GiftDelta.com Review: Legit? GiftDelta Scam, Not Genuine

GiftDelta Review: GiftDelta.com Scam Alert! Gift Delta is not a genuine online store. Yes, GiftDelta.com is a scam online store. Ok, let’s find out why is Gift Delta a scam, what makes GiftDelta.com a scam and what is GiftDelta.com in real through our Gift Delta review here. So, let’s begin with our Gift Delta review.

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“Gift Delta” is a fraudulent website due to the following reasons:-


# The trust seal logos such as McAfee, Norton and so on that “Gift Delta” has provided on its cart page are fake trust seals because those trust seals are not clickable. The trust seals logos which are presented on the checkout page are clickable but when we click on them, those send us to the home page of GiftDelta.com website. However, real trust seal logos should be clickable so that when we click on them, they should send us to the official website of respective trust seal providers to verify those trust seals. So, it is clear that GiftDelta 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 GiftDelta.com 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. So, in this scenario, it’s better to stay away from the sites like GiftDelta.com which even don’t provide the real trust seals. 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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3 thoughts on “GiftDelta.com Review: Legit? GiftDelta Scam, Not Genuine

  1. A few months ago I ordered 2 lamps from giftdelta.com. It arrived on time and everything was ok. The shop is offline now. I don't know why it doesn't work and i don't care :D.
    I believe there are many scam sites that just take your money and you don't get the product ordered. I hope I do not come across such a site 😀

  2. This information about “clickable trust seals" being a sign of a website's legitimacy is nonsense. Anyone can use a antivirus company logo on their scam website and have it be clickable and send the person to whatever website they want.

    After reading this, I wonder if this isn't just a scam website trying to steal business from another scam website. Don't get me wrong, giftDelta may well be a scam also, but the nonsense justification listed here about using "clickable trust seals" as a indicator of anything is super suspect, either indicating the author is misinformed himself unintentionally, or he is trying to with intention to misinform others.

    This kinda thing would be much more effective and dangerous if the English didn't make it clear it wasnt written by a native speaker. Broken English online typically sends people's scam detectors sounding off, so they are less likely to believe incorrect things uncritically (ie the importance of clickable antivirus company logos on websites, for example lol), so if that's the intention of this article, it is probably falling short.

    1. Yes, anyone can use an antivirus company logo on their scam website and have it be clickable and send the person to whatever website they want. However, they only can send them to official websites of respective trust seal providers, but they can't show those trust seals are verified there. Those trust seals have their own database where people can check either some websites are providing real trust seal or not. For example, you can check the trust seal of McAfee here:- https://www.mcafeesecure.com/directory/. When you search some sites there, (for example GiftDelta.com), if the results come there, then that website is verified, but if nothing comes there, then that website hasn't secured with McAfee. We did that check and find out the reality. So, we haven't only said that those trust seals should send to the official websites but we have also said those trust seals should send us to official websites to verify them. So, that's the difference.

      Yes, English is not our first language. But, we don't think that makes us any less than native English speaker to research online scams. And we are doing it from 2014 and have already saved lots of people from scams.

      Thank you for letting us to clear the confusion.

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