refund where it is due then report them without hesitation to the BBB.org and your own countries TrustPilot. I am sure you will get the phone to have another look at your case.

Never let any seller online convince you to cancel any refund claim under the promise of a refund. That is just one of their nasty little tricks. They know once you close the claim you can’t reopen it.

Ask us if in doubt.

Lastly, we do not see any proof of what they claim regarding this specific item in question. There is no science of any kind, or qualified source, to state what they are saying is true. All on face value and that is not worth our payment information anyways.

 

 

 

 

 

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‘THEFINESTSHOP’ / ‘CLEANSER’ IS A SCAM!


 

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