OutdoorsWell Review: OutdoorsWell is a Scam


OutdoorsWell.com Scam Alert! Beware of OutdoorsWell.com because it is a fraudulent e-commerce site.

 

Well, now maybe you want to know why is OutdoorsWell a scam, what makes Outdoors Well a scam, what is OutdoorsWell.com in real and so on, right? Well, you are going to find out the answers to these queries here within our Outdoors Well review, so you don't have to search any other OutdoorsWell reviews to find out the truth about this company. OK, let's begin with our OutdoorsWell.com review to find out why is an Outdoors Well scam.

 

What is Outdoors Well and why is OutdoorsWell.com a scam?

 

OutdoorsWell.com is a site pretending to be selling items like outdoor power equipment, nail guns, portable air compressors, camping gear, tree trimming, cutting tools, lawn care equipment, air tools and so on, but it is not delivering the items after users purchased from this site.

 

You can find out the plenty of complaints from lots of users for not getting their items after they purchased from this site. So, this proves there is something wrong with Out Doors Well and it smells like a scam because these days there are lots of e-commerce sites which are pretending to be selling different kinds of items but not delivering any items after users purchased from those sites.

 

In order to confirm either is OutdoorsWell a scam or not, we did further research and find out more warning bells about this company which you can find below.


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Outdoors Well is a scam, we can confirm it

Since we have found lots of complaints from various people about not receiving their items after they purchased from OutdoorsWell, so we did further research to find out the reality of OutdoorsWell.

 

First of all, we tried to check the owner details and company's address because only scam e-commerce sites hide their owner details and company's location, not the legit ones. Unfortunately, we haven't found any information about who and from where is operating and running OutdoorsWell because it hasn't mentioned that on its website. So, we check WHOIS details and find out that it has also concealed the owner information in WHOIS which is definitely not a good sign because like we have said before, only scam companies have found to be hiding their owner and address details, not the legit ones.

 

After we checked the owner details, we tried to find out the legitimacy of the complaints because it's hard to believe every complaint that we can find around the internet since the legit sites also have lots of complaints from their haters. So, we did further research to find out the reality of those complaints.

Those complaints found to be provided from different email addresses and from the completely different location (IP addresses) which definitely mean those complaints are not from the same people. So, those complaints are from genuine people.

 

After that, we tried to find out the positive reviews on OutdoorsWell and then we got surprised. There are not any positive OutdoorsWell.com reviews on the internet but the bunch of complaints. Although legit companies have complaints, still they have positive reviews too. If some company is doing good, then the number of positive reviews should be more than the complaints. However, in the case of OutdoorsWell, we have found only negative complaints, but not any positive Outdoors Well reviews and those complaints completely match with the complaints of similar kinds of scam e-commerce websites.

 

These days if you find any new e-commerce website with the bunch of complaints claiming users didn't receive the items or claiming the credit card fraud and so on, then you should stay away from that e-commerce website.

 

We have already reviewed the bunch of scam e-commerce websites, so our expertise on reviewing online businesses also make us sure that OutdoorsWell is a scam. Some of the scam e-commerce websites that we have reviewed are:- TheTrendyDealStore, XToolBuy, FineFurnitureu, Pickido, Gamiss, KeysNodes, Flamenx, Mocelli, LucanLorenzo, Imixers, Homeap, KitchenAidfs, HomeapShop and so on.

 

 

Don't go after the deal which looks too good to be true

Another way you can spot a scam is by observing the business claim made by these kinds of scam websites. If you find any website claiming to sell some items at a very cheap price or claiming to provide you a very easy way to make tons of money and so on, then you must know those websites are not the real ones.

 

None of the legit companies can make any profit by selling any items at a very cheap price or by paying lots of money for small tasks. In short, if you find something too good to be true on the internet, then you must know the fact that is not true.

 

If you want to find out in details how to spot different kinds of scams on your own, then you can click >HERE<.

 

Since now it is clear that OutdoorsWell.com is a scam, so we have listed it in our Bad and Scams category. So, stay out of it. If you have already made a purchase from this site, then there is a high chance that this company can misuse your credit card and charge your credit card randomly to steal your money. So, if you have already provided your credit card information to OutdoorsWell, then we suggest you immediately contact your bank or credit card company and follow their instruction to save your money.


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Comments: 28
  • #1

    chuck (Friday, 28 September 2018 17:51)

    outdoorswelll.com SCAM
    if you look under outdoor power equipment - 7500-Watt Gasoline Powered And Portable Generator With Electric Start - CARB Compliant
    6 customer reviews
    $68.82 $846.49
    scroll down to the reviews. They are dated more than three months in thhe future from todays date. BEWARE THIS SITE and do your homework, it will save you money.

  • #2

    News Online Income (Saturday, 29 September 2018 01:03)

    Dear Chuck,
    Thanks for providing additional proof to prove OutdoorsWell is a scam.

  • #3

    Matt (Saturday, 29 September 2018 20:23)

    Chuck, the dates are in there as day month year. Unless 27/8/2018 is a month I’ve never heard of the dates could be legit. I’m still sceptical though. No way can they sell 1000$ products for less than $100

  • #4

    Lucille (Sunday, 30 September 2018 18:03)

    I have not ordered anything from this site but I did order from a site called globays com just like this site two months ago. Same problem there. No phone number or address. Only a email address. Never did receive my order or refund. I wonder if these are the same people with a different name now in any case, I say stay away from them. Instead of sending money, send nasty emails. Maybe something will get through to them. Good luck and GOD BLESS.

  • #5

    Michael L (Monday, 01 October 2018 18:33)

    Seemed to good to be true thats why i investigated and found this out.

  • #6

    Rob (Monday, 01 October 2018 21:34)

    Global plaza is another scam on Facebook

  • #7

    Brian (Tuesday, 02 October 2018 08:07)

    This all makes me wonder WHY is Facebook not removing this from their web site???

  • #8

    Shawn (Tuesday, 02 October 2018 10:13)

    I bought an item on the other site (most of them are same real company in china to charge your money from credit card ). Five minus after I ordered, I went back to website to check my order status, but my membership and order was not existed. I knew it was a scam and I phone the credit card to inform them to hold the fund.But the master card company told me that they can not hold the fund.I have to contact these sit to cancel the order and wait for 30 days then if I get nothing, I called them again to fill up a dispute form for them (credit card company) to investigation and get back the fund from this scam site. Three months already and I still wait to see "if" my money back. I really like this site because this warning people to avoid the this kind of scam. I suggest all of us when we see these sites, report the facebook "scam". If many people do this these scam will be ban on facebook soon.

  • #9

    ken vest (Tuesday, 02 October 2018 12:51)

    scamm, invoice for one price billed more.

  • #10

    PAUL DAIGLE (Tuesday, 02 October 2018 13:43)

    its a scam ! Ordered lawnmower - no responce to e-mails -billed mastercard $12 more than price stated -payment to Chinese Co. EPL*SYSHIYE SHENZHEN SHE cancelled credit card to avoid more charges !

  • #11

    News Online Income (Wednesday, 03 October 2018 04:51)

    Dear Matt,
    It is 100% confirmed that OutdoorsWell is a scam, no need to doubt on that.

  • #12

    News Online Income (Wednesday, 03 October 2018 04:55)

    Dear Lucille,
    Globays has now already shut down by scamming lots of people. And you are right. OutdoorsWell has same issues which Globays had. So, there is a high chance that these kinds of similar sites have been operating by the same people.

  • #13

    News Online Income (Wednesday, 03 October 2018 04:56)

    Dear Michael L,
    We are happy to know that our OutdoorsWell review helps to save you from this scam.

  • #14

    News Online Income (Wednesday, 03 October 2018 05:00)

    Dear Rob,
    Thanks for reporting us about Global Plaza scam.

  • #15

    News Online Income (Wednesday, 03 October 2018 05:06)

    Dear Brian,
    There are billions of people using Facebook and every member of Facebook can create a page and advertise their product. So, it is very difficult for the limited number of staff of Facebook to take action against the scams on time. Whenever Facebook finds out some sites are scams, they remove the advertisement of those sites. But, in order to know either those sites are scams or not, first of all, they need to do research on those sites one by one which is almost impossible for Facebook due to the limited number of staff according to the volume of users. So, Facebook only does the research on those sites which lots of members report to them as a scam, otherwise they don't care at all. So, it is always better to do your own research before following the ads on Facebook.

  • #16

    News Online Income (Wednesday, 03 October 2018 05:10)

    Dear Shawn,
    Yes, we should report to Facebook as soon as we find some suspicious ads on Facebook. We also should do the research before we purchase anything from the Facebook ads. If we mistakenly purchase something from scam sites, we should immediately open the dispute by contacting our bank or credit card company and also should follow their advice to save our money because these kinds of scam companies also can charge our credit card randomly in the future without our consent. Yes, completely agree with all the suggestion that you have provided. Thanks a lot for that.

  • #17

    News Online Income (Wednesday, 03 October 2018 05:12)

    Dear ken vest,
    These kinds of scams even can charge your credit card randomly in the future and billed you more without your consent. So, immediately contact your credit card company or bank to save your credit card money.

  • #18

    News Online Income (Wednesday, 03 October 2018 05:13)

    Dear PAUL DAIGLE,
    Yes, you made the right decision by canceling your credit card, otherwise, you could have ended with more charges.

  • #19

    Mark P. (Thursday, 18 October 2018 14:04)

    Unfortunately, when I ordered a $68 item that I was charged $80+ for, this write up wasn’t available as of yet. Bummer for me, however since, I have cancelled the credit card, as well as disputed the charges. *Pending* of course, in any event, “Customer service email” is always sent back Returned Undeliverable, however, my order status ON the actual website claims to have been “updated” just a couple days prior to the date I checked order status, with the message, “Due to the HUGE order, all deliveries may be delayed considerably,. Items are currently of shipping container in route, Please be patient”
    I’m not holding my breath.... bad on me, $80+ lesson learned!

  • #20

    News Online Income (Sunday, 21 October 2018 14:59)

    Dear Mark,
    Thanks for letting our visitors know how Outdoorswell is scamming people. We are sorry for your loss. Yes, it's better you cancel your credit card and make the new one.

  • #21

    Seido (Monday, 29 October 2018 09:10)

    Thanks for providing us additional information. I ordered a lawn mower and a weed wacker on September 24, 2018 but never received the items. What is interesting is they set up a tracking method where you scan see the shipment process. You reassured my doubt on this. Thanks

  • #22

    Shirley (Sunday, 04 November 2018 08:49)

    Didn’t receive my mower!!!

  • #23

    Yves (Sunday, 04 November 2018 08:53)

    oui j ai me suis fait poigne une chance que la carte crédit va me rembourser faite une plainte a la carte crédit il faut qui arrête les fraudeurs il va recommencer c est sure c est payant

  • #24

    jerry davis (Wednesday, 07 November 2018)

    I order a lawn mover never received it I paid $57.00

  • #25

    Kennard Barran (Thursday, 08 November 2018 14:02)

    BIG SCAM FOLKS.

  • #26

    yildiz (Friday, 09 November 2018 14:42)

    call your credit company and dispute the charge thats what i did .item you order from them and you didn't received it. Trust me your money will be added to your accunt.because mine did..

  • #27

    JOHN TRAN (Wednesday, 21 November 2018 06:47)

    I ORDER A LAWN MOVER NEVER RECEIVED IT I PAID 67.26

  • #28

    Terrance S. (Saturday, 24 November 2018 12:25)

    I purchase an generator from this company and never receive it.