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"Bladesaga.com"

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Detailed information about
Bladesaga.com

First analysis date: 11/05/2022
Domain creation date
01/01/2024 (Less than 6 months)
Domain expiration date
01/01/2025 (Less than 1 year left)
Owner identification in the Whois
The owner of the domain name is hidden in the Whois
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(Average rating of 1 out of 1 Review)

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  • Mack 01/28/2023 at 12:45 PM

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    Bladesaga is a scam site although very well put together. Here are the details I wrote them. Hope this may help others beware.
    I have waited and my order for the computer that I paid for has never arrived. On Jan. 4, 2023 I checked again on your tracking service and it showed it was still in Los Angeles, CA and had never moved from there. On Jan 5, 2023 the tracking service showed that the computer had been delivered already on December 31, 2022.
    This is very mysterious because you and I know that when I sent my email (January 2, 2023) and when you Lily replied by email to me (January 3, 2023) we both had looked and watched the tracking and supposedly the computer was still at port in Los Angeles, CA. So how did it get updated 2 days later (January 5, 2023) stating that it had been delivered on December 31,2022?
    I contacted the United States Post Office and they explained to me that every International (foreign) package that enters into the United States is immediately scanned and given a US tracking number. They searched for the item and said that my package had never been scanned into the United States, not in Los Angeles or in my town of *****, Utah. We also noticed that the tracking site said that the computer package had been delivered to the zip code of 84322. You, Bladesaga and I know that I put my correct zip code (84321) on my order and not the wrong zip code. It would be Bladesaga’s responsibility to make sure my correct information was on the order and p... Read more

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