Wantsalebags.com has been reported for running an online shopping scam. No legitimate reviews about this project could be found or verified. The site lacks a valid business address, which is a major red flag for an online store. It is highly likely that the website is operated from China. The language on multiple pages is identical to that found on other deceptive websites. The website claims to be operated by a fictitious company and provides no customer support phone numbers. Investigations have not uncovered any social media accounts associated with the project. The domain name was registered only about 33 days ago at the time of this report. Customers who purchase from these websites sometimes receive empty packages or counterfeit products. What is an online shopping scam?

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

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?

Online shopping scams are a form of internet fraud where fake websites mimic legitimate retail platforms to lure customers with steep discounts on well-known brands. These deceptive sites are often based in different countries, making it harder to track and prosecute the perpetrators. They create a convincing facade of a real online store, complete with product listings and customer reviews. When unsuspecting shoppers place orders, the outcomes can be disappointing. Some customers may end up waiting indefinitely, as their purchased items never arrive.

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Others might receive a package, but instead of the desired product, they find cheap, substandard goods or completely unrelated items. This tactic allows scammers to produce a shipping receipt, which they can use as “evidence” of delivery when customers dispute the transaction and seek a chargeback from their bank. To mitigate the damage, it’s crucial for consumers who realize they’ve fallen prey to such a scam to promptly contact their financial institution to try to reverse the charges.

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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