Jisulifefor.com is an e-commerce website. The Jisulife is a miniature, foldable fan, according to the vendor.
The website doesn’t provide significant information about the vendor. The Jisulife collection includes the Jisulife Portable Neck Fan and Jisulife Neck Fan.
The Jisulife Mini Portable Fan is available at Alibaba for $5.12 per unit. The price on the official website is £12.99 or $16.24. The Alibaba vendor is Shenzhen Jisu Technology Co., Ltd.
The Jisulife Handheld Fan is also available on Amazon for $18.99. The Amazon reviews are a mixture of 1- through 5-stars.
The vendor also promotes its products at Wayfair, Sears ($38.99), and at one time, Kmart. The Sears Marketplace seller is listed as Tom Carry in Torrance, PA, which is questionable.
Why the wide price variance?
Jisulife is currently involved in a lawsuit. Shenzhen Lechuangtiancheng Technology Co., Ltd, DBA as Torras Life, sued Shenzhen Jisu Technology Co., Ltd for stealing its bladeless fan patent. Jisulife is basically selling similar products as the Torras Coolify Bladeless Neck Air Conditioner.
Not Accredited By BBB
Jisulife does not have a BBB business filing.
Afterword – Jisulife Scam
Is Jisulife a scam? There is no evidence of a scam. However, there is evidence that Jisulife is promoting copyrighted products.
Why the price variance? Jisulife is promoting its products are varying prices. Sears’ price is $38.99 compared to the price of $5.12 at Alibaba. Why charge consumers an additional $11.12 when purchasing through the official website? The Alibaba price is fair, not $16.24, and definitely not $38.99. If you wanted to get technical, you’d consider this an up-charge scam.
The vendor acquires paid reviews and press releases from various sites to legitimize its products.