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Scammed By ZJ Logistics Ontario? Read This!

Have you been scammed by a company using the above address? You are not alone! A lot of people have fallen prey to these scammers. However, I have good news for you!

You can get your money back, and also be informed how this scam works.

How Does This Scam Works?

Like many fraudulent online stores, this scam uses social media as a bait to get their victims. They advertise items for cheap discounts, but send something different and far cheaper when a customer orders.

Instead of a laptop mobile desk, you’d receive cheap watch. Instead of a scooter, you get a walking cane. On and on it goes!

This scam uses different Facebook Ads, different websites, email address, and of course sells different products!

However, what you should know is this; ZJLogistics, 3979 E. Guasti Road, Unit A, Ontario, CA 91761 is the address of a shipping company.

In the real sense, it has absolutely nothing to do with the online stores that duped you.

So, how do you catch these thieves?

Unfortunately for now, there isn’t. However, one thing you should do is to leave a review online about the online store NOT the shipping address.

For example if the name of the store you shopped from is ‘‘ you should leave a review online using the name, or you can send me a mail so I can warn the public too!

Have You Been Scammed? To Get Your Money Back!

Shopping from this store exposes customers to the risk of hacked credit card and overcharged fees. Also, customers would either receive an inferior item, a different cheaper item, or nothing at all.

You should contact your bank and request for a new credit (debit) card. On the other hand, if you used Paypal as a method of payment, you should document (screenshot) the transactions for future purposes.

It is true that online shopping has made life easier, however when ordering things online check out the following-

How old is the website? Does it provide return address? Are there customer reviews online? Do the social media icons work?

Always remember you can get the items from trusted sellers on Amazon, like the ones provided above. One of the advantages of shopping from amazon is the return policy.

Scammed? See Different Types Of Online Scam Formats

In this era of internet made easy, it is no surprise that online scams keep springing up daily. In a bid to earn more, with little or zero stress, we have find ourselves clamoring for the easy life; Ecommerce, Work from Home jobs, Investing, e.t.c

As a result of this crave, some people decided to capitalize on these wants. Recreating platforms that mirror our heart desires. Thus, we now have;

Ecommerce Scams: Well designed online stores, luring us with bonus, free shipping, and even unbelievable discounts- BuckramcePeerotKhuki e.t.c

Investment Scams: Allegedly Investment platforms that promise to double your funds within a twinkle of an eye- CryptoWorld e.t.c

Email Scams: The people behind this kind of scam send you mails claiming you have won lottery. They might also claim they have an order for you. ATTPhone Fraud e.t.c

Phishing Scams: These lots might come with the ‘Earn $300 daily from home’ format, or ‘Complete a task or survey and win Big’

Goodwill Scams: They might tell you to donate for a cause, Coronavirus Aid or even the Australia Fire outbreak

What these scams have in common is this goal- To dupe you of your hard earned money. Often times they might look like the real deal. Also, you might stumble on an Ad from them either on Youtube or Facebook. This in no way mean they are legit.

How To Avoid Being Scammed Online

  • Make Proper Research Before buying anything online. Can the product be gotten at a known and trusted website?
  • Don’t Allow the lucrative offers let you lower your guard.
  • Search For Customer reviews or users reviews online.
  • Don’t Share Your credit card details to strangers or people you can not vouch for.
  • Be wary of emails you receive. Don’t be in a haste to reply mails from unknown contact.
  • Don’t panic when you receive a ‘Blackmail’ message.

Author Profile

Wendy is a fraud fighter whose contents mainly target online scams. Her investigations have appeared on Itisreviewed,and elsewhere. She spends her free time reading novels, binging on Netflix, and listening to hip-hop.


  1. A few weeks ago I received a pair of womens gloves which I never ordered. I returned the gloves at my own cost and today they were returned to me. TOTAL SCAM all I want is my money back or whatever I ordered oruuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu

  2. I recently bought products from this company ZJLogistics 1501 Valley Blvd, City of Industry,CA 91744. Now I’m trying to return one of the item the address is bogus there’s no City of Industry when u Google it there’s no such address the Post office is asking where’s this address no one can’t seemed to pin-point the address and to make matters worst it took 6weeks for your items to be shipped to u and you not receiving all of your items at once try tell you to email them well that’s another road block be they’re not emailing you back.

    1. Same with me half the clothes werent correct items. Poorly made sizes off 65 down the drain

      1. Yes I just received three dresses from them I’m only keeping one of them the other two are poorly poorly made and they are hideous looking. Did you ever get your money back?

    2. Same for me, I ordered 3 different shirts and got 3 of the same shirts. Wtf am I going to do with 3 of the same shirts??

    3. Same with me I order 3 Wigs an Got Twisted Hair . Why would u even allow them to be on face book shitting people. I’ve never in my life seen nothing like this. 70 dollars just gave away smh.

    4. There is a City of Industry in CA. I’ve driven past the sign hundreds of times. It’s right outside LA. However, I just got the clothes I ordered and all were sent in M size when only one was ordered in that size. T-shirt is quite nice, but other two things crap. One thing they didn’t send. Who knows if I’ll ever get it.
      I’ll see. Will return to this site and update.

    5. I got scammed by that same address. I ordered a ice maker and necer received it i received a ice scoop.

    1. They will charge you triple to return the items because the company is based in China! They should not be allowed to advertise at all because everything is cheaply made and is nothing like the pictures they have on their website and the sizing chart is way off!

  3. Total crap stuff. Ordered 3 dresses and are the worst style, material and sizes are totally wrong. If you want to sent back…lots of luck, they have to go back to China!

  4. I ordered an Alabama t shirt and received a red shirt with graphics far from what the picture showed. was where it was ordered from

  5. I ordered a red pair of sandals which took almost 8 weeks to arrive. The sandals were poorly made, cheap looking. They advertise Upustyle with nice items but, they send you shit. The 99 cent store I could’ve gotten a better deal.

  6. I ordered 3 hooded sweatshirts that were supposed to have “YELLOWSTONE” printed across the front of each one. 39.00 per shirt. 2 had nothing printed on them and the third said “Faith OverFear”
    No number to call or return address. I want my dang money back!!!
    Address said: ZJLogistics 3979 E Guasti Road, Unit A Ontario, CA 91761, but that was pasted over an address from China that I could not read.

  7. I ordered 3 of the lace braids in three different styles. They sent me three of the same and all three are hedious to say the least!! $60 down the drain

  8. I also go scammed by this company. I am handicapped and it’s difficult for me to go to clothing stores, so I often order online. However, never again with this company! I ordered 2 dresses from this company, but when I received them the quality was extremely poor and the sizes were way too small. When I tried to return them, I was unable to. I ended up giving them to Goodwill. I don’t know whether they accepted them, tho.

  9. I also got scammed by this company. I ordered a pair of denim sneakers and a cute shirt sleeved denim dress almost two months ago. Last week I received the sneakers, which weren’t the size I ordered. NO DRESS! People are so devious. This thievery makes you never want to order online.

  10. I ordered a dress, blouse and a hoodie. It took awhile to receive, however, I received exactly what I ordered. The packaging was nice and each item came clean, pressed and nicely folded in a plastic bag.
    Everything was well made.
    The blouse was too small to button and needs to be returned. No paperwork in pkg. No laundry instructions on items. The material was something I’ve never seen or heard of; recycled polyester.
    The envelopes return address was the ZJLogistics in City of Industry, CA 91744
    I suppose I’m out the price of the blouse.

  11. I received all of the items, but some do not fit and now, I guess, I am out of luck. Also, the items are very poorly made. I really have learned my lesson abt shopping on line. Never again.

  12. I ordered 2 braided wigs. They sent me 2 dreads. This is a scam, no number to call, fake address. I emailed 5 times no response for refund. Do not order anything it is SCAM. I SHOULD OF RED reviews first.

  13. I ordered two dresses from AnniCloth. Got what the picture showed but cheap poorly made, crappy fabric. To return is a scam – return to China or accept a 15% return on purchase price (shipping not included). I’m sure I’ll never get my money back and the dresses will go to Salvation Army. Scammed!

  14. I ordered a tumble track and received a pair of socks. I’m not sure who the FTC is to make a complaint to but since the name of the company is posted as a scam all over, I figured at this point nothing will come from it anyway. If they don’t know who these people are and can’t identify where these fake ad are coming from, what is complaining going to do? Facebook and other media platforms should be fined for allowing these companies to advertise on their pages.

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