Does anyone know bibilogoods.com?

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Does anyone know bibilogoods.com?

Is it too good to be true? The prices are so cheap and they have so many thousands of flashlights.
https://www.bibilogoods.com/acebeam-tk16-aluminum-osram-or-luminus-p-465...

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It smells super fishy
https://www.bibilogoods.com/faq.htm

They only take credit card or bank transfer, no sales tax, ships anywhere, refunds will be stuck in process forever…

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Hmm, just goggle “vinayotap”…

(No, not “bubbahotep”.)

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Yep, similar to http://www.orgegggoods.com/

(non-HTTPS too, so nobody should even be thinking of using a CC there)

https://imgur.com/a/cB76ahL

Took those images two days ago. New registration, scrapes the internet for images and makes pricing up.

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Wow. If it looks too good to be true, it usually is

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New “ Jesusfire” lights? Smile

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Note the very (seemingly) Chinese email addresses along w very generic Caucasian names in the US.

Problem is, you could report them all you want, but I’d dare say no action would be taken.

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The next item on your to-do list today is.

1/ Go to the home page of this outfit
2/ Scroll all the way down, looking for the site map.
3/ Click on site map
4/ Get blown away by the list of stuff they apparently sell
5/ Click back, ending in leaving this site
6/ Have a cuppa joe and be grateful you did not order

If the fever returns, repeat the above. Also works with alotta other so-so companies.

You are a flashaholic if you are forced to come out of the closet, to make room for more flashlights.

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it sure smell like a scam

must avoid at all cost:)

https://www.scamadviser.com/check-website/bibilogoods.com

Nico -.-

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Nicolicous wrote:

it sure smell like a scam

must avoid at all cost:)

https://www.scamadviser.com/check-website/bibilogoods.com

I just bookmarked scamadviser.com

Looks like a very useful site.  :THUMBS-UP:

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Just a little note about scamadvisor.

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Selftest:

https://www.scamadviser.com/check-website/scamadviser.com

Hm. Got 100%, must be safe Big Smile

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I dont fully take scamadviser.com for advice rather getting info from it and make my own judgement.

back to the topic bibilogoods…. there just too many red flags about it.

  • Owner name Benjamin Roberts but his email is boyuchang39@gmail.com (unprofessional email and using free email )
  • Domain age 5 Days…. very new business, seems risky and it could disappear any time
  • Flashlights price is really cheap and I have never seen any other re-seller have this price.
  • Payment only accept credit card. I prefer paypal method for safer dispute

it’s just too many red flags and smell fishy so i would stay away.

Nico -.-

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Except for Amazon, it’s Paypal only for me

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lampliter wrote:
Just a little note about scamadvisor.

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ScamAdviser.com is worst than a scam, they use misleading, abuse and offensive title on search engine to damage other legit online businesses and push them to hopeless. Why I say that: Scam Suspected 1: This site base in country A but office address show in country B This site might be owned by
???

reminds me of the website mediabiasfactcheck.com It is an extremely biased fact check site that gives some of the most biased and known propaganda engines the highest ratings.

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Hmm, just goggle “vinayotap”…

Yep. Scam. Industrial-strength scammer. Keep your malware protections up if you visit their many pages.