Self-promotion on SJ always makes me nosy, I wouldn't bother to look twice at a site like this otherwise. But I reckon if you're going to promote yourself with a pretend review, then you deserve to be reviewed properly.
And really there shouldn't be a need to warn anyone off a site like this, because it's not hard to see what kind of business it is. But there is a need, because there really are people out there who are horrified to discover that the $175 "Chanel" bracelet they bought (Chanel price - $60,000) is fake and the site didn't tell them so. Or that Apple in fact don't list Mr. Wu as one of their prized authorized dealers, and therefore the Macbook they ordered for $400 will have the processing power of a PlayStation One, assuming it turns on at all.
So, this is a diversion from the usual Chinese wholesaler fakery, in that the site is Indian and the posted telephone number will be ringing on an island in the Indian Ocean should you choose to call. But the sources are the usual Chinese wholesale fake electronics, fake fashion accessories and so on. The site is not a member of the Yahoo shopping network nor has it achieved a top rating as claimed. Interestingly, this wording seems to appear only on sites that have no claim to it, so it's really not worth bothering with.
Oh and if that doesn't put you off, they accept payment by Western Union, a guarantee that what you're looking at is fakes here and you may well never get anything for your money. Whatever you do, absolutely do not use Western Union for any commercial transaction and avoid any business that encourages you to do so.
Did I miss anything? Oh, yes. Some memorable moments from the FAQ:
"we work side by side with the manufacturers to decipher the most exact method to replicate each style"
So here's the acknowledgment that they're selling fakes, as if we didn't already know.
"The Diamonds we use on our jewelries are Carefully selected High Quality Cubic Zirconias"
Interesting, as they're only offering two pieces of jewelry at the time of writing, and somehow in both descriptions they forgot to mention that the diamonds aren't diamonds. Must have been an accidental slip.
"sometimes products are damaged during shipping due to extreme mishandling by the courier. In many cases, if you are familiar with products, you may snap this piece back on easily."
Ah. So that's OK then.
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