Sollover.com Review – Is ‘Sollover’ Scam or Legit E-Store? ‘UNIQUENESS’ SCAM!

By | October 31, 2019

Beware of Sollover.com (www.sollover.com). Part of “…we love every passion and interest on Earth because it is a reference to your UNIQUENESS. And to spread exactly that…is our core vision.” Scam Network!!

Sollover.com is a scam! Thank you and good bye! … Want to know more? OK, we will expose yet another one of these fake ‘UNIQUENESS’ scam sites that are all over the net like weeds sprouting without like a nightmare in the online shopping niche. This “…we love every passion and interest on Earth because it is a reference to your UNIQUENESS. And to spread exactly that… is our core vision” must have defrauded millions of dollars out of people by now. So Sollover’ is nothing but a scam site and they are not legit. Let us find out as to why in this review of www.sollover.com.

We will prove to you beyond all doubt you can not trust these cyber-crooks and they are only out to thieve your hard earned cash. Understand, I could not say these things, land this article page 1 of Google for the world to see, if it were untrue. I’d be sued and my online reputation would be in tatters. You are welcome to report on these scammers in the comments or in our List of Internet Scammers Hall of Shame. Need to earn from home free start up? CLICK HERE to find out how I show do it and ultimately show people how to achieve online financial success.

 

 

Sollover.com Site

Sollover.com not legit.

 

 

 

 

Sollover.com Exposed.

So, I bet you want to see the other scam sites we say are online and connected to Sollover.com? No problem. Type into Google – we love every passion and interest on Earth because it is a reference to your UNIQUENESS And to spread exactly that is our core vision – , OR JUST COPY AND PASTE IT 🙂 , and you will see websites using that exact same phraseology. Actually, its word for word verbatim!

We are not getting into any details about their site as we have reviewed them now too many times with their other sites. We will however share with you some of their sites below:-

 

Jeansunlimited.com.

Wantbuy1.com.

Actcat.

Bxcol.

Soleget.com.

Babeysys.com.

Next2Day.com.

Irelia.Store.

 

There are many more. You may type into our sites search engine the word “UNIQUENESS” and you will be spoiled for reading materials. So do beware of those sites that are using the same ‘ABOUT US’ page wording as that is a very good indicator of a scam network. It is not common at all for legit companies to be copying and pasting others works into their own brand name sites!

We will now, having proved already something ‘maybe’ wrong here to ‘you’, now we will look and prove further why they are the definition  of a scam site.

Registration for their site was in 2019/03/18. 1 year is all they registered their domain for. That is just a hit and run site time scale, not always due to sometimes we do encounter work from home affiliates (very rarely), and so we must leave room for that.

1 or 2 years is what business owners that are honest knows it takes for some success to arrive. This time frame is all work and no play to get your business up and running. It ain’t fun because you have to do all the work, however, you do keep all of the earnings – best part 🙂 .

There is no name attached to their site anywhere online. No name on their site, if there is one, then that is fake. They have no addresses, and once again, if they did have we could easily prove that to be fake as well. They do not answer me people and everything about them is all geared to getting your payment info to charge you ASAP without delivery.

If they do deliver anything it maybe worse than dirt out of your garden relative what you paid for it. It is very common that scammers like to take your cash and then send you cheap shades, USB cables, empty bubble wrap boxes and the like. It maybe shoddy, damaged or broken beyond repair.

If you return then you must pay for that as they will never pay your returns. Since they are a Chinese Scam Network then you have no way of getting to them for a refund, not that it matters, because their address is never correct or absent – as mentioned.

 

 

 

Final Thoughts.

STAY CLEAR! If you gave them your pay info then contact your payment provider. Cancel your card and get a new one. This is a very serious scam alert because we have read many many many reports to our site by our sites readers and they are pretty bad to say the least. You are welcome, and I do urge you to do so, to comment below to expose this site called Sollover.com! 

 

 


 

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