Miracle Watt – Available On AliExpress For $2

Miraclewatt.com is an online vendor of an energy-saving device. The MiracleWatt is a compact device that is embedded with patented technology designed to decrease energy waste, according to the website.

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About Us

The website does not have an About Us page. However, it does have a Contact Us with the address 1624 Market St STE 226, PMB 42970, Denver, CO 80202. A Google search shows the address as a “Private Mail Box” located inside a Denver office suite. This is not a physical address belonging to a business. Instead, it is a “virtual address.” Virtual addresses are available through several sources, including DAVINCI.

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The website is owned and operated by Comeback Commerce Inc. A business search via the Colorado Secretary of State website did not reveal results for Comeback Commerce. However, a business search via the Delaware Secretary of State website shows the company registered in the State of Delaware on July 13, 2020.

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Domain Information

The website was registered on February 15, 2019.

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Not BBB-Accredited

Miracle Watt or Comeback Commerce are not accredited or registered with the BBB.

AliExpress Look-A-Like

Comeback Commerce claims to have its power-saving technology patented. However, its MiracleWatt Power Saver is very similar to the Energy Saver Electricity Saving Box sold on AliExpress. In fact, the Miracle Watt is nearly an exact replica of the Energy Saver.

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The only major differences are the price and logo. The AliExpress model is priced at $1.79 plus $3.29 for shipping. The Miracle Watt, on the other hand, is priced at $59 per unit.

Afterword – Miracle Watt Scam

Is Miracle Watt a scam? Well, it is being sold by a Delaware-registered INC. However, the mere fact, Miracle Watt is replicated from the Energy Saver available through AliExpress does draw a red flag. A very similar device is also available on Amazon for $24.99 for two units. It is also obvious the Amazon version has a boatload of fake reviews, many of which have a 5-star rating history. Scour through the reviews and you will find the genuine ones that claim the device is a fraud.

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Yes, people, you can buy fake Amazon reviews. BlackHatWorld, a site filled with every scam imaginable. While the site claims to be legitimate, hosting outrageously priced SEO seminars, it is filled to the brim with scams.

Amazon is the next Alibaba in the making. How the company can legally sell products that have been rebranded, rebranded, and rebranded is amazing.

Before socking $59, even $24.99 for that matter, contact your electricity service provider to get a recommendation. The customer service rep will probably fall out of her seat laughing. There is no possible way for such a small device to reduce household energy usage.

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Really cannot believe anyone would fall for this hype. These are nothing more than a pile of scrap. If you do not believe Nayzayerz, invest, and find out later.

There are a lot of unofficial websites selling Alibaba products. They try to legalize themselves by signing up for a Delaware INC or LLC and buying frivolous press releases, and fake reviews. What do they have to lose, their odds of snagging a few unaware consumers are out the roof? They are guaranteed to make their money back and some.

Truth be known, Comeback Commerce is probably not even located in the United States. If it was, why in the world would it not provide consumers with a physical address instead of a virtual post office? And, last but not least, why is the site utilizing a Colorado virtual address instead of a Delaware physical address? A mystery indeed!

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