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

By | October 4, 2020
WWW.TEAPRS.COM CUSTOMER REVIEWS FORUM AND +12053362452 REVIEWS.

WWW.TEAPRS.COM CUSTOMER REVIEWS FORUM AND +12053362452 REVIEWS.

 

What Is ‘TEAPRS’ – Our Teaprs.com Reviews / Customer Reviews.

Hello, and thank you for coming to our ‘TEAPRS‘ Review, about www.teaprs.com, and we have good reasons to say Tearprs.com is a scam. We will detail very fast as to why. We know there are multiples of this site all over the net. They use many fake addresses on their respective e-stores. They also tend to re-use some info to save time. And so, please report any e-store using the phone number of+12053362452 to List of Scam Websites Fake E-Stores 2000+ 2020 / 2021 Section for review.

 

 

 

www.teaprs.com was registered on 2020-08-15 for one year. So one year to startup is not very long and so it is common for fake e-stores to register for just one or two years.

WHOIS shows us there is no founder name, phone number along with business address, not present, and no email. We know this site of ‘Teaprs’ is a scam because of previous research into this network as a whole.

Their site template is too much like the ones we exposed that got bad reports on our site and elsewhere online.

There is not even a founder name that can be verified. So we see ‘Mark Hassan’ and yet there is no mention, that we saw at ‘Teaprs’ or images of anyone working there, and so now let us look very quickly at their business information.

We see the phone number of +12053362452 is present on other e-stores. So how is it then that there are seemingly different companies using the same phone number? One Google search of that number shows up their sites.

 

 

 

Please avoid all sites using the number of +12053362452, such as:-

 

 

sheinr.com.

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caiifrd.world.

cotesre.com.

pafstnd.com.

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And so there may be others in time. Please report any e-store you may have found using the number in question. 

We will of course rectify any mistakes if we have wrongly placed a legitimate site on this short scam sites list. 

Please make us aware of this in the comments below and we will try to act swiftly and appropriately if we have falsely labeled a site a scam.

 

 

 

Continuing…

 

 

 

 

The address of CUSTOMERSERVICE.CXQ001@GMAIL.COM is, without doubt, their biggest scam sign. We recently exposed that email address as being part of a huge online scamming network from China.

That email address is cropping up all over the place. 

We have previously exposed that email in our CUSTOMERSERVICE.CXQ001@GMAIL.COM Review Here, for those interested.

And so, coupled with their unique site template, unique in that it is so for their scam network sites, along with an address they are using belonging to Tajan.com. No founder name verified. Also, the address is also a 9.9-acre residential property.

Phone number arising on other websites pretending to own it. One company obviously means one set of unique business credentials. 

‘Teaprs’ says they are the worlds leading experts in trendiest fashion. Well, that can not be possible when they have only just come online and I have never heard of them before. Unsubstantiated claims are another scam sign to watch out for.

We have compiled a list of their fake addresses, but for the sake of time, we will not repeat them here in our article. If anyone is so interested you can ask for them in our comments. 

Lastly, nearly forgot to say, that their URL name makes no sense. It seems they wanted to say ‘Tears.com’ but randomly placed a ‘p‘ in the name.

So watch out for sites that make up nonsense names as that is a good clue something may be wrong.

Unless of course ‘PRS’ actually means something unique to their site, but .they have failed to clarify that within their content. And so, it is all bad news for sure with this e-store. 

Get a refund if you got taken by them and perhaps you may need to cancel your card for a new one in case these cyber-crooks get greedy with your funds. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Therefore…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

‘TEAPRS’ IS A SCAM!


 

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