Krista – Jul 28, 2020
Victim Location 92203
Type of a scam Online Purchase
I search up Little tikes and I clicked on the first ad that came up and it shows Little tikes name on the top of the page. But I should have double check the website because it shows littletokes.com. When you click on the ad/website it take you to supposedly Little Tikes website. Shows they’re having a 3 days flash sale going on. Most of the items on the website is on sale. Another flag. I still can’t believe I fell for it. Anyways it seem legit, since you pay through PayPal. Once I made the purchase they said I will get an email shortly. Never received one directly from the website. Just received one email two days later after purchase from PayPal. Stating details on shipment. Of course they sent me a tracking number, which they manipulate something for me to show tracking was delivery to me. So mind you I placed the order late on July 22, 2020 around 11:53 pm. And the items where delivered supposedly the next day July 23, 2020. Which when I look at the email from PayPal it states they shipped it on July 24, 2020. Also when I go back to the website and sign into my account I made it shows my order was placed on July 23, 2020 and is still processing. After doing research on this website and finding your page regarding holiday scammers. Everything in that article added up to what happened to me. From trying to email them never heard back. Or another example trying to call the company it wasn’t a working line. Also their phone number and fax number are the same number. When clicking on their address they gave on the website tons of people are leaving review for fraud. But it’s really confusing because maybe one or two of the reviews is for that website. The other reviews showing a different company.
Sandra – Jul 26, 2020
Victim Location 34222
Type of a scam Business Email Compromise
Site is an ad on Google when searching for Little Tikes. Misspelling and makes you use PayPal!
Bobby – Jul 20, 2020
Victim Location 94509
Type of a scam Counterfeit Product
I didn’t purchase anything but I thought wow what a good deal, and luckily as I was about to put my information down, I realized it was too good to be true. The Facebook link took me nowhere, whereas the YouTube and Twitter account link seemingly takes me to a gentlemen’s user profile by the name of David Singer who I’m assuming is the scammer? Though I doubt he’d be that dumb to put his name down that would affiliate himself to this scam but who knows?