Review | Viral Facebook Lego Scam!

Avoid the IToyStudio ( scam plaguing the Facebook marketplace!

Created less than a month ago, is a fake discount Lego retailer that pretends to be offering up to 97% off select Lego building sets.

Lego sets once retailing for £270.49 and £142.09 can be found marked down to £9.29 and £12.49 – can you say too good to be true?

However, it doesn’t stop there! Oh no, not even close!

The operators behind IToyStudio are also responsible for over 60 SCAM discount retail sites that we’ve know of to date.

To learn more regarding the IToyStudio Scam along with what measures you should employ if you have been scammed we invite you to read our investigative review!

About IToyStudio is a FAKE Lego retail site.

Contracting ALL of their traffic from Facebook, IToyStudio is a viral Facebook scam looking to deceive and fleece innocent consumers out of their hard-earned money.

Don’t let their ‘online sales’ fool you.

They are just empty promises geared with the intentions of making your more susceptible for falling for their retail trap.

All of the Lego building sets featured ‘on sale’ reflect savings ranging between 80% to 97% off.

Perhaps you are familiar with the following adage: If it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is!

Well my friends, IToyStudio, is the epitome of that adage.

Like every SINGLE one of the fake discount scams launched by this masked scam network, IToyStudio operates with blatant anonymity.

There is no About Us page, no verifiable ownership information or any intel regarding how the IToyStudio operation was incepted.

Contacting IToyStudio

When you navigate to the Contact Us page of you are disclosed the following contact methods:


Russell Pl, Brighton BN1 2TF, UK

Phone: +44 1273 772688

Fax: +44 1273 772688

Email: Support@JdOnline.Info

When you search the said address of IToyStudio it appears to be the an address for a Lego store based out of Brighton, England.

After cross-referencing the telephone and fax number (identical numbers) along with their hours of operation with the Brighton, England Lego store it became quickly apparent that the they did not match.

It should be noted too that Lego has no affiliation what-so-ever with

As you will see for yourself below, the operators behind these fake discount scams have made it a speciality of theirs to create fake retail sites that target name brands, Lego is the 16th name brand that we’ve seen targeted to date.

IToyStudio Contact Us Methods.

Affiliated Scams

The operators behind these fraudulent discount sites are varying their retail scams by diversifying and merging into other retail niches.

When these operators first started their scam sites they appeared as generic scam sites that pretended to retail hundreds of discounted consumer goods, gadgets and various knick-knacks.

However, over the past few months, we believe the operators have not only found it more effective but less time consuming (enabling them to create more scam sites) to target reputable name brands and pretend to offer huge ‘sales’ on those name brand goods.

Shared below is the complete list of retail scams that we we know to be affiliated with IToyStudio and the Support@JDOnline Network:

  11. AsicsBuy.Club
  12. WaShoes.Club
  13. GlamourShoes.Club
  14. ZaShoes.Club
  15. BasicBag.Club
  16. GarminLive.Club
  17. HexPress.Shop
  18. GoodTop.Shop
  19. ZZPlus.Shop
  20. BTMD.Online
  26. ToClassic.Top
  34. RebookClassic99.Top
  42. ElectronicsStoreT.Me
  43. ElectronicsShope.Me

Targeted Name Brands

  1. HP
  2. Nike
  3. Vans
  4. Lego
  5. T-Fal
  6. Keen
  7. Yeezy
  8. Adidas
  9. Garmin
  10. RayBan
  11. Salomon
  12. Converse
  13. Air Jordan
  14. Birkenstock
  15. Ralph Lauren
  16. The North Face

Shipping, Returns & Refunds

Orders are said to be delivered with DHL Express within 2 to 3 business days.

No reference to a processing time is disclosed nor is there any information relating to refunds or exchange policies.

Obviously their shipping times are preposterous considering the fact that they guarantee delivery time within 3 business days and are allegedly based out of the UK.

However, as we have made more than clear to you, IToyStudio is not affiliated with Lego in any way, shape or form.

IToyStudio ‘Lego Building Sets’ On Sale.

Popularity was privately registered on June 18th, 2019.

According to SimilarWeb, reflected an Australia rank of 719,878 as of July 14th, 2019 while 100% of their traffic stems entirely from Facebook.

It has been well-known for a couple of months now that the operators behind these fake discount sites rely almost entirely upon social media outlets to funnel unsuspecting consumers into their marketplace, IToyStudio is no different as you can see.

IToyStudio SimilarWeb Report. – Scam or Legit? is a FAKE discount ‘Lego’ scam.

IToyStudio Scam Review

IToyStudio operates with blatant anonymity and offers online savings that reside deep within the realm of being too good to be true.

Created by a notorious scam network responsible for over 60 discount retail scams just goes to show you how illegitimate of a ‘retailer’ that IToyStudio is.

If you have been scammed we advise you follow some of the steps shared below while sharing your insight with us to warn others regarding your experiences.

Outcome: IToyStudio is a Scam!

Blacklisted Site: IToyStudio

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One thought on “ Review | Viral Facebook Lego Scam!

  • July 17, 2019 at 10:02 am

    I noticed just as I had put my details into this website. I cancelled my card straight away but they still took the money out of my account today. What do I do now?


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