What Is Timebershoesshop.Club – Our ‘TimberShoesshop’ Review / Customer Reviews.
TimberShoesShop.Club is not a legit site but only a scam site. There are other sites that are identical or too similar for them not to be part of this same shopping scam network online. And so do beware of LavellHK.com, MuckuStore.com, Wzuggshopping.Club, Boostu.Club, UgoBoots.Club, Bnetengi.Top, Mvipsell.Club, TopSalewkx.icu and so forth. Their sites look exactly the same but the brand names they are ripping off vary such as Adidas, Hunter Boots, CAT’s, VAN’s, Patagonia, Reebok and so on.
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TimberShoesShop.Club is a Scam – Here’s Why.
We are not advising anyone purchases from TimberShoesShop.Club. They are lying about their prices and also lying about having legal permission to even be promoting those sites. They steal images of known brand names, make shoddy sites and deep-discount everything, and then typically they have no legit business info. So we are going to look for their biz credentials like business address for offices and warehouses, phone number / email and also the founder name.
- So we go to WHOIS and we can see they registered their site on the 2019/11/15 and all they have left is that they are from China. China e-stores is now a scam sign you should beware of. The bulk of online fake shopping stores come from this region. But also we can not say all such sites from this region are fake.
- One year online is not a bad sign as legit businesses know it could take a good 2 years before they become established and trusted online. That goes for any business real or virtual. And so we advise you should never trust new e-store sites until they have proven themselves legit and trustworthy.
- They have not given their founders name and that is a big scam sign. This means that people could be giving their pay info to a stranger who you can not know if they are scammers or not. Those that have, once again, contact your payment adviser and get a refund and cancel your card for a new one. Cancelling your card will prevent scammers from emptying your account.
- On their site we see they have not left even an email address. No business address and no founder name, not even a phone number for customer support. Never give payment info to a site where they have hidden all this data. Only fake e-stores do this.
E-Store Scam Signs.
Now we are going to give you some tips to know when you are on a scam site. If you spot too many similarities with your own experience then it is obvious you need to make contact with your bank / PayPal etc. Be sure to move fast as some card holders only have 60 days to put in for a refund but PayPal gives 180.
Do not let scammers run-the-clock-down and put in for a refund only 1 week after the overdue delivery time. Be sure to make contact with them to prove you have tried to resolve this before putting in for a refund – payment processors look for this.
Keep a record of all communications and also we advise you record with your phone opening your packages, if you get anything that is. Likely they will send you out nothing. If they do then it will be not what they are advertising as only there are just scam reports about their other sites and nothing else.
The founders never come forth about any of their sites to say we have it wrong. So this is typical of fake sites and they will just ignore what everyone is saying about them and carry on creating new ones. They may even redirect old scam sites to new URL’s. This gives their scam content a new Google Reputation.
When they do this now their old scam reputation can not follow them under their new URL and so be sure to ask scam busting sites like ourselves if you are unsure and if there are no other reviews around.
No Business Credentials.
We have covered this above but never give any trust to an e-store where they have intentionally hidden such information. How can be buy without worrying when we do not even know the founders name. But more than this it is the duty of the e-store owner to prove that person is who they say they are.
Google information like their founder names, business address, contact phone number and emails where you find them. We also recommend you copy and paste some parts of their ‘ABOUT US’ sections, without URL, and you may find that there are many other sites using the same content. That is usually indicative of a scam network.
80% OFF – Suspicious Prices.!
Beware of too-good-to-be-true prices. You must consider, from one unit of a sale, that unit of good / goods has to pay for itself while generating a profit for that sale. So they must pay for the manufacturing, the packaging, the price of all the materiel’s, the logistics of sending the item and also many times they will nearly or just give away free shipping.
Where is the profit in all of this when they are so cheap? So use a a bit of common sense this time of year and just ask us here if you are unsure.
No Receipt and No Sales Tax Charges.
Many times these fake sites will not charge for taxes on goods. That is weird and surely it is indeed a scam sign. Where they say they will pay for the taxes for the sale of their goods also runs to what we have just said about making a profit. No way can a new e-store give away so much and expect to make profits.
Even the profits they make from sales will not cover anyone of the points we have listed above.
Tracking Page is Garbage.
Many times they will give you a tracking code but it is a static page. You should ask for a legit one. If you see movement then they have sent you out ‘something’. Doubtful it is the actual order you paid for. This is why we say record yourself opening the goods once they arrive and do impart any additional info you may find on those packages in our comments, if time permits.
Charged Immediately – Under a Different Company Name?
So they will typically charge your card very fast even before ‘one stroke’ of effort is put into any order that may or may not be coming to you. This seems odd and so we class that as another scam sign.
Check your statements and watch out for other company names. It is common that a scam network will have one or several umbrella fake company names to charge your card. List these names and do report them online.
Delivery is Very Late – The Two Month Situation.
Unfortunately, it is very common to wait easily two months for goods to be received by you from fake sites. This is normally a good clue it is coming from China on the go-slow-boat delivery ‘system’. So it is obvious that it should take no more than 2 or 3 weeks to receive your goods from anywhere in the world. 3 weeks is the latest – just contact your payment adviser if it is taking longer than 2 or 3 weeks – its a scam.
Delivery Arrived but Not as Advertised?
And so the scam is finally revealed much to many’s shock I’d imagine. So some are of the ideology if a site sends you out ‘something’ then it is not a scam. So what do you call someone who gets monies from another under false pretenses then? That is called fraud.
Sometimes we get comments on our site saying they were happy with their order from some scam sites as it is ‘about right’ for what they paid for.
Well, actually, you still got scammed. Would you have bought that item if it was displayed on their site for the price given? Maybe? Well, it is still fraud as it is false advertising. This is how the brain washing of some shoppers online with these cyber-crooks, sadly.
So TimberShoesShop.Club is a scam. There are copies and sites far too alike to them so this is also how we know they are the same people. There are common scam emails they use but we see they are not using any this time. You are welcome to reveal what you know in the comments below to help alert others. Thank You.
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