Zolucky.com is an online vendor of fashionable attire, all of which originate from “independent” designers. Inventory includes hoodies, sweatshirts, dresses, slacks, footwear, mittens, gloves, handbags, socks, and scarves.
The About Us page does not provide any significant information about the vendor. There is no physical address or phone number to validate the website.
The domain was registered on January 11, 2019, via a proxy.
Not A Unique Fashion Selection – AliExpress Look-A-Likes
There is nothing unique about ZoLucky’s merchandise. A Google search rendered endless results of the same products. We conducted a search via Google’s reverse image service utilizing the ZoLucky Women Casual Green Daily Adjustable Soft Leather Booties. The search revealed the same shoes on Annie Cloth, Nora Cora, Lilicloth, Pop AliExpress, PopZora, and more.
The ZoLucky price is $28.89 plus shipping while the AliExpress price is only $17.30 plus an additional $7.47 for shipping. To get free shipping, your order must total more than $119.
Afterword – ZoLucky Scam
ZoLucky is not affiliated with BBB. It isn’t even registered on BBB. There is not enough evidence to validate the legitimacy of the website. We wouldn’t recommend shopping on ZoLucky for this very reason. There is no guarantee your investment will be safe. There is a TrustPilot review that claims ZoLucky products are low-quality, but even this cannot be verified.
Since the same products are available on AliExpress for about $10 cheaper, it would be safe to say that this would be your best option. At least, AliExpress will refund your money if the vendor does not process your order.
Is ZoLucky a scam? There is not enough information available to make this determination.