Analysis of the website
Very bad trust score : Warning, only for advanced users!
- HTTPS protocol detected. Beware as it does not always mean security
- The domain name is very recent (less than 6 months)
- The creation of the domain name is rather recent
- Short life expectancy domain
- This domain name is linked to one or more countries known for being used by fraudulent websites.
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Michelle B 04/10/2019 at 01:56 PM
I ordered a dress on March 11, 2019, paid $40.00 for the item& to date I have not received my item. I did receive an email with this bogus explanation of the status of my order, nevertheless, I contacted my bank and payment for the item has been reversed and I was able to get my money back. Oh they even go as far as creating a tracking number and ticket with DHL to make it appear real, but it’s not. Honeyalls.com is a fake online retailer.
Hell123 04/27/2019 at 03:03 PM
Ordered 2 dresses from Honeywell arrived cheaply made & to small
I did use the size chart. Worst of all I sent email for instructions to return or at least exchange for bigger size. I got back email in broken English basically telling me ? Could understand but got the jest of they don’t want returns or exchanges. This must be a a company from China or Mexico using a California address. You buy here what you get you keep. ????
Tammy K. 04/29/2019 at 06:25 AM
I ordered a dress and waited for about 20 days for it to arrive. I'm pretty sure they sent it via pony express. I was kind of hysterical/horrified that the dress looked like a shower curtain. It was very poorly made and the fabric was very cheap. I sent an email to the company explaining that I did not like the dress and would like to return it. The response was that I needed to take several pictures of the item showing what was wrong. I replied that I did not want to take pictures and would just like to know how to return. The next reply was even more ridiculous. I was informed that I could return it at a high expense to me. He suggested that I give it as a gift to a friend or family member and they would give me a $10 coupon to use on their scammy website. Who are these people?
Ann Jeffery 05/01/2019 at 01:54 AM
I ordered 4 dresses. 2 arrived today...they are awful, too small, and definitely not as pictured or described. They re supposed to be cotton/linen blend they are a horrible thin, shiny material. I have asked them to cancel the other two which haven’t been shipped yet and I am afraid to see how much shipping these back will cost......lesson learned but wow unbelievably awful garments.
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