What Is Shareue.com – Our ‘Shareue’ Review / Customer Reviews.
This Shareue.com Review is to answer queries like Is www.shareue.com legit or is ‘Shareue’ a scam and not to be recommended? They are a new site and already we see others agree with us they are a scam site. They are a new e-store from China and so early indicators do not look good for them. Those that gave payment info without receiving the goods are advised to contact your payment adviser immediately.
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Shareue.com Exposed – Here’s Why.
- Lets start to share now what we know about Shareue.com. We have to know some basic information, information that if not available or is fake, we should not do business with them. We need to find who the owner is, where their offices and or warehousing address is, how to contact them via email and or phone and lastly when ‘Shareue’ registered their site. We know that the servers that host them have connected sites.
- So we see that their site was registered on the 2019/09/24 for a year. We all know no one legit goes through the trouble of starting up a new business, online or in the real world, for a year. That is only the start of any business, and it can take about 2 years to build up any business, and so this is a scam sign for sure.
- We should not just trust any new site that comes along pretending to be so generous with their prices, as most scams are. There are many Black Friday Deals that will be running until the 30th December so be careful there.
- Founders name was not disclosed and we know that the founders of sites have this as an option whether to leave a name or not. So that should be mandatory and why a legit business would not reveal this to their customer base is also another scam sign.
- No contact data for their customer base and also their address in WHOIS is not their own. So that means they are using another’s address that is being used by countless other websites. They have paid for a Privacy Service for around $20 for the whole year. Now they are free to defraud others and possibly, more than likely, get away with this.
- On their website we can see a number of business details. We see that their email of firstname.lastname@example.org has a warning returned for it on Google. OTA has already exposed them. Hong Jianjun is a name that has turned up at worldarchery.org.
- They have left no way to verify if that is a real name or not and so now we are faced with just trusting a new website with our payment info.
- Their address of 346, 59-6 Dongzhan Street, Dadong District, Shenyang City, Liaoning Province, 110097 China does link back to their site. That links back to their site but I doubt very much it is legit. Google Maps had a hard time zooming into the location and so we are not able to verify it as legit.
- Another thing that strikes me as odd is that they are selling ‘Antique’ Jewelry and yet they are able to sell them so cheap? That is clearly a scam sign as Antiques usually go for a lot higher.
- First they are selling Jewelry and now they are selling fabrics as well. So what niche are these guys catering for? So it is normal for us to see scam sites just sell everything and anything and so that is another scam sign.
Shareue.com does not check out as legit. They are a scam site. Those with reviews are welcome to let us know above and all new sites, we may not have exposed, you can use our scam reporting tool for where the link is below and above. Share what you know below and thank you.
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