Analysis of the website
Very bad trust score : Warning, only for experienced users!
- The domain name is very recent (less than 6 months)
- The creation of the domain name is rather recent
- Short life expectancy domain
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Bunk97 07/23/2020 at 02:06 AM
These guys are scammers!!!! Do not give them your money. They will 100 percent fake and are scammers! They ripped me off
Jackierr 10/06/2020 at 05:40 PM
I found out the hard way that they are scammers. I already gave them $210 via cashapp. I went to their website bluntsgarden dot com. they texted me the same day my tracking number from Mailexpressdelivery dot com. they gave me a delivery date. I waited and waited it never came. the next day after the expected delivery date still no show and the next nothing. so i tried to contact mailexpressdelivery but there was no phone number on the website so the only contact info they had was an email address so i wrote them via email, and then i got an email shortly after from yahoo saying, Failure notice Sorry, we were unable to deliver your message to the following address.
info@mailexpressdelivery dot com>:
Unable to deliver message after multiple retries, giving up. so i contacted bluntsgarden via text message from the same number that gave me the tracking number to begin with and i told him what was going on and he replied later by saying he contact mailexpressdelivery and they aren't able to deliver in my city without a permit, a new law imposed in my city because of the covid19, and I would have to purchase a permit which would be $400. lol. so I told him I wanted a refund the person from bluntsgarden, He replied back we can't do that because we already sent it out and gave you a tracking number. i told him to call me on the phone thinking it would be easier to communicate with him and one of the things i noticed was a baby crying in the background and when the baby started crying he told me he had to go and he hung up on me. later we communicated via text messaging but he says i have to pay for the permit i told him no. i want it sent back to sender. he told me to contact mailexpressdeliver and i said how there's no phone number and the email is a fake. he gave me a phone number and told me to install whatsapp to talk to them, i did. then i sent them a message on whatsapp they finally got back to me via whatsapp text messaging service. He told me the same thing I had to pay for a permit which was $400 and that $350 is refundable. I told him no and to have it sent back to sender. He didn't reply. so then I said where is my package so i can call them directly. He said we... Read more
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