Is Real or Fake?

Author: Adam Collins

February 1, 2024 is an online fashion store that has been getting a lot of attention on ScamAdviser. Having appeared on the most searched sites, we felt compelled to do a detailed analysis of sells clothing products from pants to dresses to sweaters. However, there are genuine questions about its legitimacy which we will attempt to answer. Join us as we analyze from its high discounts to copied content and links to a scam network. You don’t want to miss out on anything related and whether it's legit or a scam. High Discounts

One of the first things that caught my eye was their high discounts. They claim that the more products you buy the more discounts you will get. For instance, you will get a 5% discount for 3 items and 20% for 10 items.

Of course, this is just a ploy to get you to spend more money in the name of chasing big discounts.

Of Copied Content and Scam Network Links

On their About Us page, I noticed this phrase, "is mainly engaged in retailing of clothing, and the team has a series of professionals. We offer the latest in fashion clothing, integrating design, sales and service, taking "free fashion, perfect quality" as the business purpose, and interpreting clothing through unique design and perfection."

Interestingly, when I searched for the same phrase on Google, I was shocked to see tens of websites with the same phrase on websites such as and all have the same text as

This could suggest that they are part of a scam network that is using the content over and over again. 

Lately, we have noticed that scam websites come in batches. Whether it's with its Happy Family Store links or The ‘Uniqueness’ Scam Network with its tens of thousands of websites, scams tend to come in multiples. 

Lack of Reviews

I could not find any reviews online about I checked on renowned review websites such as Trustpilot, SiteJabber, and ScamAdviser with no success.

While this could be due to a relatively new website, having been registered in December 2023, it does little to boost user confidence. The lack of reviews, in itself, is not an indicator of a scam, though the lack of customer feedback does little to inspire potential customers. 

Bottom Line: Is Safe?

In general, the red flags are too great to ignore. It appears highly probable that may not be a legitimate website, raising concerns about its authenticity. The huge discounts, especially on additional products are suspicious while the inclusion of copied content is synonymous with scammy websites. There are no reviews available that could have helped gauge user experience. 

Overall, caution is needed when dealing with There are more reputable online fashion stores out there. Stay safe!

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