Considering Jenoop for your online purchase? If so, then first let’s figure out either is an Jenoop.com scam or a genuine online store from this Jenoop review. Here, in this page, we are trying to show you the actual face of this site so that you can find its reality, either an Jenoop fake or a trustworthy company.
What is Jenoop.com?
It is an online shopping store that is selling clothing and fashionable products like tops, bottoms, shoes, accessories, and so on. However, there are so many things you must know about this site before choosing it as your shopping destination.
We have categorized Jenoop as one of the suspicious sites because of the following reasons:
# It has provided its parent company’s name and address as COOBUY LIMITED Office No.352 Manchester Business Park, 30000 Aviator Way, Manchester, Lancashire, England, M22 5TG on its Terms and Conditions page and that is also by taking a screenshot of the address instead of directly writing the address on its website. Normally, the scam sites provide 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 this website match with the scam sites operating under Qandies Limited. So, it looks like COOBUY LIMITED is another company operating by the same group or they may just have provided the random company name which belongs to another company. Either way, it is definitely not a good sign. Besides this address is used by other suspicious sites like JumpoverShop, Vasttopshop, Ofiyaa, Shapeni, HazzysMen, Hosode, Firstores, ZenoJewels, Queenieke, Puravidalike, StokeStyle, Nigelily, Cozycomfygoody, Casefory, Lakeea, Swimsuitsnova, Mensens, Crushlee, Buybuydays, etc.
# We found that the product images used by this online store for its product catalog aren’t unique, so it means that it has either copy-pasted the image from other websites or just reselling clothing or other products. Lots of content as well as its website theme match with multiple suspicious and problematic sites.
# It is offering unreasonable discounts and sales offers which seems unrealistic. Hence most of the scam sites do so to attract people to their websites.
Our Final Verdict:
Considering all the above mentioned facts, it is concluded that Jenoop is one of the scam websites.
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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 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.
Good Luck !
I ordered a coat for $45.98 back in November and to this day I never received it.