Ariamn.com Review: Legit? Genuine? Ariamn Scam?

Ariamn may not be a genuine or trustworthy online store. Does that mean Ariamn is a scam? Well, let’s find out either is an Ariamn.com scam or legit and what is Ariamn.com in real through our Ariamn review here. So, let’s begin with our Ariamn review.

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Following things make us suspicious about the Ariamn website:-


# Ariamn hasn’t provided any contact information, neither the company's address nor a phone number. However, legit online stores always provide the detailed company’s address but scam online stores always found to be hiding their identity or providing the fake address.

# Like lots of scam sites, the website Ariamn has also poorly designed which looks similar to lots of scam sites. For example; its website theme is not so tidy; lots of details provided on Ariamn match with lots of scam websites; it is offering an unbelievably high discount on the price some products; it hasn’t secured its website properly; and so on. Since Ariamn website is not secured properly, so if you shop at this site, your personal and financial information might 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. So, in this scenario, it is better to stay away from online stores like Ariamn which even don’t provide detailed contact information.

# Some scam 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.

# Actually, these days you can find lots of online stores which haven't provided any contact information or have provided the fake contact information such as InstaBlend, TayTwo, GummyChoco, NameNecklace, ClockCanvas, Attendrai, Zrevo, Dimenticarti, YourPetClub, MagicTranslator, Carfler, ChapelGadgets, JinnieStore, BFGlasses, CycloneBlender, VveoskLife, Annjolies, WhateverYouBuy, Eternaltube, IMShopSavvy, GetGotGotten, IHollyHome, Tumeyy, Loracmoon, Bloopzie, Swamay, ThekShoppingTVShop and so on.

It is clear that Ariamn is a suspicious website through our Ariamn review as above. However, if you still want to add your own Ariamn.com reviews or want to say something about it, then please feel free to leave your comment below. You can also comment below to report about any kinds of scams. After all, we are here to spread awareness about the scams. So, let’s do it together. Let’s save innocent people from scams.

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29 thoughts on “Ariamn.com Review: Legit? Genuine? Ariamn Scam?

  1. The same thing has happened to me. I purchased the Dewalt tool kit on January 3rd 2020 and I received a pair of Ray Ban Sunglasses too. I have been trying to get Ariamn to send me those tools for almost 7 months now and whoever is answering the emails blames logistics for the mistake. Said that the sunglasses are in high demand right now and that's the reason for sending me the wrong order and that they will resend me the correct order of the Dewalt tools I purchased within 5 days and they will send me another tracking number when they send it. Well the 5 days are well over and I haven't heard anything else from them.
    This has been going on for months. I have emailed them numerous times about this , I told them I was going to turn them into the Better Business Bureau, Consumer Affairs and Numerous others if this isn't resolved. I have saved every email and I took photos of the package and the sunglasses when I received it. The photos show the Tracking Number and what was in the package.
    I paid with a debit card. Is there a time limit to see if the credit or debit card company will reimburse the money I spent?
    Thanks for any information that you can give me.

    1. You can still try to get a refund by contacting your bank or debit/credit card company. In addition to that, you should also get a copy of the information for the tracking number from a post office that clearly shows the address where the item has been delivered and the weight of the item which have less weight than the item you order. Show these details to bank or debit/credit card company. People who had provided this information to the bank or debit/credit card company, most of them have got a full refund with the help of a bank or debit/credit card company.

      And, if you want to warn your friends and families about this store, then you can spread the word by sharing this review through your social media accounts.

      Good Luck!

  2. SON UNOS RATEROS, ME VENDIERON DOS CELULARES Y RECIBI JAFAS BARATAS, TODAVIAN CONTESTAN DICIENDO QUE VAN A DEVOLVER LA PLATA. LLEVO 10 MESES EN ESO.

  3. Never go near this site it's a massive scam and I can't believe the site hasn't been shut down.
    They have taken my money for a Dewalt tool kit and it's now 8 months and nothing, they are not replying to the emails I sent them either.

  4. This is one of the biggest scams that I have seen in a long time. This company takes people's money with giving them nothing. This company need to be shut down.

  5. I ordered a dewalt tool set for $70 and I received a pair of fake Ray-Ban sunglasses!! These people should be in jail for the rest of their life!!!

  6. I ordered tools through the website on 11/27/2019. I paid with a debit card through PayPal. I got a tracking number from the seller. The tracking number eventually showed a delivery made 200 miles away in a different state. I contacted the seller and got an apology and a new tracking number. When it finally showed up it was a pair of Ray Ban sunglasses. I contacted the seller again and got another apology and two tracking numbers for two different packages. Both packages showed lost in transit two days apart. Contacted seller and was told they would refund me $60.00 of the $224.00 I spent. Eventually stopped getting any response. I have been in contact with my bank and was told to go through PayPal as it had exceeded their dispute period. I contacted PayPal and am getting the run around with them. They are not willing to settle this dispute. STAY AWAY FROM THIS WEBSITE AND PayPal AT ALL COSTS.

  7. a scam for sure, I received my Raybans instead of DeWalt tools and was told it was a shipping error. Then they told me it would be too expensive to send the sunglasses back so they would give me 60% credit and I could keep the sunglasses. Well they didn't give me any credit so today I contested the charge with my credit card company. If is sounds to good to be true it probably is...….

  8. I ordered tools for a couple of family members for Christmas and got the cheap sunglasses as well. These people had ads all over Facebook with loads of comments and a website good enough to fool a lot of us apparently. I've tried emailing with them with no results. Thank you for the advice. Guess I'll be calling my bank tomorrow.

  9. Sounds to good to be true . Probably a scam . Advise i have given out but didnt listen to. Myself . Got me for 70 bucks . This kind of thing makes you want to do bad things to these people really bad .

  10. How can Google run these ads? I didn't see any warnings about this site until I checked my order. Yes I got scammed, got a pair of cheap sunglasses instead of tools. I think Google should pay me back since they notified me about this site in the first place.

    1. In this case, you should contact your bank or credit card company and ask them to help you with a refund. If you had paid via PayPal, open a dispute via your PayPal account. Show them this review as a reference. Explain to them everything. You should also go to the post office and get a copy of the information for the tracking number that clearly shows the address where the item has been delivered and the weight of the item which will definitely have less or more weight than the original item. (If you already have the weight and address details, then you no need to go the post office). Show these details to the bank or credit card company or PayPal. People who had provided this information to the bank or credit card company or PayPal, most of them have got a full refund with the help of a bank or credit card company or PayPal.
      Good Luck!

  11. Lime another poster I ordered some drwslt tools anf got burned for 70 bucks .They sent me a cheap ads child ring eoryh about 7 dollarsy money was collected by a toy manufacturer.

    1. In this case, you should contact your bank or credit card company and ask them to help you with a refund. If you had paid via PayPal, open a dispute via your PayPal account. Show them this review as a reference. Explain to them everything. You should also go to the post office and get a copy of the information for the tracking number that clearly shows the address where the item has been delivered and the weight of the item which will definitely have less or more weight than the original item. (If you already have the weight and address details, then you no need to go the post office). Show these details to the bank or credit card company or PayPal. People who had provided this information to the bank or credit card company or PayPal, most of them have got a full refund with the help of a bank or credit card company or PayPal.
      Good Luck!

    1. You should report the respective companies where you have seen the ads of scam companies.

  12. A business would have to pay to advertise online. Advertising isn’t cheap. Someone is making a lot of money from all this advertising. I would think that who’s selling the advertising space would screen these business before they allow their ads to be viewed. The money the ads make is an obscene amount. Enough to be able to research these business before allowing them to post their ads. They should do more to protect the consumer instead of just collecting millions on advertising, while setting us up to be scammed.

  13. Ya thought I was buying Dewalt tools and got a cheap pair of Rayban sunglasses 70 bucks gone lesson learned

      1. In this case, you should contact your bank or credit card company and ask them to help you with a refund. If you had paid via PayPal, open a dispute via your PayPal account. Show them this review as a reference. Explain to them everything. You should also go to the post office and get a copy of the information for the tracking number that clearly shows the address where the item has been delivered and the weight of the item which will definitely have less or more weight than the original item. (If you already have the weight and address details, then you no need to go the post office). Show these details to the bank or credit card company or PayPal. People who had provided this information to the bank or credit card company or PayPal, most of them have got a full refund with the help of a bank or credit card company or PayPal.
        Good Luck!

  14. The whois info for the domain ariamn.com gives an address of 1928 East Highland Avenue, Phoenix AZ 8506 STE F104. It looks like Ahipoki Bowl, a restaurant, is actually there (Google Maps street-view). So, yeah, this definitely looks like a scam.

        1. It’s better you contact your bank or credit card company and ask them to help you with a refund. If you had paid via PayPal, open a dispute via your PayPal account. Show them this review as a reference. Good Luck!

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