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Scarfiv.com Review: Pros and Cons Exposed- Another Scam?

Scarfiv Review: Is Scarfiv.com a legit store to buy gym tools? We have had a lot of readers sending mails asking about the authenticity of Scarfiv Website, this led to our review of this Online store.

With online scams springing up every day, we have taken the responsibility of reviewing products, stores, websites e.t.c in order to save you from making wrong decisions.

Our Review of this Ecommerce serves as an eyeopener. We hope it meets you well, and on time.

What is Scarfiv? Is It Legit?

Scarfiv.com is an online store that sells all kinds of indoor and outdoor paraphernalia, such as furniture, treadmill, punching bag, LED T.V and many others.

Due to the shutdown as a result of the COVID-19, you might be thinking this is a splendid time to work on your Abs, and be healthy. You might have stumbled on an Ad from Scarfiv.com claiming they sell home gym products for unbelievable prices.

We advise you to take a breather, and go through this review. The Coronavirus outbreak has birthed a lot of online scams ranging from online stores, investments and what have you.

So, don’t be in a hurry to buy from any online store without checking for reviews (Not just one, as you might be misinformed)

When we checked Scarfiv website we discovered there are not much words on the website. On the homepage, we see different pictures of their products, selling for 70% discounts.

Scarfiv Store is located on-

Website- http://scarfiv.com/

They provide just the following contact detail-

should you have a reason to worry about scarfiv.com store?

Why scarfiv.com is Not Worth Your Money

In as much as the well designed platform of this store would make you think they are the real deal, the truth however remains that some fraudulent online stores do pay huge money to have their ecommerce platform look standard and convincing. This is because they know what they stand to gain by looking topnotch.

During our in-depth investigation, we discovered the following cons of this Online Store.

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Anonymous Lots

After a thorough background search on who the owner/owners of this store is, we came up with absolutely nothing. This alone is an indication that the people behind this online store don’t have genuine intentions. If they do, they wouldn’t be hiding their details from whois

No Social Media Presence

We always warn our readers to buy from stores with well grounded social media presence. This is because you can easily reach out to them in any of their platforms. On Scarfiv there is no link leading to their social media page.

When we checked on Facebook, we didn’t see anything about this online store. This does not speak well of this store

Lacks Transparency

While digging online for reviews on this store, we discovered three different websites bearing the brand ‘Scarfiv’. Same website design, same products and same mail- [email protected]

We don’t understand why Scarfiv store would have three websites if they are not trying to cover their dirty tracks. Yanble.com, qbtall.com and scarfiv.com are all posing to be ‘Scarfiv’ selling home gym products like bubble hot tubs, e.t.c

No Contact Details

Apart from a mail, this website does not provide an address or even a phone number with which they can be reached with. This should be a major cause of alarm.

CAVEAT; Scarfiv store has three websites – yanble.com, qbtall.com and scarfiv.com covering its dirty tracks. That way when one website is brought down, there would be two more standing.

UPDATED– Scarfiv brand scam is the latest store scam to rock the internet. A lot of people keep falling for it because they use different websites, and make use of Facebook to advertise their ridiculous discount products such as the play station 4 pro and 2in1 portable ice maker, plus many other gym tools.

As a result of the number of people that keep falling for this scarfiv scam, we decided to run a thorough investigation. Below is the list of the different shitty websites using ‘Scarfiv’ or ‘shoptimized’ brand to rip you off your money.

  • Geoghost.store
  • luietho.site
  • ndikeeuc.best
  • sweetxeshop.store
  • ygrtnn.com
  • pellucidy.com
  • fixthed.store
  • cren.life
  • shineiy.com
  • ndikeeuc.best
  • pansyed.site

What these stores have in common is the unbelievable discounts, no contact details, no social media page, lack of transparency, same address and mail, and many more.

UPDATED- The people behind Scarfiv brand scam are very smart, they have currently changed the look of all their websites, removing the ‘Scarfiv’ brand name. Also, they have given the websites new names.

Scarfiv.com is now known as NewSpecial, while Geoghost.store is known as ‘Aguero’. However the address, mail and number keep giving them away.

In general, we would advice you not to take any Ad on Facebook seriously, especially when it is from an unknown store and is also offering huge discounts. Meanwhile, we’ll keep listing the related websites.

Do stay safe and be on the alert!

Scarfiv.com Scam Review: Our Findings

At first glance, scarfiv.com appears to be a legit online store, but in reality they don’t have genuine intentions. They don’t provide an address, a phone number or even a social media page. We advise you to tread carefully, and do share your experience with us.

157 comments

  1. Thanks for the info on this, I have noticed all the sites listing the same product just to catch the eye of a legitimate consumer.

  2. I was reviewing Scarfiv’s offer of adjustable dumbbells for just under $60. I checked out Boflex’s offering, and noticed that they price the same set at over $800. Additionally, the product image that Scarfiv uses for their adjustable dumbbell set is actually the exact one that Boflex has on their site.

        1. If you receive some piece of junk in the mail, do not throw it out as they send junk as “proof” the so-called item was delivered. That’s what happened to me and my bank is actually letting them get away with it because I have no “proof” that I returned the item. So make sure you return item if you receive junk.

          1. All this place is a scam. If you file a dispute they will send you some rubber toy or something. This way they can show a tracking info where you got what you ordered. Your bank will bounce any dispute. This is a new scam. You order something and you will get some hat, scarf, jar opener in the mail if you dispute. So make sure you save the plastic wrapper (shipping info.) Please be specific on your post about whom you ordered. I am in dispute with AGUSTO FOCIL for Coleman Hot Tub. When I filed dispute , all of the suddent I got a rubber jar opener in mail. The bank closed by dispute because the company had tracking info. So for $5 in postage they can collect $150 on a hot tub they never sent.

            Another company is called shitsou* . I ordered some legos too and got a knock off ball cap from some french company in mail after filing dispute. Suckered twice!

            Anyways, Please post what you bought and whom the charge name on Credit Card was. If all of us note this you can refer to this site as proof of scam. When I disputed the charge. I got a 3 inch diamter rubber piece like to open jars. Sadly , I had no idea the scam and got rid of the wrapper.

            Please mention what you receive in mail from China too once you file dispute.

            If enough of us have the same exact pattern we can go back to the banks and end these people and get our money back.

  3. I ordered from Scarfiv earlier this week, before this review was made available unfortunately. I tried to check the status of my order, and the order status option on the page DOES NOT WORK. This is a red flag to me. I emailed the Zenobia email address on the website to inquire further about the order status and still no response. I will give them the 5-10 days for delivery, but after that, I will be reporting this website and calling my bank to get my money back if I don’t receive my order. Will keep the site posted.

    1. Yes please keep me posted as I have just bought mine yesterday and I would like to know if this site is legitimate.

      1. no offense, but you need to stop “hoping”, when it comes to using your credit card and bank information. ALWAYS investigate a site.

        1. Have any tips on what to look for when investigating a website? I don’t normally buy online so this is new to me. Plus there wasn’t any available information about this website when I purchased.

          1. Just Google the name of the site and always look for good reviews and stuff first if u can’t find much info on it then it’s clearly new and u u should be cautious most of the time your will see things that if they seem way to good to be true then most likely that’s what it is if something seems like half the price or less it’s for a reason

        2. All this place is a scam. If you file a dispute they will send you some rubber toy or something. This way they can show a tracking info where you got what you ordered. Your bank will bounce any dispute. This is a new scam. You order something and you will get some hat, scarf, jar opener in the mail if you dispute. So make sure you save the plastic wrapper (shipping info.) Please be specific on your post about whom you ordered. I am in dispute with AGUSTO FOCIL for Coleman Hot Tub. When I filed dispute , all of the suddent I got a rubber jar opener in mail. The bank closed by dispute because the company had tracking info. So for $5 in postage they can collect $150 on a hot tub they never sent.

          Another company is called shitsou* . I ordered some legos too and got a knock off ball cap from some french company in mail after filing dispute. Suckered twice!

          Anyways, Please post what you bought and whom the charge name on Credit Card was. If all of us note this you can refer to this site as proof of scam. When I disputed the charge. I got a 3 inch diamter rubber piece like to open jars. Sadly , I had no idea the scam and got rid of the wrapper.

          Please mention what you receive in mail from China too once you file dispute.

          If enough of us have the same exact pattern we can go back to the banks and end these people and get our money back.

    2. I did this too, I wrote them and did not get anything back. There is a number on there to, and if you call it it’s not a real number. I told them I would report them as fraud if they didn’t send me back a email by today.

    3. Hey Amber but can we call the bank to report it and get the money back since we did buy those items?
      I bought dumbbells too 1 day ago and I didn’t get any email about the shipping instructions. Smells like scam!

      1. Agreed! I read the shipping info on the website. After Friday, I’m reporting it to my bank to get my money back since the service was never rendered and product was not received. My bank is usually good about this, so I will keep everyone posted.

      2. I work in the banking industry, and yes, under Reg E you can notify your bank, and you will likely have the amount credited back to you, provisionally, while they review the transaction. Your bank will probably quickly find out that the site is not legitimate and then the amount will be restored. If this ends up being a scam, which I hope isn’t the case, you should also then file a complaint through the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center. Their website is: https://www.ic3.gov/

        1. Thank you Stephanie. I called my bank yesterday and that’s exactly what they said. I didn’t know about reporting to the FBI. NICE TIP! I’ll be doing that as well. They have until Friday. At this point I don’t believe I’ll be receiving my product.

        1. Report it now. It’s a scam site. I’ve noticed they are using multiple sites and multiple legitimate companies as misdirection. From what I gather they point their payments to various different legitimate LLC’s. Not sure of how this is possible, but it’s what they are doing. I’ve reported this to Facebook since I followed a link on Instagram. (Side note, more then annoyed Facebook/instagram just takes anyone’s money to advertise. I feel social media advertising platforms should be obligated to confirm legitimacy of the advertisers, but that’s a rant for another thread)
          I contacted woo commerce their online payment platform and their website hosting service, CloudFlare Inc.
          I let myself get dupped for a ridiculously low priced item. Luckily I used Google pay which masked my actual CC info.
          I have a Canadian bank and I must wait 30 days from my order date to start the process of getting my funds restored.

      3. Juan, I ordered the same product 10 days ago. I have not received any emails or shipping instructions. Did you receive your product yet?

    4. Same exact process for me as well! I guess I’ll call credit card company and cancel order….. was looking forward to the product…. I guess the to hood to be true statement fits this well

    5. I placed an order 3 days ago, following an add in Facebook. Same experience. No confirmation, no email notification. Please keep us post it.

    6. I just saw this. I placed an order today on the same bow flex dumbbells. Please keep us up to date and I will need to file a dispute as well. Thank you.

      1. Did you ever receive these?
        I ordered the same dumbbells, and haven’t seen anything. Just submitted a dispute with my CC company.

    7. Same here. I ordered today. Was unable to check the status of my order nor did I receive a confirmation email. I have already contacted my financial institution to make them aware and discontinued my card as to not have anymore fraudulent transactions.

    8. I’ll be doing exactly the same. I ordered the dumbbells on the first. I’ve emailed twice with no response. If I don’t hear anything by the end of the week, I’ll be calling my bank and reporting.

      1. Nope! My package never arrived. I reported to my bank as fraud so I can get my full refund. I also canceled my bank card just in case.

        1. Amber and all, I ordered the adjustable dumbbells on April 1. Same deal, no confirmation email. It’s April 17 and nothing has arrived. I will be reporting to my bank as well as FBI site listed above. I encourage all of you to do the same. Scammers are horrible. Coward sewage rats.

    9. Amber, did you ever receive your order? If not, what avenues did you take to get your money refunded if you was able to at all? I ordered a Dewalt cordless tool set and havent received it.

    10. My mom feel for the Nintendo switch scam they had going to we will be contacting bank on Monday and reporting all THIS and getting are funds back and gope these rotten PPL rot foe what they are doing to people

  4. Eek I just ordered something through an ad on Facebook and did not get a confirmation, hence the google and came upon this.

  5. Thanks for the info. I wish Facebook would do a little homework before they allow this type of fraudulent behavior.

      1. All this place is a scam. If you file a dispute they will send you some rubber toy or something. This way they can show a tracking info where you got what you ordered. Your bank will bounce any dispute. This is a new scam. You order something and you will get some hat, scarf, jar opener in the mail if you dispute. So make sure you save the plastic wrapper (shipping info.) Please be specific on your post about whom you ordered. I am in dispute with AGUSTO FOCIL for Coleman Hot Tub. When I filed dispute , all of the suddent I got a rubber jar opener in mail. The bank closed by dispute because the company had tracking info. So for $5 in postage they can collect $150 on a hot tub they never sent.

        Another company is called shitsou* . I ordered some legos too and got a knock off ball cap from some french company in mail after filing dispute. Suckered twice!

        Anyways, Please post what you bought and whom the charge name on Credit Card was. If all of us note this you can refer to this site as proof of scam. When I disputed the charge. I got a 3 inch diamter rubber piece like to open jars. Sadly , I had no idea the scam and got rid of the wrapper.

        Please mention what you receive in mail from China too once you file dispute.

        If enough of us have the same exact pattern we can go back to the banks and end these people and get our money back.

    1. Mine too. My wife sits by the door waiting for her hot tub every day. It ain’t comin’. So glad I didn’t order the greenhouse they were advertising.

      1. Thankfully Capital One has agreed to credit my money back and says they are “investigating”. Meanwhile, bought the same advertised hot tub on Walmart.com. Too bad it was 8 times the “Doctor Agusto Focil” price.

    2. All this place is a scam. If you file a dispute they will send you some rubber toy or something. This way they can show a tracking info where you got what you ordered. Your bank will bounce any dispute. This is a new scam. You order something and you will get some hat, scarf, jar opener in the mail if you dispute. So make sure you save the plastic wrapper (shipping info.) Please be specific on your post about whom you ordered. I am in dispute with AGUSTO FOCIL for Coleman Hot Tub. When I filed dispute , all of the suddent I got a rubber jar opener in mail. The bank closed by dispute because the company had tracking info. So for $5 in postage they can collect $150 on a hot tub they never sent.

      Another company is called shitsou* . I ordered some legos too and got a knock off ball cap from some french company in mail after filing dispute. Suckered twice!

      Anyways, Please post what you bought and whom the charge name on Credit Card was. If all of us note this you can refer to this site as proof of scam. When I disputed the charge. I got a 3 inch diamter rubber piece like to open jars. Sadly , I had no idea the scam and got rid of the wrapper.

      Please mention what you receive in mail from China too once you file dispute.

      If enough of us have the same exact pattern we can go back to the banks and end these people and get our money back.

  6. Never received a confirmation from them. I only bought it yesterday, but will reverse the CC payment based on this. The charge shows up on my CC as from LIJAHHANLEY COM RENTON WA which when Googled points me to https://www.lijahhanley.com/, although that looks to be more legit.

    1. Hi Nic,
      We received several calls yesterday that our site was being listed on credit card statements from this scam. We are unaffiliated and have filed a fraud claim. It sounds like these scammers try and point to real small businesses to try and gain credibility– but we are completely unaffiliated.

  7. I was about to order a Dewalt 10 pc tool kit that was advertised for $99 which seemed to me to be too good to be true and that made me suspicious. That’s why I did a google search and found this. I won’t be ordering anything from this company, thanks to the information provided here. I too wish Facebook would do a better job of screening their advertisers. It seems that as long as you can pay the advertising fees, then you must be OK in the eyes of Facebook.

    1. I put an order in for the DeWalt set on March 31 and still have had no word from the company and nothing delivered.

  8. I also saw an ad for the Bowflex dumbbells which prompted me to dig further. My research flagged a big scam and this confirmed, thanks.

  9. Why say, “Tread carefully?” Why not just say, “You’re a victim if you believe anything on their website.” There is the apt maxim: if it looks too good to be true, it’s probably fake. In this case, it’s probably fake.

    1. In all honesty I have found in a few rare cases that “too good to be true” was actually true. There have been some amazing internet deals from legit sources like Amazon and E-Bay. But I will never trust Facebook again. In fact, I closed my entire account. Tired of the shopping scams and “friends” whining about everything.

  10. I was getting ready to make purchase 2020 NEW | $89 | Select Tech 552 Adjustable Dumbbells (Pair) – Black, Dumbbells INCLINE DECLINE BENCH for the unbelievable price of $109. However, I was leery of the too good to be true price. I checked the contact information. They provided a phone number of 1-661-784-5802. The number is no good! I’ll pass on this scam!

    1. I just cancelled my order for the dumbells from my credit card company after reading these comments. I admit with the stay at home orders n not being able to go to the gym I wanted a cheap stopgap till the gyms reopen n didn’t do my due diligence before ordering this. I’ll keep an eye on cc transactions from now on in case I need to have my cc replaced.

    1. i literally just bought this and instantly regretted it. money hasn’t been taking out of my account yet. no idea how to cancel it

    2. I was really hoping to buy the Switch though. Ugh. And it “came with” Mario Kart… I haven’t played that in years.

    1. WHY WOULD ANY OF YOU GIVE THEM ANY AMONT OF TIME??? This is a scam. Contact your credit card company immediately!!!! What they are probably doing as we speak is SELLING your card information so others are going to be trying to use it.

      1. Where were you when we needed you Stuart? If I say “Stuart, Stuart, Stuart” will you appear when I need you? Thanks for the hindsight ya plug

  11. This company owns one more scam website called cokeie.life which is pellucidy.com and shoptimized/ scarfiv.. They have many more new websites recently the list keeps getting longer. My mom found these multiple websites on Facebook in ads
    They own these also:
    Ygrtnn.net
    Toeioio.com
    Cruxskr.net
    Fleeone.net
    Plus many more.

  12. Yes this is a definite scam, I got scammed by their previous incarnation, luckily I used capital one. Not sure why Facebook allows this.

  13. I called my bank asking to cancel the purchase since it still pending, but they said that despite it is pending, they are not able to cancel it. They advised me to try to rich the seller and locked my car meanwhile. The seller is not responding at all.

  14. Much to my dismay I ordered from this site. I ordered on feb 24 with a promise of 7 – 10 days. Nothing yet. Complained to seller an they sent a note saying sorry you are dissatisfied with product. I wasn’t dissatisfied I didn’t get my stuff. They weren’t listening. The best thing I did was to pay through PayPal. They are working on the dispute for me. It sucks because I really wanted that item for that price. Another problem is they wouldn’t give me a tracking no. If someone was able to get their stuff let me know so I can order from them. It’s probably to good to be true (the dewalt tool set) ..

  15. I also purchased adjustable dumb bell set. However, I noticed the pending charge on my credit card was SUNF.COM, which comes back as: SUNF products include tires for all-terrain vehicles such as: ATV, Side by Side, go-karts, golf carts, lawn mowers, snow throwers, trailers and motorcycle tires. I”ll wait for a few days and then challenge the charge.

  16. Hi All,

    I placed an order last month, but I did not receive anything. I got my refund through PayPal after 14 days.
    So if you have ordered already, go ahead and call your banks because you will not receive whatever items you ordered.

  17. Anytime i see a site advertised on social media, i look into it first. If the offer is too good to be true, like a nintendo switch complete gaming system with the 3 most popular games brand new, for instance, is most definately too good to be true. I usually check if the site allows paypal payments, its more secure that way, and if you do not receive your product, just contact paypal and they will refund. But its always wise to search the web about reviews on a site before you make any purchase, reguardless of how legitimate it looks. If you cant find any reviews anywhere when searching, dont buy. There is also the possibility of reviews being forged by the same company, so check multiple sources. If you have any doubt in your mind, dont buy. Better safe than sorry.

  18. I feel pretty stupid right now, but since I feel for it, is there information as to what to do if you ordered something from them?

      1. All this place is a scam. If you file a dispute they will send you some rubber toy or something. This way they can show a tracking info where you got what you ordered. Your bank will bounce any dispute. This is a new scam. You order something and you will get some hat, scarf, jar opener in the mail if you dispute. So make sure you save the plastic wrapper (shipping info.) Please be specific on your post about whom you ordered. I am in dispute with AGUSTO FOCIL for Coleman Hot Tub. When I filed dispute , all of the suddent I got a rubber jar opener in mail. The bank closed by dispute because the company had tracking info. So for $5 in postage they can collect $150 on a hot tub they never sent.

        Another company is called shitsou* . I ordered some legos too and got a knock off ball cap from some french company in mail after filing dispute. Suckered twice!

        Anyways, Please post what you bought and whom the charge name on Credit Card was. If all of us note this you can refer to this site as proof of scam. When I disputed the charge. I got a 3 inch diamter rubber piece like to open jars. Sadly , I had no idea the scam and got rid of the wrapper.

        Please mention what you receive in mail from China too once you file dispute.

        If enough of us have the same exact pattern we can go back to the banks and end these people and get our money back.

  19. Just tried to buy the Bowflex dumbbells. No order confirmation. Had $89 charge from IHEARTCBD IO on my credit card

  20. They are a scam web site that takes your credit information and does not provide you with a product.

  21. I’ll add my 2cents – I checked those $89 Bowflex dumbbells on Amazon, and they’re $500+. I also checked a few other products (and they don’t offer many), and again, their price points were magnitudes below the expected (e.g., a motorized massage chair, again for $89 – must be a magic number to get consumers to bite). Thanks to all for these reviews. They’re life savers.

    1. Call your credit card company and have the charges reversed. Tell them you never received the product and the (fake) company won’t respond. you’ll need the transaction date…. Good luck.

    2. All this place is a scam. If you file a dispute they will send you some rubber toy or something. This way they can show a tracking info where you got what you ordered. Your bank will bounce any dispute. This is a new scam. You order something and you will get some hat, scarf, jar opener in the mail if you dispute. So make sure you save the plastic wrapper (shipping info.) Please be specific on your post about whom you ordered. I am in dispute with AGUSTO FOCIL for Coleman Hot Tub. When I filed dispute , all of the suddent I got a rubber jar opener in mail. The bank closed by dispute because the company had tracking info. So for $5 in postage they can collect $150 on a hot tub they never sent.

      Another company is called shitsou* . I ordered some legos too and got a knock off ball cap from some french company in mail after filing dispute. Suckered twice!

      Anyways, Please post what you bought and whom the charge name on Credit Card was. If all of us note this you can refer to this site as proof of scam. When I disputed the charge. I got a 3 inch diamter rubber piece like to open jars. Sadly , I had no idea the scam and got rid of the wrapper.

      Please mention what you receive in mail from China too once you file dispute.

      If enough of us have the same exact pattern we can go back to the banks and end these people and get our money back.

  22. So why is Facebook running their ad. Why doesn’t somebody tell Facebook they’re a scam. Isn’t Facebook a part of this for running that ad??

  23. It’s a 100% scam. I was probably one of the first to fall for it. Placed an order for dumbbells on March 25. It’s been 9 days. No product. No email. No confirmation. Billed on my credit card as Arkin Stone. Don’t fall for it.

  24. I got scammed from Scarfiv.com for taking the bate on Intex inflatable hot tub. I am in the process of disputing charge and locked my credit card. Should have known it was too good to be true. BEWARE!

  25. Thank you… I nearly bought a set of bow flex dumbells for a fraction of their real value… Had my credit card out and then thought… Hmmm.. Is this too good to be true… YES, according to your research! Thank you…. You prevented me from being the “dumbbell”

  26. I ordered dumbbells about a week ago thinking it was too good to be true, but the site at least allowed me to use a Credit Card and not a Debit Card or Money Order so I thought what the hell. I’ve already disputed the charge to get my money back. If by some miracle they show up, I’ll be sure to let everyone know.

  27. UPDATE TO MY PREVIOUS POST:

    Of course, I never received the product yesterday. Yesterday made day #10 post order date. I will call my bank on Monday to enter a claim because I assume they are closed right now.

    Red flags confirmed by others: no confirmation email, no way to check the status of order, bank transaction lists a different company name for every customer, bank transaction does not list the company’s “Scarfiv” name, email and telephone number either do not work or a response is never received, prices are too good to be true, the same adjustable dumbbell ad pops up on Facebook by differen (probably illegitimate) business websites, they are not just scamming innocent customers but also perpetrating innocent small businesses

    I am definetely reporting to the FBI and taking steps to protect my bank account.
    FBI info listed in someone else’s previous post.

    1. I purchased a Dewalt tool set for $99.00. I then looked it up at Home Depot and it goes for over $1000.00. When I check the order status, it only shows processing. No email confirmation. Need to call my credit card company.

    2. How is Facebook not responsible for this? Bombarding their users with advertisements from scam websites. They should have to confirm the legitimacy of these websites before they post links.
      Mark Zuckerberg is making money off of the advertisement of the scammers. So would he not be liable too?

  28. SCARFIV is a scam and so are all the ones offering similar deals. Also the Delta tool offer is too.

  29. Thank you. Received a pop up in an app I was on and looked to good to be true. This was for DeWalt tools at HUGE savings. Went in search of some info on the company. You have saved me a lot of head aches

  30. I ordered an inflatable hot tub for $100.77 from Scarfiv.com after seeing an ad for them on Facebook a week ago. I was charged, but I never received an email confirmation and never get a response after emailing [email protected]. I am calling my bank to report fraud and ask for my money back.

  31. I ordered and same thing, no confirmation, waiting on line now with the credit card company… FYI, the charge came under Kissed Earth.com… I checked them out an no phone number either.

  32. I “purchased” 2 of the adjustable dumbbells for a total of $115.54 on March 25th. still have not recieved the items. This one got me, even though I had my reservations but the site was pretty good. The charge on my card was for Arkin Park Stone the next day. I have waited 12 bussiness days so I will attempt to work with my bank to get a refund but not sure how that will go. I typically use PayPal when paying on line as they are pretty good at refunding money from scam accounts…..

  33. Scarfiv is on Facebook and they are definitely a scam if u ordered from them call your bank immediately i ordered the dumbells and recieved nothing its been 20 days since my order

  34. BUYER BEWARE: They have a new site: https://zsrsome.store/. I had to dispute a charge from them that got billed to Arkins Park Stone in Colorado. Arkins Park Stone has confirmed that they have received several charges from multiple people for gym equipment.

  35. Went for the inflatable hot tub carrot . . . . no more “tequila” shopping for me . . . . will report the charge as fraudulent activity.

  36. Does qcjack.com count as one of these site? On the contact page it listed this email.

    [email protected]

    I wanted to check on the legitimacy of the site because of some fucking awesome “deals” on computers.

  37. I ordered Bowflex dumbells 3 weeks ago but yet to receive an order confirmation email or shipping status. They seem to have changed their name from SCARIV to OLESUO, so certainly looks like a scam.

  38. “Shopping carnival welcome to my shop” is another one! I didn’t believe the prices so I looked into it assuming it was a scam!

  39. Add panings.store to the list… Coudn’t find any reviews on the site after a friend posted a sectional for $99 she saw through a facebook ad asking if she should try it or not…. Started looking into the site and it wasn’t until I got into the privacy policies and whatnot that I found and copy/pasted the email [email protected] into google that I finally found this page. In their terms of use they list ” BEST WISH.Www.geicak.com ” as the ‘refer to’ in policies and operator of the website. Maybe if we can get the operative website shut down we can get their whole game shut down.

  40. I ordered a kitchen storage cabinet and then found out about this scam now I had to have my bank return the money back to me and change my bank card. Warning to the public “this so called company is nothing but a rip off” don’t order ANYTHING from them.

  41. Hi thank you for this website! really helped me.
    They charged my card as BROOKLYN PAWS, INC. for 89 USD for an AD i saw on instagram and I feel for it.

  42. I ordered back in March. Haven’t received anything but they took my money. Shame on me. Any idea how to get money back?

  43. We contacted the bank immediately after we learned our son had placed an order for a, way too cheap, Nintendo Switch that was advertised on Facebook. We contacted them them within one hour of the purchase and it had already gone through under the name Iheartcbd.io

    Now we are trying to file a dispute with card services but apparently since this was purchased by us and not a stolen cc, they aren’t able to do much. Ugh

  44. I ordered from Scarfiv on March-31-2020, before this review was made available unfortunately. I tried to check the status of my order, and the order status option on the page DOES NOT WORK. This is a red flag to me. I emailed the Zenobia email address on the website to inquire further about the order status and still no response. Now I will be reporting this website and calling my bank to get my money back. If any one have any news about that please do reply. Thank You.

  45. I got scammed by them. They sent me some junky piece of plastic which at the time did not connect the dots so to speak and threw it out. Now that I have a claim at bank, they are providing “proof” that item was delivered. They sent the piece of junk so they would have a tracking number. Unfortunately, I did not save the piece of junk that I did not know why I was receiving so I have no “proof” of return, etc., and my bank is going to let them scam me.

  46. Don’t buy from them I did and I got sent something that is not even close to what I ordered and can’t afford to do anything about it I’m stuck with something I don’t want or need

  47. The SCAM
    Several of you are on this site cause you got scammed.

    So I have been through two comanies on these now.

    When you file a dispute with your credit card company you will receive some little trinet in the mail. If you get some small box in plastic wrap. Really small item. Have someone video record you opening it. Save the wrapper. You will not understand why you recieved item. My mistake is I threw the packing away before I realized.

    All of the sudden your bank will say they got tracking info from the seller. Guess what, the plastic toy , scarf, etc is what they sent

    So with the video and the packing you will have proof to hit the scammers.

    PLEASE anyone does this report on this site what you ordered, name on the credit statement, and what you recived. So others will have a pattern to report to thier banks.

    Otherwise, your bank will close your dispute as they have a tracking statement that you recieved the item they sent and it makes it a real mess.

    I HOPE THIS HELPS SOMEONE!

    Please if anybody else ordered the coleman hot tub and got AGUSTO FOCIL, please tell me what you got in the mail as your received item so I can tell my bank.

    FYI There are all types of scams like this now. Banks are not going after charges because of the tracking information.

    Seriously, the tracking said they but an 80 pound 2X2X4 ft3 box in my mailbox delivered. Post office would not even deliver that !

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