Analysis of the website
Excellent trust score : risk is extremely low!
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Nursekacey 05/04/2019 at 03:55 PM
It’s a direct from China website so quality is hit or miss but I have never been scammed using it
Linda Rawson 09/09/2019 at 08:21 PM
The prices have gone up to much for the quality of the items. A lot of items do not work. They advertise prices for items and when you go to buy them prices go up. I believe that is false advertisement. They use to be a good site now there getting greedy in my opinion.
Rleithold1 11/21/2019 at 08:07 PM
Wish is a shopping app that have enticing deals. Some of them are too good to be true. ie. Free! I ordered several products that don't live up to what they describe. Be prepared to wait for about two to three months to receive your order. If you want to return something, it's a hassle to where I just give up and cut my losses. I am looking for apps or websites that are from The United States of America! (I recommend that you use PayPal)
JayneDough 12/09/2019 at 03:21 AM
I thought that I could trust items described as .925 Sterling Silver and ordered about 29 of them. Many items received did not have the .925 mark and/or quickly revealed themselves upon wearing them when the plating wore off exposing the copper. Some required nothing more than a simple magnet test. I will say, however, that the site was VERY user friendly when I contacted customer support after the 30 day refund period and they did not hesitate to refund each purchase without requiring me to ship the item back to China or wherever.
Quality is definitely hit and miss and I agree with the previous comment regarding bait and switch pricing tactic which I find more insulting than anything. I'll order again and again, but no major purchases.
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