oh yes you can! You can submit your story to several sources and when people search for Firstname Lastname lawyer reviews, they will find your page.
Also you can submit feedback in https://www.trustpilot.com/review/www.avvo.com
When you google "Tayyt" you get basically no results, except for a few negative TrustPilot reviews talking about the exact same product, a Facebook page with 66 likes and minimal engagement/activity, and a sketchy Scam Detector score.
Let this be a lesson to do a quick search into the company you are buying from before you make the purchase. Dropshipping has a very low barrier to entry and high profit margins if you are unscrupulous enough.
Has anyone else used this before? Would like to see another point of view. This doesnt fill me with hope to be honest.
EDIT: Please wait for someone who has used this service before to confirm this site is legitimate prior to signing up.
If you're interested in Shadow of Mordor, it's even cheaper on BundleStars:
Edit: Even cheaper = $19.99 or £12.85 for the GOTY version.
Yes, they give steam keys.
Yes, they're legit.
Individual vs Corporation, also look at Lowes track record in how it treats customers and employees over Home Depot. That donation is a one time payment in the form of advertising which is working perfectly and they get a huge tax write off for it. The Home Depot operates the Homer fund and does either direct grants (typically for individuals) or matched $ 2:1 grants for community projects every year. The amount every year differs slightly but it's easily 10-20 mil per geographic region they operate in (example, United States + Canada would equal 20-40 million).
Like or dislike trump, if your using support for visible minorities as a reason to do business the Home Depot utterly annihilates Lowes on charitable giving and a lot of it is directed by the stores themselves separate from the politics of a single co-owner.
You or something on your phone triggered one of the keywords for them to advertise to you. It’s one of those pop up Chinese clothing sites that scams you out of your money by sending you a much shittier version of what’s in the picture, not sending you the correct item, or not sending you anything at all. These sites thrive off advertising to seem legit. When in fact this particular one Cotosen has a 92% bad rating on trustpilot.
Ok, let me teach you how to be a bit frugal with games like PS4 since I'm also frugal with games.
Firstly, try to get multiple Playstation Username from each region. I got 2. One from Asia, the other Australia. Every week, there will be a "Deals of the Week" for a certain game like this: https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-au/deal-of-the-week/cid=STORE-MSF75508-DOTW2015
If somehow you are lucky, the game you want might be on discount in that region. Meaning, maybe EU or Asia might have the game under discount so you can get it cheaply there. Also chances are if those are under discount, you might not get anything cheaper than that current price. The problem I have is that I'm not sure if this affects online multiplayer since all the games I bought are single player.
Another thing is that use this website: https://www.trustpilot.com/ . If there are a lot of reviews there, it is legit. Why I say is that you can get cheaply PSN or other cards overseas.
You could go ebay or Amazon but it takes days or months for it to arrive.
Since it was through a 3rd party, you pretty much screwed.
If you at any point got a proper PNR and electronic record - you should be good but I don't think the 3rd party ever booked you.
Looks like it is the 3rd party that fucked up royally. https://www.trustpilot.com/review/www.travelgenio.com
This is way it got removed. It’s truly random and Amazon can’t benefit from the manipulation and innocent folks are being harmed by a random AI.
1 star: Bad
Jun 2, 2021
My book was flagged as "highly…
My book was flagged as "highly unreliable" with no indication of why. There are a handful of reviews on amazon, all as verified purchases. There is no reason to flag this as unreliable.
I worked SO hard to get the book together and get it out there, so to see some reviews on Amazon was a joy. To then see this inaccurate AI system mark is as 'highly untrustworthy' is not only insulting but potentially damaging to the product.
Trustpilot usually offers reviews of brands, and r/FrugalFemaleFashion has a weekly thread where you can ask about people's experiences with a brand and whether it's a scam or not. I've also seen people ask in the daily threads on this sub.
At least you can leave one here without it getting deleted and it still gets sent to the company, but it pisses me off he needs ALLL this info to submit a review. He would totally troll them 🙄
GUYS WE CANT LET THEM GET AWAY WITH THIS!! MY BRETHREN THEY HAVE DECLARED WAR ON US!! FILL IN THIS REVIEW RO LET PEOPLE KNOW WHAT KIND OF SCUMBAGS WE ARE DEALING WITH. trustpilot robbing hood review
Nicht vergessen auch eure Meinung bei Trustpilot abzugeben https://www.trustpilot.com/review/www.traderepublic.com
Und für aktive TR User, Vorlage für Beschwerde bei der Bafin
Verkar vara en fejkad datingsida. Omdömena på Trustpilot är ganska underhållande. Låter skumt att de skulle använda dina riktiga uppgifter istf att bara generera slumpvis skit. Kanske den här snubben är så desperat att han försökt leta upp en fejkad profil på hitta.se el. dyl, och av en slump råkade hitta dig?
> ATTENTION! DANGER! APPEAL TO CITIZENS OF FOREIGN STATES!
> On June 2, 2021, the Main Investigative Directorate of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation began a pre-investigation check on the illegal sale of medicines, the quality of which is unknown!
> The Ministry of Healthcare Surveillance issued a decision to block the resource and add it to the register of illegal online pharmacies.
> The identity of the seller has been established, further actions will be taken within the framework of the legislation of the Russian Federation.
> Unfortunately, the Ministry of Communications and Communications in Russia does not have the authority to liquidate sites that are on foreign hosting, nevertheless, in the near future, all established resources for the sale of drugs of unknown origin from Russia will be brought to criminal liability!
> Before buying a medicine in online pharmacies, ask for information about suppliers, and if you are sure of the quality, ask to send you an invoice for making a payment, which should contain information about the control of the Federal Tax Service of the Russian Federation, as well as permission to sell medicines OKVED 47.73.
> This resource is also informed about the illegality of the online pharmacy, we are ready to provide all the documents to the trustpilot.com management.
> You can also send all complaints about the seller to us officially, to an employee of the pharmacovigilance department at the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation.
no idea if this is true or not but kind of unfortunate because i placed an order a few days ago
Just because certain employers and government programs use them, does not make them legit.
Allison.com needs a Behind the Bastards episode, but for now the poor trustpilot rating should tell you enough.
If you still want to use them, use fake info and make a new email address. Use an adblocker. Change your DNS to a privacy-friendly one. If you actually want your real name on the certificate at the end, edit it.
Hey, if you bought something through Gamestop.com recently like many have. Go give them your honest review on trustpilot!
The old reviews and the people shitting on the company for not having their PS5s or new Xbox there doesn't really reflect how the store is today. and the lack of consoles are not the retailers fault either.
Dr.Vanita Rattan is a popular youtube personality, she has a medical degree, but isn't a practicing doctor or a dermatologist. She makes videos where she talks about tackling hyperpigmentation. She runs a business in London, selling services that are advertised as effective treatments for hyperpigmentation.
She has been getting exposed on instagram by u/tanvi.x, you can see her stories titled "awareness". Basically her clinic is not even a real clinic, and they have scammed a lot of people out of thousands of pounds.
Dr.Natalia Speriengs has also criticized her. Warning people to stay away from her business.
More bad reviews
And some more
My wife had her PayPal business account with 12k USD frozen during covid for 5 months!! Seriously avoid PayPal like the plague. There is a reason they have such terrible reviews on trust pilot. Stop using PayPal.
We (Sila Games) proved to the mods of this subreddit that all our keys are sold directly from the publishers. I suppose if you ask them (or they comment here) your doubts will be solved :)
Also, I know there are not many reviews yet (we started a few months ago) but you can check our reviews in ITAD (https://isthereanydeal.com/reviews/stores/#/filter:silagames) and Trustpilot (https://www.trustpilot.com/review/silagames.com). Maybe that helps.
Try again, also stop PMing me because I’m cutting into your scam.
Edit: lol he keeps messaging me trying to convince me to take back my comments
but keep in mind you have a complimentary 100 miles for free. but you have got to be kidding me if you rent a beast of a motherfucker like this car and not go over that. You can, if the owner allows it, its something around .75 cents extra for every mile over. $120 as well to get the car delivered to you/closer. there are restrictions on that as well. When all is said and done, I would do it again in a heartbeat and 10 times over. This was my first time using Turo and I was hesitant.
I was actually about to order one but then I saw all the terrible trustpilot reviews about how the phone just breaks after 3-6 months and now I'm like oof... doesn't sound that sustainable after all..
>I'm not plugging any random free anything into my computer. That's how you get rootkits.
Hey Prank Monkey, that's definitely a good rule to follow. You should never pick up some random flash drive off the ground or a random usb anything for that matter, this goes for charging cables and all sorts of usb accessories. However, we are a legit business and we make decent money, why on earth would we sacrifice that to rootkit your comp and get access to your *clears throat*... "stash" ;)
this site seems suspect to me, prices on birks are lower across the board.
additionally, this is what their reviews look like on trustpilot.
compare that to actually massive companies like h&m or whatever your favorite company is and it seems fishy.
45k 5 stars for countryattire but 4k 1 starts for h&m looks like bot shilling to me and it makes me feel like they give themselves positive reviews across the internet.
base.com received an "excellent" rating, based on 86% of 1,624 people giving it 5 stars.
I had never heard of this webite before this.
edit: it's received a "trust score" of 9.1 out of 10. ^^HYYYYPE
edit2: the worst reviews do include a few preorder shenanigans, including
>Absolute joke of a company...
Place an order with them a week a go only to find out it has been cancelled, rang customer service and was told 'Its regular business practice for us and companies like us to advertise the sale of items we don't actually have just to drive business to the site'... I mean need i say any-more.
but there's only a few dozen of bad reviews total, and some are a bad experience with preorders, and only a few are them making up a game from nothing.^^ow, ^^my ^^hype!
(sorry, edited because I accidentally posted w/my regular account)
Yes, I did threaten with this. However as you'll see on https://www.trustpilot.com/review/valuebasket.com (where I've just left a review), they have thousands (almost 5k). I think they have so much business globally that it doesn't really matter.
I am slowly forgetting my 157 euros, however I'm still in disbelief that a company this big can completely get away with this for so long. They literally just stole my money. In the link above you'll see review after review, each one star and going through the same. Crazy.
Oh, also, they do not advertise whatsoever as China-based. In fact, as I purchased from the .nl site, they actually have Dutch customer service responses and Dutch names in their signatures.
CoinMetro is the only exchange to receive a 5 out of 5 on TrustPilot.
If you have a negative experience and leave a bad review their CEO will literally chase you to fix your issue. Just sayin'.
Roger Ver bought bitcoin(dot)com and r/btc, and uses them both to scam unsuspecting newcomers into buying his broken impostor altcoin which he promotes as if it were Bitcoin. It's sad that Roger Ver is such a fraud and uses his Bitcoin-centric platforms to promote scams, but other than informing newcomers on sites like TrustPilot and App stores, there isn't a whole lot we can do about it.
Be aware all of the r/btc mods are Roger's paid employees, and there have been a lot of people who have been permanently banned from that subreddit for informing users about Roger's fraudulent history.
Or look here for some real eye openers. 87% one star.
Sinemia routinely tells one star reviewers who say they've never gotten a response from sinemia customer service to call customer service. Then they report the reviews as "not a real customer". Cuz its easier to dump on a mad customer than fix their problem?
You were banned for advertising/spam, linking to a website known to be scammy.
Our ban appeal process for Discord is detailed here: https://www.reddit.com/r/ffxiv/wiki/rules#wiki_ban_appeals
HTC is not repairing anything, they have hired independent repair centers like Dynafix or others to do repairs. Dynafix in europe is quite on the lower end of the customer satisfaction scale. https://www.trustpilot.com/review/web.dynafix.com
they might not really be in touch with their replacement part situation and just ran out, or its something they just didnt have in storage, so they had to order it from HTC.
HTC hired similar "cheap" service centers all around the world to process damaged vives. people who sent stuff to "htc" for repairs always report mixed results.
In the UK some companies, like London Mint, have TV adverts where you can get a free coin if you call a number or sign up online. A lot of them contain small print that says you agree to subscribe to their service where they send you a coin each month “on approval”. Lots of people have had trouble unsubscribing from this service.
You cast blame on yourself but a lot of blame frankly should be on their part.
A few reminders:
This rating is enough for me to say "all hell nah, I aint buying from that store." This is when I strut my stuff to another store that has good customer service if not excellent.
As usual, if you have Amazon in your country, I strongly urge you to only use them. I also like to donate 20% of my income to them for good karma so they do not spite me. All hail Amazon. All hail Jeff Bezos. But seriously, a lot of the big online stores like in the US there is Zappos I think owned by Amazon, they have very good return policies without any bullshit.
GameStop hat 75% 1-Stern Bewertungen auf TrustPilot!
Wer hier die Statistik etwas aufbessern möchte, kann sich gerne beteiligen.
I've looked online and there are definitely some sketch things going on with Merchbar. People on Twitter seem to have nothing good to say about the site when you look it up and go through the latest tweets, and Trustpilot seems to show that Merchbar has bad customer service (among other things), which can be a sign of a shady business, but does not necessarily guarantee it. They seem legit, but my guess is that they buy their merch from less than trustworthy places for a lower cost than market value so they can sell the merch for a price higher than they bought it (but looks like market price for us) so that they can make money. They probably thought they were selling you legitimate merchandise. I would contact customer support or (u/ edwardaten), who seems to be the CEO of Merchbar, based on his Reddit comment history.
This is what GGG previously used to process transactions (Stripe): https://www.trustpilot.com/review/stripe.com
This is what GGG currently uses to process transactions (Xsolla):
People are complaining about Xsolla because they're having (or have had) bad experiences with them.
> Ich begebe mich vom Regen in die Traufe und mach mein N26 Konto zum Haupt Konto.
N26 ist offenbar noch schlimmer wenn es darum geht grundlos Accounts zu schliessen.
this is an advert disguised as a post ,that site sells poor quality prints of stolen artwork , check some reviews https://www.trustpilot.com/review/gearshungry.com
i dunno why these scummy people always try it on this sub but please nobody fall for it
esta weá no funcionó en ningún lado, pero en chile es culpa del comunismo. Puta los yuyuniz.
a ver, son estos marxistas internacionales tb? https://www.trustpilot.com/review/mobike.com
Mejor busca un ejemplo de donde les haya ido bien primero
en vez de lustrarle los mojones a las empresas que cagan.
Here is a link to the customer reviews of this(Toy Origin) company. Spoiler, they are not good.
Not legit at all. sorry
There is no online store that will sell LEGO Millennium Falcons at a discount like this.
Especially when they've been sold out direct from Lego for a few weeks...
Edit- added site with evidence
Beware of this site, it has absolutely terrible reviews. The Better Business Bureau lists hundreds of complaints and has given the retailer an "F" rating. Items rarely look like what's depicted on the website. Sizes are completely nonsensical and usually don't match any Western standard. Customer service is a joke; they usually refuse to follow their own return policies and charge exorbitant shipping rates for returns. They also have a long history of spamming customer emails without consent.
Check out Web of Trust and Trustpilot for more info.
What I don't get is - for those who stick with providers like British Gas because of "customer loyalty" - what exactly do they get out of this arrangement?
At the end of the day, an energy provider is there to do one thing: supply sufficient energy into the network (gas or electric) to offset their customers' usage. Either by manufacturing / generating it themselves, or buying it from other suppliers. They are a middle man. The gas or electricity isn't any better from any other company. It's not as if the potatoes will roast better when using good old British Gas over some, blegh foreign muck like EDF.
So what is it? Customer service? BG don't even have good customer service rankings!  How often do you phone your energy provider anyway? Good prices? No, they're consistently overpriced and frequently in the news over price inflation. So why do people stick with them? Are they just blinded by the pretty ads on TV?
Regarding Facebook, I should have checked this more often than I have though not all are interns/employees. We've never really proactively asked our customers (happy or unhappy ones) to write Facebook reviews - we should do this. Also, we all know people mostly write reviews when they are unhappy ;) though on Mouthshut and Truspilot we have a good mix:
Let's not forget about the incident over a year ago where a bunch of us were sent Pentium CPUs instead of the SSDs we ordered. Ratuken is a fucking joke if you ask me, look up consumer reviews of them on google, they consistently get bad reviews.
shopee pretends to have low prices but not worth the hassle when things go wrong which is increasingly common now that they've defeated lazada. They force you to allow them to store your credit card info and they intentionally decline to use the OTP for 2-factor. Which means if someone hacks your shopee account (which could be their own staff) and makes purchases, they'll get away with it. https://www.trustpilot.com/review/shopee.com.my
ANYONE USING UPHOLD, be careful. They're having outages and people's transactions into and within Uphold are being lost and delayed, even when they're being confirmed from the sending network.
For example, Coinbase wallet to Uphold wallet, the transaction is confirmed as successful on Coinbase (sending account) and missing on Uphold (receiving account)
Uphold is probably still a good company and all - but their networks, like others, are very very very overloaded.
She claims she’s the “only doctor and cosmetic formulator for skin of colour.” Delusional.
She claims to have treated “40,000 cases of hyperpigmentation” and have the biggest database for such cases. But she has no published, peer-reviewed study anywhere.
The trustpilot reviews on her dark circles clinic are woeful. 2 reviewers say it’s a scam.
This woman bought expensive Dr V sunglasses, only to get the wrong one. She was promised by Dr V’s team a full refund if she returns the item. She never got the refund.
She says organic uv filters (aka chemical sunscreens) are bad for POCs but her hyperpigmentation clinic website sells a sunscreen with octocrylene, an organic uv filter.
site doesnt look too legit? https://www.trustpilot.com/review/www.yslbeautyus.com#:~:text=AVOID%20BUYING%20online%20from%20YSL%20Beauty&text=Their%20online%20site%20is%20not,time%20you%20place%20your%20order.&text=I%20will%20never%20buy%20from,anyone%20to%20order%20f....
Perhaps, but the National's management were the ones who signed a contract with this vendor. It isn't a stretch for people who are actually trying to see the show and not flip tickets for a quick buck to voice their concerns and frustrations with the National's staff, who would ideally pass those concerns along to management. Without feedback, the National would never know the consequences of contracting with a scummy company like AXS when the presentation they were likely given before signing the contract was all sunshine, rainbows, and dollar signs.
And yes, AXS is a scummy company:
there's a history of them being incredibly shady. look at this customer feedback on their service throughout the years. this isn't something limited to just you. it's hipay in general.
Lemme make it clear.
They claimed there was deodorant on it.
It was never worn.
It was never removed from the outer packaging.
If you don't believe me then read up on their reviews
It looks like they've done something to purge their Amazone reviews as well as garnish an A+ rating from the BBB. They were four stars when I placed the order and down to one when I checked a few months later.
Another redditor weighs in: I have never seen such overwhelming bad reviews from a company before.
You could just buy it from REI which is legit. Not much info on Bag4People, so it could be a scam.
Never....never....never...pay a contractor before work is complete.
If he needs money for materials then just have him provide a list and you will supply the materials. 80% of all contractors are pure scam artist.
On a long job that will take weeks to complete I might be willing to pay labor on a weekly basis depending on if the job is on schedule. I have been dealing with contractors for a long time. You need a stern mentality to deal with them and you need to treat them like children.
>he had an A+ BBB rating
The BBB is a pure bullshit service.
And finally the most important thing we need to talk about is a structural engineer! One does not simply remove a column without consulting with a structural engineer. You did not mention one so I have to ask where is the engineer in this picture?
FYI I have personally seen houses begin to fall apart after a column was removed.
I'd say the organization is quite well known for being incredibly notorious for the reasons you have already mentioned. It's quite pathetic how they remove the Camelot brand from their listings, because its reputation is so tainted. Both locations you mentioned are part of the Camelot Campus 015.
If you're in for some fun these and these reviews are quite the rollercoaster. My favourite review was the one where the night guard came over to check that nobody was sleeping over for more than 2 days in a row, or that guest parking was 25 euros for more than 30 minutes. On the bright side, apparently the rooms themselves aren't that bad (minus the heat/walls), just that the experience itself significantly outweighs the benefits of a decent room.
That being said, I don't know anyone personally who has stayed there. A friend of mine knows a few, and as far as I know everyone of those are moving out as soon as their contract allows them to do so. Keep in mind that they will give you a 12 month minimum contract, so if you do opt for Camelot, you're stuck with them for a while.
My advice: unless you have no other choice, stay away.
Hey, if you bought something through Gamestop.com recently like many have. Go give them your honest review on trustpilot!
The old reviews there doesn't really reflect how the store is today.
The UK number is in London and leads to opticsfast dot com trustpilot reviews says they are scammers mainly mixed with a few likely fake 5* reviews https://www.trustpilot.com/review/www.opticsfast.com
It's a scam.
We keep getting questions like this, and it's always a scam site.
Look, if an online store just popped up yesterday out of nowhere and claims to have a gajillion sewing machines in stock which are sold out everywhere else and is selling them for an absurdly low price... use your common sense. The addresses they give on their contact page are shopping malls. There is no evidence of "Pacific Root One" existing as a company outside of this page (and some other dubious pages, all recently created) despite it allegedly being founded in 2010 -- because it doesn't exist. (Edit: also, their "reviews" are scraped from BestBuy.) This is 100% fake.
This is a great question. Here are my two cents about BlueHost.
-Support: It's very important to everyone that you have good support. That includes technical support and language skills. You can obviously tell that a good chunk of these people are not fluent English speakers. That's okay with me as long as they do their job, and BlueHost fails to live up to that.
-Pricing: Although they offer Unlimited Bandwidth and Disk Space, it's not exactly as it seems. Unlimited doesn't mean Unlimited. They don't have an exact number, but they will cut you off at a certain point. This is the same with NameCheap (although they are awesome) and lots of other hosts. There are a lot of medium-sized hosts that can offer a lot more bang for your buck.
-EIG: The company that owns Bluehost is called Endurance International Group. They don't just own BlueHost. In fact, they own 85+ different web hosts. I can imagine that if you owned that many web host companies, you wouldn't give a damn about support.
A quick google search should answer all your questions. Check out Trust Pilot, Host Advice, etc.
According to trustpilot, no issues:
Nobody pays for pr0n.
akiba sucks. they turned it into a paylink and Keep2Share pay per download file hosting affiliate scam site after their server crash. Haven't bother with them since last year's crash.
They just take free links from other sites, and put them on theirs.
Why not just go straight to the source?
Yay! Now please join me in writing a positive review. There seems to be a lot of weird negative reviews on computershare. I wrote a good review this morning but nobody joined me yet :(
Bij megekko uitkijken. Er gaat veel mis bij deze toko en ook al is het de fout van megekko gaan ze (proberen) jou voor de kosten op laten draaien. Zo leveren ze graag 2e hands spullen als nieuw en geven ze jou de schuld als er krassen op het product zitten. Ook laten ze dingen "repareren" wat niet gebeurd ven "vervangen" wat ook niet gebeurd.
De goede reviews hebben ze slechts door de winacties, van mensen die geen problemen gehad hebben.
Hey look at binance review :
So that means binance is not a good exchange and that we shouldnt trust it, right?
You are so predictable... Always there to show us the 0.001% dark side of things! Thx for sharing!
Someone bought it and left a review...
> I also ordered a predator helmet and got a bicycle helmet and a face shield. When I complained I was told it was still workable and I should allow for deviations in color because of my monitor. Flagrant false advertising and nothing but the run around when trying to get it sorted out. I will be using social media to warn as many people as possible not to deal with these scam artists. WORST SITE I'VE EVER DEALT WITH.
I think my services might fit the bill. I support 1-click installs, and so far I'm really proud of the reviews I got here on Reddit and on Trustpilot!
If you have any more specific questions let me know! :)
Yes, you'll currently be missing out on Caves and Adventure Mode.
Caves are planned to be added to DST. Not sure about adventure mode though.
Adventure mode is pretty much the goal. Without spoiling anything, you start in a normal world then will eventually find something that will start adventure mode. Hopefully you have a good understanding of the game because if you don't you will die in adventure mode a lot.
Quick google came up with this site. It seems sketchy to me because I've never used it, but they seem to have good reviews...and even a reddit post discussing it. Also note those are in Canadian dollars, so it's actually cheaper in USD. So, looks like you can grab a copy for about $7.
I've never bought but I looked into the brand and while I have no idea about quality, the language used thruout the site seems very weak and questionable. Also, they have a funky return policy of "one-off"s, so they don't really wanna accept returns. It's also unclear how long it takes for the item to get to you, considering they say "wait until 60 days and then message us".
Also, they have some pretty bad reviews on this site. Hope this helps!
Holy crap. I don't think I would ever buy through them.
It sucks, cause they are the official ecommerce retailer for Lenovo. They really should start looking for a better company.
Personal or business, you will still have problems. I think there is a reason they have one of the worst reviews on TrustPilot. Awful company with no moral values.
Hey if anyone is interested in buying something from this website, I would be careful - it seems a bit sketchy! Out of curiosity, I checked some of the reviews on trustpilot and many people are complaining that their orders never arrived, the refund process is overly complicated, or even if their jacket did arrive, it was poorly made and nothing like the advertised product. It seems like they make cheap knockoffs of the actual product. There were some positive reviews, so maybe you won't run into trouble, but just wanted to give a warning to you all!
The long-term damage to them will be catastrophic in comparison to whatever they think they're saving today by blocking trades for GME.
They also seemed to have learned nothing from the scenario by taking on mass numbers of retail investors.
Be sure to leave your review on their trust pilot so future customers also know what they're really like: https://www.trustpilot.com/review/trading212.com
That post the other day was weird af, they linked a website thats barely known where cashapp had tons of negative reviews and for some reason people bought into it. If we go by that website then I guess Paypal is also a scam, right?
Man this has gone beyond just being a bad seller. There should be charges pressed against them. Like reddit is a good start but we need a much bigger audience to actually successfully spread the word about this shitty site.
Edit - for context this is what people see when they Google their service.
No idea why you're being downvoted. The comment does send you to a place where you can buy the mask, but it's on the website viralstyle.com. Based on the most recent reviews on Trustpilot you will either never receive your product or it will take forever to get to you and will be incredibly low quality and terrible and nowhere near the $15 they're selling this mask for. Google "dropshipping scam" if you've never heard of this practice before.
There are over 1500 reviews here stating that customer service is non-existent, and most people are filing theft lawsuits against them. Maybe you should do a "Google" buddy.
I'm surprised that nobody has said this yet - but that website is almost certainly a scam.
The domain is registered 3 weeks ago, and looks and feels like a scam. An almost identical web site, solfemarket [dot] com, is reviewed as being a scam by all the comments on trustpilot
Don't order anything there, you're going to loose your money, and possibly much more than $30, becuase those sites exist to harvest card details.
General consensus: If it were possible to give a negative number out of 10, it would be negative, but as the lowest is 1, it has a 1.1 average out of 10 with 64 reviews.
Stay the hell away.
The CompTIA classes are not worth it either as far as paying for the course. There's plenty of free resources out there for the A+, Net+.
I saw that this order is fulfilled by PCrush, so I did a little research.
Personally, this was enough to make me cancel the order. I thought I'd share it on here so y'all can be informed as well.
Jeg ville takke ja.
Yoel (Direktør) har klart en god holdning til internet.
Desuden blogger han tit omkring hvad de gør og tager imod kritik.
Deres trustpilot ser fin ud for mig.
Hvis Kviknet kunne levere til hvor jeg bor, ville jeg tage det.
Spero ti siano utili, rimane il consiglio: chiudi asap
This site has awful Trustpilot reviews. Sometimes Trustpilot can be people who broke the T&Cs and who want to complain so I'm not saying it's definitely a scam, but I wouldn't risk it right now. Maybe if someone has some payment proof?
At first I looked and saw a ton of newer reviews and thought, "Damn bots have already destroyed their rating.", however, some of these reviews are from 2018. These guys appear to have a history of letting shareholders down. Be careful.
Not just the cost of the tests, but the difficulty of booking them and getting your flight departure to match the results coming. Where are you supposed to get the test done, and hang around whilst waiting for the results?
Then there's the 10-day quarantine + tests for Day 2 and Day 8. Then there's the test for getting back on the plane.
And then you have this kind of thing from the private testing companies:
Children 11-17 must take a pre-return test (presumably PCR at £99/pop) and another test (how much?) by Day 2 upon arival, from 'amber countries'.
So, one of your kids tests 'positive' What then? Quarantine in Spain? (where?). Have to book the tests for all the family again? Have to buy more plane tickets? And what happens if someone else tests 'positive' next time around?
Where are you supposed to hang about for 2-3 days whilst waiting for your test results? Sometimes they never arrive!
You can complain if you wish to receive a standard answer like this from 'Amy':
"Hi Lei, I'm sorry to hear that you had to cancel your holiday plans. We'd like to look into this for you and you can expect to receive a direct message from us shortly. Amy"
Is it Coolsnow / Coolsurf? The domain tld being .dk would give it away for me. But it is a bit misleading elsewhere, with a UK phone number, .co.uk in the contact email etc. They know what they're doing, their reviews are terrible and full of people in the same situation: https://www.trustpilot.com/review/coolsnow.dk
Thanks for replying! I read some reviews like this trust pilot. It has more positive reviews than negative but you can never be too safe.
I haven't used it myself but some of those prices seem a little too good to be true. I saw a few unsafe (jelly) toys while browsing so that's something to be mindful of.
I came across a site for reviews that was all positive, but on trustpilot, a lot are negative, you can read here. Seems very fishy! If you want to look for another site, we'll be happy to help :)
I would never put my money with a company that uses pyramidal schemes as a "marketing" tool, tbh. Also, a few considerations:
GameStop has 75% 1-Star Ratings on TrustPilot!
If someone is willing to counteract the Bot-Votes, can do so here, by providing their honest opinion about the Company.
Hey there and thanks for the inquiry.
Some context to your question: Will Mitchell, founder of Startup Bros and Joshua Fairbairn, CEO at MorphoMFG, met at a meetup for entrepreneurs looking to create their own product based companies in Guangzhou, during the Canton Fair a few years back.
Since the time that they did their podcast together and some other articles and collaborations, they have worked towards helping several of Startup Bro's entrepreneurs to make their ideas into reality. Quite a few products have been created with entrepreneurs through the relationship between our company and Startup Bros and we hope to continue to help more entrepreneurs in the future.
I am not sure if any of our clients will jump on here to answer your query, but if you are looking for further reviews about MorphoMFG from our clients, you can review a lot of this at our TrustPilot review page:
If you wish to move further along with us, feel free to send me a message and I can have one of our business development reps arrange a consultation call for you.
I will mention to our Business Dev reps about this post as well and perhaps one of them can reply with further info here for you and you can contact them directly as well.
It's a common !advancefee scam, and not even a sophisitcated one. The site has a small online presence, the positive reviews are obviously fake and incredibly low-effort while the negative reviews seem real, the address is an office building without a suite number, the site was clearly not written by a native English speaker, etc. We don't need to wait and see to know it's a scam.
All the links from storex.cc are fake and will only steal your money
Only way to get the movie is to buy it in Japan.
I wish I could provide encouraging information, but that won't be the case when dealing with Ikea customer service. It is awful. Honestly, the worst online retailer I've ever dealt with. I had to be on hold for hours, no one took responsibility for delivery (the 3rd-party service blamed Ikea, Ikea blamed the 3rd party delivery service, and round and round). It took weeks to resolve my issue, and that was after multiple rounds of being on hold for hours.
They will not respond via email. Their 800 number is overloaded and understaffed.
The only thing that works is persistence, and of course, it helps to be unfailingly polite. I wish I had better news for you. Their rating on Trustpilot is both dismal and well deserved. Read it, and take heed, fellow online Ikea order victim. :(
Also a scam. The big red flags to look for are stolen text, weird domain/content combinations, fake addresses, and lack of an online presence. Also, the only real review was written by a very unhappy customer.
Https://bitcurate.co/dashboard/! There is plenty of feedback, example: Https://www.trustpilot.com/review/thebigcoin.io? If you follow any of the above links, please respect the rules of reddit and don't vote in the other threads.
Yeah this guy knows exactly what he wants to get, then asks for advice just to dismiss any sensible advice given >.<
Gunfire surely isn't great.
9 out of 10 times people get what they pay for and there's no issues, but if you're unlucky and hit that 1 out of 10 where you need their customer service you're screwed. I had a terrible experience with them involving 15+ emails, 3+ phone calls and a PayPal dispute.
When I posted a bad review afterwards they contacted me directly and asked me how much I would want to change my 1-star review to a 5-star review. That was on Trustedshops.com which explains why their reviews are good on that site and bad on Trustpilot.
Se é demasiado barato, é porque é mentira. Há coisas que me levam a desconfiar da credibilidade. A começar, a porrada de selos que colocam no final da página (o do Norton não está validado, por exemplo). Toda aquela treta traduzida automaticamente. As reviews em sites como https://www.trustpilot.com/review/cafago.com são curiosas. É frequente haver utilizadores a dar 5 estrelas neles e noutro site apenas. Quem critica comenta que cobram um extra pelo envio, após a compra.