Is the website www.etradelife.com legit?

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  • #403253

    Anonymous

    All of their stuff is super cheap to say the least. My parents say its a scam but my friend ordered from it a while back and got everything was very good quality. What’s the catch? Is it all fake or just wholesale or someothing because a $ 150 pair of oakleys are still $ 60 plus some shoes was going to be $ 100? HELP ME PLEASE, best answer gets it

    http://Www.etradelife.com



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    Anonymous

    First ask yourself if it sounds too good to be true, if it does you can bet there’s something fishy going on, the Internet is filled with scam artists and thieves emboldened by the anonymity and jurisdictional distance the Internet provides them.

    The second thing to do is to look up the public domain name owner record that mat be accessed with tools like: http://whois.domaintools.com/etradelife.com
    The owner location and creation date f the site are most important details, new sites more likely to be short lived scams. The owner information details can be hidden by a privacy proxy registration or fabricated details. Look for U.S. addresses with foreign phone numbers with the wrong number of digits.

    In this case the site is owned by someone in China, so there’s pretty much zero chance of getting any real brand names, some copies might be pretty decent but don’t bet on any kind of warranty. One plus, this site is almost 2 1/2 years old which beats most of the countless Chinese sits out there, there’s a greater risk of a 3 month old site delivering nothing, since it would be too new to make it into the scam registries.

    Your guaranteed to receive fake brand name copies from such sites and risk receiving nothing from these sites often operating in the shadows out of reach of the law.

    Any site not giving a phone number or address in their Contact Us page should be suspect, in some cases it’s a part time home based business and in others it’s a fly by night scam site, in either case the customer service will not be up to par with the larger suppliers. Those disposable hotmail gmail email addresses in the Contact Us page are not a goo sign either.

    This site operates under several other names, there are some 11 other sites on the same file server in the Netherlands doing similar things, that you can guess share the same owner, including:
    1 9ELIFE.COM.
    2 BBCLOTH.COM.
    3 EDSHOE.COM.
    4 ETRADELIFE.COM.
    5 ETRADINGLIFE.COM.
    6 EVELSELLER.COM.
    7 FAMALEGOODS.COM.
    8 FULLSTORES.COM.
    9 GUESSMALLS.COM.
    10 NETETRADER.COM.
    11 PLZZSHOP.COM.
    12 POPBUYNOW.COM.
    13 STEFSCLOTHES.NET.
    14 STYLISHDUDES.COM.

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