Review: Romperalo Scam or Legit?

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Romperalo, which is selling a variety of products such as Speakers, Mantel Clocks, Room Dividers and so on, doesn’t seem to be a genuine or trustworthy website. So, do we mean Romperalo is a scam? Well, let’s find out either is a scam or legit and what is in real through our review here. So, let’s begin with our Romperalo review.

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Following things make us suspicious about Romperalo website:-

# Romperalo has provided its company's address as "5 WARD LANE,FILER,ID 83328". However, when we searched for this location on Google Maps, we found out it is an address of a residential farm area but not an address of any company or shop or store. So, it makes Romperalo a very suspicious website since legit online stores always provide the authentic detailed company’s address but scam online stores always found to be hiding their identity or providing a fake address. On top of that, lots of similar kinds of suspicious sites using the same address such as Orgersc, Papertsy, Ditirces, Wovenkits, Roulevrs, Cellulotu, Labelovn, Chokerloz, Cousinator, Mageonc, Conscientiaresearch, Mariever, Upholabs, Numtwin, CameLake, Actorive, Agenotsy, DarrellHartley, Outfityle, Strapelet, Shrinkela and so on.

# Like lots of scam sites, the website Romperalo has also poorly designed which looks similar to lots of scam sites. For example; its website theme is very untidy; lots of details provided on the Romperalo website match with other suspicious sites such as Actorive, Orgersc, Papertsy, Chokerloz, Roulevrs, Wovenkits, Labelovn, Cellulotu, Cousinator, Ditirces, Mariever, Conscientiaresearch, Agenotsy, Mageonc, Upholabs, Numtwin, CameLake, Outfityle, DarrellHartley, Strapelet, Shrinkela, BamuBlue, Galosheno, Duffletta, Hemlinics, Skirteep, Mildewrio, Gussetole, Gussetvamp, Pranem, Zarawn, Lasrn, Whalegot, Expnm, Salecb, Reeboa, Matawey, Amawen, Turkenow, Luckwa, Newmuy, Zaloray, Wearule, Wewmea, and so on; sites similar to Romperalo are selling lots of items at a very cheap price which is too good to be true; Romperalo hasn’t secured its website properly and so on. Since the Romperalo website is not secured properly, so if you shop at this site, your personal and financial information might 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.

# 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 Agenotsy, Cousinator, Orgersc, Chokerloz, Papertsy, Roulevrs, Labelovn, Cellulotu, Wovenkits, Ditirces, Conscientiaresearch, Upholabs, Mageonc, Numtwin, Mariever, CameLake, Actorive, DarrellHartley, Outfityle, Strapelet, Shrinkela, Hemlinics, Duffletta, Skirteep, Mildewrio, Gussetole, Gussetvamp, Suepas, Zarawn, Pranem, Expnm, Whalegot, Logmodels, Amawen, Turkenow, Luckwa, Newmuy, Zaloray, Wearule, Wewmea, Bayozo, Sheinse, Manzea, Sammaw, Morrisoh, Whynboshop, Zrevo, 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 Romperalo is a suspicious website through our Romperalo 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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6 thoughts on “ Review: Romperalo Scam or Legit?

  1. I just had the exact same experience. I ordered 2 IKEA Symfornisk speaker that works with Sonos wireless system. Yesterday came a cheap Chinese kids toy that is not even worth $1. I immediately reported to my bank. Please don't buy from that website.

  2. It's bad. I ordered Samung Radiant 360 R5 spesker on 14th of Jan 2020. I tracked product until it's was delivered today at my mailbox in A0ts on Monday Feb 10, 2020. sent a danm fake Louie Vuitton Wallet. I was wondering how they fit a R6 Samsung speaker in a small mailbox because it stated through tracking USPS it was delivered at or in mailbox. So I and girlfriend checked our mailbox today at 4 45 central time and sure enough NO SAMSUNG RADIANT 360 R6 SPEAKER, which I know could have not fit in BUT only to be dropped off at Apt mailbox, which would've been bizarre to do instead of just delivering at my apt door. I allowed 51US dollar's to be paid when I first ordered but the wallet I received today was worth not 2 dollars. A fake knock off Louie V wallet. They don't respond to my emails I sent so forth. 51 dollars and a month of waiting for q danm SCAM..

    1. In this case, you should 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. Explain to them everything. You should also go to the post office and get a copy of the information for the tracking number that clearly shows the address where the item has been delivered and the weight of the item which will definitely have less weight than the original item. (If you already have the weight and address details, then you no need to go the post office). Show these details to the bank or credit card company or PayPal. People who had provided this information to the bank or credit card company or PayPal, most of them have got a full refund with the help of a bank or credit card company or PayPal.

      Good Luck!

  3. I was scammed.
    I knew it was to good to be true for what I wanted to purchase ( Bose Wave Radio with Blue Tooth adapter) for $57. I went a head a purchased it. I also because I was suspicious, immediately checked my Credit Card info and found a charge for the same amount with a couple of cents difference and a different Store name (Lucky Sim) not Romperalo. Once I saw that discrepancy, I knew right away I was being scammed...but kept fingers crossed that I'd receive what I paid for.
    Long story short, "Romperalo" sends an email with somebody on the other side of the word in china responding to my emails to them, when I ask them to send me a description of my order, and they respond with weird comments. They send a tracking number to go along with what you think you order... I tracked the package from China to NYC. I received a cheap custom jewelry bracelet worth $1.00 !!!!!!!!
    My Credit Card covered me and issued me a credit, but these a scammers are getting away with this, making out with who knows how much money. Plus cancelled my Credit Card.
    Lesson learned.

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