What Is CottonBlanket.Net – Is CottonBlanet.Net Scam or Legit? Warning!

By | December 3, 2018

What Is CottonBlanket.Net About – Seek A Refund ASAP!

Their site looks harmless enough but is actually a scam site! Nice work on finding the answer to What Is CottonBlanket.Net (https://www.cottonblanket.net). So you must know the answers to questions like, Is CottonBlanket Net fake, scam, dishonest, crooked, bad or Is Cotton Black Net good, legit, safe, genuine, real, honest? This CottonBlack Review has other sites, to the same scammers, to warn you about as well. Beware also of the fake quilting selling sites such as HobbiLaunch, CottonColor.Net, GeemaLand, EmmaCotton09, Sleepious, Amelia-Quilt.com and FarmZily! All being promoted on Facebook (best to my knowledge) and pulling the same con. Please report www.CottonBlanket.Net, or any other site, that has scammed you out of your hard earned cash in the comments below – Thank You.

Since there is a visible lack of products being showcased on their site, I can only surmise, they are swindling people via social media. Facebook has been mentioned online a lot for the means of these scammers contact with unwary customers. Without product on their site, then I am betting they are showing people their site to prove legitimacy, rather then selling direct from their website. They are a relatively new scam network and appear to be making new versions of their fraud regularly.

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All You Need To Know On What Is CottonBlanket.Net – Report Them Here!

To impress the gravity of how harmful these sites are, do definitely 100% stay away from HobbiLaunch, FarmZily, Sleepious, GeemaLand, AmeliaQuilt.com, EmmaCotton09. These sites are made by getting a Shopify page, and so,  why not report those sites to Shopify as well. That way they can be shut down sooner rather then many victims later. The answer to What Is CottonBlanket.Net is also the same for the above sites.

Shall we see if we can find out anything about their founder, real world address and contact info? Where such data is missing online then we have cause to pause and do further research before even considering buying from any site with this info missing.

 

CottonBlanket.Net Exposed

don’t buy anything from www.cottonblanket.net!

 

That site was registered online 2018/10/13 and for 1 year. 1 year, as a ‘legit’ online venture, is too short a time to allow your business to grow and flourish. 1 year is the beginning and so a sign of a deceptive site. Deceptive sites like to stick online for about 1 year and scam as many as possible. Should their online reputation decrease vastly and quickly, then they could shut down at any moment, leaving many with nowhere to turn for their order.

PO BOX 1769, DENVER, CO, USA is the same ‘address’ as some of their other sites. There is no real address on their site either. The only contact is a contact form on their site being used to order from. Its all bogus. Probably a phishing form as well so they can sell on your personal details for a profit later.

No Founder Name! THAT IS A HUGE SCAM SIGN! Scam sites will almost never leave a name of any kind in their wake. When I find one, it is usually fake. So, that is 100% fail for ownership!

 

 

The Scam – How They Do It.

1). No doubt many people are finding these sites on Facebook and other social media networks. From there is where the trouble starts. Once you pay then there is always a chance you won’t receive anything for your money.

2). Worse still, nothing shows up for your money.

3).Perhaps something does show up but it is not the order you paid for. Remember, the Quilts they are selling are not real Quilts! Many fake shopping sites maybe manufacturing low cost, and very low quality-cheap cloth, printing a design on them and then sending them out to customers. 

4). Wrong Size? Wrong Design? There is every type of complaint you can imagine surrounding these sites shoddy products. Some have even through them into their bins they are so bad.

5). Also, there is sufficient evidence now, from comments left on this website and other places online, that they are actually from China. Most fake shopping stores online are from this part of the world and is something else that should make you wary. Of course, not all online stores from China are scams.

6). Tracking Info Missing? Many have complained their tracking information just vanished without warning. Support just stopped communicating and only ignored many customers for their scam network. 

7). SEEK A REFUND IMMEDIATELY! Contact your bank or PayPal etc and get them to investigate. There is a chance you could get your money as many others have.

 


Have You A CottonBlanket.Net Scam Report? Please Report Them In The Comments Section Below This Article To Help Warn Others – Thank You.


 

 

 

Verdict:-

Verdict

 

 

 

 

Final Thoughts.

You card is charged immediately and that is the only thing they do efficiently. Many complaints, from their other sites, of no product at all. Should you receive a product then it is such poor quality to a point it is not usable. Other complaints include disappearing tracking info, ignored by support etc. Stay far away from these sites.


I hope this short article on What Is CottonBlanket.Net was of use to you and stopped you from being scammed. Those that have parted with cash can simply dispute those charges with your payment provider. Thank you all for stopping by and looking forward to all of your comments to come.

 

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17 thoughts on “What Is CottonBlanket.Net – Is CottonBlanet.Net Scam or Legit? Warning!

  1. George Foye

    I also ordered a red Sox quilt. It’s been 2 months and I’m sure I was scammed. Buyer beware. They return emails in the beginning then nothing. BBB here I come

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    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi George,

      I am very happy you decided to report them at scamwitness.com and yes BBB.ORG, but also, IC3, are excellent places also to report them. Seek a refund ASAP! Thanks again George, and should you get this situation resolved, would love to hear back from you 🙂 .

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  2. Linda Anderson

    Unfortunately, they took my money also, when I ordered two quilts. I emailed them after a few weeks and they ‘reassured’ me they are not a scam. Ha! There is no update on their site for my order, and originally, the ‘order number’ they gave me for tracking purposes said it didn’t exist! I’m out $106 and extremely ticked off that I fell for their Facebook posts. Sadly, I will pursue collection thru my credit card, but doubt I’ll hear anything further from Cotton Blanket. Be forewarned. This is definitely a crappy way to scam people, especially when the items were meant to be Christmas gifts!

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    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi Linda,

      I am very sorry CottonBlanket.Net has scammed you out of money for Christmas presents. That is pretty much the lowest of the low regarding online scams. Thank you kindly for reporting them here and hope you get your refund.

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    2. Sean Risley

      They did the same thing to me, I ordered a blanket for my mom and it’s been over 2 months now. They would reply to me before i started catching on, but they wont even reply now. I got my money back though, just called the bank and reported the charge as a online scam, they gave me refund and are sending me a form to sign.

      Reply
  3. Bonnie S Triplett

    I ordered a quilt from Sleepious. I ordered it November 13, 2018. I have sent them emails, only to receive a bogus email in return saying my order would be processed in 5-7 days. I recently sent them another email only to have them send me more ads for ordering more quilts! Here it is a month later, and still I have received nothing! What can I do to receive my money back from this fraudulent company/site? Can I complain to my bank in hopes they will refund my money? Maybe if they see the name of this company they can red flag it so nobody else gets scammed by this company?
    Thank you for any help,
    Bonnie

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    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi Bonnie,

      Yes, please do complain to your bank and get them to investigate. I can’t see why they will not refund your money. Thank you again Bonnie for commenting and helping to expose Sleepious – it is very much appreciated.

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  4. Susan Hoffman

    These sites steal images of custom quilts off the internet and advertise them as the item you will receive. They claim to be the designer and maker of the quilts being advertise. They lie! They have stolen two images of quilts I made and used them to “sell” quilts.

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    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi Susan,

      I do believe I was talking with you recently on Facebook about these sites. You were kind enough to point me in the right direction of some of these fake quilt sites and others. For that I am very grateful.

      As you can see, I am doing my level best to get this information out there online. There are others, but none have written up the majority of these horrible sites. I am kinda persistent that way 🙂 .

      You are most welcome to leave a link to your site/products so others, who maybe interested to buy your designs, have a chance to do so.

      I see you have left another comment and I will go and answer that now.

      Thanks again Susan 🙂 .

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      1. Susan Hoffman

        I remember our conversation. I appreciate all you are doing to stop the scamming by these crooks. Like you
        I am doing all I can to get the word out and save people from being cheated out of their hard earned money. Thank you for the offer to put a link up. I am not looking to market my quilt at this time. I am just very offended that these cockroaches are using my photos and work to rob people. I feel like I am in a unique to calls theses crooks out for the liars they are since I created the quilts. Those quilts have or 50 hours each in sewing and quilting and over $200 in materials. No way anyone can duplicate that for 60 bucks. Thanks for all you are doing.

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        1. Scam Witness Post author

          Hi Susan,

          Thanks for getting back to my comment so fast. YES, IF PEOPLE really stopped to think about the materiel and labor, plus the skill level, then surely it would dawn on them soon enough that such a product could not be produced for the low price of $60!! But, I have been scammed online myself a few times and so I can first hand how easy it can happen.

          You are most welcome, and should you change your mind, simply land that link here and least it will direct people to the real maker of these fine quilts.

          Anyone looking for the real maker of these quilts are welcome to talk to Susan Hoffman here in the comments. ~ Scam Witness.

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          1. Susan Hoffman

            Thanks for the offer to post here. Maybe someday I will take you up on it .In the mean time if someone is looking for nice quality quilts you can do several things to avoid being scammed. 1. Call your local quilt shop and see if they can recommend someone to make a quilt just for you. 2. Go to Etsy. There are many talented quilters that provide these themed quilts. These people can be vetted and don’t last on Etsy if they don’t play nice. Also the scammers have a few small “tells” that are a give away they are part of this scam. 1. The quilts photographed straight on to the front have a slight bend on the lower right edge. 2. A white cat with black spot and a collar in the lower corner has been photoshopped onto the picture. If you see these two tells know it is a scam. Let me know if there is anything I can do to help.

          2. Scam Witness Post author

            Hi Susan,

            Sorry the delayed response.

            Thank you for the advice also on how to spot these scammers elsewhere – I will keep it in mind and try to remember to ad those tips into my next this scam network.

            You have done loads here and you are most certainly welcome to land your link here anytime to the REAL quilts.

            Thanks Again Susan :-).

  5. Jenn

    I order a Red Sox quilt in oct and still have not received it. I contacted them and still nothing it was from cotton blanket.net site

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    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi Jenn,

      I would just put in a dispute for any money they have charged to your card. Many have got back refunds. Let us know how that goes should you decide to go down that route. ~ Scam Witness.

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    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi Sarah,

      My apologies for such a late reply. I had a list of sites to write up first, LaLaLandy.NET being one of them. You may have a look and comment if you have time on this LaLaLandy.Net Review.

      Thank you kindly for reporting LaLaLandy as they are a very fraudulent site. Those that were scammed by them are welcome to comment in the articles comments section. Thanks Again Sarah 🙂 ~ Scam Witness.

      Reply

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