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"Peerot.com"

Very bad trust score : Warning, only for experienced users!

16 REVIEWS


  • David 01/16/2020 at 05:59 PM

    Its a scam. I ordered an elrctric mixer and they sent a childs sticker set

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  • Anita Goodwin 01/17/2020 at 06:07 AM

    Fraud alert!!!!! I ordered a Kitchen Aide Mixer and I also recieved children's stickers. Don't get ripped off!!!!

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  • Brittman 01/18/2020 at 06:05 AM

    I also paid $85 for a KitchenAid mixer and got kids stickers in a tracking envelope. I used PayPal because I know they would refund if it was fraud, but because of the tracking number on the letter they refused my refund saying I received the mixer. Now I’m going through American Express to try to prove fraud. PayPal should be ashamed of themselves.

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  • Clint Moore 01/27/2020 at 06:37 AM

    I too was scammed and denied by EBay for a stand mixer.
    I will attempt to reach out to my credit card company as well as Facebook since that is where the ad was posted.

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  • Valerie 01/27/2020 at 02:43 PM

    Same result - I ordered a KitchenAid mixer and received a sheet of puffy Avenger's stickers. What is more, they seem to be in cahoots with PayPal, who have consistently refused my claim against the seller. I'm on my second appeal and am about to file a chargeback on my credit card for PayPal's fraud and cancel my PayPal account.

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  • Lori 01/27/2020 at 09:41 PM

    Just received stickers today. Guess that's the mixer I ordered. I'll file with Paypal but doesn't look good.

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  • Dave 01/28/2020 at 05:34 AM

    This would be great information to know a couple days ago, I guess I can't wait to get my stickers

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  • John 01/29/2020 at 05:12 AM

    Also got stickers instead of a mixer. Reported it to the FTC.

    Now trying to get myoney back from paypal.

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  • Gail Gwynn 01/29/2020 at 08:57 PM

    I also received the stickers in lieu of my mixer. I have provided PayPal with a picture of the envelope with the tracking number on it, as well as a picture of the stickers. I also contacted my USPS deliverer and he was able to provide me with their itemized tracking log showing that the package delivered weighed 1 ounce. I am waiting to hear back from PayPal on the final decision.

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  • Hocus-Pocus 01/29/2020 at 09:47 PM

    I saw the Facebook Sponsored Ad but 10 min after my purchase I checked PayPal transaction and saw that is was classified as TRAVEL and no for a tangible item even though the description says KitchenAid. I realized I got scammed. I took screenshots of the Facebook 'sponsored' Ad, the Peerot Website transaction and items I bought and also the PayPal wrong transaction categorization and filed a claim with PayPal. I immediately called my bank and asked to reject paying these two transactions. I also called PayPal and told them of a massive scam going on using PayPal and that they were being used as an accessory to commit fraud by accepting a mere "tracking number as sole proof that the buyers were receiving the correct items purchased and denying the fraud claims. I included all the screenshots of the Facebook page, also screenshots of all the complain reports from websites several websites that are reporting this massive fraud (including the reviews posted here) and also of Peerot online store showing PayPal as the payment method accepted by these crooks. I followed up with daily calls to PayPal to inquire what were they doing about the scam. I encourage you to do the same and call PayPal (888) 221-1161 so they see how many are being affected and get to @ss moving on this issue.

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  • Elaheh Derakhshan 02/03/2020 at 01:14 AM

    A scam and fraud website. I ordered a kitchenaid toaster and paid $86.66 and they sent me kids’ sticker.

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  • Elaheh Derakhshan 02/03/2020 at 01:18 AM

    PayPal denied to refund me for the fraudulent transaction but my credit card company resolved the issue. I will close my PayPal account for sure because no matter how many proofs I submitted to them they still closed my claim at the crooked seller’s favor.

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  • Hocus-Pocus 02/06/2020 at 07:44 PM

    I just saw a new "sponsored ad" on Facebook which is linked to a new online store from the same crooks and with the same Kitchenaid photos . These crooks, just cloned their online store and reopened with a new name ( http://xiusene.com/re ).... they will keep cloning the site over and over again... which is a sub-site of their older scamstore http://xiusene.com

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  • Brittman 02/08/2020 at 03:23 AM

    I finally got PayPal to give me back my $85.99 they scammed me out of. They closed my first case because I said I didn’t get it and they got the tracking number on the envelope with stickers on them. I then told them I received a envelope with the tracking number on it and it contained the stickers, so they reopened it as received but it as described. I sent them pictures of the package and tracking number and stickers in response emails. I then sent all of these comments from this site, I copied and pasted, and any other complaints I could find. They then said I needed to file a complaint with an agencie that could include:

    The Internet Crime Complaint Center (www.ic3.gov)
    Your state's Consumer Protection office
    Your state police
    A Federal law enforcement agency such as the FBI or Postal Inspection Service
    A report to the Better Business Bureau (BBB) isn’t acceptable for this document request

    So I filed with the Internet Crime Complaint Center and sent them copies of that, and attached all these comments again and literally threatened them with a class action law suit and told them I knew people that they had reversed the charge for and I’d talk to my lawyer if they didn’t stop supporting these crooks and refund all our money. They finally sent me we credited your account! I might just close my account too after this ordeal! Good luck everyone!

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  • hermans wife 02/08/2020 at 05:21 AM

    I will file with The Internet crime center, I paid almost 78.00 with a pay card that I receive and have not gotten what I ordered. I can't stand a thief. I will dispute my charges, wish me luck. Talking about owny not paypal

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  • S P 03/10/2020 at 07:41 PM

    This is CRAZY!! That they are getting away with this. It seems as if we have NO real recourse. I also received some silly ASS heart stickers. I tracked them down to a amazon distribution center in Reno. Which was really no help. These guys are good at what they do. Which is SCAM people. PLEASE be cautious of this internet scam.

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