Ooorz.Top Review: Genuine? T.O.P Scam or Legit?

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Are you looking for the Ooorz Top Review / T.O.P Review ? Then you have just landed in the right page because we have tried to provide you the reality of this website to the best possible extent and in the simplest way we can in the below review section. What you need to do is just go through our review and know what this online store Ooorz Top is all about, whether a scam or a trustworthy company.

T.O.P / Ooorz Top scam or genuine:

As we said, we have briefed all the possible details about Ooorz Top from our research and findings after which you can easily figure out whether it is a fake or real company or you shall trust this website or not. Actually, you must know how they are trying to lure people in their website just to make money out of them. But, we know that the scammers are so smart these days that try to make their website look genuine in every possible means but what they forget is there is always something left when you are fake or you do something fraud. So, when the company is run by a scammer, they leave so many loopholes that can be figured out.

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So let’s start with the Ooorz Top review / T.O.P review:

Ooorz Top is an online shopping store which is selling different kind of bikes, motorcycle, helmets, skateboard and balance car like Mountain Electric Bike, 21 Speed Electric Mountain Bike, Adult travel variable speed electric bicycle, 10 inch Fat Tire Electric Motorcycle, Motorcycle Helmet Full Face UV protection, Doodle cartoon motorcycle helmet, smart electric Bluetooth music scooter and so on. Further, there are so many things you must know about Ooorz Top before choosing it as your shopping destination.

We have categorized Ooorz Top / T.O.P as one of the not recommended sites because of the following reasons:

Company Address:

The company’s address and contact phone number of Ooorz Top is missing on its “Contact Us or About Us" details or anywhere else on its website whereas legit companies always provide such information in their websites. This makes it clear it is trying to hide the information, so we shall not trust such companies for our online shopping destination.

Likewise, the contact email address of is very much similar to the email address of multiple suspicious sites using email address such as  Alilibi, DaisyoneShop, TimostShop, DdenStore, TqfkufBeautyJingbao, Se-HunStore, Arthurpicks, Mozirose, Tool-Mighty, CingoGrocery, Huazhoushangmao, Jewelinlove, Nepenthe, JennyIdeal, Mountainpeak, Sinceritty, BestGood and so on since these sites are also using email address.

Likewise another email address also doesn’t belong to its domain name and not its own separate email address but found to be used by other sites like ZkuumShop, Pavoslimming, etc

Security of the Website:

The trust seal logos of McAfee, Norton and so on provided by Ooorz Top on its few product details pages are fake because they are not clickable. However, the real trust seal logos should be clickable so that we can click on them which should send us to the official verification webpage of respective trust seal providers to verify those trust seals. Mostly scam sites provide such fake trust seal logos which makes Ooorz Top a very suspicious and unprofessional website as well as an unsecured website. So if you shop at this site, your personal and financial information such as your credit card information might be stolen.

Copied content:

Lots of content provided on the Ooorz Top match with multiple suspicious and problematic sites. Its website theme also looks similar to other problematic sites like Alilibi.

Ooorz's domain name i.e. Ooorz.Top and website name i.e. T.O.P are different but Legit websites don’t put their website name different than their domain name.

It has mentioned the website and domain names of some other websites rather than its own on its Refund Policy Terms of Service as well as at the bottom of the website and Website bar as well as on Checkout page i.e. T.O.P and Ztuum and but has not provided the details of its link with those companies whereas a legit company always provides its link with other sister websites if any on its website.

Discount and Sales offers:

Ooorz Top is providing unreasonable discount and sales offers on lots of products it sells which seems unrealistic and too good to be true. Hence most of the scam sites adopt this kind of strategy to attract people in their website.

Returns and Exchange:

Ooorz Top has a Refund Policy which is found to be very unrealistic and bogus to be eligible for the return and exchange. You will be responsible for paying for your own shipping costs for returning your item. Shipping costs are non-refundable. So, it is almost impossible to get back a full refund amount from these kinds of sites due to their confusing provisions.

Customer Complaints and Delivery:

The customer support as well as delivery time of sites similar to Ooorz Top is also very poor as per the complaints received from the buyers of similar kinds of sites. Ooorz Top may cheat the buyers by sending the fake or very cheap quality products other than what it advertises on its website.

Our Final Verdict:

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.

Above are some of the realities we have shown you after our research on how Ooorz Top and similar type of companies are doing their business and how they are scamming the people.

Nevertheless, we have come up with the conclusion that Ooorz Top is one of the suspicious websites and we do not recommend it because they seem to be cheating their customers very smartly. We recommend you not to make any purchases from this website because either they will not deliver you the product or will deliver such a quality product that is not worth your purchase value.

Hence we recommend you to cross-verify about Ooorz Top / T.O.P to find out if it’s a scam or a legit company. We really hope you understand our review on what Ooorz Top is all about and feel free to share your views about this company in our comment section below by providing your own reviews.

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3 thoughts on “Ooorz.Top Review: Genuine? T.O.P Scam or Legit?

  1. Also trading as,, (site currently down) and they have now added an address to the sites ... of a private house in Troy, Michigan. Last sold in 2011 – so not a recent purchase –which has been used as the trading base for Chopin Piano Services, and Pete gets positive reviews.

    One of the clever things this company is doing is to find/hack/hijack or otherwise get hold of a tracking number for goods that are destined for your home town – possibly low cost items sold from the site that is connected to the PayPal account that they are using: – and assigning that tracking number to your goods.

    That is clever because the legitimate tracking number will only give a final destination address as the town – not a partial postcode / zip code or partial address, and no name – and the tracking number will say that the goods have been received and signed for.

    In my case, an electric bicycle was ordered – $599 and a realistic discount from the stated $749 (I think, they don't list that bike any more) – on the 9th September 2020. They'd sold out of black ones so I took the pale blue, and noted that one of the comments from a buyer moaned about a delay in receiving it, but that it was worth the weight. All very plausible.

    I was advised that it was shipped on the 14th September and given a tracking number and expected it to take a month. The link to check the tracking number didn't work, but I wasn't concerned because I had other things to do.

    After a week I asked if that was normal. No reply.

    After a couple of weeks, I tried another on-line tracker and discovered that this 28kg bicycle had been delivered on the 15th September and signed for ... or at least the tracking number had. I contacted Royal Mail who couldn't tell me where it had been delivered but could tell me that it wasn't my name, address or postcode on the package ... and that it weighed 811g.

    I logged the incident with Action Fraud and have a crime number, and raised a claim with PayPal, which I escalated when the seller failed to respond to any questions. PayPal denied that because the tracker said that it had been delivered and signed for. PayPal has no better access to Royal Mail's tracker than I do – GDPR is there to protect people from companies like PayPal – and have accepted Crewe (a town with a population of 70,000+) as proof of delivery.

    PayPal have so far refused to ask the seller for proof of address from the tracking number – which only the seller as the sender or the recipient has the ability to provide – and do not appear to cross-reference cases with other PayPal transactions (there are at least half a dozen reported on Trustpilot).

    PayPal insist that I should get hold of an internal document from the Royal Mail –which would be in breach of GDPR – which they will not provide. Disappointingly, Royal Mail also won't provide written proof that the tracking number referred to my name or address – or indeed that the parcel weighed 811g. That is now subject to an official complaint to Royal Mail ... always assuming that PayPal will accept that written evidence as proof positive, and they haven't confirmed that.

    One correspondent on Trustpilot has said that Royal Mail told her that they don't carry weights of 28kg, and I have asked for confirmation of that too.

    So, don't assume PayPal is on your side – despite all assurances – or will undertake any due diligence checks on business account holders.

    My bank has refunded the money to my account and is now pursuing PayPal, who are effectively complicit in this widespread fraud.

    I have also spent more time looking up the bike in question, which doesn't retail at c. $749 at all, but closer to £1600, which would have rung alarm bells as $599 was far too cheap, even for ex-factory.

    I also took the opportunity to look at the website, which includes staff pics ... of people who don't work for the company: it's well worth learning how Google can search on an uploaded image, and might prevent you from putting your own staff pics up.

    This company / operation is beyond suspicious: they are scammers. And if something is too cheap – and don't take the seller's word for its RRP – it probably is.

      1. The least I could do: these criminals need to be exposed wherever possible – if only so that the woefully incapable PayPal treat their customers properly and don't pass funds onto the scammer.

        I have also contacted the manufacturer directly to see if they can apply pressure, because their reputation must be under some threat too ... maybe they'll appreciate the gesture and send me a bike as a thank you 🙂

        Having found these as part of my investigations, compare and contrast:

        shengmilobike com
        kbooa com

        I'd still sooner have the bike than the refund – it's a snip at £463 – and a pity that I haven't got $1700 burning a hole in my pocket.

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