Analysis of the website
"Fuzzfro.com"

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

2 Reviews


  • DrDecibel 06/18/2021 at 05:49 AM

    Was almost taken in @FUZZFRO.COM. I was looking for a window fan and was taken to @Fuzz from a shopping search. They listed one for 1/2 others. Interesting a "Fashion" vendor w/ hardware.
    On a hunch I reentered their site from a google search and no matter how hard I searched their site I could find no connection to the fan????????? But searching for that specific fan took me to their listing. At best maybe poorly designed site, then again if you are putting up a disposable site, well effort would be minimum.

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  • Dr.Heisenberg 06/20/2021 at 04:58 AM

    I was shopping for a pool sand filter. Fuzzfro had one for $99.00. I checked out to see if they were legit and not much info was available. I used paypal to pay thinking that if they were not legit I can get my money back. Well we will see. It's been 12 days now and no shipping info yet. Two days have gone by after email sent.......no response. I might have been taken in. Be aware..be very aware.!

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