Review: Beware: Scam

All Year Deals is not a legit online store, instead, is a scam. Do you want to know why? Well then, let's begin with our AllYearDeals review to find out why is AllYearDeals a scam, what makes All Year Deals a scam and what is in real.

AllYearDeals fake or real AllYearDeals legit or fraud AllYearDeals complaints | De Reviews is a fraudulent website due to the following reasons:-

# The trust seal logos such as McAfee, Norton and so on that “All Year Deals” has provided on its "product detail" and "order form" pages are not clickable. However, the real trust seal logos should be clickable so that we can click on them which will send us to the official website of respective trust seal providers to verify those trust seals. So, it is clear that AllYearDeals has provided the fake trust seal logos, not the real ones. This is a big warning bell as none of the legit sites will try to trick people by showing them fake trust seal logos.

# Although provides the option to purchase the items using the credit card, it hasn’t provided the required security measures to secure the credit card information and has tried to trick people by showing the fake trust seal logos. So if you shop at this site, your credit card information can be stolen.

# These days multiple new online stores are claiming to sell various items on huge discount, but most of them are scams. So, it’s better to stay away from the new online stores or at least do some research before you purchase something from the new online stores because most of these new online stores don’t deliver the purchased items to their clients or, deliver completely different or very low-quality items. Some of these kinds of online stores even have charged the credit card of clients randomly without their consent. So, if you have ever purchased mistakenly from scam sites, we suggest you immediately contact your bank or credit card company to secure your credit card information.

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4 thoughts on “ Review: Beware: Scam

  1. is (in my opinion) a scam. I bought a watch from them online 3 weeks ago and cant get an order confirmation or number from . They just keep sending a "canned" response to me:
    " We
    understand your concern and we appreciate your
    support.We have already shipped the order from
    our end to the shipping company and waiting for an update
    from them for a tracking number.Please bare with
    us for some time so we can get the order to you as soon as
    Thanks. "
    Guess I'm out some money. Will need to talk to credit card company.

    1. Yes, AllYearDeals is a scam, so you should contact your bank or credit card company and ask them to help you for a refund. If they are unable to help you for a refund, at least tell them to cancel your credit card and get the new one since these kinds of scammers can also charge your credit card further without your consent as long as they have your credit card details. If you have paid from PayPal, then we suggest you open a dispute through PayPal as well as change your PayPal’s password.

    2. Well, I finally got my "watch". It wasn't the one I ordered, but it does
      tell time (most of the time). The battery looks like its on its last legs.
      Anyway, the watch I got wasn't worth $80 bucks. I looked it up on
      several sites and its worth on average $21. So I guess I'm out $59 bucks. My bad for not checking on the site more thoroughly.
      It won't happen again, I assure you. The whole ordeal only took about
      2 1/2 months to get screwed. And I didn't even get a kiss....

      1. Thanks for sharing your bad experience with AllYearDeals. It will help lots of visitors here to know the reality of AllYearDeals online store.

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