Picksus.com Review: Legit? Genuine? Picksus Scam

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

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Picksus, which is claiming to jewelry, might be a fraudulent online store due to the following reasons:-

# Although Picksus has provided its company's address from China (12th Floor, Kangyang Building, Chunfeng Road, Huangdai Town, Xiangcheng District, Suzhou Province, 215143 China), however, on its “Terms & Conditions” page, it has mentioned its terms is governed by the laws of the USA. Well, why any company operating from China will be governed by the laws of the USA? So, this proves that Picksus is lying about its real company’s address or it has copy-pasted its Terms & Conditions from other sites. Both ways, it is definitely not a good sign. However, every legit online store will provide the real contact information including the phone number, return-shipping address and so on, only scam online store doesn’t care to provide the real contact information.

# Like lots of scam sites, the website Picksus has also poorly designed which looks similar to lots of scam sites. For example, its website theme is very untidy, it is offering products on sale at a heavy discount price, 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 Picksus is a suspicious website through our Picksus review as above. However, if you still want to add your own Picksus.com 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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3 thoughts on “Picksus.com Review: Legit? Genuine? Picksus Scam

  1. Note, this a scam. They don't actually send you anything. They send it to your neighborhood -- but it's an empty package to a neighbor. Nothing ever shows up in your mailbox.

    This is actually a fairly old scam. Just to reiterate the basics: the seller prints the label as usual (so that shipping records show the buyer's actual address), but then slaps on a different address within the buyer's City and ZIP code. The package itself may be either empty or contain some trinket to give the USPS something to deliver to that wrong address. Eventually, the tracking number shows a Delivered status, even though the original buyer has received nothing; somewhere else in the same town is a baffled recipient with something he didn't order (and probably no return address either).

    If the buyer files an Item Not Received, the seller counters with the Delivery Confirmation, and as it is not specific to a street address, the seller wins.

    The buyer doesn't have a whole lot to work with in the case of a scam like this. The reply above indicating that an image of the package label is available is a promising step forward, if in fact it was scanned at some point in its travels. In addition, the very newest portable scanners log their GPS coordinates for each delivery, helping to pin down where the misdirected shipment might have gone. It's not clear whether eBay/PayPal would know what to do with that evidence these days, as the initial INR is typically decided by bots; the buyer would have to appeal, talk to someone on the phone, and get them to look at (and understand) the package image or other delivery data.

    Here (below) is a link to an interesting read about another buyer who was victimized by the same scam, but who actually won out in the end:


  2. Yes scammers. I ordered downriggers for my boat at a to good to be true price and after I paid , never got a receipt or even an email, tried calling them and emailing them but no response, but called my credit card company to report them and then bank reimbursed my card

  3. There scammers in that there advertising Bobelock Bass bag at a ridiculous price saying there real Bobelock bag. For sure there not. Most likely if you order the bag you will be out your money. They are not my bags just took picture off my website. Scammers they must be

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