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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by Sephlan, Aug 26, 2011.
:/ looks to good to be true.
Doesn't look reliable or legitimate.
You could buy something extremely inexpensive and see how that goes if you feel like gambling in the O'l West.
looks like a total scam ... I would steer clear
Agreed, I wouldn't trust it.
There's no page ownership information at all for the website so as others have said, it looks pretty shady.
I wouldn't buy anything from a place using one domain in the URL and another in the graphics on the site.
Seriously, "Famousaler.com"? [sic]. Famous aler? Sounds very trustworthy.
thanks for you guys' feedbacks.
It was registered to some guy in China earlier this week. Obvious scam.
The reader line that crawls across the top of the page reads like so:
Welcome to our company,we hold promotion now.Here is the details:If you buy one items you can recieve a ps3 ,an ipod touch or xbox 360 as a gift;If you buy two items once you can recieve vip price and an iphone 3 GS 32GB as a gift; If you buy three items once you can recieve vip price....
Bad English generally equals a bad company.
Yes it's an obvious scam.
My dog poops out more legitimate websites.
Yeah, I was having a good laugh at the Engrish on that site.
In case you weren't convinced it's a scam before, the "customer testimonials" plus the whois info prove it's a scam:
The problem with this is that our friend Nick here ordered his projector on the 12th of July, a full month and a half before the site's domain name was even registered.
So I decided to have a bit of fun with the online chat (which is probably a bot anyways):
Amazing. I laughed IRL
Scam the guy is from Beijing China.
http://appealsale.com/info.asp?id=38 - Scroll to the bottom.
Guess after all the fake Apple China stores, it only makes sense for them to branch out to the web.
Looks totally legit to me. Please make your purchase and report back about your experience!