Review: Larrycloth Scam or Legit?

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Larry Cloth doesn’t seem to be a genuine online store. Does that mean Larrycloth is a scam? Well, let’s find out either is a scam or trustworthy and what is in real through our Larrycloth review here. So, let’s begin with our Larry Cloth review.

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

# Although Larrycloth has provided its company’s address from the China (108 Ning'an Avenue, Jinfeng District, Yinchuan, Ningxia, 750004 China) on its “Contact Us” page, however, on its “Terms and Conditions” / "Term of Service" page, it has mentioned its Terms is governed by the laws of the USA and each party submits to the jurisdiction of the courts of the USA. Well, why any company operating from China will be governed by the laws of the United States? So, this proves Larrycloth is lying about its real company’s address or it has copy-pasted its Terms and Conditions (Terms of Service) from other sites. Both ways, it is definitely not a good sign. However, every legit online store will provide the real contact information and their own Terms of Service, only scam online stores don’t care to provide the real contact information and copy-paste website details from other sites.

# Like lots of scam sites, the website Larrycloth has also poorly designed which looks similar to lots of scam sites. For example, its website theme is very untidy, it doesn't allow you to purchase items more than $100, it hasn’t secured its website properly, it has copy-pasted lots of details from other websites and so on. So if you shop at this site, your personal and financial 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.

# 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.

It is clear that Larrycloth is a suspicious website through our Larrycloth 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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28 thoughts on “ Review: Larrycloth Scam or Legit?

  1. I ordered two instant pots. What they do is mail an empty package to some random address so they can provide PayPal with a tracking number and proof of delivery when a dispute is filed. When PayPal denied my claim because of this and closed my account I fought back. I went to the post office and got a copy of the information for the tracking number that clearly showed it was for another address, weighed only 2 ounces and was not two instant pots. PayPal reopened my dispute and last night they refunded my money. If this has happened to you, go get the info from the post office and PayPal will help you!

    1. PayPal will not help, same thing happened to me when I ordered from Larry Cloth. They sent a one oz package to a random address near me to be able to show PayPal that thempackage was delivered to my town. And PayPal denied my claim. I am a retired person with min income and they scammed me out of $63.00 and PayPal sided with them Maybe PayPal is in on the scam.

      1. Just keep on fighting back with PayPal as Leigh Britain has mentioned in the above comment. If you don't give up, then they may listen.

  2. I order something and they it never arrived word wt* is wrong with some ppl? Like how are u even a f**king human? Just go f**king work and do something with your f**king life. That’s so stupid like fr I wasted 48 bucks for no reason??‍♀️ My item never even arrived.

    1. If you want to get your money back, then 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!

      1. I notified Paypal, and they told me to file a dispute with the credit card company, which I did.(and, received a full credit pending the outcome of the claim w/PP) I even emailed Paypal a copy of their (Paypal's) order acknowledgement, shipping info/tracking # and copy of the form from the Post Office showing that tracking # being delivered to an address other than mine. etc.) SO, after some time I contacted the credit card company who said that Paypal had reviewed things and decided in favor of the SELLER !! But, the credit card company gave me (another) full credit!
        Just for fun I called Paypal. They informed me that the CREDIT CARD company had decided in favor of the seller! Classic finger pointing.....but, as of now, I have received 2x credit for this scam.

        1. You should keep on contacting PayPal and Credit Card company. Sometimes we need to knock them a lot to get a full refund.

    2. Go to the post office and get a copy of the info for the fraudulent tracking number - give all the info to PayPal and they will refund your money.

  3. Place is a total scam. They'll let you order an item or two and they will provide you a tracking number like the item is on its way to you. The item is actually shipped to another address and they won't return any communication. PayPal and others won't refund your money because the shipping details are provided making it appear that you received your items and you need to pursue this with the USPS. Stay away from these ppl.

    1. Some people show our reviews on scam companies to PayPal and their bank or credit card company as a reference and get a refund successfully. You can also try that.

    2. That is what has happened to me, at least so far.
      I obtained a document from the USPS detailing the delivery address where my "package" was left.
      I also have the email from Paypal provodong the tracking number.
      I am hoping that these will sway the outcome in my favor.
      We will see... If not, another lesson learned...

    3. Go to the post office and get the info for the fraudulent tracking number - give it all to PayPal and they will refund your money. PayPal denied my dispute and closed it because of the tracking number and proof of delivery - that’s all they can do. I was not going to let him get away with it. When I got the info from the post office for the fraudulent tracking number and gave it all to PayPal showing the address it went to was clearly not mine, the 2 ounce weight of the package was clearly not 2 instant pots, and the post office even has photos of the package, then PayPal reopened my dispute and last night they refunded my $72. Don’t let it die, fight back.

  4. Glad I did some research, my son wanted a gaming computer. They offered it at a hell of a price $89. I checked other sites and it retails for $1000 +. Red.flag. looked into reviews for the company and found out it's a scam site. Thankful I came across your site. I'm sending this companies info to the BBB so they can look into it. Hopefully no one else gets scammed

    1. We are happy to know that we are able to save you from this scam. You did good by doing research before you purchase anything from this online store.

  5. I also made the mistake of ordering an item of the LarryCloth site. I should have known better when something is priced that low.
    The company is a total SCAM!
    {example of how they perform there scam sales} You order your great deal for a product that could weigh as much as 60LB`S and they simply send a letter to a different address in your same area code and accordingly to USPS mail tracking the item was delivered and claim to your financial institution that your item was delivered, because tracking does not show your home number or street or road in which you reside .

  6. Ordered a "priced too good to be true hoverboard", from LarryCloth. Like many others, a tracking number was provided, but nothing ever showed up. USPS description shows, "it was delivered to residences mailbox". Don't know how an oversized hoverboard could fit in ANY mailbox. Don't know how LarryCloth is getting USPS to "deliver" tracking numbers so that paperwork looks legit. Hopefully Paypal will step up. Ugh. Merry Christmas kids (no hoverboard for you).

  7. Well. Unfortunately a few days ago I went drunk online shopping, which is generally fun. I ordered silent stroke drum heads with zildjian cymbols. I received a confirmation email and tracking number. My item arrived today. I'm not sure what it was since nothing arrived on my doorstep. I'm completely sure this is a scam website but it was such a good deal I had to gamble. I did see it on a Google recommended site which is the only reason I went to it. If I were you I would not buy anything you will get got.

  8. is a scam site, yeah. I was looking at budget phones and Larrycloth or Larry Cloth had one for $64. Like other people have said, their address is in China or Russia, their PayPal is Chinese or Russian and apparently their end goal is to try to use any information you provide to get into your accounts to change the ownership.

  9. I noticed a Black and Decker countertop dishwasher on sale at Larrycloth website. Listed at $69. These dishwasher DO NOT SELL AT $69. The average price is $200 or higher!! I am very skeptical of this site. I did not buy.

  10. Larry cloth online store is a crook. I placed an order and it was shipped somewhere else. Do yourself a favor don't buy anything from this store you will get got.

  11. Thanks guys for sharing the experience with that online store. I was about I inch to get myself scammed, but you just spared me the headache.

    1. I was looking at crossbows online. I typed in what is the cheapest place to buy this certain type crossbow. It came up larrycloth.Com it said it was $69 and I knew something didn't sound right. I started reading about it and it gave basic info about the bow. It showed only one picture of item. I started to read reviews and there was none. I read all the terms, conditions, privacy everything. And it was just basic stuff but kept referring to clothes for women. I looked up contact info and seen it had china phone number, and address and said contact was some Chinese woman's name like shi inn or something. I looked up what they said they sold and nothing but some beachware, bottoms, accessories but just a couple pictures of stuff they claim to sale. I knew that there would be no reason they would sell a crossbow. I called phone number and it's not a working number. I looked up the address and nothing came up to begin with. But then said Larry. Com and led me to u. I'm glad I did all the checking I did, when I realized something just didn't seem right.

  12. larrycloth is a fraudulent website. My PayPal account was highjacked with the information they collected. They even changed the phone number on the PayPal account to a China phone number. Not an issue since PayPal will reverse charges but it is a hassle.

  13. I got a paypal confirmation that my money was taken by Samuel Fang Inc. I am mad. Emails do not work and PayPal is also being useless. Contacting my bank today.

  14. I ended up placing an order after Google shopping displayed the item, however, I never received an email confirmation. No response to customer queries. The PayPal payment went to DarrellWilliamson Jr under a Russian email address and categorized as software. Escalating the issue to PayPal.

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