Solarhaha Review: Genuine? Solarhaha Scam or Legit?

Considering Solarhaha for your online purchase? If so, then first let’s figure out either is a scam or a genuine online store from this Solarhaha review.

What is

It is an online shopping store that is selling different clothing and fashion products like tops, bottoms, outerwear, jumpsuits dresses, sets, men’s clothing, accessories, etc. However, there are so many things you must know about it before choosing it as your shopping destination.

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

We have listed Solarhaha as one of the doubtful sites because of the following reasons:

Company Address:

It has provided its parent company’s name and address on its Terms and Conditions page as: “Aober UK Limited”: Suite 10c,17-23 Queen Street,Deal, Kent, United Kingdom CT14 6EY. When we searched about this company in the Google, we found out that Aober UK Limited has been registered at the UK Companies House. You should know the fact that there are multiple scam companies registered from the UK Companies House. Actually, it is very easy to register a company in the UK Companies House by providing the virtual address which you can rent from the virtual address provider services as well as by providing the third person identities. Even you can register a company in the UK Companies House without a big hassle. Moreover, this parent company’s name and address is used by other websites like FreenalinHugFirst, Soundhey, Prestarrs, Honeylop, SecondPedia , LadyPipe, AnyKis, Allfoly, Oasisjoy, and so on.

Actually, we have found Aober UK Limited is linked with lots of other companies that are mentioned by multiple scam sites as their parent company such as Aober Network Technology (Hong Kong) Co., Limited. We can say the sites who have mentioned these companies as their parent company are linked with each other and operating by the same team. The few examples of problematic sites operating by this team are as Owlhive, Keypepper, Coralinlin, Newbasiclife, Growsim, Teamclo, LukalulaMikoloveHolapick and so on. So shall not trust such a suspicious site for our shopping destination.

Copied content:

We found that the product images used by this online store for its product catalog aren’t unique, so it means that it has either copy-pasted the image from other websites or just reselling clothing or other products. Lots of details provided on its website including its website theme match with multiple scam sites.

Returns and Exchange:

It has a Return and Exchange Policy which is found to be very unrealistic for the return and exchange of items. So, it is almost impossible to get the full payment back from these kinds of websites due to their confusing provisions.

Customer Complaints and Delivery:

The customer support as well as delivery time of sites similar to this site is also very poor as per the complaints received from the buyers of similar kinds of sites.

Our Final Verdict:

On the basis of aforementioned facts, we have come up with the conclusion that Solarhaha is one of the suspicious websites.

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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.

Good Luck!

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