ECZEBROK Scam? Another Bike And Kayak Store, Another Scam
During the past few days, Nayzayerz has uncovered a handful of scam websites associated with the selling of bicycles and kayaks. As for Eczebrok.com, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. This website takes things to a new level by offering snowboards, bikes, boat motors, and so much more. However, the prices seem a little too good to be true. Are they?
Should you stay far away from ECZEBROK?
Before going any further, we’d like to turn your attention to the website’s contact information. The website is using LeifKirkyYuQeA@yahoo.com as its primary email address. The phone number is 8188762884. The business is supposedly located at 7826 Topanga Canyon Boulevard APT 231 in Canoga Park, California.
We imagine it would be very difficult to run a business selling hundreds of items from the Elkwood Terrace. The phone number isn’t much help but the email address is. We discovered that the same email was involved in another scam website named coloeh.club. That website is still up and running and the email is listed at the bottom of the front page.
Coloeh.club claims to be an INTEX authorized retailer so we decided to check that out a little more. When checking the website of INTEX, the company lists many of its retail partners including Walmart, Amazon, Target, Big Lots, Academy Sports, Dick’s, and others. Unsurprisingly, Coloeh.club is not listed on that page.
One way to determine if you’re dealing with a shady website is by checking out the prices and comparing them with prices elsewhere. On Eczebrok, you can supposedly buy a Mercury 2.5 HP Internal Combustion Engine for $99 and there are 192 units in stock.
On WestMarine.com, which is legitimate, the same product is available at $899.99. How could Eczebrok possibly sell the same item at such a low price? Furthermore, don’t you find it odd that the item is out of stock at WestMarine but there are 192 left on Eczebrok.
Where would this individual be storing those products? 192 4-Stroke Motors aren’t going to fit into his or her tiny little apartment.
Unfortunately, there isn’t much information online about ECZEBROK. However, there is a good chance that the website is nothing more than a scam. The address points to an apartment complex and the email has been used for other scam websites. Furthermore, the prices are too good to be true. Due to this combination of strange factors, it is best to stay far away from this website. Do yourself a favor and stay away.