Getfuzebug.com, an e-commerce website, promotes the FuzeBug. The FuzeBug is a portable bug zapper. Other websites promoting the FuzeBug includes:
About The Vendor
The Contact Us page provides the phone number (866) 466-2390 and the address 2345 Vauxhall Rd., Union, NJ 07083. A Google search connects the address to American Cargo Express, an international logistics forwarder.
The vendor is Margin Holdings Limited at United 1213, 12/F, Wing On Plaza, 62 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsu East, Kowloon, Hong Kong. A business search via the Hong Kong ICRIS Cyber Search Centre validates Margin Holdings Limited as a private company limited by shares.
1-Star Bizapedia Rating
Margin Holdings Limited has a 1-star Bizapedia rating. Craig B. claimed to have purchased three GXZ APO1. Two of the devices failed after two days.
Gloria M. claimed to have been charged an additional $9.50, which was supposed to be a discount.
A Margin Holdings Limited filing with the Colorado Secretary of State is in the “delinquent” status.
The website was registered on October 8, 2020.
The FuzeBug is priced at $39.99 per unit. The Alibaba replica is $6.96 per unit. The two brands are exactly the same.
Afterword – Is FuzeBug a scam?
Margin Holdings Limited, a Hong Kong business, was once registered with the Colorado Secretary of State. The Hong Kong company has a 1-star Bizapedia rating, but no BBB accreditation. The 1-star rating is related to poor quality products and unauthorized charges.
The FuzeBug Bug Zapper has minimal online awareness, other than paid reviews.
The Alibaba replica shares all the same features as the FuzeBug, with one exception. This exception is the price tag, which is about $35 lower for the Alibaba replica.
Marginholdingslimited.com does not feature the Fuzebug. It does feature the EMF Sticker, Anti Allergen, Plug Purifier, Smart LED Flame Light, Smart LED Light Bulb, and Diffuser. Most or all of these products have Alibaba replicas. Margin Holdings Limited may be an Alibaba/AliExpress dropshipper. But, there is no direct evidence to back up this theory.
There are risks involved in shopping with a Hong Kong-registered business. The company does utilize a logistics forwarder to handle its returns. However, there is no guarantee of a refund. If the vendor requests the item to be shipped to Hong Kong, return shipping would end up costing more than the item would be worth. Then, you are stuck with a pile of scrap metal or plastic.
Extensive research is recommended before buying Chinese-manufactured products.