Where Is Zorabch.MyShopify.com Located – Our ‘Zorabch’ Reviews / Real Customer Reviews.
Hello and it really is great to have you here and I am hoping it is before you gave Zorabch.MyShopify.com your payment details. So they are not a Shoptimized E-Store but a MyShopify E-Store. Scam Sign 1! We have found the email of Hello.firstname.lastname@example.org which is a known scammers email. Scam Sign 2! There are many more. Put in for a refund and cancel your card for a new one. ‘Zorabch’ Is Not Legit but only a scam site.
Those that wish to make known how fraudulent ‘Zorabch’ is then you are welcome to report them to our List of Scam Websites Fake E-Stores 1700+ and always climbing. You can of course just use our comments to let everyone know how they scammed you. Those with images are welcome to use our SCAM REPORTING TOOL HERE.
Let us now get to this short ‘Zorabch’ Review and see the comments below this article for real customer reviews, if you see any at this time. If not then we appreciate if you started this forum off by leaving your own as that will give us the courage to do the same.
We are not able to know when they registered their site as they are what is called a sub-domain. Strictly speaking this means it is not their own legal online property and I imagine they may have got it for free. Its like those WIX Ads we see all the time offering a free website for all. Its no good though if they don’t train you up on how to attract a global audience etc.
Anyways, they are being hosted by MyShopify. who seem to have no way to stop the onslaught of scammers that love to set up shop on their network. No matter how many complaints there are about MyShopify nothing appears to be done to stop this.
There is never any legit business information from sites like ‘Zorabch’ as we have encountered many copies of their sites before. We will leave that list soon. Never do we find a real founders name, no legit biz address, contact info is nearly always just an email and limited forms of contact is a big scam sign.
On their site we see the email we have already discussed and yes we have exposed that email several times already. Anywhere you see the email of Hello.email@example.com then you are on a scam site. Besides, their email does not reflect their sites name and that is a sign of a scam as well. Akin it would be to giving a business card with someone else’s company name on it – it just makes no sense!
What does ‘Zorabch’ even mean? I looked it up and there is no definition ergo it means nothing. They have not defined it either on their site telling me it is just something someone thought up without much thought. Site names have to make sense otherwise it is just another scam sign.
We see at the bottom of their web page they try to assure people they are legit saying they guarantee you up to 365 days with an image. That is not even clickable and also I have seen this on many other scam sites. If an image does not click then you are being duped. It is one of those mega scam signs i.e. making statements that mean nothing.
They have no Trust Seals and so that is another thing to watch out for. However, I have seen those Trust Seals like McAffee and VeriSign on scam sites and so they mean nothing to me anymore. How can sites that are supposed to ensure other sites are safe and then allow their own approval images to be used?
For me, that not a legit way to prove if a site is legit or not by itself by itself and it misleads good people into being tricked out of their cash. Of course they don’t claim any responsibility and allow their software take payment for those Trust Seals without human evaluation. For me, that says it all for their worth of such seals.
Moving on… we see that they have a quote 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..”. That is found on perhaps now up over 30 pages on Google of seeming separate companies using the same word for word quote.
All scams. No exceptions! It is the same people that are running this ‘Zorabch’ scam and we have been exposing them for a very long time now. Where you find this quote then please do report their full URL to us and we will expose them.
Below are sites using the same quote to avoid:-
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ansbwf.myshopify.com, dowfeel.com,vernalike.com, vhweipwe.myshopify.com, zwinznc.com, dkaoin.myshopify.com, aeijstsale.com, lasrn.com, tiamokx.com, cottageder.com, rosesimin.com, myphotowallet.com, murphynel.myshopify.com, remelala.com, next2day.com,holiyays.store, dressiu.com,sollover.com, soleget.com, bxcol.com, babeysy.com,
pantercos.myshopify.com, logmodels.com, perfectsu.com, jeansunlimited, tzshop.org, weonw.com, lovetossya.com, devaleg.com, recith2.myshopify.com, faqousshop.com, neltha.com, azcozy.com, walverhampton.com, modelands.com, yopopstyle.com, highfun.store, worldlotm.com,
restudeyle.myshopify.com,voetxwpr.com,flowershave.store, cattigirls.com, mghmg.myshopify.com, greenbobs.store, comfortablelifedress.com, oeirag.com, actcat.store, wantbuy1.com, kaviry.com, vhnjb.myshopify.com, qunlong.myshopify.com, psoyvj.myshopify.com, nightlullaby.com,brilliantme.store, beayos.com, beautiegirl.com, avtenkushop.com, speciatime.com, and there are thousands more! Please keep on reporting them to us!
Their whole scam network is from China. Since most fake e-stores are from this region then do take extra caution if you discover one from this area. We have to now as there are no many from China. This is not to say all e-stores from this region are fake because simply that is not true.
Furthermore, they have a telephone image on their site and when we go to click on it nothing happens. False reassurance once again.
They have their Facebook Icon when we click on it then it just reloads their home page. I see this all the time and is just another scam sign to make sure you really do put in for that refund today.
OH! I almost forgot…
Just for a second hand Mini Household Excavator you would easily pay around $700 $800+ and so their original price is actually the closest to the most accurate price. For $179 then we could buy them all up, open our own e-store or an actual shop for a few days, and price them at $450 and make a huge profit ourselves!
We have spotted other places online flooding the net with these fake priced Mini Household Excavator and so beware of that currently. That link is to our review about exposing these fake priced excavators by the way.
‘ZORABCH’ IS A CLEAR SCAM!
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