We are undoubtedly living In a Digital world. Our surrounding is changing so fast with new technologies like online store, social media, crypto currency, artificial intelligence. In this fast growing digital world; Digital frauds are also making their place. We are here to give you reviews about websites and products so that you can protect yourself from digital scams. In this topic we will Review Ossare.com –
What Ossarevip.com is?
It is an online store selling trending, fashionable Men & Women`s jewelry, watches, necklaces, bracelets and many more accessories in the name of Ossare jewelry. Few months ago its coupon code ‘XYZ333’ which allows customers to have a 100% discount on all items.
The website doesn`t have any offline store.
Is Ossare Legit?
- Firstly the website has recently changed its domain from Ossare.com to Ossarevip.com.
- This website is new and has low trust index.
- Not available on social media platform.
- Site doesn`t have customer review option
- Also they have hide their contact and address
- Their unrealistic refund Policy – If 24 hours has passed since the placing of your order, we cannot issue a refund to you as your items have already been sent out. If that is the case, simply wait to receive your package, and contact us at email@example.com to return your items.
- There is no cash on delivery available.
The facts we have discussed above indicates that it is a suspicious website because a legitimate site always connects its business with social media and also shares its contact details to build trust with its customer. No cash in delivery for any product is risky. Your money and bank details are not safe in such sites. Also this site doesn’t give chance its customer to share feedback through reviews.
Additional Fact: –
According to FTC online shopping scams are once again at no.2 scams. In 2021 FTC received more than 2.8 million consumer’s fraud report, with the most commonly reported category once again being imposter scams, followed by online shopping scams. Newly released Federal Trade Commission data shows that consumers reported losing more than $5.8 billion to fraud in 2021, an increase of more than 70 percent over the previous year.