Salecb.com Review: Salecb Scam or Legit?

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

Salecb complaints. Salecb fake or real? Salecb legit or fraud?

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


# Salecb hasn’t provided its company’s address or contact phone number. However, every legit online store will provide detailed contact information, only scam online stores don’t care to provide the real contact information.

# Like lots of scam sites, the website Salecb has also poorly designed which looks similar to lots of scam sites. For example, its website theme is very untidy, it is selling lots of items at a heavy discount rate, 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 Salecb is a suspicious website through our Salecb review as above. However, if you still want to add your own Salecb.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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26 thoughts on “Salecb.com Review: Salecb Scam or Legit?”

    • 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!

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    • They did the same exact thing to me they ask to reship so I tracked agin from China made it to out for delivery then shipping company said it was lost to contacted salecb I did they reply sorry due to high demand the can not reship wanted to offer me a $60 coupon to 3of their other sites .told scam rip off now they won’t email me back after several emails to them

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  1. I just left my bank. Received sunglasses when I ordered dewalt set. My bank has sent it to their fraud department to investigate.

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    • I ordered some tools. Still have yet to receive them. They did however give me a tracking number and conveniently my package has been in holding in some city in China for the last 3 months. I’ve sent a bunch of emails to no response. Pretty sure I’ve been robbed.

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      • 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.
        Good Luck!

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  2. I ordered this product on Dec,5 2019 20-Volt Max Lithium Ion Cordless Combo Kit (14-Tool) NONO48 1 $69.95 $69.95. Which as ever one here is looking for a deal I did manage to contact them via telephone which now is not in service. they informed me it is 15-20 business day turn around.Which I accepted as normal business. Now that I look up the shipping # it informs me my product was delivered in Jan 2, 2020. (BULLSHIT***) I received a CHEAP VERY CHEAP joke of a ring I tried calling the number again WHICH IS CONVENIENTLY OUT OF SERVICE. I have ordered thru FACEBOOK before and received my product that I ordered so I thought I could so again. I blame both salecb.com AND FACEBOOK ( Mark Zuckerberg) whether or not he personally let them advertise on HIS PLATFORM. HE is just as responsible because He and his staff DO NOT GIVE A RATS A*S that we get scammed FACEBOOK needs to SHUTDOWN. If they do not care about THEIR USERS/CONSUMERS.

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    • Since lots of people advertise on Facebook, so it is becoming very difficult for Facebook to filter their ads manually. However, we think they must hire more staff to do it properly. But, still, we can’t blame Facebook for scamming us since Facebook can’t be responsible for any ads that are shown on their platform. When we view ads on any platform, we should not follow them blindly, instead, we should do some research before we make some purchases. Anyway, if you want to get back a refund, 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 or more 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!

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  3. I also was scammed took a month to receive the tools, then when I finally recieved it, they were a cheap pair of ray BAN sunglasses. I am going to the bank to report fraud/scam and hopefully get my money back. Thank you all for opening my eyes.

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    • 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!

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  4. I’ve been waiting for the tools to show up for Christmas, and they never did. I just went back into my email to put the tracking # in again and it said that it was delivered on 12-27 and picked up. Funny, I never got a slip in my PO Box that I had a package like that. Then I put in their ‘webpage name’.. salecb.com.. oh my, several scam pages came up. I read a few comments and omg.. they all received a pair of sunglasses! I GOT A PAIR 5 days ago! I still had the package they came in, looked at the tracking # and its the same.. I’m pissed! I couldn’t believe it. A knock off pair of raybans.. Couldn’t figure out WHO sent me those since I didn’t order them. Now I know.. Hopefully, I can get my money back thru my CC company. Who can stop these guys from doing this? BBB… FBI? Do they even care what is happening?

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    • You did well by contacting your bank. Actually, you should contact the bank or credit card company again and again until you get a refund. Explain to them everything. Show them this review as a reference. 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 or more weight than the original item. (If you already have the weight and address details, then you no need to go the post office). Since you got sunglasses instead of tools which will definitely have less weight, so it will be very easy for you to prove. Show these details to a bank or credit card company. People who had provided this information to the bank or credit card company, most of them have got a full refund with the help of a bank or credit card company. Good Luck!

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  5. I am another victim of salecb scam. I received a ring instead of my 14 piece tool set . SHAME ON ME,thought i had come apon a terrific deal for the tools that i really could of used. Once bitten twice shy. It’s nice to have reliable info that I can put some faith in thank you!

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  6. Like so many others I fell for this low price and neglected to do the research to ensure Salecb was a legit site. Now I have to get my bank to cancel the order and hopefully get my money back. I don’t usually fall for these scams, but was looking for a Christmas gift for my husband and this was exactly what he wanted and needed.

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    • If you want your money back, then 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.

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    • Ordered DeWalt 14 piece tool set for 69.95. Did get it they sent me cheap ring that was shocking to me and I was trying to get my Christmas present for my husband . I waited for it to come since Dec 6 2019 and now it’s Dec 26 and never got it. They gave me tracking number for my order and it was a cheap ring I’ll say they are scamming people

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  7. Look up the tools they are offering. The Dewalt radio sells for more than what they are asking for a kit that includes 14 tools. Heck a pair of Dewalt 20V batteries are $50 alone at Home Depot. If it is a deal to good to be true, then it probably is to good to be true…. Walks like a scam, sounds like a scam and smells like a scam. Guess what, its a SCAM

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  8. The site only charges in U.S. Dollar, Euro and Pound Sterling currencies; these are all currencies used by countries speaking English as a primary or secondary language. After reading the Policies, Terms and Conditions, it is clear the grammar, spelling and punctuation came from a person(s) who uses English as a tertiary foreign language. This, coupled with a lack of company address and contact number, led me to believe this company is NOT a trustworthy and forthright establishment.

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    • I was scammed out of $69.95 on December 9th. I purchased a Makita 18 piece cordless tool set from a company called SaleCb that said it was located in CA. I made the mistake of purchasing from them after I canceled my debit card. The charge shows the name of Glenn Harbor. I received a Tracking # from China on 12-15-2019. So, I said I was going to wait it out until the packaged arrived. It arrived yesterday and it had a pair of knock off Rayban sunglasses. I seen your response to the other guy that had the exact issue. There has got to be a way to end this scam. Is there a government agency that deals with this? Thanks

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      • It takes time for government agencies to take any action since they take action only when many people report them. It also takes time for them to investigate and the scammers always take benefit of this time frame. So, if you want to get a refund, 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.

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