DroneX Pro Scam Stores Selling Fake Products

DroneX Pro Scam Stores Selling Fake Products

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I recently bought a DroneX Pro from a website but was actually sold a much cheaper model - the Eachine E58. After further research, I concluded that the Drone X Pro doesn't actually appear to exist and that all websites featuring the drone are just using footage of the Eachine E58.

The So-Called Drone X Pro
So-Called Drone X Pro

The number of websites that market Drone X Pro are all a scam. The Drone X Pro doesn't actually exist!

The story of Scandinavian technicians putting together a drone with very good specs for a very reasonable price (USD 135.00) is a clever trick. When you purchase the Drone X Pro you will receive the Eachine E58. The Eachine E58 is a legit Chinese toy drone - with toy drone specs - that sells for about 1/3 of a price (USD 40.00) of the fantasy "Drone X Pro". Indeed, under closer examination, it is obvious that all the promo pics and a few videos of the "Drone X Pro" feature the E58 drone.

I have purchased - and returned - two E58 drones followed by several requests for either the "Drone X Pro" or a refund. The replies I receive are obviously prewritten copies of the same text with an excuse that amounts to: "We are sorry - we will not refund your money or drones." So, be warned all potential drone buyers.

Please, check all the above before you pay 130 dollars for a 40 dollar product!

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  • March 26, 2020 at 11:45 AM by ajallan from Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Yeah, Megadeals.com (of Malta) have the same bullsh**t advertising on youtube (An'expert' drone designer became disillusioned with his employers' blatant overcharging, so created his own brilliant version which sells for a fraction of the price).

    I never received a drone as I actually thought not long after clicking that I had been scammed and immediately cancelled the order. Did eventually get my money back but had to threaten them with police action (Malta police) as well as UK Fraud Squad, etc, etc, etc.

    Time consuming and totally needless. Now I NEVER click on youtube advertisements, in fact I am now so wary of buying anything online that I only use trusted websites


  • December 26, 2019 at 11:49 PM by an anonymous user from Newark, New Jersey, United States

    HotProductSales.com is another website selling the E58 as the Drone X Pro.


    • January 6, 2020 at 9:27 AM by TimboinOK from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States

      Greaaaaaat. I purchased one from them (HotProductSales). Still waiting for it to arrive. I'm just going to stop buying things from companies I've never heard of.


  • December 16, 2019 at 2:37 AM by info

    hyperstech.com is one of the untrustworthy claiming to sell the Drone Pro X


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DroneX Pro Scam Stores Selling Fake Products