dScarf.com Review: Is a dScarf Scam or Legit?

Are you searching for the dScarf reviews to find out what is dScarf.com in real, either is a dScarf.com scam or genuine, either is a dScarf safe for online shopping or not and so on? If so, then you have landed in the right place since here, within our dScarf review, you are going to find out the complete truth about dScarf.


Actually, we don't recommend dScarf.com and have listed it in our Not Recommended sites list. If you want to know why then keep on reading this dScarf review below.

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We don't recommend dScarf due to the following reasons:-

  • There is not even single information about the location of dScarf's main company. It has neither provided the company's address, nor warehouse's address or contact phone number, nothing. Although it has mentioned Chi Seong and Yutani are the ones who make the products for dScarf, it hasn't mentioned anywhere who are they and from where they belong. It has also concealed its owner's name and company's address in WHOIS. If it has provided the real owner details on its website, then there is no need to hide the same information in WHOIS.
  • Lots of details provided on the WHOIS of domain dScarf.com match with lots of scam sites such as it is using WhoisGuard, Inc. service with an address P.O. Box 0823-03411, Panama. However, lots of scam sites are using WhoisGuard, Inc. to hide their owner details in WHOIS and providing an address as address P.O. Box 0823-03411, Panama. So, this also makes dScarf.com a very suspicious site.
  • dScarf.com hasn't provided the essential pages like "Terms of Service" and "Privacy Policy" pages. However, those pages are very essential to operate an online store, so legit sites will never avoid such pages.
  • When you stay some seconds on dScarf.com website, you will find out lots of pop-up messages claiming some people have purchased the items on the dScarf website some minutes ago from your city area. You can find such messages keep on popping up with the names of various clients who have purchased items from your city area.  But, that's a lie because when we were on dScarf.com website, those names of clients didn't sound like anyone from our city area. In our country, people don't have such kinds of names. Those names look like from USA, UK or European countries, not even a single name looks like from our city area or even from our country. So, this makes us clear that dScarf is lying us.
  • On the "Shipping & Delivery" page, you can find out the refund policy of dScarf. There it has mentioned it can’t take back open products and the products must be unopened and in the original packaging. Well, who can find out the condition of products without opening and checking them? So, this refund policy makes clear it is very difficult or almost impossible to get a refund from dScarf. Do you want to purchase something online where it is very difficult to get a refund? Of course, we will not.

Due to the reasons as mentioned above, we don't recommend dScarf.com and have listed dScarf.com in our Not Recommended sites list.

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Comments: 7
  • #1

    Mike B (Thursday, 16 May 2019 09:56)

    From https://www.engineeredlabs.com/product-page/the-heritage-periodic-table

    "*There are at least two fraudulent companies - www.jinniestore.com and www.dscarf.com - that are advertising the Heritage Periodic Table for $79.00. These are credit card phishing scam websites that do not necessarily ship the product and we are not affiliated with the sites. We apologize for any confusion. If you have purchased from these sites be vigilant about fraudulent purchases on your cards. "

  • #2

    A.H. (Thursday, 16 May 2019 13:43)

    This is absolutely a scam. I ordered the Heritage Periodic Table from this site off of a sponsored add from Facebook. I did not know about engineeredlabs.com. There was a timer counting down to the purchase, so I thought there was a sale price that was about the expire. Within 2 minutes of the purchase I read on engineeredlabs.com that the Heritage Periodic Table was their product and that dscarf.com was not affiliated with them. I called my credit card company within 5 minutes to dispute the purchase and cancel my card. The charge was already pending, but not from dscarf.com -- from a place called New Beginnings Childcare and Learning Center in West Virginia. Even if I change my card number, they can still charge the new card if they claim it's a preauthorized purchase.

  • #3

    A.N. (Friday, 17 May 2019 21:50)

    Total scam. Same story for me as for A.H. above. Also got to dscarf.com website via Facebook ad, ordered, got charged from JEWTREASURE and never heard back from them.

  • #4

    Djuro (Monday, 20 May 2019 08:00)

    Same story. Total scam.

    American Express billed me for MONIQUESBATHSHOWROOMWATERTOWN MA. I confirmed from that merchant that they have nothing to do with the periodic table sales. I am helping Amex to identify and stop the fraudulent merchant but my charge is still standing.

  • #5

    Diane (Wednesday, 22 May 2019 06:27)

    Well, it appears I’m another sucker. Have been trying to contact them for two weeks regarding an order. No response, thus far. It looks like I can kiss that money goodbye.

  • #6

    Brian (Wednesday, 22 May 2019 10:20)

    Super helpful. i saw the heritage periodic table "dscarf" ad and wanted the product as a gift for my son. i googled the product and came across this warning. i will be buying from a reputable vendor. Thanks! Aaved me a big hassle.

  • #7

    Max (Wednesday, 22 May 2019 21:53)

    Welp, I saw an ad on my facebook feed so I thought ok this must be legit, someone must've vetted this. Facebook sucks, first visit in months and now this crap, didn't even make an effort to filter their ads.