High-Spiritshops at High-Spiritshops.com - it is a Fraudulent Website

High-Spiritshops at High-Spiritshops.com - it is a Fraudulent Website

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Do not buy phones or laptops from advertisements on Facebook that goes to High-Spiritshops.com. I did a bit of digging into the company offering the unbelievable prices for phones/laptops ($100 for a $800 phone or $160 for a $2,000 Laptop) regretfully after I got scammed and found the site isn't based in the UK but is a fake website run by Chinese scammers.

Websites or advertisements that link to the 3 below websites are fake web pages. The company is a clothing shop in China!

  • www.shoppingcustomer.com
  • www.High-Spiritshops.com
  • www.kouyiad.com

This is how the fraudulent websites look:

www.shoppingcustomer.com - www.High-Spiritshops.com - www.kouyiad.com

So, don't buy and report it to Facebook so they remove it. You would think Facebook, a multi-billion dollar company, would have a team who investigate anyone who wants to advertise on their website is a legitimate trader.

My "receipt" states:

Internet Payment Transaction Declaration

Transaction details as below:

Transaction Date: 06 January 2018

Transaction Order ID: 201801067568

Transaction Amount: 175.39AUD

Card Number: 401795******0282

NOTE: 1. We hereby confirm your order is successful. The Merchant name will be on your bank bills.

2. According to the foreign exchange rate of the bank, the amount showing on your statement will be a bit difference from the price on seller's website.

3. This email is sent automatically by our system. Please do not reply to this email. Emails sent to this address will not be answered. Thanks for your support and understanding.

4. Any questions please feel free to contact the website instantly.


My bank statement is as follows:

V0282 06/01 PES*HIGH-SPIRITSHOPS PINGTAN 74311318008


from Pingtan, I don't think that is in the UK!! Motherf@#$%ers!!!!

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  • April 16, 2018 at 6:24 PM by an anonymous user from: Auckland, New Zealand

    I got donew. Paid nearly $300 for a phone in February which has duly not arrived.

    I should have known better.

    "if it's to good to be true. Then it probably is".

    Denis NZ

  • March 16, 2018 at 3:57 AM by jmichelsuder from: Paris, Ile-de-France, France


    On 12 March 2018, PES * HIGH-SPIRITSHOPS robbed me of 49, 66 euros by fraudulently using my credit card number.

    In December 2017, I made an unhonored order on the site "https://www.ippelshop.top/" secured with the green padlock.

    Security certificates used by crooks are cheap and even free. The credit card number is easily decoded.


  • February 6, 2018 at 7:00 PM by an anonymous user from: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

    HI I to have been scammed is there a way to get your money back

  • January 11, 2018 at 3:03 PM by an anonymous user from: Eschborn, Hesse, Germany


    Thank you for sharing. I've experienced the same issue as well.

    I saw an interesting advertisment of Dr. Marten's boots sold cheap on Instagram. They cost only around 35€, which actually doesn't really make sense, because normally Dr. Marten's articles can cost 130€.

    Long story short, I realized, this is a fraudulent (I haven't received any articles from them until now) and so recently I tried to reclaim my money back from my Visa card.

    I hope these issues won't happen to anybody else. If you found an advertisement of some articles with irrationally cheap price and offered by some unofficial websites, please ignore those offers!

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