‘Fpitias’ Reviews – Is Fpitias.com Scam or Legit Online Shopping Store?

By | August 5, 2020



What Is ‘Fpitias’ – Our Fpitias.com Reviews / Customer Reviews.

Great work on finding our ‘Fpitias’ Review about Fpitias.com and so we have to ask what the heck does ‘Fpitias’ mean? Nonsense URL names is a huge scam sign. We also see the very common scammer’s email of Topcustomerservice088@hotmail.com. If you have seen this email on another scam site e-store then welcome to report them to our List of Scam Websites Fake E-Stores 2000+ 2020 / 2021 Section for review.

It seems sometimes that the entire online world, like Facebook, etc, do not care about our online safety. And so we are always asking you and others to report such sites in our comments. Please provide the FULL URL and some details on what happened.

Also, we will say, since we have been exposing Facebook Scam Ads, Facebook has now declared the Scamwitness.com link as ‘SUSPICIOUS’. We have messaged them around five times and been ignored. Anyways, that won’t stop us from reporting that platform further. Time to share our review about the site in question and see the comments for real customer reviews. If there are no reviews right now then why not try again later, or better still, add your own to help better inform others.



www.fpitias.com was registered on 2020-04-02 for just one year. That is not a good sign typically to see new e-stores for one year. This may indicate that they have no interest in being around for the long term i.e. a hit and run scam site.

We see there is no valid business information within WHOIS.com, a site that houses reg info about websites, and so why are they hiding that info? 

Actually, .they do this all the time as all scammers do. If we do find some names and addresses then they never check out. All we are doing from now on is giving our visitors the gist of the scam.

You may enter the email we have mentioned into our site search engine top right and you will find the most recent articles about these scams.

Fpitias‘ website name actually makes zero sense. When we are dealing with genuine companies they tend to use words that give the pre-visitor an idea of what their site is about. 

We see also that their Facebook Icon is not going to anything to do with them on social media. That is very common with scammers also.

Their ‘CONTACT US’ section is blank and that alone speaks volumes.

No name, phone number, business address are all absent. There is no proof present on their site that they are in any way affiliated with the products they are advertising – legally that is.

They simply steal the images of other vendors, or from other scammers as we have seen in the past, and slash the prices like it is some kind of special event.

Never give out your payment info to a site that has no information like this. Especially when they are new no matter how nice their site looks like.

Yarmatz.com, Unhumroh.com Gympharmv.com Bsukainas.com are the most recent ones using that email address that we have exposed yesterday. We have listed out all their active sites, but its an old article now, within our Demerkuri.com.

The emails also current in this scam network are Support@oxborder.com, Sarah1@aipeck.com, Sarah@aipeck.com, Service1@vinayotap.com which runs all the way up to Service20@vinayotap.com, Legal@whosebilling.com, Customer@webelement.com and that is all – I think. 

Anywhere you find any of those emails also then you are on a scam site.

So you probably want to know how to get a refund?

No problem.

How did you pay? So contact your bank if you paid by bank card, PayPal – contact them. Be sure to take screenshots of your purchase order page, tracking code page, any emails.

If you did receive a package then always record the information on the packing and record your self opening it. This will help enormously for a refund if you are so duped out of cash.

We hope now we have quickly answered you and others and you now know what you must do to ensure you are not defrauded. Good luck and please let us know if you are successful some time, if so defrauded currently.

If you wish to share our articles, for now, it seems, simply break the link and ask others to fix it in the browser but of course only if you are sharing with Facebook. 
















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