Valicci.com is an e-commerce jewelry vendor. The Valicci collection includes bracelets, rings, and chains.
About The Vendor
There is no information about the vendor. No, About Us page and the Contact Us page did not have any content.
The Refund Policy shows the vendor utilizes the physical address 7319 Matthews Mint Hill Rd., Suite I #931, Mint Hill, North Carolina 28227. A Google search shows the is an office building. The actual suite number did not appear in the search.
The website was registered on April 13, 2021.
Valicci is not accredited by or registered with the BBB.
No Facebook Page
Valicci does not have a Facebook page, which could be contributed to the newness of the website. It was only registered recently, less than two weeks ago.
The Valicci collection is available on AliExpress. For example, the Valicci Fugarati Cuban Link is priced at $150. The AliExpress is available for $0.01 each. Another example is the Valicci Valsio Stone Bracelet is priced at $150. The AliExpress price starts at $0.90 each.
Afterword – Valicci Overhaul Scam
Is Valicci a scam? Valicci scam!
Valicci is a new website of only two weeks. The physical address provided is invalid. This is very common with unofficial websites. The vendor will opt to utilize an invalid or virtual mailbox address. In this case, the vendor chose an invalid address.
The Valicci collection is available via AliExpress. What does this say about Valicci? It says the vendor is probably an AliExpress dropshipper. In addition to the fraudulent dropshipping tactic, the vendor has increased prices by 150%+.
If you are familiar with products sold on Alibaba and AliExpress, you know they have a high potential of being of poor quality. Chinese manufacturers mass-produce their products, utilizing low-quality materials. Now, this is not to say, all products promoted by AliExpress are low-quality.
When you consider the potential low-quality and the 150% markup, it just isn’t fair to deceive American consumers in this manner. It isn’t fair to deceive any consumer by charging $150 for a $1-necklace, bracelet, or ring.