Don’t Fall for Polideal Meditation Chair Scam

Polideal is currently making waves online for its $39 Meditation Chair Pro, Ottoman and Drew Rotating Chair. Unfortunately, the discount sale isn’t real.

First of all, the cost price for the chairs cost far more than the stated discount price. On (the original makers) the meditation chair is currently sold for $449. The question you should ask is this; Why’d anyone sell a $400 worth chair for $39. Of course, the person behind doesn’t have genuine intentions.

As a Cybersecurity analyst actively fighting cybercrimes, I’ve taken my time to investigate, and my findings revealed it’s a scam.

I’ve provided links, reports, and images supporting my verdict.

Exposing Scam

The website runs Ads on numerous platforms; Facebook, Instagram & TikTok promoting discounted computer chairs. The Polideal Meditation Chair Pro is its most advertised offer.

However, after placing order, customers do not receive the chairs or anything at all. The tracking does not work, and every effort to contact the store turns out futile.

The scammers behind bait buyers with low prices on items, and immediately go silent after collecting payment.

Often times, they’d promise a 30% refund, claiming the product is out of stock. However, it’s all part of the scam. There’s no product, and if customers fail to request for a chargeback, the scammers would return only 30% and keep the rest to themselves.

Spot The Red Flags Behind Polideal Meditation Chair

The Website Uses Fake Business Address

On, its physical address is listed as ’12N Kelly Drive, Webster Springs, West Virginia, 26288′. Interestingly, the address is a Single Family Home, and not an office complex or Warehouse. What does this mean? you may ask.

Well, fake address is very much common with fraudulent businesses. Scammers use address of other businesses to cover their track and create a sense of authenticity. So, don’t let the US address fool you.

No Refunds

Polideal claims to offer a 30 days return guarantee. However its Legal pages, Refund Policy and Privacy Policy are generic content. They were copied from another website(s). This means they wouldn’t keep to their promise, as it wasn’t theirs for start.

Recently Launched Website was registered on January 2024 and would expire January 2025. This proves it lacks reputation, and can be quickly gotten rid of.

No Customer Support

The contact information is an email ‘[email protected] and telephone number ‘856) 834-9607’. However, they don’t really function.

Steps To Take For Possible Refunds

The only way to get a refund from this merchant is to do the following;

  • Report the fraudulent transaction to your credit card issuer
  • request a chargeback
  • Include supporting documents, such as copies of a receipt, invoice, and any communications you had with the merchant.
  • Anticipate that the dispute can last up to 90 days or two billing cycles, whichever is shorter.

How To Protect Yourself From Unauthorized Charges From

When you submit your name, address, and credit card details on the scam store, your identity and financial details is at risk. In order to avoid this, update your passwords, enable two-factor authentication, and monitor your bank statement for any unusual activity.

If you detect any suspicious transaction, contact your bank and cancel your credit card or place a credit freeze on your account.

Reporting Polideal Scam To The Right Authorities

As a victim of this scam, take proactive measures of nabbing this scammers by reporting them to;

Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3): If you are in the United States, you can file a complaint with the IC3 at
Your Local Consumer Protection Agency: Contact your local consumer protection agency or the equivalent regulatory body in your country.
Better Business Bureau (BBB): File a complaint with the BBB if the online store is based in the United States.

How To Avoid Online Shopping Scams

  • Steer clear from social media Ads offering too good to be true discount
  • Check online for real user reviews. You can also do this by adding ‘scam’ ‘complaints’ to the website name before searching
  • Avoid websites that lack SSL encryption (padlock symbol on the URL link). They are unsafe
  • Check the domain age of the website using a domain checker tool ( Websites below 6 months old are often considered unsafe.
  • Verify the website business address. you can do this by pasting the address on Google. The result would either show if it’s a warehouse, residential quarter, or if it has been flagged as scam.
  • If the return policy isn’t available or if it isn’t clear, you should quit shopping.

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