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


Are you here because you were searching for the Prettyat reviews to find out either is a Prettyat.com scam or genuine and what is Prettyat.com in real? If so, then you have landed in the right place since through this Prettyat review, you are going to find out either is a Prettyat scam or trustworthy. So, let's begin with our Prettyat review.

 

As per our research, we don't recommend Prettyat online store due to the reasons we have explained below.

 


Prettyat complaints. Is a Prettyat fake or real? Is a Prettyat legit or fraud?

We don't recommend Prettyat online store due to the following reasons:-

  • Prettyat has lots of similarities with a bunch of problematic sites such as KaleSale, Karaboaz, Shopsoka, Koroutlet, Finemare, Superje, AkaiFashion, JoePretty, Cutevana, Ouslily, Chiclv, MolyDress, PearlzillaShop, ArcladyShop, BasaChic, CoronaBlue, etc. For example:- Its website theme is not so tidy; It has listed lots of products on sale at a heavy discount rate which is too good to be true; Although the main theme of Prettyat website is to sell jewelry like rings, bracelets, necklaces and so on, but still it is advertising on social media sites to sell completely different kinds of products such as electronics like Playstation 4 Pro 2TB SSHD Limited Edition Console - Marvels Spider-Man Bundle Enhanced with Fast Solid State Hybrid Drive, Zoom Video Recorder and so on. But, you can't find those Electronics by directly browsing on its website. Such kind of a website design pattern is mostly found in scam sites; Lots of details provided on the Prettyat website has been copied from other websites, even some images are with watermarks; Its Terms of Use (Terms & Conditions) and Privacy Policy pages are completely blank. Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy pages are the most essential pages for every online store. Only unprofessional or scam online stores ignore such pages.
  • Like lots of scam sites, Prettyat has also provided its company's address from China which can't be verified (Floor 3, No. 1325 Mudanjiang Road, Baoshan District, Shanghai City, 200940 China). So, it looks like Prettyat has provided the fake company's address. Since there are lots of scam online stores these days, so it is better to avoid such online stores that provide doubtful statements and contact details.
  • We have found lots of online stores these days similar to Prettyat which have lots of complaints. Users of similar kinds of sites have complained that the customer support of these kinds of online stores is very bad and the items they have delivered are very low in quality which looks completely different than what they have advertised on their website. Users have complained that they have paid more money than the real value of the products. Some users even have complained about not getting any products from such online stores. Users of similar kinds of online stores have also complained about the delivery time and useless refund policy of these kinds of sites. Prettyat has lots of similarities to those kinds of online stores.
  • Like other similar kinds of problematic sites, Prettyat doesn’t let you purchase the listed products which cost above $100 although it has listed lots of products that cost more than $100. Such blunders mostly happen with scam sites. It also lets you purchase items like rings etc. without selecting the size. It has also not provided the actual dimensions of those rings. So, it's very doubtful even if it sends you any item or not since how can it sends you items like rings, etc. without knowing the exact size that you need.

Due to the reasons mentioned above, we don’t recommend Prettyat. So, we have listed Prettyat in our Not Recommended sites list. However, if you have a different opinion or want to provide your own Prettyat reviews, then please feel free to leave your comment below.

 

You can also comment below if you want to report about any online scams. After all your comment can help others here to identify more scams.

 

It is also better you share this post with your friends and families through your social media accounts so that lots of people know the reality of online stores like Prettyat. It will help them to identify similar kinds of online stores.

 

Actually, many people fall into the scam online stores due to the very low product price that most of the scam online stores offer on relative products. However, instead of falling for that, avoid them. If you find something too good to be true, then you should know that may not be true. So, don't fall into the trap of scammers just because they attract you with flashy design, attractive products, and a very low price. Instead, you must know those are the signs of bad online stores.

 


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Comments: 8
  • #1

    Doubting Dufus (Tuesday, 31 December 2019 16:01)

    When I looked at a Harbor Freight Yukon storage work cabinet for $250+ $96 shipping and found it for $89,00 + $5 shipping I knew is had to be a fraud. In reading the Prettyat FAQs, they indicated that they primarily/exclusively used USPS. Fine for jewelry but not for 100 lb work/storage cabinets. I was surprised to learn that they use PayPal. You'd think PayPal would do some vendor legitimacy validation.
    Interestingly, the Prettyat website also misspelled "jewellrey".

  • #2

    Sandra (Wednesday, 01 January 2020 10:24)

    Prettyat is definitely a scam. I made the mistake of ordering a Ninja air fryer from them for $45. Oddly, they took the money immediately from PayPal. Usually, that takes a day or three but this was immediate. I got no tracking numbers or shipment dates from them. They just charged the money. The name on the charge from PayPal was Tonya Allen. The information from the site was all from Shanghai. None of them ever answered my requests for information. I have disputed the sale through Paypal and have notified my bank. I feel dumb because it was too good to be true.

  • #3

    Haseusa (Thursday, 02 January 2020 02:57)

    I found a manual brad slicer for $ 59 that is sold by amazon for $199. Thanks to this the information provided, I did not order it.

  • #4

    Trevous (Monday, 06 January 2020 14:54)

    I believe I have become a victim of scammer, this is all so sad how could I make such a mistake like this, and at the same time I'm trying to get on my feet starting over in life, that was all the money I had so I just gave $92 away for a barber's chair that I really feel I'm not going to get, but whoever did this I hope death on them and their family

  • #5

    michael miller (Monday, 06 January 2020 20:55)

    i got ripped by this prettyat for buying a ps4 for 89 dollers they took my money rite away and there was no order number or tracking number stupid me!!

  • #6

    TD (Thursday, 16 January 2020 02:17)

    I think PrettyAt is definitely a scam. I made the mistake of ordering a Ninja Foodi 8 in 1 from them for $74.99. Purchased using PayPal. I did not receive a tracking number or shipment dates from them. They just charged the money. The name on the charge from PayPal was Adrianna Woods with email address marshallkirktpzo@yahoo.com. I have disputed the sale through Paypal. Very disappointed and can't believe I've been scammed.

  • #7

    Patrick (Sunday, 26 January 2020 10:24)

    PayPal got my money back, also 74.99 for led light.

  • #8

    Ceeba031 (Sunday, 02 February 2020)

    SCAM! They got me too, I'm currently in dispute with Paypal, but I'm not very hopeful that I'll get my money back< although Patrick above in this thread gives me a little hope.