Is Comfyfree a Scam - See the Online Store Customer Reviews

I order from Comfyfree located at and my order arrived today, but the fabric quality is so terrible - it is the worst I have ever seen. Items were not as pictured on their website and the sizing is completely wrong. I spent over $100 on 5 items. Only 4 arrived and they were all absolutely unwearable. One even had holes at neckline, Hems were unfinished, fabric quality was dreadful. Unfulfilled promises went on and on for 4 months. Request for a full refund, of course, was ignored.

Is Comfyfree a Scam - See the Online Store Customer Reviews

About Comfyfree Online Store


Adresse:3422 Okanagan Drive, Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada

Comfyfree is a leading international online fashion clothing and accessory store. Focusing on the very latest in affordable fashion styles. We targets Europe, America, Australia, and the Middle East along with other consumer markets. we feature thousands of the newest product lines, providing maximum choice and convenience to our discerning clientele.

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May 19, 2022 at 6:42 AM by
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an anonymous user from: Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

Ordered a coat in 2020. Scam for sure. Paid about 60.00 fir item. Couldn't get ahold of and never ever received item. Don't buy from.


March 7, 2020 at 6:54 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Pensacola, Florida, United States

Well like the rest of you I too ordered items from comfyfree and like all of you the items

were terrible. I ordered in December and last month 2 pieces showed up. Not even close to

what I ordered. today three more items arrived and they were items I didn't ordered. I've tried contacting them, tried complaining and nothing. yes, this company is a scam! What I cant figure out is why nothing can be done. I paid through PayPal and they aren't doing anything either.

this company is a poor excuse for a fashion company. its customer service is also

a poor excuse.


January 30, 2020 at 7:03 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

I ordered items in October 2019 and still have not received all my items. I sent another email this month and now the company no longer exist and you can no longer contact them. They are total scammers and it is terrible we have not way of getting satisfaction of seeing this company investigated.


April 20, 2020 at 10:08 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Suffolk, Virginia, United States

I Googled them before I place my order, it's a private residence, it's not a company, therefore, I didn't place my order


January 24, 2020 at 11:35 AM by
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an anonymous user from: Cypress, California, United States

The biggest rip off company and scam ever. Ordered 2 dresses and was excited as such beautiful items to purchase. first of all my credit card was hit with fraud immediately upon the order. Over a month later one dress arrived and it's not what I ordered. I finally get the 2nd dress another month later and it's also wrong. It's people like you that are the scum of the earth and should be prosecuted for theft.


January 20, 2020 at 12:54 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

Thank you to all who wrote reviews. Was all set to send 100.00 to them till I decided I better ck on them. found out address is a house and address has been used for many businesses all with very bad results. hate it cause I really wanted what I was to order.thanks again.


January 17, 2020 at 9:05 AM by
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an anonymous user from: Rockdale, Texas, United States

I just tried to contact them by e-mail because I ordered a beautiful (as pictured) sweater that is now 23 days from date ordered with no shipping notice. I immediately received in return a short note in CHINESE, or some Asian language. I don't read it so can't even tell what it is. I wrote back telling them to please respond in English, and that e-mail was returned undeliverable. Not giving up yet, but afraid I've tossed away $46 plus shipping. Please be very wary or avoid altogether!


January 12, 2020 at 9:36 AM by
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an anonymous user from: Festus, Missouri, United States

This has to be a scam. The email and the website are no longer available. How convenient. I love all the honest and reliable companies out there and then there are the few that ruin it and the web's good name for ordering online.


January 7, 2020 at 7:52 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Oak Park, Illinois, United States

son chingaderas que uno compra en el internet y te mandan pura de arabe no compren mejor vallan a la walmart

They are chingaderas that one buys on the internet and they send you pure Arabic do not buy, better go to the walmart


January 7, 2020 at 10:09 AM by
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an anonymous user from: Washington, District of Columbia, United States

Beware of this company's business practices because they do NOT stand behind the products they sell.

I ordered a size 2XL leather coat for my son for Christmas who is 6'6" tall and while the label on the coat when it arrived said 3XL, it hardly would have fit someone who wears a medium size.

When I complained, they said "Actually our size standard cannot be the same as yours since our customers are worldwide".

Buyer beware!

The company asked me to send it back but they offered no guarantee that my credit card would be refunded because of their strict return policy.

When I found out it would cost $67 to ship my $65 coat purchase via USPS back to China, I complained again with threats to go to the Better Business Bureau and they said I should keep the coat and they would credit my account $10! When I explained again that they sent me the wrong size to begin with, they offered an $18 refund but I would have to return the coat or I could order another one and get 30% off.

I finally gave up and am pursuing some form of retribution through legal channels, e.g., credit card, etc.


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