Is "Super Savingz" an Untrustworthy Website?

"Super Savingz" at is an untrustworthy company. The physical address, Digital Ad Works LTD, Rourke House, Watermans Business Park, Staines TW18 3BA, United Kingdom, is the same for several online shopping websites that share the exact same layout selling the exact same products. Hope that someone on the UK already raised a complaint with the proper authorities.

Is Super Savingz an Untrustworthy Website?

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Digital Ad Works LTD, Rourke House, Watermans Business Park, Staines TW18 3BA, United Kingdom.

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July 26, 2019 at 6:57 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Madrid, Community of Madrid, Spain

The same happened to me last November when I ordered stove covers for $4,95 and 5 months later I realized they had made charges during 5 months, the first €52,48 and the following months for €8,54. When I wrote to them for explanations they claimed I had agreed to a membership, which is completely untrue.

They refused to reimburse me. I have denounced the charges to my bank and placed a report at the police station. This is downright FRAUD! They should be locked up!


July 23, 2019 at 7:37 AM by
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an anonymous user from: Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria

Super Savings, just scammed me.I ordered a waist trainer 7th of Just and immediately noticed that I was charged $45.00 for a vip membership (I did not agree to) and $1.95 for shipping - when I called the company the phone is fake,I never agreed to the $45 membership fee (no). please refund my money - what!?

I ordered a waist trainer yesterday and immediately noticed that I was charged $45.00 for a vip membership (I did not agree to) and $1.95 for shipping - when I called the company they told me that 'I agreed to the $45 membership fee (no) and that they would only be allowed to issue a partial refund of $10.00 - what!?


June 12, 2019 at 8:54 AM by
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an anonymous user from: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

I got scammed too. Bought a pancake silicon tray that was being offered with just shipping at US$1.95. On completion of order, it stated total as US$1.95. Credit card shows an additional membership charge of US$45! The selling price of the pancake mould in $20. But now it had cost me more than double! What a scam. And they continue to get away with it.


June 9, 2019 at 5:32 AM by
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an anonymous user from: Cheltenham, England, United Kingdom

This company operates under 3 names- Super Savingz,Gadget Shop,and Legacy Shop. In my dispute with them,where they tried to get out of refunding the £45 they fraudulently took from me,they started off by saying they would refund 25% as a “goodwill gesture”. I refused,and demanded a full refund,sending them a screenshot of their email to me that stated I had 24 hours to cancel to be entitled to a refund. They then offered 50% refund.

I again rejected this and informed them that unless I received a full refund, I would be putting them on blast all over social media,and reporting them to the Better Business Bureau. I was then told I would receive my full refund,and an email came through verifying a refund had been given. I then later received an email from them with a reference number and confirming my refund.

Interestingly,the phone number given for customer service in the receipt isn’t a working number. The email was,thankfully,and the phone number in the reply did work,so I phoned them as they were not replying to my email saying 25% was not acceptable and I demanded 100% as stated In their refund guidelines.


June 8, 2019 at 9:18 AM by
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an anonymous user from: Roseau, Saint George, Dominica

I too have fallen victim to this scam site. I ordered a waist trainer which was advertised at $1.95 for shipping only. I proceeded to check out and my total showed as $1.95. Later I received an email stating I was charged $45 for VIP Membership.

I called customer service and this man wanted to have me running around. I demanded a full refund and also that they cancel the order.

These people have the guts to say that I can't get a full refund (like I want to have anything to do with them). I argued with the rep and I received an email saying that I would be refunded $45.00. I am waiting to ensure that I get a refund or I'll be taking further steps.


June 5, 2019 at 3:02 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Altamonte Springs, Florida, United States

I ordered a waist trainer yesterday and immediately noticed that i was charged $45.00 for a vip membership (i did not agree to) and $1.95 for shipping - when i called the company they told me that 'i agreed to the $45 membership fee (no) and that they would only be allowed to issue a partial refund of $10.00 - what!?!?!?

I paid $45 how in the h**l is it fair to refund me $10? I was hung up on twice when i was told i was getting transferred to a supervisor as well. This was my final email today after they again refused to refund me my money -

I have never been so dissatisfied with the so called customer service of this company - i could care less less that i had the option before i was charged, in any case the fact that your website and faq page says that i have the right to receive a full refund (not partial) and i think if that is what is listed on your website, you should honor what you say on your website.

Apparently your company thinks it is ok to take peoples money and to force them into a vip membership - i do not want nothing from your company, keep your product and your vip membership and give me back what i paid. - $45.00


May 29, 2019 at 10:20 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Bought a moon lamp in early May for $4.95 (Just the postage price as the lamp was free). Got Confirmation email stating that I had also joined their VIP club which I never agreed to do I cancelled strait away. Sent countless emails but no reply so contacted my credit card company and luckily got a full refund after being charged $63.46.

Received the moon light today, load of rubbish! In the ad it looked quite big and came with a wooden stand, well it is about the size of a baseball, no wooden stand and looks nothing like the picture in the ad plus doesn't work! Total scam!


May 29, 2019 at 9:47 AM by
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an anonymous user from: Pontiac, Michigan, United States

I too ordered the opal ring the first part of March. I have not received it I have spoken a number of times to this company. They were to be in touch with me by email and never received anything. I talked again today and they said I was deleted from ordering which is NOT true I didn't cancel anything. I am supposed to receive a refund which I hope they do because this is obviously a scam company according to the website.

If it is not refunded I will contact the Better Business Bureau and have the public know this is a scam site so no one will order from it. I will also go to my News Channel 3 problem solvers and they will make it to the news media.


May 17, 2019 at 2:12 PM by
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an anonymous user from: St Louis, Missouri, United States

They auto-enrolled me in their "subscription" so that I would have the pleasure of buying their junk again in the future. In three months I was charged $90.00 when I only thought I was buying a one-time $10.00 item. They did close it immediately when I told them to though, but I won't be getting my money back.


May 4, 2019 at 10:31 AM by
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an anonymous user from: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, United States

I canceled my order way within the allotted time and they insisted that I must pay the shipping and handling charges!

I said there was no way I am paying shipping and handling charges on an item I have canceled!

They originally tacked on an additional charge of $40 for a VIP membership that I never agreed to.

I will say they cancelled that but still insisted I needed to pay the shipping and handling charges.

I have contacted my bank and am disputing it with the banks help.

I feel this is a definite SCAM and they are taking peoples money!


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Is "Super Savingz" an Untrustworthy Website?