Review: MateClubs Scam or Legit?

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Mate Clubs, which is selling dresses, tops, bottoms as well as other various items, doesn’t seem to be a genuine online store. Does that mean MateClubs is a scam? Well, let’s find out either is a scam or trustworthy and what is in real through our MateClubs review here. So, let’s begin with our Mate Clubs review.

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

# Like lots of scam sites, MateClubs has also provided its company's address from China (Floor 15, Unit 1, Building 1, No. 105, Songshan Road, Nangang District, Harbin, Heilongjiang, 150090 China) which can't be verified via Google Maps since Google Maps can't pinpoint the exact location of this address but only shows the partial match of the address. So, it is very doubtful that the provided company's address is real or not.

# Like lots of scam sites, the website MateClubs has also poorly designed which looks similar to lots of scam sites. For example; its website theme is very untidy; MateClubs doesn't let you purchase the items which cost $100 or more. However, this strategy is found to be used by lots of scam sites. We haven't found any legit sites which restrict people from buying more items on their website; MateClubs has copy-pasted lots of details from other websites since lots of details provided on the MateClubs website match with multiple scam sites; MateClubs hasn’t secured its website properly. Since the MateClubs website is not secured properly, so if you shop at this site, your personal and financial information might be stolen.

# Although MateClubs looks like to be selling fashion items like dresses, tops, bottoms and so on but still, it is selling completely different items than the main theme of its website such as TVs, branded desktop computers, electric bikes, branded cameras, dual drive tandem bike and so on at a very cheap price which is too good to be true. But if you browse the MateClubs website, you can't find those items easily since MateClubs hasn't made separate categories for those items. Those items you can find only on the landing page which you can visit from promotional links. So, advertising to sell completely different items than the main theme of the website, which can't be found easily by directly browsing the website and that is also at a very cheap price, makes MateClubs a very suspicious website since this kind of business strategy is found to be following by lots of scam sites.

# 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.

# Actually, these days you can find lots of online stores which haven't provided any contact information or have provided the fake contact information such as 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 MateClubs is a suspicious website through our MateClubs 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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5 thoughts on “ Review: MateClubs Scam or Legit?

  1. DO NOT BUY from mateclubs. Com AKA Matt Henderson.
    I ordered the aluminum wheels and got a tiny Envelope with star stickers in it for my money. And they don’t send an invoice or any payment info after you pay. Good thing I used a credit card and PayPal or I would have been stuck. Funny thing was the envelope came from an amazon fulfillment center in CA

  2. Purchased an electric bike from them via PayPal credit. Looks like payment was received but Everytime I check back it says PROCESSING. Not sure if it's a scam and to what degree. If anyone has this experience or advicelet me know.

    1. It's a scam. So, open a dispute via your PayPal account. Show PayPal this review as a reference. Explain to them everything.

      Good Luck!

  3. Date added
    February 19, 2020
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    As predicted, the seller and website are scams. Per my local postmaster, my package along with several others from this liar have been mailed to 838 apache trail road in lake villa, il., and no one has received their item. Coincidentally, small envelopes have been mailed to this address from the seller and none of the items sold have added up to the dimensions or weights of those items purchased. The postmaster is sending me a copy of the mailing label, and I will forward this to paypal once received. MATECLUBS.COM IS A TOTAL SCAM!!!!!

  4. Definitely looks like a scam to me. I can't verify but I'm definitely not willing to take the risk to save $10 or so.

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