Fuzebug Mosquito Killer

Fuzebug Mosquito Killer Review- Is getfuzebug.com Scam?

Should you buy the Mosquito zapper from getfuzebug.com? or is it another fake mosquito killer trap? Read this review to find out its legitimacy!

With online scams springing up every day, we have taken the responsibility of reviewing products, stores, websites etc for our reader’s financial safety.

This Fuzebug mosquito eliminator review exposes everything you need to know about the product and the website selling it.

Fuzz Bug Mosquito Killer- Is It Worth It?

Either known as Fuzebug or Fuzz bug, this mosquito trap is the rave of the internet because of the Innovative middle school boy story and the claim that this is a genius product that solves the problem of mosquito bites.

However, when you dig beneath all the so called positive reviews online, you’d see that there are no genuine customer reviews of this product. The seemingly positive reviews were written by affiliate marketers who don’t care if the product actually works or not. What they are after, is their commission at the end of the day.

It is true that this website seems legit, however what you should be worried about is if this mosquito zapper will really work or would it join the pile of useless items you bought online through YouTube advertising ?

What You Should Know About Getfuzebug.com

There seems to be more than one websites that offer this product. However, getfuzebug.com (offer.getfuzebug.com) is the official website of Fuze Bug. It is the online store that sells the viral mosquito eliminator. However, though the website looks legit there are a couple of red flags that you shouldn’t ignore.

Shady Customer Support

Fuzebug has provided an email address and phone number as the means with which customers can contact the store. But several attempts to reach the customer service agent through the given phone number proved futile. Various calls made to the number were unanswered.

Curious, we decided to contact the website through the company address (2345 Vauxhall Rd, Union, NJ 07083), and we hit a can of worms! The address provided on Fuzebug official website is not a real one. It is that of American Cargo Express,

As can be seen from this realtor website here, American Cargo Express is a transportation business that was founded in 1988 as an international freight forwarder and broker for small businesses.

Suspicious Nature

On the Terms and Condition page, Nu Life Marketing LLC is mentioned. Damn! This is another red flag on its own. Nu Life Marketing is one of the aggressive marketing companies online that keeps selling not too cool products, like this wifi booster.

What this company does is buy products for cheaper rates in China, then invest in social media advertising, SE0 advertising, copy writing and all the likes, to make the products look real or legit to buyers. This is why when you search for Fuze bug reviews or Fuzzbug mosquito trap reviews you’d see tons of reviews from blogs endorsing the product.

But one thing stands out…..the contents are all similar. All hog-wash, make believe reviews. Unfortunately, you would get tempted to buy this product. Don’t beat yourself! Who wouldn’t? The reviews look real, moreover they’re from popular websites. What a shame! Sponsored reviews do the most these days.

Customer Reviews

The reviews on the internet look so real…..but guess what? They’re all scripted lies! Yes, you heard me well. No single iota of truth. Ask yourself this; why would a product have no single negative review? Not one even!

On getfuzebug.com or fuzebug.io there are a couple of customer reviews, and like you guessed, they are all four star and five star ratings! Common, this lie is beginning to look too obvious.

Moreover, we’ve seen these exact reviews on a similar product we reviewed some while back, Redsea Mosquito Zapper. Well, I’ll give them the award for writing hook copies! The reviews look so real, if only they are scripted.

Security of The Website

Fuzebug.com is not a secured website to shop from. It uses fake trust seal logos of Norton, McAfee, VeriSign, etc. on its few Product detail pages. If you shop at this site, you might get charged twice.

Does Fuze Bug Really Work?

The answer to the question is complicated.

What you should know is this ‘Fuze bug zapper’ is not a new or unique product. There are similar ultraviolet mosquito lamps like this. The seller simply rebranded it and invested a lot on social media advertising.

From the genuine Fuzebug reviews online, the mosquito killer lamp does not work as claimed. It kills mosquitoes quite alright, but very few mosquitoes.

Fuzzbug Mosquito Killer Reviews

Is Fuzzbug Mosquito Trap A Hoax?

New York Times has addressed the issue on this article here. The truth is that bug zappers work by emitting a UV light that attracts bugs to the center of the device, where they’re electrocuted. The only problem: They aren’t killing the bugs that bother you.

Mosquitos are not attracted to ultraviolet light, but rather to cO2 and water vapor.

Forget the positive reviews online, A study from the University of Delaware tracked six residential bug zappers over a 10-week period and found that of the 13,789 insects killed, only 31 were biting flies (including mosquitoes).

That’s a sad 0.22 percent. Given this, it’s no shock that the authors of the study concluded that bug zappers are “worthless for biting fly reduction.” 

So what are the better ways to kill mosquitoes?

5 comments

  1. You’re absolutely, 100% right. The thing don’t work. I left it on all night long in my shop in the dark and when I came in the next morning there were no mosquitoes in the device. There were several of them in the shop buzzing around and I got bit before I sprayed with bug killer and killed them. What a waste of my money.

  2. Bought this item.
    All it is a 50 dollar flash Light, I don’t kind if the bug zapper even works because it Won’t even turn on. I’m furious that I got scammed!

  3. I was scammed as well. I placed the Fuzebug right next to me, but the mosquitoes bit me instead of being mesmerized and killed by the magic light. I contacted the seller through Paypal. The seller contacted me with a RMA#. They were very specific that the product MUST have an RMA# or else you’ll get charged “fees”. Pisses me off it’s costing me money to send this POS flashlight back to Chinatown.

  4. I just bought 2 of these and fell for the hype. These do not work at all.

    I did notice all of the positive reviews that were very similar on every website I found but still bought never the less.

    Fuzebug emailed me to say they will refund 75% back, but that still puts me out almost $40.

    I wish I would have searched for scam reviews more thoroughly.

  5. I fell for the hype also. Bought their “package special” and another for $10 less. They keep leading you to buy other products and all are over-priced. the tiny “citronella stickers” do not work eithr; I place the lamp and put a sticker on a friend and it DID NOT WORK. Lacebug moths also ate my plants … I am out almost $200 thru my Paypal acct. DO NOT BUY THESE products!

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