Where Is ‘Feelighting’ Located – Our Feelighting.com Reviews / Customer Reviews. Also, Is “Factory Outlet Sound Activated Pumpkin” a Genuine Promotion on Facebook?
‘Feelighting’, at Feelighting.com, is running a promotion on Facebook for the “Factory Outlet Sound Activated Pumpkin”. However, Facebook Ad Scammers Group has said that TheSingingPumkin.com is where you get these unique “Factory Outlet Sound Activated Pumpkin” goods from and nowhere else. So you should go there instead if you want one it seems. Please report any e-store you believe is a scam to our List of Scam Websites Fake E-Stores 2000+ 2020 / 2021 Section for review.
www.feelighting was registered on 2020-06-29, and per WHOIS.com, they appear to be from China. They have not however left a full address for their website business or a founder name.
Also, one or two years for any new startup is considered to be suspicious because two years minimally have proven to be required for any successful business.
They appear to be using the promotional video and materials belonging to TheSingingPumpkin.com, which has been online since 2014. We have not reviewed that site and so you should also do your own research before purchasing anywhere.
‘Feelighting’ is clearly less than six months old and so that is another sign that you should always be careful. Websites should be given more time to prove themselves before you hand over payment information quickly.
This is not to say that all new sites less than six months old are scams because that is simply not true. Coupled with other signs though we should always do some research to keep our payment information and our cash safe from overseas scammers.
firstname.lastname@example.org is their customer support email. That email is a free personal one and not a business professional email. It is not very generic and simply does not contain its domain name.
I am suspicious, given how general it is, that it could be located on other e-stores. So let us now Google it to find out more.
Support@24answerline.com is another email they are providing and that is the same in terms of being a scam sign.
While we did not locate the first email on other stores we have found that the second email is being used on a site called basicflyer.com.
So one company should of course mean one email of one set of unique emails specific to their company. So when we see other websites using the same email address or addresses then that is ALWAYS a huge cause for concern.
Why have so many sites to promote the same or similar products? Typically, we only ever see this with scam sites, or certainly, websites masquerading as legit but practice in part or in whole deceptive deeds <- I think I just repeated myself 🙂 . Oh well…
They appear not to have any social media on their website and so not having these marketing tentacles is not usual for a legit business.
Genuine businesses won’t free shares all over the net and so they would definitely have those on their selling website. We choose not to have them on our site so as to keep our site fast for all users on all devices, in case you were wondering.
They have not provided any address for their business and so we do not even know where exactly they are from. Giving such a site your payment information, given the sheer lack of business transparency, maybe a risk.
‘FEELIGHTING’ IS A SCAM!
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