Enjoyskigear.com is running a fake online shop scam with no social media presence. The language on multiple pages is copied from other scam websites. The domain name is newly registered, having been active for only 33 days at the time of this report. The company name listed on the website is fictitious. Typically, these types of online stores are operated from China. A valid business address is missing from the website, and there are no contact numbers for customer support. Customers who purchase from such websites may receive empty packages or counterfeit items. Legitimate reviews about this project are absent and could not be verified. What is an online shopping scam?

❌ No Social Media
❌ Recently Registered
❌ Foreign Ownership
❌ No Phone Numbers
❌ No Reviews
❌ Copycat Content
❌ Fake Business Name
❌ No Address Found
❌ Fake Products
 

Date of registration: December 27, 2023
Expiration: December 27, 2024
First detected: January 29, 2024
Registrar: Gname.com Pte. Ltd. www.gname.com
Hosted by: Cloudflare.com
Ownership: Unknown

What is an online shopping scam?

With the rise of e-commerce, the prevalence of online shopping scams has also increased, but recognizing them has become more straightforward. These fraudulent websites often have a few telltale signs, such as being recently set up and hiding their true ownership behind privacy services offered by third parties. They entice unsuspecting shoppers with deals that seem too good to be true, offering high discounts on various products for a quick sale. Unfortunately, in most cases, consumers end up with nothing to show for their payment.

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These scam sites typically advertise popular items like automotive parts, construction equipment, electronics, and high-end fashion, but if they do deliver, the products are usually cheap knockoffs, crafted from substandard materials that don’t match the advertised quality. Victims of such scams should act promptly by reporting to their banks and seeking to reverse the fraudulent charges to mitigate financial loss.

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