Have You Been Scammed While Shopping for a Replica Product?
Hey guys feel free to comment below about any sites that have ripped you off while shopping for a replica of any kind whether it be a handbag, shoes, or even a watch. If you feel you should warn others about any site the comments are a free for all! You can also email me any review you have at email@example.com with pictures and details and I will post it up on the blog for all to read!
If a website gets enough negative reviews I will add it to the scam list. If you are a website owner you can also feel free to converse with the unhappy buyers. I hope this opens up a great dialogue between shoppers and sellers, and allows us to help warn shoppers to stay away from certain sites and sellers that have proven to be nothing but trouble!
Replica Websites to Avoid:
- www.ebaags.co or http://www.ebbaag.com or http://www.ebbaag.coNAMES/EMAILS: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or someone named Winnie.
I have received MANY negative reviews about sites called “ebag” “ebbaag” or any similar sounding name. They are a scam. They do not send anything because they don’t have anything to sell. The products pictured on their sites are stolen photos. Many have alleged they steal your identity and run a phishing scam. Save your money and yourself a headache and do not shop here. The negativity about this group of scammers is overwhelming and enough to warrant a big warning!
A lot of people have sent there money in and then received no response from this company. It is a big SCAM.
I have received messages from blog readers being scammed by them. Their contact details Winnie Jim – email address firstname.lastname@example.org … Any time you see the name Winnie associated with replica shopping it is most likely a scam – don’t buy!