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"Tipetapeco.com"

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

9 REVIEWS


  • Alex 11/08/2019 at 02:00 PM

    This is definitely a scam site. They are marketing Peak Design travel tripod at ridiculous low price and the product isnt even launched by Peak Design yet. I know this because I am signed up for one through Kickstarter.

    Peak Design have been informed that this is a fraudulent website who are posting on multiple platforms eg Instagram

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  • LR 11/13/2019 at 12:31 PM

    There ist a very high probability, that This Website makes öfters, which are Not in accordance with law regulations. I known from a friend, who Gas paid for two tripods from Peak Design and the Delivery IS Not trackable.

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  • GGC 11/13/2019 at 05:05 PM

    Believe there is a near 100% certainty this site is a scam
    a) advertised goods which are not shipping from the manufacturer yet, at crazy low price (Peak Design Tripod)

    b) Supplied China Post tracking numbers which are not valid in response to order being placed.

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  • Andre 11/15/2019 at 04:54 PM

    SCAM WEBSITE
    Ordered a peak design tripod. The tracking code I get is still invalid after 5 days. Mail is not answered after 3 days.

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  • rodrigo 11/19/2019 at 11:09 PM

    Ordered 2 wireless headphones, got a cheap ass plastic holder, scam website.

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  • Julian 11/27/2019 at 06:11 AM

    Definitely this site is a scam. They put Peak Design Tripod photos and videos in their Instagram commercial and guess what, what they delivered is a trash.

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  • dannymac 11/27/2019 at 09:54 PM

    Yup. I'm a fool. It was an unbelievable deal, and I paid $40 for a toy tripod that would be overpriced at $10. And of course, the tipetapeco.com website's 'contact us' form won't submit ("Error. Try again later.") And, emails to them immediately bounce. So there's no hope of a refund. What's really the most annoying part of this is that there's no way (that I can find) to get any action from Instagram, which gladly took money to run their fraudulent ads. I'm planning on learning a lesson or two: If it's too good to be true, it's probably not true. AND: do some research before buying from an unknown source (esp. if it's not in your country).

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  • Anonymus_Ashley 11/29/2019 at 04:32 PM

    I ordered two professional photo tripods from here:
    https://tipetapeco.com/products/travel-tripod-buy-two-global-free-shipping/
    The delivered goods have absolutely nothing to do with the Peakdesign tripods advertised.
    They should be ashamed to cheat people so cold-heartedly.
    They have indicated in their shop that these are professional devices and that they therefore cost a corresponding price.
    The tripods you sent me are the cheapest 0,00 Euro plastic scrap.

    How can they believe that this will go unnoticed by the customer? They have to be crazy to do that. I will immediately follow their activities and warn at ALL social channels that they are a fraud!
    I have no respect for cheats like them!

    I despise their fraudulent sales policy!

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  • Anonymus_Ashley 12/06/2019 at 02:55 PM

    RÜCKVERSAND wird angeboten um das Geld zurückzubekommen - aber Rückversand kostet über 40 Euro!!! Scheiß Chinesen Betrüger Fake Fuck Seite! Schlizuaugenscheiße verdammte!

    RETURN is offered to get the money back - but RETURN costs over 40 Euros!!! Shit Chinese cheater fake fuck page! Chink-eye shit, damn it!

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