A random scam look: freeshipelectronic.com

Let’s a have a closer look at a typical China #electronics_scam site that I reported already:


What I notice first is, that websites looks similar to 100th of other China electronics sites. They have some random images of a (Apple?) store in China, and of course plenty of electronics on display.

Next, check the About Us :

There is eactually no information about the company at all. But they have a hotline:
+86-0371 4444444 (That is Zhengzhou, in Henan, not exactly the center of electronics)

Fake phone number

It’s fake, as all fixed line phone numbers in China are 8 digits.

They did some wrong linking too, here is what should be the About Us – and here they write since 2005. See if that matches the age of the domain…. next:

Now we do a domain registration WHOIS:

The domain was Created on 2016-11-16 – about 2 month old now, so not in 2005.

The have an open Message Board, were everybody can leave a message, so so far they received nearly 18000 pages of messages (each page has 20 messages, so it’s about 350,000 by the time of writing this – but this shows can have an open comment system without Captcha or admin approval).

Let’s look at just one product, the iPhone 7 Plus – which they offer at a very modest $300

iPhone 7 Plus for $300 , obviously a scam

There is an English proverb: if it’s too good to be true….. of course it’s a scam.

Just for you reference, the cheapest iPhone 7 Plus in China is RMB6388 – that is US$928

Here are iPhone prices in China, and around the world: http://iphone-worldwide.com


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