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    • The card costs normally around US$1000, so obviously it’s a scam. They will not use Alibaba to trade and will ask you for direct payment. Better not.

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    • The page does not open for me. But since the core domain, stickffrg.com , is just a bit over one month old and registered in China I would not buy anything there, the scam chance is very, very high. You can find usually the same on Amazon, much more expensive, but real & safe.

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    • Store does not open for me, it is/was most likely a scam. They all look the same, harmless looking products on main page, but some hidden pages with scam products. Stay safe!

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  1. I found this seller on Alibaba. Seems to have different reviews from around the globe and has the three trade assurance things by Alibaba . But these laptops seem very tempting.

    There is a seller named James Chen from Shenzhen baisili electronics co.ltd with a razer blade pro. He has 8 reviews all 5 stars and one 4 star. They’re all from different countries and different writing styles. Should I go for it? He also has the three badges and has a 4 years badge.

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    • I looked at Baisili many times. I believe it’s a scam. You can try it with pick-up when you are in Shenzhen, otherwise I suggest better not. Notebooks are typically not cheap in China, so if you see a cheap notebook offer from China better stay away.

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  2. Planeo comprar por alibaba y tiene el TRade Asurance …… Son estafa ?

    Shenzhen Xinyishun Electronic Co ltd

    Shenzhen Baisili Electronics Co., Ltd

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    • Both are scams, I am 100% sure, you do not get what you see on the screen. If you look at the comments under their Facebook ads there are no receivers. Although I have seen some scam ads with lots of fake receivers.

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  3. Hi. I read your tips to find out how to detect scammers. It states that scammers won’t offer PayPal as a payment option yet one of the websites listed as a scammer only uses PayPal!

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    • Well, scammers rarely use Paypal. But as you can see here, all those scams offer Paypal. I guess they will just withdraw the money daily so when Paypal finally closes their account their “losses” are small.

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