JordanXCool Review: Genuine? JordanXCool Scam or Legit?

Considering JordanXCool for your online purchase? If so, then first let’s figure out either is a JordanXCool.com scam or a genuine online store from this JordanXCool review.

What is JordanXCool.com?

It is an online shopping store that is misusing the brand name of Air Jordan by providing the Air Jordan brand logo as its website name and logo as well as by claiming to sell the Air Jordan products without having association with Air Jordan or without being authorized seller for Air Jordan products. However, there are so many things you must know about it before choosing it as your shopping destination.

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JordanXCool is listed as one of the fraudulent sites on the basis of following grounds:

Company Address:

It has provided the company’s address at the bottom of the website as 1026 West Marietta St NW, Atlanta, GA 30318. There is no business with the name JordanXCool that has been mentioned on or around this address on Google Maps. Instead, other businesses are mentioned over there. Moreover, this address is also found to be used by multiple scam sites like Discounteare, DsxAirPods, JordanXShopCc, JordanXShopw, JordanXShopm, Yeezsboostxa, Gradob, Airproxo, DiscountAjx, AirProXP, Pcyneed, BlackFridayDiscountsShop, AirOrexz, DiscountsClubShop, Pcxshopa, etc. Its contact phone number is missing from the website. So, it is clear that this site is trying to hide the information, we shall not trust such a company for any kind of online shopping. 1026

Discount and Sales offers:

It is claiming to sell Air Jordan brand products at unrealistic heavy discount rates that none of the legit stores can afford to offer even on Black Friday or Cyber Monday.

Copied content:

Lots of details provided on its website including its website theme match with multiple scam sites. You can find lots of similar kinds of scam sites selling similar brand's products such as JordanXShopCc, JordanXShopw, Jowhah, JordanXShopm, ShoeJordan, JordanSales JordanShop, JordanxShopu, AirJordanOnline, AirJordon.Us, AirJdShoesShop, F6zdd2c2, and so on.

Customer Complaints and Delivery:

The customer support as well as delivery time of sites similar to this site is also very poor as per the complaints received from the buyers of similar kinds of sites.

Our Final Verdict:

From all the above presented realities of this site, the conclusion can be made that JordanXCool 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!

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One thought on “JordanXCool Review: Genuine? JordanXCool Scam or Legit?

  1. It is an ABSOLUTE SCAM. I placed an order on the jordanxcool.com website on 01/14/2022. It is now 02/20/2022 and I have yet to receive the shoes that I ordered, an explanation, or a refund ($198). Here is an account of my experience with the website:

    -I purchased 2 pairs of the same shoe. I was not allowed to pay for the shoes in a single transaction, I had to place 2 separate orders.
    -After placing the 2 orders, the website’s order confirmation page for each of my orders was different in appearance and in the information that was listed in the confirmation. One of the confirmations contained a misspelled word, “complate” instead of “complete.” One confirmation contained an order number, the other confirmation did not. So forth and so on. I have photos of this.
    -The website did not charge any sales tax or shipping. The shoes were listed at $99 each. I paid a total of $198.
    -Once each of the 2 orders was placed, I did not receive a confirmation email to my personal email account from the company stating that my order had been received by the company. To date, I have never received ANY email correspondence regarding my orders.
    -Fake contact information is used. I attempted to send an email regarding the status of my order to xionglie814b@126.com and llfxdmkvl@hotmail.com also known as “Mary Vlad” (Notice its two different email addresses). The emails were listed in the transaction details section on my PayPal account. Although the emails bounced back, without my PayPal details, I would have had no contact information for the website whatsoever.
    -I made multiple attempts to revisit the website but it's as if the website no longer exists. I receive an error message when attempting to access the site.

    I hope my experience helps someone avoid being scammed.

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