"denzanestore.com" - it is an Untrustworthy Online Store

I consider the website denzanestore.com untrustworthy. On 9th April 2018, I saw the advertisement on denzanestore.com for thumb-drive size portable battery online at a "penny," but only found out there's a shipping cost of $25USD for 6 thumb drives at the end.

denzanestore.com - it is an Untrustworthy Online Store

The Online order form goes like this

1. Personal particulars

2a. Choose product "Buy 4 Get 2 Free For $3.49"

2b. Payment Information

3. Upgrade to 2x battery capacity at additional $3 each? "Yes"

4. Order Confirmed. Display final bill with hidden cost

As you can see, there is no order summary page for customer to review and amend before confirming the order. No OTP was sent to mobile to verify if the transaction is legit. It even charges $3 for the 2 free units.

Final Bill

4 OhmCharge Android Get 2 Free : $0.01

6 OhmCharge PLUS Android Upgrade : $18.00

SubTotal : $18.01

Shipping : $24.95

Grand Total : $42.96

I've emailed them at support@denzanestore.com but they rejected my refund request as it is a "promotional item" so I've contacted the bank to raise a "Merchant dispute" and were waiting for them to reply.

Since 9th April 2018, I've been getting responses from their team saying, "order is already being processed. You should receive your order soon. We apologize for this delay, as we are currently facing extremely high demands.",

"We hope you understand that we have no intention to scam or let our customers wait for too long, but because of tremendous orders that we are receiving, we are having difficulty shipping the orders in a timely manner. Our small but dedicated shipping team is working round the clock to get everything out, but unfortunately, we are behind. We sincerely apologize for all the inconveniences this may have caused you!",

"Also, please note that we can’t offer refunds for shipping and handling, as we already secured all transactions with the third party shipping carrier.",

"We like to be as honest with our customers as we can, and we’d especially like to be honest with you. At this moment, we can’t give you an exact date as to when your product will be delivered. We sincerely apologize for this delay. Our small but dedicated team is already doing our best to deliver your item as soon as possible. Rest assured, we expect your order to arrive soon.

We will be sending you another email with the tracking information once your order is shipped."

If you notice, every response is merely buying time with no assured delivery date/time but covering up excuses and leading to another excuse.

For an order placed on 9th April, any shipment team can fulfill the order in a month max, but this company looks like a scammer and fraudulent company with false advertisement and spiked up shipping charges, with no intention to fulfill the order and only take the money from customers.

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April 3, 2019 at 7:15 PM by
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an anonymous user from: New York, United States

I myself have been taken by denzanestore, for a total of $19.95, for their 'eboost' keychain phone chargers. I also contacted them numerous times getting the same run around about company changing hands, behind on mailing orders, please be patient etc...

if this is a fake/phony company why has the BBB not gotten a hold of them yet? I still see them occasionally on facebook with something for sale.

I have made several attempts to contact them and my emails cannot go thru because their domain address cannot be found... Hopefully, they are stopped soon. They are true criminals taking money which is stealing... Jail time is what I feel like they deserve... One day for every dollar they have taken from innocent trusting people... Thanks for letting me vent...


December 29, 2018 at 9:05 PM by
"denzanestore.com" - it is an Untrustworthy Online Store
an anonymous user from: Jeddah, Makkah, Saudi Arabia

Denzane is purely scammer and hacker.I made order since february 2017 but until now no delivery has been made. This is same with E-boost company they are using two company E-boost and denzane.


December 15, 2018 at 5:48 PM by
"denzanestore.com" - it is an Untrustworthy Online Store
an anonymous user from: Toledo, Ohio, United States

I ordered mine in march and have written them several times getting the same runaround you got.

I've emailed them today and a deamon failure notice that the email couldn't be delivered. So I guess they were a scam along.


November 7, 2018 at 8:36 AM by
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an anonymous user from: Fairfield, California, United States

Hi, I placed an order in may and have been emailing them till Sept I guess something happened in October they took their email down they kept giving me the run around, but it should be a way to stop them is disabled on a fixed income elderly woman was buying those for my granddaughter birthday.


October 29, 2018 at 9:47 AM by
"denzanestore.com" - it is an Untrustworthy Online Store
an anonymous user from: Rocksprings, Texas, United States

Ordered 2 SmartCloud pillows 7 months ago. $179.95! I've repeatedly asked for a refund but get nothing back but promises. FRAUD!


October 26, 2018 at 2:22 AM by
"denzanestore.com" - it is an Untrustworthy Online Store
an anonymous user from: Oye, Ekiti, Nigeria

I ordered the thumb drive power bank too... It wasn't delivered seven months down that line despite several emails and excuses from them. My last email was not delivered; I guess they have finally made enough money scamming people and have closed down their server.

People, please beware of denzanestores.com.


September 11, 2018 at 4:00 PM by
"denzanestore.com" - it is an Untrustworthy Online Store
an anonymous user from: Bedminster, New Jersey, United States

I ordered a cool looking pillow on 3/18/18, and never saw it. I’ve reached out to them numerous times only for further delay. Facebook needs to do a better job vetting businesses that practice like this.


August 31, 2018 at 8:43 PM by
"denzanestore.com" - it is an Untrustworthy Online Store
an anonymous user from: Bangkok, Thailand

Hi, I think they are fake shop. I've made a purchase since 5th Dec last year until now I haven't received the package yet.

I've been chasing them via email and it seems they used the same pattern to respond as were posted above in the article.

Does anyone can advise how could I do in this case?



August 31, 2018 at 9:21 PM by
"denzanestore.com" - it is an Untrustworthy Online Store

Open a dispute with your bank or financial institution.


August 21, 2018 at 6:00 AM by
"denzanestore.com" - it is an Untrustworthy Online Store
an anonymous user from: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

HI I am now sure I have been duped by these people selling phone chargers for "a penny" but P/H is $10.00 AU.

I've been chasing them by email from April 2018 when is charger going to be delivered.

Further info is exactly as above comment. BE CAUTIOUS probably won't see what you order


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