Where Is Ohorola.com Located – Our ‘Ohorola’ Reviews / Customer Reviews.
Hello and welcome to our quick Review all about Ohorola.com. They are selling an assortment of goods but we also see the are selling the much in demand face masks. There are quite a few points about their site that simply do not make sense and could mean ‘Ohorola’ maybe run by scammers. Please report any suspicious E-Stores to our List of Scam Websites Fake E-Stores 2020 / 2021 section. Your customer reviews about www.ohorola.com are welcome in our comments section below.
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www.ohorola.com was registered on the 2020-04-22 for one year. One or two years is not a long time at all when it comes to an online or real world business. Two years is actually the start up time for any biz venture and so these time frames are considered to be suspicious.
In WHOIS.com they are using an address that is not their own and is provided to them by their hosting provider for a small fee. This has the effect of hiding their true location and in essence they have not left their own business address.
Nor is their any contact data or their founders name. So we have to go to their website and see what business transparency htey have left for their cusotmers, if any.
We see the email of firstname.lastname@example.org and so where is their business addresss, their founders name and contact information such as a phone number, as surely one can not operate a business with one email address. Limited forms of contact is a very bad sign indeed and can indicate a scam site.
So far, the owner of this website has done everything that they could to hide their own identity. This means there could be people giving over payment information, and other highly sensitive data, to an unknown individual or persons.
If someone goes wrong with your order then whom is it to you and others have to turn to? If yhou find that nothing has turned up for your hard earned cash then contact your payment provider.
So if you paid with your bank card then call your bank and get a charge back to your card i.e. a refund. Watch your card to make sure there are not random amunts being dedcuted by companies you may never heard of before.
Scam sites can sometimes sell on your personal information for big and easy cash and also watch your inbox for spam emails. Just report and delete and whatever you do then do not click on any links in such emails.
Does any of this sound familiar with ‘Ohorola’?
It is very common that fake e-stores will take payment immediately and then that is where the problems starts to immerge. Very often they will not send you any e-receipt to your inbox and no furhter communications. They may send you a tracking page but too often those pages are fake.
So make sure it is real and so call the stated logistics company to see if that is real. If not then demand a real tracking code page. If they provide another check the weight of the goods being delivered and compare that to what you have ordered.
If you are suspicious then take a screen shot of your purchase order page and of the tracking page and really any and all communications from such e-stores.
If you receive somethnig the be sure to record any data on the packaging and also record opening and displaying the contents of that package. Those that find they were sent out something shoddy, damaged, wrong sizes, wrong items and any that is worth around $5 that you could of got from your local thrift store, then you have the proof to get a refund.
Customer service will sometimes just ignore you. Or they may send you bot emails that make no sense or do a copy and paste generic reply. Watch out for any excuses regarding the COVIC 19 Virus situation as many sites are using that as a ‘reason’ on why you have not got your goods.
Watch also in the shipping pages that their delivery times are not too long. I saw one recently stating it will take five to nine days for ‘processing’ and a further fifteen or twenty five days for delivery. Does that not strike you as far too long?
Do not return any packages to China! Too many times we have received reports of people sending their goods back to thsi location and then the scammers keep the goods and also the payment. It can also cost you more then the worth of the worth of the goods if you find your order is just wrong.
They may offer you some measely refund of like $3 when you paid for example $25 and some coupon. All just delaying tactics.
Also, do not fall or the ‘we will refund you once you drop your refund dispute with your bank or PayPal‘ trick! That is quite common. They want you to close that claim and then still they will not refund you. PayPal will not reopen the same claim either so that is a warning.
Given the lack of business information, and not even do we have a contact name for customer service, and there are also other sources online calling them a possible scam site, we have come to our own conclusion based off of our own research and experience in exposing online scams.
‘OHOROLA’ IS A SCAM!
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