Norm E.Have you consider that it takes 1-3 weeks of shipping? or maybe Chinese near year -> Break? Anyways do you have your item now? If not did you get your money back? BTW you have to know which group of people you're buying it from since there are hundreds of different sellers
raymon h.It's already one and a half month passed, also the sight doesn't exist anymore, and the guy doesn't answer anymore after he took the money.
The diytrade.com is # 1 scam, they host anyone without verifying even if the business exists or not.
Norm E.Um, with all due respect, I'm staring at the site right now. They've also encorporated informatino regarding their history as eBigChina here look:
Also its like i said before, there are multiple sellers out there, you probably just didn't check the background of your seller. As clients/buyers, we have to check out if the seller is reliable - not the site. Similarly like ioffer.com
You should file a complain to the site management and not the seller, b/c anyone can make an account and impersonate as a salesman.
James K.I recently purchased 2 iphones from a company listed on Diytrade.com. One iphone 4 32GB at 220 USD and one iphone 4s 64GB at 390 USD. I was also advised that having spent over $500 USD that I would receive a free gift of a Sony PS3. I sent 610 USD by Western Union and all I have received are 2 headphones which I did not order.
I had previously been in the process of making a purchase from another supplier on the same site and the bank fortunately cancelled the transaction because they had already received numerous complaints.I went to great pains to check everything out and was still scammed. I have tried the sales dept and customer services and even tried the head office Weiyi Trading Co ltd who incidentally have a huge internet presence and have had no response from anyone.
jan b.James K., I wonder what you "checked out"? It's well known that all Chinese sites that sell iPhones or iPads/iPods are scams and that you never receive what you ordered. Nobody did so far. This also also not HUGE companies, that are small firms or individual scammers and they never use a registered company.
Never ever buy any expensive stuff in China, you WILL get cheated!
James K.Unfortunately it was not well known to me. I also did this against the advice of my wife so not only did the scam hurt but so to are my ears. Trying to be careful I checked out their company registration which they sent to me and their registered address and I also looked up their Legal Councel and the main name they use Weiyi Trading Co Ltd is apparently yet another company who stated their Internet site is weiyitech.com also listed on diytrade and Alibaba etc; and not weitrade.com go figure. It aslo seems apparent that as soon as they reel in customers on diytrade.com they remove their listing. It is quite sofisticated especially the tracking info they sent to me to build my confidence, they actually sent me 2 sets of Monster headphones obviously a lot less expensive than the iphones but it did draw me further into the scam.
jessy y.hi i want to confirm if this site is a scammer? coz im planing to orders lot of shoes they selling...then suddenly i was go check if this company is a scammer? i reed a lot of complaints and they telling not to trust this DIYtrading.com please help me to figuire out thanks=) Godbless
raymon h.From my experience, and if I am in your shoes I won't try it again.
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