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Online reviews for the website tropellyo.com indicate that it is a fraudulent site that is suspected of being a scam. The site reportedly offers fake items and
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Very bad trust index
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|Domain creation date|
07/30/2021 (Less than 2 years)
|Domain expiration date|
07/30/2023 (Less than 6 months left)
|Owner identification in the Whois|
The owner of the domain name is hidden in the Whois
|User reviews on Scamdoc||
(Average rating of 3 out of 2 Reviews)
2 Reviews / Comments
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Rebecka 01/27/2022 at 09:24 PMRating:
We ordered a construction toy from vittoriadream.com. The prices were decent. My son is a bit rough with toys, but so far this has held up nicely. So the quality of goods are also not bad. Definitely will buy again.
Cody 06/29/2022 at 02:30 PMRating:
I saw a very good deal (or so I thought) on a set of hand tools I needed desperately for work. The price was nearly half of the normal price anywhere else. Because it was a set I believed it was real. About a day later I received an email stating that my order had been cancelled. I never noticed the email and I dont believe I ever had a charge to my account either for the purchase I thought I made or If there was a charge they refunded me. About 1 and a half to 2 weeks later I started to receive texts/notifications from my bank regarding an attempt to add my card to Google, Apple, and then Samsung pay. It kept denying it and not allowing it to be added. Then somehow they finally were able to add it to Samsung Pay after numerous attempts, and Im not completely sure but at the time that it was finally added successfully my bank or a number appearing to be my bank called. Either it was a fake bank/number with a caller id appearing to be my bank and I somehow provided them the right information, or I accidently approved instead of declining the add to samsung pay, or they just finally got it right/got lucky. So they had finally gotten my card added to their samsung pay. I still needed this specific card for a refund and to be able to use the atm so I mistakenly left it active and turned off transactions. (Dont be me, get it over with and just get a new card) So when I needed to use my card I would simply cut my transactions on then just cut them back off after. I ran into a... Read more