We have detected that outletsstore.shop is operating an online store scam. Customers have reported receiving nothing or counterfeit items when ordering from these websites. No social media accounts were identified for this project. The company name stated on the website is false. Our efforts to find a valid business address on any of the pages were unsuccessful, which is atypical for a genuine store. Customer support phone numbers are not listed on the website. No reviews for this project can be verified. There are strong indications that the website is operated from China. The wording on different pages has been copied from numerous other fraudulent websites. The domain name is relatively new, having been registered for only 27 days at the time of this report. What is an online shopping scam?

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

Date of registration: December 27, 2023
Expiration: December 28, 2024
First detected: January 23, 2024
Registrar: NameSilo, LLC www.namesilo.com/
Hosted by: Siteground.net
Ownership: Unknown

What is an online shopping scam?

The rise of online shopping has unfortunately been accompanied by an increase in fraudulent websites posing as legitimate retailers. These scam sites lure customers with prices that seem too good to be true for popular brands, only to deceive them. Shoppers who are duped by these scams face several possible outcomes: they might end up with nothing at all, receive a package of worthless items unrelated to their purchase, or, in some cases, be sent a counterfeit product that is a shoddy replica of the brand they thought they were buying.


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