Deception and the theft of your hard-earned money is about all that will amount from you shopping online with Blltb.top.
As the title suggests, Blltb.top is affiliated with over 80 discount retail scams.
Associated with the Support@JDOnline network, Blltb.top appears to be nothing more than another misleading retail scam.
Find out why you should avoid the Blltb.top Scam by reading our brief, honest review.
About Blltb.top Scam
Blltb.top pretends to offer 70% off T-Fal kitchenware.
Blltb.top is NOT the first discount T-Fal retail scam that we’ve encountered.
Other commonly name brands include:
- Ralph Lauren
- The North Face
You can use our Search Bar Tool found in the right-hand side on this site and copy and paste the following term: Support@JDOnline.info
As you can and would see, that contact email has a long history of scam.
Compared to the mediocre scam sites that the Support@JDOnline network used to launch, the scam retail sites they are generating now are more convincing and appear more legitimate to consumers.
Take for reference the “product information” shown at Blltb.top.
Free shipping and returns, 7 day refund no questions asked policy, fast delivery within 3 to 5 days and worldwide shipping are incredible byproducts for a retailer so they must believe the site is legit – or atleast many online consumers do.
Additionally the site also incorporates more information about the product.
Such as how many sales in the past month, does it provide good services, a check box for delivery of products on time, a product video pulled from YouTube and additional product recommendations.
This thoroughness is impressive and appears to be a working scam model for the operators behind these retail scams (since they have been quite successful with scamming people obviously because of them launching over 80 scam sites to date that we know of).
Bear in mind that like all Support@JDOnline scam sites, typically 8 to 20 different products are featured on sale.
Every item is discounted significantly then coupled further with “additional online savings.”
To make matters worse, many of these fake retail scams have started accepted PayPal as a payment method too.
Now this has both benefits and consequences.
The consequences being that consumers believe that the retail site they are shopping with is legitimate because they accept PayPal but that is NOT the case.
Benefits include that PayPal offers BuyProtection so consumers are better protected against scams.
So what’s the problem?
The problem is that these scammers have shown, through their site structure and marketing skills, that they are extraordinary crafty with their scamming techniques.
Take for example, again, the product landing pages for particular products.
You saw how thorough it was, well the same is with their business model.
You see, in the past, these scammers were able to steal tracking numbers from various shipping carriers such as UPS, USPS, Royal Mail, FedEx and DHL then pawned them off as their own purchase orders when in reality the tracking numbers had nothing to do with that consumer OR transaction to begin with.
Consumers report that their tracking numbers report their packages being sent to totally unrelated addresses – there is a rich history of these complaints littered through the web over the past 9 months with this practice used by support@jdonline scam network.
A contact submission form can be found on the Contact Us page of Blltb.top.
The email email@example.com is also disclosed in the tabs located within the footer of the site.
Consumers who have been scammed by previous scam iterations of the support@jdonline network report sending multiple emails to the firstname.lastname@example.org email address but no one has ever received a response to our knowledge.
No physical addresses, reference to a business entity or telephone number are shared.
Blltb.top operates with complete anonymity, like all jdonline scams.
Blltb.top was privately registered on March 6th, 2019.
Previous scam sites launched suggest that these retail sites are likely created from entities residing overseas in various regions of China.
Blltb.top reflects a SimiliarWeb global rank of 1,893,338.
Blltb.top reflected a US rank of 570,552 as of October 9th, 2019.
4.43% of the sites traffic stems directly from Facebook.
Blltb.top poor web rankings suggest that Blltb.top does not receive much traffic, however, the site appears to be picking up traction amongst online US users, additionally, Facebook (a vessel used in nearly all support@jdonline retail scams to funnel consumers into their scam site) is already contributing for portions for Blltb.top traffic.
We predict this percentage will rise greatly as Blltb.top continues to solicit Facebook users with misleading advertisements that promote ‘name brand goods’ at discounted rates.
Blltb.top Red Flags
No Ownership Information
Blltb.top operates with no transparency and absolute anonymity.
Lack of Transparency
Blltb.top looks legit but substantially lacks transparent business practices.
No Viable Contact Methods
The site fails to share a verifiable contact form.
History of Scam
View the list of affiliated scam sites below for better perspective.
Affiliated Scam Sites
Is Blltb.top a Scam?
Yes, Blltb.top is a scam.
Blltb.top Scam Review
Blltb.top is a byproduct of a corrupt scam network specializing in online retail scams.
Nothing is genuine at Blltb.top nor will you ‘purchases’ ever reach your door.
As you can see for yourself, blltb.top is not a legitimate discount retail store for T-Fal kitchenware.
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