Royaleclothes.com has come under scrutiny for operating an online shopping scam. The domain name was registered only 33 days ago. The website lacks a valid physical address for the business on any of its pages. Indications suggest the website’s operations are based in China. Content on various pages appears to be copied from numerous other scam websites. The website does not provide any customer support contact numbers. Legitimate reviews about this project are nowhere to be found through research. The company name claimed on the website is not registered. Customers have reported either receiving nothing or counterfeit items after making purchases. The project has no associated social media accounts. What is an online shopping scam?

❌ Recently Registered
❌ Foreign Ownership
❌ No Phone Numbers
❌ Fake Business Name
❌ No Social Media
❌ No Address Found
❌ Copycat Content
❌ No Reviews
❌ 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, making it more important than ever to be vigilant. Many of these fraudulent websites are set up with new domain registrations and often hide their true ownership by utilizing privacy services offered by third parties. They entice unsuspecting consumers with deals that seem too good to be true, offering significant discounts on products to encourage quick sales. Unfortunately, in most cases, customers end up with nothing to show for their payment.

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These scam sites commonly purport to sell a variety of goods, ranging from auto parts and construction equipment to high-end electronics and designer apparel. On the rare occasion that customers do receive a shipment, it’s usually comprised of counterfeit goods, crafted from substandard materials that don’t live up to the advertised quality. Victims of such scams should promptly reach out to their financial institutions to report the fraud and seek a transaction reversal to recover their funds.

Report Scams to Government Agencies:
Federal Trade Commission (FTC) – Submit a Report
Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) – Submit a Report
U.S. Postal Inspection Service (USPIS) –Submit a Report

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