Woiefj.Club Review: Legit? Genuine? Woiefj Scam

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Woiefj.Club Scam Alert! Woiefj Club is not a genuine or trustworthy online store. Yes, Woiefj Club is a scam. Well, let’s find out why is a Woiefj Club scam and what is Woiefj.Club in real through our Woiefj Club review here. So, let’s begin with our Woiefj review.

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Woiefj Club is a fraudulent online store due to the following reasons:-

# There is not any information about who and from where is operating and running Woiefj Club anywhere on its website. It has neither provided company’s address nor the warehouse’s address or phone number, nothing. However, every legit online store should provide detailed contact information, return-shipping address and so on. Almost all scam online stores don’t care to provide detailed contact information.

# Like lots of scam sites, the website Woiefj Club has also poorly designed which looks similar to lots of scam sites. For example, its website theme is very untidy; its website name match with other scam sites; it hasn’t provided the required security measures to secure its website; it has copy-pasted lots of details from other scam websites and so on. So if you shop at this site, your personal and financial information can be stolen.

# On the “Contact Us” page of Woiefj Club website, you can find out the contact email address as “uploin.service@gmail.com”. However, this email address belongs to multiple scam sites such as GG.Propoina, Ksdjfh.Rocks, BestWishes.MyShoplaza, BiggerMall.Club and so on.

# Actually, you can find a series of Chievoe and Propoina scam sites which look very much similar to Woiefj Club such as SS.ChievoeAA.Chievoe (Woefiweo)Hot.Propoina, CC.Propoina, GG.Propoina, HA.Chievoe, God.Chievoe (Sieowevn.Club), Weofhunow Rocks and so on. Most of these scam sites have been already closed by scamming lots of people. Since Woiefj Club has lots of similarities with those other Chievoe and Propoina scam sites, so it is clear that Woiefj Club has been operating by the same cybercriminal who has multiple other similar kinds of scam sites. It also makes clear that the same cybercriminal is operating both series of Chievoe and Propoina scam sites.

# 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. So, in this scenario, it is better to stay away from online stores like Woiefj Club which even don’t provide the contact information. Some of these kinds of 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.

Now you must be clear why is a Woiefj scam through our Woiefj review as above. However, if you still want to add your own Woiefj Club 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 similar kinds of scam or even 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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Actually, these days there are lots of similar kinds of scam online stores claiming to sell various branded and non-branded products. So, it’s better you shop only from renowned online stores like Amazon, eBay and so on to save yourself from these kinds of scams. Or, at least do some research before you purchase anything from unknown online stores.

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12 thoughts on “Woiefj.Club Review: Legit? Genuine? Woiefj Scam

  1. Hi I just received a letter from my bank and they said the.investigation dispute was an error. I tried to call them . I want my refund we never got the wheelchair.

    1. You can keep on contacting the bank, explain them more about Woiefj Club scam and also show them online reviews.

    2. Did you have any luck getting a refund? I am currently being ripped off too. Ordered a wheelchair never received it.

  2. I ordered a wheelchair from this site and then I wound up going into the hospital for a rather long stay. I wonder if it is too late now to get a refund . I have not received the wheelchair .

    1. You can report about them to your bank or credit card company. They may help you with a refund. If you have paid via PayPal, open dispute via your PayPal account.

  3. I also am disabled and tried to order a wheelchair from them but they took my payment then immediately sen me a e mail saying it was being shipped and gave me a tracking number. Went to the site and it had been taken down. Called my card and I had been charged, they refunded my money and are going to investigate this reply e mail they gave me! If it is to good to be true just don’t do it !!!!!

  4. This just happen to a good friend of mine. She called the bank and ask them to put a freeze on the payment, so they said they will. Then about a week later she sees the amount came out of her account. Well the bank put the money back in her account. You should get in touch with uour credit card company and they will look into it. They usually end up giving uou your money back if theu find the charge was fraudulent. I hope this information helps.

  5. I ordered a wheelchair and even got tracking information. When I try to go to the site, it has been taken down and there is no information. I am on a fixed income too and was hopeful that I would still get the chair. I am now despondent.

  6. I too have ordered a wheelchair from them. It is disgraceful that they are scamming disabled people on low income. I’ll be looking into this further and look to get my money refunded. Facebook also need to be made aware as they are still posting the advertisement.

    1. You can report those advertisements to Facebook in order to take them down from FB.

  7. I just bought an electric wheelchair from woeje I hope it’s not as scam and if it is they are scamming the disabled! I live on ssdi and had to save to buy this machine! If dcammers someone needs to do something about it! Such as Facebook who allowed the posted message for this product!

    1. Thank you for your comment Fred, I too am disabled and was just about to order one of the electric wheelchairs for myself when I started to become suspicious when I read some comments. I now have read about this and other companies who are all involved with this scamming and I am glad that I stopped in time! I agree that Facebook should remove them from advertising on their site! My advice to you Fred is to contact your card company and cancel this order and tell them what has happened, they may get your money back. Shalom!

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