Analysis of the website
Very bad trust score : Warning, only for advanced users!
- HTTPS protocol detected. Beware as it does not always mean security
- The domain name is very recent (less than 6 months)
- The owner of the domain name is hidden: check privacy policies!
- The creation of the domain name is rather recent
- Short life expectancy domain
- This domain name is linked to one or more countries known for being used by fraudulent websites.
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Nick Harvey 01/19/2020 at 10:22 AM
Unfortunately taken in by Clark’s lookalike website. As soon as I entered my card details, two fraudulent transactions were charged to the card. The declined notice on their site immediately flagged the site was wrong and it was only the fraud prevention service on my card that stopped me bein robbed.
taylorm 01/19/2020 at 12:33 PM
Yes Clarks EU Shop is a scam site. When I put my card numbers in it said declined, tried another card and message said declined,, but when I looked at my account a payment had been taken. Have had to cancel 2 cards.
Les 01/26/2020 at 02:55 PM
Yep...happened to me too....had to cancel my card and now need to wait 15 days to see if anything gets delivered before bank can go after them ☹️☹️
Gary 01/28/2020 at 11:05 AM
Not sure if it is a scam ? I ordered shoes on the 19th January 2020. I have received a text message from Royal Mail to say that the parcel has left China and is in transit. They will text me when my parcel reaches the U.K. One correct payment has come out of my bank account.
I have been told that my parcel could be anytime between 7 to 10 working days, so should be due any day now...hopefully !
Netty 01/30/2020 at 11:29 PM
I ordered shoes on 17th January 2020 paid by credit card. When I thought about it I phoned my credir card company and they said I can submit a form to reclaim the payment if not received. I have had a message from Royal Mail on 21st January saying something despatched from China...for latest information visit a 'linked website' which does go to Royal Mail with a Tracking No. I will keep my fingers crossed that something arrives soon!! If not I will be on to my credit card company again. Oddly enough I fortunately printed off some paperwork at the time of ordering and it states "We are a UK company with Regional Warehouses in London, Berlin and Barcelona....all orders are shipped from London, UK" !!
meersy 02/06/2020 at 04:31 PM
Oh dear, me too:
I ordered up three pairs of shoes 20th October, heard nothing, then received an email about a month later with a fake address telling me the goods were on their way.
Then another saying they had cleared customs and would be delivered soon - I am told that this gives the thieves time to bank the money and close the site, to allay any fears from the cheated customers, as we think there's something on the way - then yesterday I DID receive a parcel containing a fake Burberry scarf! My friend who works in the fashion business told me it's beyond fake, and is what they would call fake-fake, with the added advice that I shouldn't put it too close to the radiator!
I have been searching through my PayPal and credit card statements all day and cannot find the £86 which I thought I'd paid. I would add that I 'ordered' these up quite late at night and cannot remember which card I used - I usually use PayPal - but if I'd used my Barclaycard it would appear that the transaction didn't go through.
In which case I have received a crappy fake Burberry scarf for free!
The weirdest part was that the address on the postage label, which tells me it came from Chen Zhijun, at "First Floor of Yanbu Eurodan Underwear Factory in nanhai, Foshan, Guangdon G528000 China."
Anyone here live nearby? Perhaps they could call in to inspect the goods for us.....
Oh, and the phone number looks totally legit too (NOT!) if anyone would like to give them a call: 89613516666666
One more thing - the Customs declaration label says, under 'Description of Contents', that it is, erm....."wire" !!!... Read more
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