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"Tesyhnet.com"

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

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  • Anony Mous 07/02/2020 at 02:21 PM

    I ordered something from them and never got it. Yahoo shouldn't allow this site to be advertised since its a fraud. the Shop app that you should be able to track orders doesnt do anything. I sent an email to them and got a very badly written form letter back.

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  • Scammed By Tesyhnet 07/04/2020 at 08:25 PM

    SCAM. I ORDERED A MASK 2 WEEKS AGO FROM HERE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, I STILL HAVEN’T RECEIVED IT AND TESYHNET’S OFFICES ARE ONLY 45 MINUTES AWAY FROM MY HOUSE, 1 DAY BY USPS. IT SHOWS MY ORDER HAS BEEN SITTING IN FULFILLMENT FOR 2 WEEKS - IT WAS PROMISED IN 5 DAYS. NO BIGGIE, I ALREADY LET MY BANK, VISA AND MASTERCARD KNOW. AND NO RESPONSE FROM TESYHNET SINCE THEY TOOK MY MONEY AT THE TIME OF THE ORDER. SINCE TESYHNET IS BASED IN L.A. COUNTY THE D.A. HAS A COVID / INTERNET TASK FORCE WHO IS PROSECUTING FRAUDSTERS LIKE THIS AND WILL BE INTERESTED LOOKING INTO TESYHNET’S BUSINESS DEALINGS >>>> ZERO STAR RATING!!

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  • Pauleen 07/07/2020 at 03:41 PM

    I ordered two masks on 25th June. I received and email on 27th saying my order is on it's way with a tracking number. At that time the USPS said that although there was a tracking number but the 'ticket had not been made out. Now, on the 6th July the USPS site is saying: On Its Way to USPS
    July 3, 2020 at 6:00 am, Arrived Shipping Partner Facility, USPS Awaiting Item FLUSHING, NY 11351.
    I have emailed them twice with no response . I will update as i go along

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  • Pauleen 07/07/2020 at 10:11 PM

    The masks arrived today - from a Brooklyn address (I live in NYC)!!! so from 25th June until today 7th July - what happened. I had no response from the company who makes them. The masks are rather small - a tight fit and the fabric is scratchy on my face. They are not soft; have a liner in - presumably that is the filter and two breathing valves. They are sturdily made on flimsy fabric. you get what you pay for yes? $10 gets flimsy fabric

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  • MC 07/09/2020 at 07:43 AM

    Before ordering any masks, I am now trying to research where they are made. Can’t find anything about these folks. Buyers beware!!! My husband and I bought some inexpensive paper mask - big mistake!!! Not only where they made in China, they are unacceptable as they do not work as described.

    beware folks. Look into Agenda 21 and Club Of Rome and who their sponsors are. Pretty scary out there. I am beginning to wonder who is sponsoring all these new masks companies as well. Build fear into a culture and ....... I am thinking communism is right around the corner. Please please vote in November.

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