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Clothmyths, which is selling various clothes and masks, doesn’t seem to be a trustworthy online store and looks like another scam site that is taking benefit of Coronavirus pandemic situation. Does that mean Clothmyths is a scam? Well, let’s find out either is a scam or genuine and what is in real through our Clothmyths review here. So, let’s begin with our Clothmyths review.

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Clothmyths might be a fraudulent online store due to the following reasons:-

# It has provided its parent company’s name as ALKMAND ESTATE LTD on its Terms & Conditions page but not on its Contact Us or About Us pages and that is also by taking a screenshot of the company’s name instead of directly writing the company’s name on its website. Normally, the scam sites which have mentioned Qandies Limited as their parent company’s name have provided their company’s address in that way so that no one can find them by searching on Google. Not only that but lots of details provided on the Clothmyths website match with the scam sites with parent company’s name: Qandies Limited. Actually, we have found ALKMAND ESTATE LTD is linked with lots of other companies that are mentioned by multiple scam sites as their parent company such as Bumperr LTD, CHICV INTERNATIONAL HOLDING LIMITED, A&KE Limited, HONGKONG JIGAO INFORMATION & TECHNOLOGY CO., LIMITED, and Qandies Limited. We can say the sites who have mentioned these companies as their parent company are linked with each other and operating by the same team because, in lots of scam sites, you can find they have provided two company names either on their website or on their WHOIS details. The few examples of problematic sites operating by this team are Amyblouse, Wiipop, Chicme, Helochic, Noracora, JustFashionNow, YeahBikinis, ThunderBuy, Roselinlin, CooliCool, FastShipTool, TopeStore, BlongDays, HolaTrends, PearlFeet, KusouBuy, BulkggDeals, AllNowTrendy, ModiTown, Chicboho, Kurro, SuperTime and so on. And, even there is no guarantee that these all sites belong to those mentioned companies because these sites have only provided the screenshots of the company’s name instead of directly writing the company’s name on their websites. So, maybe these scam sites are misusing the name of other’s companies.

# Like lots of scam sites, the website Clothmyths has also lots of drawbacks. For example;

  • Its website is designed roughly.
  • It is providing a 30% discount on almost all items listed on its website including high demand and shortage items like Masks, which seems too good to be true.
  • Lots of content provided on the Clothmyths website match with multiple scam sites.
  • Most of the images of the products provided on the Clothmyths website are cropped as the faces of the models used in those images are hidden in order to escape from the copyright issues. Secondly, the quality of the images is also blurred and low as in other scam sites due to copied ones. Mostly scam sites provide such images when they copy-paste images from other websites without taking their consent.
  • It hasn’t secured its website properly with security services like McAfee or Norton, etc. So if you shop at this site, your personal and financial information might be stolen.
  • You can find lots of complaints from the customers of the sites with the parent company’s name ALKMAND ESTATE LTD.

# These days multiple new online stores are claiming to sell various items on huge discounts or claiming to sell the shortage items, 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 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 that haven’t provided any contact information or have provided fake contact information such as Chagona, TheUrbanXMask, Freebuyes, Allientimaskes, Milumir, CareinShop, GlobalMasksShop, OkHomeOnline, HomeAndMart, BriovaOne, BrritoStore, Delight, WeeklySeeDress, EgvStore, Agorastetora, Maskinusa, Us.HomeKitchenGoods, Remasks, AirifyMasks, Demuns, Pleasanty, MaskBooking, Masiat, Vivierstore, Soroks, Heartul, Bluewwo, Chokero, AriasShop, MateClubs, Fefall, Prettyat, Knixdon, KolkStore, Morclothes, Usnotion, Savazr, LarryCloth, Zrevo, Morrisoh, 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 Clothmyths is a suspicious website through our Clothmyths review as above. However, if you still want to add your own 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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  1. I ordered a 3XL Bra for my wife, who is a 38DDD. Part of it came apart while she was putting it on, and another part, the stitching pulled apart, if it was ever stitched on to begin with, because after looking at it, it doesn’t look like it was even sewn on. Even once she did get it on, it looked 3-4 times smaller than what it should have. Either it was an XL in a 3XL package, or it was entirely WAY smaller than the size chart stated. Kind of sucks for as long as it took for me to finally get it. (2 months to ship from China) Their size chart is NOT realistic, It shows a 3XL being a US size 16-18, but shows a 34.5in bust size? WRONG!!! US Size 16-18 bust sizes are normally a 38-40in. A 34.5in bust size would be a size 10-12 US, NOT a Size 16-18, Which probably explains why this product was way too small. WHen I contacted the company about getting a refund, I was told…..We are sorry for your inconvenience. But according our return policy, masks, swimsuit, lingerie, bodysuits, swimwear, jewelry, and accessories are personal and not returnable. How about sending $10 cash couupon for you? You can keep it as a gift.
    To which I replied back…..Your size chart was WRONG, AND your product was DEFECTIVE. I want a refund for YOUR defective product sold with an incorrect sizing chart. A $10 cash coupon won’t do me any good since I will not be ordering from you again. And they replied back with….The return process is more troublesome. How about we refund 20% of the unfit item? Or you can return them for a full refund or exchange. My reply? Refund 20%? That would be $1.99, or $3.99 if you go by the total with shipping. You want me to pay to return an item that was defective and clearly never should have gotten past quality control, let alone shipped out. Which is funny, because if you scroll up, you’ll see that ****** told me I couldn’t return it, but now your saying I can. Looks like I wasted $20.

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