Find Out Here If You Can Trust GracyBee.com – Our ‘GracyBee’ Review.
Very nice work to ask some questions on GracyBee.com (www.gracybee). There are a number of glaring concerns that you would not expect to see with a legit site. But, Is GracyBee com being a deceptive e-store, are they a scam, untrustworthy and intentionally out to defraud people? Or, Is ‘GracyBee’ safe, real, genuine and legit? This review will do a background check (very important) and then list the Scam Signs.
Those of you that may have purchased from this website are asked to spare a moment to report what you know. Right now, I do not have a good feeling about them. However, we can not run on ‘feelings’ and so we will be scrutinizing this new e-store. Where there exists uncertainty then this is where your customer reviews can shield others from having a bad experience. If your experience was good, then definitely let us know. We are only seeking to sift through to separate bad sites from the legit ones. Let’s find out more…
GracyBee.com Review – We Do Have Concerns – But – Are They Valid?
My opinion need not be yours. Always look for other sources online when it comes to reviews. This way you are not getting one-sided views. While we remain objective errors are not impossible. So, Founder name, business address, contact information is what we want to see from ‘GracyBee’ in our review.
Where this information has not been submitted in WHOIS, or on their site, then that is not a good sign. There are times that e-store founders are working from home drop shipping for commissions. In this event it would be enormously (EXPONENTIALLY) helpful if such founders made this clear, with some kind of a certification, for clarity’s sake. This would go a long way to avoid mislabeling legit sites and causing such founders great upset.
Getting into it now, we can see that their site was registered in 2019/01/08 for a year. Such a short length of registration for a new business is a point of concern for some. What business do you know that registers for such a short time period?
We consider it a low-key scam sign. Why? New e-store founders, that are legit, maybe just want to see how things go before re-registering. Though, it does follow a scam pattern by past sites.
No founder name and they appear to be from China. We see on their site that they have an address from China. So this is a point of contention. Most e-stores appear to be from China, and so we must be on our guard, with such stores. Of course, we can not assume all stores from this region are online scams.
Email of email@example.com. Their email and phone number do not appear to have any scam reports attached to them. Actually, there appears to be very little written about this site except a barrage of social media activity – which of course, is perfectly normal to expand a business online, over a reasonable amount of time.
No founder name. Address from China but their website is in USD Dollars. Extremely limited business transparency in WHOIS. Let’s have a look at their scam signs, of which, are common to fake sites.
Scam Signs Of GracyBee.com.
- So, we are not able to locate a founder name. Perhaps this e-store owner is working from home? Legit businesses do not have a problem supply the founders name and heads of departments etc. Otherwise, we can never expect people that work from home to give out their home address, for obvious reasons.
- Too-good-to-be-true-prices?! Relatively to the stated original prices, the discounts are sky-rocketing-to-high! Too generous, and from a site, that has just opened their own online doors. I recently encountered a site that has been online since 1999. They were only able to offer a 15% discount – after 20 years of business! So you can see why I have a problem when I see discounts of up to 70%!!
- Unless, of course, they are delivering sub-standard merchandise that then does pay them for their time and efforts, but unfortunately, may lead to customer dissatisfaction. So do report below if you received anything other than what was advertised for your own hard earned cash.
- Why are nearly all the heads of the models in their images gone? That is only defacing their own brand name and simply looks strange and indeed is a common scam sign to watch out for. It makes no sense to take-away from you advertised products to do this. Is this to stop doing a reverse image search on this product images? Otherwise, I am not so sure why this is such common practice.
- Expedited shipping is 3 to 6 days with delivery within 6 to 11 days? Normal shipping is 3 to 5 days of ‘processing time’. 7 to 15 days if shipping time. Therefore, you can expect your delivery within 10 to 20 business working days. Even after they processed your order it simply does not take nearly 20 days to deliver your product.
- I worked for the postal system in the UK for some time, years ago, I can tell you that they are very efficient in ‘processing’ packages they receive. I also done factory work and so I know the process flow, from order received, handed to manufacturing supervisor, to the manufacturing process inc QC, to packaging, loading, and then delivery of the goods. Their times are too long anyways!
How Long Have You Been Waiting For Your Order?
Scam sites can make you wait easily a few months. 3 to 4 months is also common. Any time over the agreed time is cause for worry.
Given my concerns above, I am not satisfied to recommend ‘GracyBee’ right now. If good reports say otherwise then we will be happy to go by your reviews and agree with you. Conversely, bad reports will slot them in our List of Internet Scammers.
Looking forward to your customer reviews on What Is GracyBee.com and I hope this article proves to be a useful forum. See comments below for reviews if there are any at this time.