Didnt do my due diligence, sent cheap shoe very different from that which was ordered.
Buyer Avoid at all costs.
Review by Forefront Hyllander7 years ago
dj-wholesale.com is absolutely, guaranteed 100% a scam website. Obviously, the comment written by mark j. was from a dj-wholesale representative. Under no circumstance whatsoever should you purchase from this company. Remember: if a deal seems too good to be true, it is!
Review by Stillian Asbaty7 years ago
Tengan bastante cuidado. Este sitio es una web de estafa me robaron US$371.65 desde el 02 de Junio de 2012, realice el pago por Wester Union en Colombia, el pago fue reclamado en china el 06 de junio, y a la fecha no han enviado mi producto y mucho menos responden los correos. NO COMPRAR ALLÍ SON ESTAFADORES...LO BARATO SALE CARO
Review by Desse9 years ago
please when You want to review a site be true and straight forward, I can't figure out what make the prices of this site so cheap, HP ProBook 4520s XT958UT is sold on this site for $299.99 while amazon sells it for $399.99 after a rebate of -100,
this site sells hp elite book for about 700 dols while the manufacturer sells it for $1200+ even with the use of coupon,
Sony VAIO VPCEE42FX/WI is sold on this site for 379.99 whie amazon sells it for $629, if not that it is scam or fake laptops how come its excessively so cheap, and yet someone just posted heart warming comment about this site, be realistic, cos it saves you of some dollar
Review by Caralin9 years ago
This one has the hallmarks of a Chinese dropshipper and counterfeit goods retailer, even without checking to see where it's really coming from.
The main front page slide show at the time of writing (April 2011) is stolen from the Best Buy website's Christmas 2010 promotion. Not a good start. And they included images of goods which they don't even pretend to sell, presumably because they can't spot the differences between an iPad and an e-reader.
The normal complement of fake web safety and verification badges are there, plus a ludicrous claim that they are or were a member of the BBB, which would be a first for a Chinese company, for sure.
The "about us" page includes a selection of badly photoshopped images intended to convince us that there is a real office and real retail store involved here, which I doubt very much, especially since the same set of photos, photoshopped with different trading names, can be found elsewhere on the web too. Such as at
http://www.newfasions.com/about_us.html for example.
If there's anyone behind this lot it may be Cobo Trade Co. Ltd., which may or may not exist itself, but it does claim to manufacture unlocked iPhones, Macbooks of many flavors and iPods too, which will no doubt be a big surprise to Apple.
Text is plagiarized from any of the many Chinese sites which all copy it to and from each other. It may have originated at Alibaba.com but whatever, it's sure not original.
There are obviously so many pitfalls to thinking about doing business here that I can't imagine anyone choosing to do so unless they want to buy counterfeit goods from some anonymous Chinese factory somewhere that has absolutely nothing to do with this site.
And I am afraid that I'd have to regard any glowing praises for this company with the same suspicions as I'd treat a less-than-half priced iPhone hot off the production line.
Having decided to buy a product here, I went through the checkout to find that the only payment option I was offered was Western Union or bank transfer, the payees being:
Western Union Receiver details:
First Name : Pin
Last Name : Wang
Address : No.189 JieFang Road
Zip Code : 47300
City : NanYang
Country : China
The Bank Transfer details:
Account Name:Ya Wei(First name) Zhao (Last name)
Bank Name:Bank of China NanYang Branch
Bank Address:No.129 QiYi Road, NanYang, HeNan, China
Note, the payees on each are different, or at least different names. Would I trust this? Would you?
To answer anyone asking why the prices here are so low, you aren't paying a low price for an authentic iPad, you're paying a high price for a Chinese fake. Or an even higher price, if they don't bother to send you anything at all.
Lastly I was amused by the "free shipping" option, which costs $20. And wasn't optional. That takes some nerve but they'll go on getting away with all this stuff until you stop giving them your hard-won cash and go somewhere a great deal safer than this.
Review by Kathermans9 years ago
How Can this Scam website be charged or discontinued. its a scam website from China!
Review by Derock9 years ago
No reply to my emails payment was sent and received but product never delivered believe this to be a scam site until they prove otherwise by sending my purchase
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