What Is CottonColor.Net – Is CottonColor.Net Scam or Legit Quilt E-Store?

By | December 2, 2018

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There is an ever so quiet war online regarding the copyrights of quilt makers designs and scam sites using those designs to sell their own shoddy items! What Is CottonColor.Net (www.cottoncolor.net) about and why you need to read this before you purchase anything from them, is just 1 site, at the heart of this battle. Is CottonColor Net fake, scam, dishonest, bad, or Is CottonColor legit, real, safe, genuine, good and honest? This Cotton Color Review will show you why you can’t trust them. Their other sites to avoid, part of the same network best to my knowledge, is HobbiLaunch, GeemaLand, Sleeious, EmmaCotton09, FarmZily and AmeliaQuilt.com – more to be exposed. Please do report them in the comments to help alert others – Thank You.

These horrible fake sites are using the talent and hard work of Quilt Designers, Timeless Design Threads is one, and marketing that sites images as their own products. Typically, most fake shopping sites hail from China where they may have the means to manufacture. What they make is a cheap prints from cheap cloths. It is going to be absolutely nothing like what they advertise, and so brace yourself for disappointment, if you ordered from the. But not all is lost. You can potentially get a refund. Simply contact your bank, PayPal and put in a dispute.

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What Is CottonColor.Net – The Battle Continues.

There has been a relatively steady stream of complaints online of a number of, I suspect affiliated or owned by same person or people, of sites that are ripping off the quilt designs of others. When one of their site scam sites shuts down then they are springing up with new ones. Facebook appears to be their choice to hunt for new victims to defraud. As said, and to be abundantly clear, avoid HobbiLaunch, FarmZily, Sleepious, GeemaLand and EmmaCotton09 at all costs. So, let us now begin with the founder to start the process of showing you that they are indeed very fraudulent.

Cotton Color Net registered on the internet 2018/17/10 and for just 1 year. One year is a short amount of time to be online when you are trying to promote what you are passionate about. So, that is typical of fake sites to set up for 1 or even 2 years and then run off when they have too many complaints online. CottonColor does not have a whole lot right but I am hoping to help change that with this article. So do speak up and speak up loudly to tell everyone if they scammed you.

 

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PO BOX 1769, DENVER, CO, USA is just bogus for a ‘legit’ ‘business’. What legit business uses a PO BOX as their real world location? NONE! Only scammers do that. So that is a complete fail on that side of things. There is no address on their site either that I could see, least I am being completely blind.

And the all important Founder Name is missing everywhere online. There is never a legit name attached to any of their sites and there is excellent reason for that. Given the combined complaints, and the cash lost to these scammers, the people behind these fake quilt sites would just be arrested and stand trial. So, where you see huge attempts, and professionally hidden identity online, then you must always search reviews on that site – because that is not normal behavior for a real and trusted business.

 

 

 

The Fall Out After Your Purchase.

1). Once you have paid for your item, the item they have advertised at the low-low price they may quote you, then you have to wait a very long time for that item. 

2). They will charge you very efficiently first! Make no mistake about that, these people will charge very fast and then mess you around. Watch your account like a hawk to make they do not over charge you. Also, watch out for unauthorized multiple charges. Remember, these people have your name, home address and payment details now so do beware of anything along those lines where not-quite-right is trying to occur.

3). Those finding trying to contact support, to ask where in the world their item is at, may experience some difficulties along these lines. The support will probably just say some excuse to stall for time. Tell you there is a problem with logistics where you have to wait longer. Perhaps they will just ignore and that will be that.

4). Where items do show up you will clearly find it is not the item you ordered – as I have said many times now. You will never get what you ordered. There ALWAYS be a problem with it, namely, its so poorly made it may only be fit for your bin. Or perhaps its the wrong design or size etc. 

5). Worst of all, nothing shows up and you are down money for nothing! Don’t listen to anyone on Facebook, selling Quilts, where you can’t talk directly to the Founder of that service. Check, check and check again until you are satisfied you are talking to a real and verifiable quilt offering that service.

6). Since they do not have any items on their actual website, my guess is that they are offering their prices on Facebook, and only serving up that version of their scam site to garner legit


Do You Have A CottonColor.Net Scam Report? Report Them In The Comments Section To Help Warn Others – Thank You.


 

 

 

Verdict:-

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Final Thoughts.

So, they are part of a fake shopping network where they normally ‘specialize’ in quilts or clothing of some kind. They are robbing the talented designers designs and trying to pass them off as their own. This despicable action is now costing people money for shoddy items or no items after payment. Those that have any information on any more of their sites are welcome to let everyone know in the comments as well. Just please leave the exact URL to avoid confusion with any other site.


I hope this article answered for you What Is CottonColor.Net and hope you think twice before ordering from them, as well. Beware also of ZeloraFit, NokEast, Auate.com, SenMok, FairySeason, HomeApShop, LaddyDress, LeMaxShop, OMGTrue, Choies and VogTrend as they are also fake and scam sites! Take care for now and looking forward to all of your comments to come.

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38 thoughts on “What Is CottonColor.Net – Is CottonColor.Net Scam or Legit Quilt E-Store?

  1. Mary Alice Bruder

    I ordered and paid for 2 Penguin blankets on November 5, 2018. I’ve sent 5 communications to CottonCir with no response.

    Reply
    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi Mary,

      I would just put in for a refund.Be sure to send all evidence that they have not delivered. If they do deliver then its probably going to be of very low quality. Thank you kindly Mary for your CottonColor Net Scam Report.

      Reply
  2. Gwen Knox

    I ordered a Texas Tech blanket I finally received it and it was a joke, it was so terrible, all the black colors had bled all over the white, it looked nothing like the picture. I didn’t receive any information to return it, I wish I had found this page and read all the bad reviews. I hope no one else orders from this terrible place.

    Reply
    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi Gwen,

      Simply alert your payment provider for a potential full refund. I do know, if you receive an item that is clearly different from the item advertised, then that qualifies you for a full refund. Take a screen shot of your payment receipt, the image of the item you ordered and what turned up. Take pics of all communications including your tracking info – this is important – as your tracking info maybe fake. That would be enough to alert your payment provider that something is wrong.

      Thanks Gwen for your CottonColor Net Scam Report 🙂 .

      Reply
  3. D.A.

    I placed my order for a Playbill Quilt on 10/31/18 after seeing it advertised on Facebook from the [ censored ]. I paid with PayPal, and never heard another word from them. I contacted PayPal and received a refund after a 10 day investigation period.

    Reply
    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi D.A.

      Delighted to hear you got your refund and everything worked out OK except CotonColor Net wasting your time. I really appreciate your comment D.A.

      Reply
  4. Mary Ann Cogswell

    Evidently I’ve been scammed, too. I ordered a University of Michigan quilt from them for my husband as a Christmas gift. It took a while to get it, but it finally came. It was’t a quilt at all. There’s no batting between the front and back and it’s flat as a pancake. Even worse, the word “STUDENTS” is spelled “STUBENTS.” I contacted them and they want me to send them pictures. I want my money back!!

    Reply
    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi Mary,

      YES!! I don’t blame you one little bit! These guys don’t make ‘quilts’, they make prints. And at that – THEY STILL MESS IT UP!!!! Thank you very much for you CottonColo Net scam report – is very much appreciated Mary.

      Reply
    2. Nicole

      I ordered a University of Michigan one also for my husband for Christmas, I ordered 10/31/18 I’ve never received it- I have over 50+ emails from an Ivy Wilson with every excuse in the book…

      Reply
  5. Lisa LaValle

    I placed an order through Facebook with Cottoncolor.net on 10/31. I have not yet received by merchandise (blanket). I paid $67 on my credit card.

    I’ve contacted them twice. They have an order tracker that shows it was handed over to the carrier on 11/14. That was over a month ago!!!!! That cannot be possible. This is ridiculous!

    I wished I had never done business with them. I trusted them as a Facebook advertiser but believe them to be a scam! I have requested they refund my credit card but doubt this will happen. Facebook needs to BAN this advertiser.

    Reply
    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi Lisa,

      Facebook won’t do a thing to help in this matter. So long as the advertiser does not break ‘THEIR’policies then they are not doing anything. I agree, they should be doing more than taking money from scam advertisers to allow their own users to be scammed out of money! Its an utter disgrace.

      Simply contact your payment provider for a full refund. Take screen shots to prove you were defrauded. PayPal gives 180 days to put in a pay dispute. Hope this helps Lisa.

      Reply
  6. James Weber

    I made an order the 18th of November 2018 and as of yet haven’t heard a word from them. I’ve e mailed their so called customer support address and explained to them that my order was for my wife’s Christmas present and she has been battling cancer for the last two years and all she wanted was this LSU Quilt. So I ordered it, thinking nothing of it being a scam. I’m contacting PayPal this evening and requesting a refund. Shame on these criminals! I hope they rot in hell!!

    Reply
    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi James,

      Oh James, I really am sorry to hear about this. This makes CottonColor.Net very soulless and heartless. I really am sorry to read about your wife and just makes me grateful now that I took the time to expose CottonColor.

      Reply
  7. Jacqueline Stakes

    My husband found a University of Alabama quilt he loved and wanted it for the football season. He ordered it on November 3, 2018.his information was taken immediately, including payment, which was American Express. After a few weeks of no contact, he called AX, payment disputed & removed from his bill. No response from Cotton Color except it would be shipped 1-3 weeks. After reading reviews, these people need to be put out of business. Sad….

    Reply
    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi Jacqueline,

      CottonCol.Net is very much a scam site! Should the order ever arrive it won’t be near the quality they have on their site. Thank you kindly Jacqueline for reporting on them to help alert others. It is much appreciated 🙂 . ~ Scam Witness.

      Reply
  8. Bethany

    Ordered quilt 11/6/18 and after text message confirmation of order and order number, no product yet. The order number isn’t found on their site and the “customer service” emails are full of excuses, even saying this site got hacked which is why it’s delayed. They pec said twice they are waiting on the shipping company to give them my tracking info., which is obviously a lie. I’m going to file a dispute with my bank. I was charged the day after order placed. Absolutely this site is a scam!

    Reply
    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi Bethany,

      Thank you Bethany for reporting your experience with Cotton Color Net. They are a raging scam company with links to other sites being run by the same unknown owners.

      Reply
  9. Tracy

    Same here. “Ordered” in November. Nothing. No one responds. Despicable. Putting claim in with credit card.

    Reply
    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi Tracy,

      Sorry to hear about this. CottonColor is without doubt a scam site that is part of a larger network of scam sites. Thank you for helping to warn others regarding their site and I know it will help others in this manner. Your time and comment is very much appreciated 🙂 .

      Reply
  10. Laurie

    My husband “purchased’ two quilts in November. Paid via PayPal (thankfully) and nothing received. Site addy no longer valid. Clearly a scam site! Tell the world.

    Reply
    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi Laurie,

      Thank you kindly Laurie on sharing your scam CottonColor.Net Scam Report – the world now knows exactly what has occurred and not to buy from such a fake site. Thanks again Laurie 🙂 .

      Reply
    2. Christine

      How long did it take for you to get your money back from PayPal if you dont mind me asking?

      Reply
  11. Abbey M.

    I was also scammed on two university of Utah quilts. It’s been 5 weeks since I ordered. FINALLY got a response from someone saying my orders are on the way. No tracking information or nothing provided and they are still not here. I’m putting in a dispute with PayPal.

    Reply
    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi Abbey,

      Yes! That is exactly how to proceed with sites like CottonColor. Net! Would love to hear how your dispute went and I sincerely they decide in your favor Abbey.

      Reply
  12. Kristina

    I still have not received mine & it’s been several weeks now so I am contacting my bank to get my money back

    Reply
    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi Kristina,

      Definitely do that and get you refund! Many others online are having the same problem as you regarding CottonColor and their other scam sites. Thank you so much for taking the time to report on their fraudulent activities.

      Reply
  13. Esther Tonnessen

    I too have been scammed. Paid in November. Whenever I check tracking it says 5 days to prepare, then 5 days to package then 5 days to wait for carrier- total BS! I already contacted PayPal asking for refund. I tried to contact Cotton color. Doubt anyone will ever respond. This isn’t fair that companies can take money but send nothingbin return.

    Reply
    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi Esther,

      I agree! They are getting away with it all the time. Every day! There is hardly a scam site online that is actually caught and help to account for their crimes. Because, these are crimes CottonColor, and their other fake scam sites, are committing.

      And this also needs to be said because no one else is saying it – the army of bloggers online exposing online scams is actually putting world gov’s to shame! We do more to save economies millions yearly while these guys just go after seemingly fish to their photo opportunities! They will only do this when such a site has scammed many.

      Pressure needs to come to bare on Platforms that allow scam ads, Gov’s for allowing such platforms like Facebook to operate in any country where that platform fails to safe guard their community from scammers, and only THEN will we have some order on the Internet! At this rate, its becoming unusual.

      Thank you Esther for your time and your comment – sorry for the delayed response. ~ Scam Witness.

      Reply
  14. Joe

    Same story here. Ordered a “Broadway Playbill Quilt” for my daughter from an Facebook ad. Charged my PayPal right away and then no contact. Looked back at my order confirmation to “check order” and lo and behold – got the 404 missing website address message. Emailed their support and got a standard Q&A response. Feel like a CHUMP! I am filing a dispute with PayPal. One final thought – doesn’t Facebook bare some of the blame for these fake sites?

    Reply
    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi Joe,

      You would think Facebook DOES BARE ‘SOME’ OF THE BLAME, but as long as these scammers advertisements don’t break Facebook Policies – Facebook appears to be doing NOTHING! A BIG FAT NOTHING!! How’s that to the people that earn Facebook Billions?! So, in my opinion – by their omission to take action, and after being alerted to these scammers and STILL allow these scammer advertisements to proliferate across their platform – they should be help accountable to some level.

      Thanks Joe, your comment is very much appreciate.

      Reply
  15. Susan Hoffman

    They steal images of custom quilts off the internet and use them to “sell” quilts. They have stolen two off mine.

    Reply
    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hey Susan,

      Which two designs by the way have they stolen from you? I know there is another lady, and another comment on this site, claiming their designs were ripped off as well.

      To all three I ask you to leave your product/site links in the comments on the relevant articles to help others find the real designers of these amazing quilts.

      Yes, it is common for scammers to download images and then pretend to them as real world goods. However, they take the cash and nothing turns up. I have found another scam network this evening doing the same trick! – but not on these quilts.

      I believe there are a few more I have yet to write up but I most certainly will do shortly, hopefully tomorrow, and so that will the known reported ones covered.

      Thanks again Susan for your comment and it really is brilliant to hear from you 🙂 ~ Scam Witness.

      Reply
  16. Erin

    Scammed on University of Michigan quilt. cottoncolor.net is a SCAM They may change the name. I wold check all online quilt shops.

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    1. Kathleen

      Scammed also for U of M quilt.
      After weeks of waiting and one robot response, I decided to look up. Now I know I’ve been scammed. Pretty disappointed as this had never happened to me before.
      I just put in my request for refund from PayPal.

      Reply
      1. Scam Witness Post author

        Hi Kathleen,

        I hope PayPa has the good sense to give you your refund Kathleen. I would love to know the outcome either way, should you have the time. Thanks for reporting on CottonColor and their scam behavior – much appreciated.

        Reply
  17. Jill

    Scammed by them. The only receipt I received was via PayPal, when I emailed them to ask about my order, I got a canned response saying 1-3 weeks order, 1-3 weeks shipping. It’s been four weeks. I receive advertising emails from them, but nothing else. Cancelling order.

    Reply
    1. Scam Witness Post author

      Hi Jill,

      Definitely put in a dispute with PayPal to get your money back. Thank you for reporting your experience with CottonColor Net – it is much appreciated.

      Reply

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