Is This Site (Shopsprice.com) Safe or a Scam?

I came across a deal too good to be true and am wary buying from this site. Just wondering if anyone else has had experience buying from here.

Prices for all their bikes seem to exceptionally low.

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  • +4 votes

    I would definitely shop with them and pay by Western Union money transfer as stated in their faqs

  • +2 votes

    They even offer free shipping “over worldwide”!

  • +1 vote

    is that even a question?

  • +1 vote

    $2,475.25 reduced to $145.51 with free shipping over worldwide…..

    www.shopsprice.com was only registered as a domain a few weeks ago.
    All of their social links except FB are blank links.
    Fb links to https://www.facebook.com/Fineyeeofficial/
    The FB page is pushing handbags at "80% OFF".
    FB page advertises this webpage: http://www.fineyee.com/
    The address is not valid.

    Give them a call:

    Raw WHOIS Record
    Domain Name: shopsprice.com
    Registry Domain ID: 11111896
    Registrar WHOIS Server: grs-whois.cndns.com
    Registrar URL: http://www.cndns.com
    Updated Date: 2018-06-05T14:49:32Z
    Create Date: 2018-06-05T14:49:32Z
    Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2019-06-05T14:49:32Z
    Registrar: SHANGHAI MEICHENG TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.
    Registrar IANA ID: 1621
    Registrar Abuse Contact Email: domain@cndns.com
    Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +86.2151697771
    Reseller:
    Domain Status: ok https://icann.org/epp#ok
    Registry Registrant ID:
    Registrant Name: Whois Agent
    Registrant Organization: Domain Whois Privacy Protection Service
    Registrant Street: Room3001, No. 707 Zhangyang Road, Shanghai
    Registrant City: shanghai
    Registrant State/Province: shanghai
    Registrant Postal Code: 200122
    Registrant Country: CN
    Registrant Phone: +86.2151697771
    Registrant Phone Ext:
    Registrant Fax: +86.02151697771
    Registrant Fax Ext:
    Registrant Email: yumingyinsibaohu@cndns.com
    Registry Admin ID:
    Admin Name: Whois Agent
    Admin Street: Room3001, No. 707 Zhangyang Road, Shanghai
    Admin City: shanghai
    Admin State/Province: shanghai
    Admin Postal Code: 200122
    Admin Country: CN
    Admin Phone: +86.2151697771
    Admin Phone Ext:
    Admin Fax: +86.02151697771
    Admin Fax Ext:
    Admin Email: yumingyinsibaohu@cndns.com
    Registry Tech ID:
    Tech Name: Whois Agent
    Tech Street: Room3001, No. 707 Zhangyang Road, Shanghai
    Tech City: shanghai
    Tech State/Province: shanghai
    Tech Postal Code: 200122
    Tech Country: CN
    Tech Phone: +86.2151697771
    Tech Phone Ext:
    Tech Fax: +86.02151697771
    Tech Fax Ext:
    Tech Email: yumingyinsibaohu@cndns.com
    Name Server: privacyprotect1.ezdnscenter.com
    Name Server: privacyprotect2.ezdnscenter.com
    DNSSEC:unsigned
    URL of the ICANN WHOIS Data Problem Reporting System: http://wdprs.internic.net/

    Last update of whois database: 2009-05-29T20:15:00Z <<<
    For more information on Whois status codes, please visit: https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/epp-status-codes-list-...

  • +2 votes

    looks legit

  • +1 vote

    All the bikes are priced at $145.51 or $130.03, regardless of the bike's size or whether they are for adults or kids.

    Facebook links to some completely unrelated fashion store. All the other links are dead.

    There's a link to an equally scammy site, https://www.biao.is which is a replica watch shop.

    The site design looks to be on point, at least they put some effort into the CSS and graphics (which are probably just templates from SquareSpace). I've seen some with graphics that look like they were drawn in MS Paint.

  • +2 votes

    Interesting results when you search the registrar

    Check this out

    • +1 vote

      Well spotted.
      This is scamming on an industrial scale, the scamwarners.com site suggests that there could be 4890 scam sites like this.
      I saw this type of scam a few weeks ago with 200 sports clothing and footwear websites, but I didn't realise the full extent of it.
      The way it works is that the scammers take recently expired websites and re-register them.
      Then they load near-identical pages into the sites.
      Then they wait for mugs to send them their credit card payments.
      At the very least, they will take the payment and not deliver goods. But I would expect the credit card details to be re-used or resold to crims.
      For this site, if you do a google search on the bizarre phrase "If you provide us with a false address, we are not responsible for redelivering the goods", you can see 37 other sites that have been loaded up by the same group of scammers.
      This will cause huge grief for consumers. I’m amazed that credit card companies are not being proactive about this and shutting down these sites, they must have a flood of complaints already.

  •  

    OMFG thanks OP! I bought 10 and reselling on Gumtree for some tidy profits.

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    It's https, so it must be secure. I'd trust them 100%. The link at the very bottom of the page is "© biao.is" and when I click on that it takes me to a replica watch store, so I'm sure its trustworthy.

  • +1 vote

    Order a couple of bikes then use one of the fake credit card number generators to obtain a card number to make payment.
    Now, if (say) 100 OB'ers did this the seller would think it was Christmas come early.

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    There seems to be a glut of these at the moment. A couple are using a well known logo from bicycles online in their header.

    If it seems to good to be true, it probably is.

  •  

    Shopsprice.com IS a SCAM!
    Luckily it only cost me $200
    I can't believe the number of people saying they're good. Must be fakes from shopsprice.