Online stores you should never order from!

We all know that the internet is full of scams, but that’s why it’s important, especially when we are online shopping to spot and avoid these weird and convenient good deals.7e9b9a30daf21720bc97f042454c6835

If you want to stop receiving items way off scale from the size you ordered, wait months for items to arrive, and end up finding out that it has nothing to do with what you ordered,  take a look at this list of shady online stores.

1. TwinkleDeals.com

After finding out that this retailer has a claim of nearly $15,000 losses, 313 of 460 total reviewers give the company just one star and one of the reviewers even noted, “I have ever before seen quality this poor. Garments were missing hems, sections of fabric were hanging out of seems, sizes were off by a great deal. The garments did not function as clothing on a basic level. Don’t even try to return the stuff.” I think we all agree this will be out of our bookmarked websites.

2. Wish.com

With 235 complaints registered over the last three years, this company is called out for advertising and sales issues, billing and collection problems, delivery issues, warranty problems — but most of all for problems with products.

3. FashionMia.com

Among the 900 complaints is sizing that’s way off scale. “Even though I ordered extra large, the clothes all looked like they were made for ten year old!” one reviewer noted.

4. Rosegal.com2460348ea7c893e72a61dff4bcccd01e

On Reddit, people talking about the company complain of ill-fitting, poorly made merchandise, and call the whole thing a scam. “I honestly would not even donate these ‘clothes’ to Goodwill, as they are not only unfashionable, they are not even functional as real clothing,”. “Paper thin and laughably assembled, their items are the equivalent of something you might win at a roadside carnival.”

5. DressLily.com

Choice words from reviews include “trash,” “fraud,” “ugly,” and “thieves.”

6. BeckyDress.com

People cite receiving products that look nothing like the photos on the company’s website, constructed shoddily enough to constitute fraud.

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