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Wotoba is a leading international online fashion clothing and accessory store. Focusing on the very latest in affordable fashion styles, both attire and stunning accessories, we feature thousands of the newest product lines, providing maximum choice and convenience to our discerning clientele.

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June 13, 2020 at 11:52 AM by
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an anonymous user from: Naperville, Illinois, United States

I agree with ALL of the negative, non-recipient, angry reviewers regarding this company, WOTOBA, regarding UNFULFILLED ORDERS! This company appears to be a scam, for sure!

Ordered on Apr 27, 2020-NO MERCHANDISE AS OF TODAY, JUNE 13, 2020. They are quick to reply with BOGUS info on ship dates, fake USPS info, untraceable tracking numbers, etc. And, they have the nerve to ask for detailed order info, exact item description etc.!

(As if they really are concerned and determined to get you your actual product(s)! HOW MANY ORDERS can they legitimately misplace and mismanage if they are truly a reputable company?! My suggestion: DO NOT ORDER FROM THEM-TOTALLY DECEPTIVE CROOKS!


May 26, 2020 at 1:38 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Gig Harbor, Washington, United States

I agree. This is some kind of scam site. I order had 9 items. I have never received a tracking number, as of today I have received one item and have been charged for the order in full. I ordered on 4/9/20 and it is now May 26/20. I doubt I will ever see my items. My advice is don’t even mess around with this company. They are crooks!


January 24, 2020 at 12:16 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Simpsonville, South Carolina, United States

My experience with WOTOBA has been disappointing. The orders were not received for weeks, quality of the coat was poor, scarves were too stiff to drape and only dry cleanable, returns would be expensive to ship, as I found company was in China...took a 15% refund rather than pay high cost of shipping. Feel this company is not up-front and reputable. Had to get another supposedly full refund on an item not in stock, and it was $4 less than I paid. Would recommend not ordering from WOTOBA due to poor quality of clothing, poor return and refund policies, and non-transparency of where company is located.


January 11, 2020 at 9:09 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Irvine, California, United States

Wotoba aka SUPERLINK INTERNATIONAL LIFESTYLE CO is located in China and is a SCAM. DO NOT ORDER FROM THIS COMPANY OR ANY OF THE OTHER NAMES THEY USE! They will accept your order and payment. You will have a hard time returning the poor quality product the ship IF THEY SHIP ANYTHING. Avoid this company like the plague!


January 9, 2020 at 10:53 AM by
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an anonymous user from: Chicago, Illinois, United States

I live in Washington state and I am victim of the same as all the complaints above. I will NEVER order from this place again! I tried every way possible to get in touch with this Watoba Company to no avail. I tried getting in touch with the foreign complaint department, to no avail. I'm chalking this up as a stupid mistake that I shall never make again!


December 31, 2019 at 1:03 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Phoenix, Arizona, United States

DO NOT ORDER FROM THIS SCAM SITE! Almost a month before Christmas, my son ordered a sweater for me. He paid for sweater paid extra for before Christmas delivery! It is now New Years Eve! No viable tracking info NO CONTACT PHONE #! We did not READ ALL reviews before ordering! Lesson learned! I will also be putting a review on FB, and sharing to all public. All reviewers should do this, just for the sake of other unsuspecting customers (scam victims) Google "Wotoba reviews!


December 9, 2019 at 8:20 AM by
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an anonymous user from: Chicago, Illinois, United States

I ordered some shoes, it say the tracking number dont work, they even made sure I couldnt send anymore emails. I still havent heard back from them and the clothes do look like they came from a goodwill. I will be calling my bank


December 7, 2019 at 9:13 AM by
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an anonymous user from: Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, United States

live and learn, product line is cheap looking, ill f*****g and a waste of good money


December 6, 2019 at 5:56 AM by
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an anonymous user from: Fort Worth, Texas, United States

I did not read reviews before ordering,unfortunately. I ordered 2 dresses and one top. I received a package from China with 1 dress and the top. Items received were cheaply made and looked it. I emailed the company that I had not received all the order and wanted to return what I had received. I emailed them not once or twice but four times.

Do Not Order from these people. I'll never get all the merchandise I paid for or instructions on how to return merchandise received to get a refund.

I would never ordered directly from China in the first place but did not know what I know now.


November 29, 2019 at 5:41 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Denver, Colorado, United States

All of the clothing I ordered looked like something out of the “Sundance” catalog. But when I got them they were soooooo cheap looking. Walmart has better clothing than this. I am trying to return them but cant get through to their site to get the return form. This website is a scam! Don’t fall for it!


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