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Scam Alert :: Jason Yang from Shenzhen Luckycloud Technology Co., Ltd.

Discussion in 'Bad Supplier Experiences' started by jigoe213, Mar 10, 2016.

  1. jigoe213

    jigoe213

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    *********SCAM*********

    I want all fellow wholesales and business's importing from China to be aware of this company. I was in discussion with them for many days in order to get a feel for them. After giving me his best sales pitch , he convinced me that all of the products he sells are original and he has been doing business for such a long time that he is a legitimate company.

    Long story short, I told him I would only pay paypal especially being that it was advertised on his alibaba page that he accepts paypal. He came up with a whole story on why his paypal is not working and so reluctantly I ended up sending him money western union. I am sure all of you know where this story leads.

    Right after the money was sent, all communication was lost with this man. Every call, every email and every message I sent him was ignored. He blocked me from Whatsapp and I still have not heard from him again. Its been about 3 weeks and so far no word. Please avoid this company by all means. Jason yang is a scammer and his company is just a front for a one man scam shop. Below is his information. After doing some further research on this person, I found out that a domain registered to him is being seeked out by the US government for trademark infringement. PM for further information on this man and scam company:

    Shenzhen Luckycloud Technology Co., Ltd.
    501, Unit 2, Bldg. 9, Dayun Chengbang, Fenggang Town, Dongguan, Guangdong, China (Mainland)
    ***************************
    Phone: +0086-13480983345
    Skype: buyfromjason
    email: ************************
    QQ:12433243


    He also has a website registered to him by the name of : alinewbuy
  2. jigoe213

    jigoe213

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  3. beacon hill

    beacon hill

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    Sorry to hear this
    As always, proves you need to do further research before purchase and not after.
    Telling you pay pal was not working and pay by W/U should have made you run
    away and not pay

    Where they brand names from China BTW. This would have been another reason not to purchase
  4. IMEX Sourcing Services

    IMEX Sourcing Services

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    Hi,

    Thanks for sharing. When dealing with foreign companies it is very critical to perform due diligence. It is essential to perform adequate diligence on potential suppliers. The information provided by a potential supplier on its website and other media channels is a good start, but you need to verify whether a supplier in fact exists and is what it claims to be.

    We normally help verify suppliers in China, & Thailand and could help with your verification needs as we offer various verification services from off-site verification to a much more extensive factory audits.

    Cheers,
    Liz
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