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To think this website is some kind of scam

(16 Posts)
listsandbudgets Sat 20-Dec-14 09:35:33

Prices seem a bit too good to be true.

No contact details just an email form.

A cheak out rather than a check out.

What do you think - scam or not?

LindyHemming Sat 20-Dec-14 09:36:47

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Aeroflotgirl Sat 20-Dec-14 09:38:30

Yes I think not a scam but they are fakes. No uggs can be that cheap.

mupperoon Sat 20-Dec-14 09:38:36

I'd not risk it. Too many horror stories recently.

NoArmaniNoPunani Sat 20-Dec-14 09:38:45

Fake uggs are everywhere online. It's definitely fake

Letthemtalk Sat 20-Dec-14 09:38:55

Scam, no contact details, lots of spelling/grammar mistakes. If it looks too good to be true it generally is.

tobysmum77 Sat 20-Dec-14 09:39:14

it isn't a dodgy link. I just had a look and the fact that their tracking customer service is a Hotmail account is the thing that sounds alarm bells for me.

Trickydecision Sat 20-Dec-14 09:40:03

Some of the FAQs are written in very strange English, which seems slighly at odds with it supposedly being an Australian site.

fairgame Sat 20-Dec-14 09:41:16

Fake. If you go on the ugg website there is a bit where you can find out if a site selling uggs is genuine or not.

fanjobiscuits Sat 20-Dec-14 09:42:40


"We are focussed on minimising fraudulent transactions over the net. As a further precaution, we have a designated customer service team that will contact you for voice recognition and authorisation if our security matches are not met or if we suspect any improper use."

Voice recognition? Seriously? And too many FAQs about late goods

TeaAfficionado Sat 20-Dec-14 09:58:36

The public information about who registered the domain has mostly been listed as Private, just got an individual's name rather than a company. Which I wouldn't really expect from a 'known business'. I haven't been on the site but from what's written above it sounds a little suspect.

listsandbudgets Sat 20-Dec-14 10:09:17

Thought it was too good to be true. I've reported them to Ugg and won't be buying anything from them.

hesterton Sat 20-Dec-14 10:17:36

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

ThatDamnedDog Sat 20-Dec-14 11:51:35

Chinese fake sellers, the wording of some sections is similar to the chinese Ebay sellers. Also a hotmail address for a business seller just screams unprofessional to me. So not a scam a such, but counterfeit goods. If you want cheaper Uggs try M and M direct or similar.

JennySense Sat 20-Dec-14 12:05:12

Almost certainly fake.
The domain name was registered for one year at the start of December.

RobinHumphries Sat 20-Dec-14 14:31:01

I always check websites using

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