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5 reviews
305 Alexandra Road, #05-15 Vantage Automotive Centre
Singapore, 159942, Singapore
Tel: +65 6361 0889

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1 review
5 helpful votes

Don't ever sign up and put your account details! You don't need to pay for membership fee if you need to order a product online. I bought a product here for less than $10 and then when I checked my account... A membership fee of $88 for this site has been deducted to my account! I've learned my lessons already, buying at Qoo10 is more reliable than this site.

1 review
2 helpful votes

ordered product and nothing arrived
police report against them

1 review
2 helpful votes
1/21/15 is running by Streetdeal, Asia Deal Group, Rivalife Group

Fully online forgery business

1 review
3 helpful votes

The site send a spam mail for $35 worth fuel for $1.

Here's the T&C if you missed it. Read very carefully, before giving your credit card details.

The $1 offer is a 48 hours Trial. To start the Trial we will require you to provide your payment details. At the end of the Trial, we will automatically start to charge you for the $79.90 membership subscription on the first day following the end of the Trial, you will be charged every three months the amount of $79.90 ($26.63 per month). By providing your payment details in conjunction with the Trial, you agree to this charge.

3 reviews
38 helpful votes

First came to my knowledge thanks to an UNSOLICITED spam email (as opposed to the spam you actually give your email away for sometimes). It was graphic-heavy yet generic in content, boasting the usual too-good-to-be-true discount offer "for only $1". At the bottom, fine print stated that the offer is a 'trial', and that your credit card will automatically be charged full membership fees 2 days later, and every 3 months subsequently. Best of all, it ends with "By providing your payment details in conjunction with the Trial, you agree to this charge." Way to make your scam legal.

Clicked on the site link just for the heck of it, and the dubiousness continued. The site was not much more than a clone of the email (or the other way around) and filled with banners offering vague privileges without any details or T&Cs besides the automatic charges to your credit card.

Only for the greediest and those feeling very lucky.

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