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Does this company actually exist? Or have I paid money to a scam artist?
asked by Lee M. on 1/19/17
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they are a SCAM!
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China websites are full of these leggings and they cost half less than in Lotus. I Assume Lotus are making re-selling from sites like Aliexpress and thats it. Lotusleggings are not producers to my opinion.
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Lotus Leggings are not a scam, but basically steal your money in some way. When you return the Leggings back WITH YOUR OWN money, they dont refund the full price even if it has never even been worn or washed! When I received the leggings I returned immediately due to the POOR and CHEAP quality. Do not even try, I lost $30 for giving this company a chance... so maybe they are a scam
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Hey, the company is registered in China, not as Lotus Leggings, but "Yiwu Moshiner Network Technology Company Limited - China Leggings"

The business is listed here: http://www.manufacturers-directory.com/p-165438.html, and here: http://www.diigen.com/yiwu-moshiner-e-commerce-co-ltd/

The business seems to be registered to the following person whose name is on all Lotus Leggings parcels as Sender:
Mr Zheng, Bei ling xin,
qu, Wuyi, Jinhua, Zhejiang
China 321200
** Tel (?) 15268612176 **

Lotus Leggings have a long history of bad customer service: https://www.complaintsboard.com/lotus-leggings-b123812

Their FB community is censored. For example, any negative comment will not be approved EVER. You can slip a negative comment in under a Lotus Leggings post, in among the thousands of other positive responses, and it may be there for about 2-3 hours, but it too will be deleted.

The company accepts direct credit card payments via their website, so no third party is involved, e.g. PayPal or eBay, etc. This is what allows them to evade responsibility and keep everyone's money if orders go wrong - offer no exchanges or refunds.

The Returns address they gave me was an empty field in North Carolina, with a furniture shop in the background, lol. Don't bother trying to exchange or return any leggings. It's simply not going to happen. And every time you write to Lotus Leggings, it's a different person responding, as if they have a hundred employees, lol. I don't buy that for a second.

The product looks good, but I have to say, the leggings look different to the website, and the material starts falling apart after about a week of normal use.
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5-25 days? I ordered my leggings on the 13th of January and still haven't received them... I´m losing faith in it!
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They exist, but I think the problem is they don't actually have their inventory in house. They have the manufacturer send it from China. It's called drop-shipping. Drop-shipping works great if the products don't take too long. I don't think they are a scam, but their business practices show that they care very little for the customer. Now, I know it is stipulated on Lotus Leggings' website that delivery takes 5-25 days, but that wasn't my main problem. My issue with them was they lack in timely responses, and send out canned responses and fail to provide shipping updates and tracking info in a timely manner. Even if items take a very long time to get to the customer, having good customer service can make that not seem so bad. When a company lacks in the customer service department, deletes and ignores negative reviews and comments, and acts like they don't care, it ruins their reputation. It tells me they are only about volume first time sales, and don't care about repeat business.
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