Photoshop is great!

It’s really funny if you look at some of the factory pictures and how often they are recycled. Today a nice user ask me to check http://kdgms.com – of course a scam. But have a look at what they claim is their factory at this page http://kdgms.com/About-us.html – and now check the factory building:

kdgms.com

Take a close look at this websites for the same factory building picture:

http://www.anfiber.com
http://www.anxinmumen.com
http://bxf168.com
http://domo-display.net
http://www.keyuhuanbao.com
http://www.lifewellnw.com/info.asp?id=1
http://www.liyoubattery.cn
https://loveslf.en.alibaba.com
http://plasfact.com/about-us
http://www.xinyajieju.com

…and many more. Image search is a good way to check how authentic the pictures are.



what about awstore.co ?

A few people recently ask me about  awstore.co , and what I think about it.

I am highly suspicious for a few reasons, to me it looks like it belongs in the #electronics_scams group. I give you a few reasons here:

1. The website is just about 1 month old (creation date 2016-11-10), but on their websites it said either 2001 or 2007 depends where you look, you can look the website age up with a WHOIS search here: Domaintools

2. On the same WHOIS page you find no address, they hide behind an anonymization service.

3. But lets look at their page, they are in …. , well, they write their opening times, but no address. We even have no idea what country they are in.

4. At the bottom of their page they have several logos, lets look at them:

On the left you see BBB, which should be linked to the BBB website, but isn’t.

Then you have the VeriSign logo, means the website is certified by VeriSign – but isn’t, it’s unsecured website without any certificate.

My conclusion: Avoid!