Fake Borderless 360 Website

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September 11, 2020 at 9:51 PM by Fake Borderless 360 Website

Good day.

PLease assist to investigate this below email.

This is fraud or scammed.

I ordered in Welldshop but its totally scammed.

Just want to share it to avoid others not being scammed also.

Hope you can trace this scammer.

- Forwarded message -

From: Kevin Ellerbrock <>

Date: Thu, Sep 10, 2020 at 10:15 AM

Subject: Thanks For Your Reading!! Re: Order #487883

To: <>

Thank you for your trust and for choosing us.

Due to the impact of COVID-19 and our poor management, our business is

facing bankruptcy, so we need to clean up inventory and employees.

Please forgive us for not providing enough customer service to answer

your inquiry. Products and prices are subject to the website display.

1. Order Query

After your order arrives in our system, it will be sent to the

third-party warehousing system for processing in real-time, and you

will receive your items soon. You may log in to this third-party

warehousing system: and enter your

register email to track the shipping status in real-time.

2. Payment Failure, Payment Method

Due to the impact of COVID-19 on logistics, mainstream payment

companies stopped the support for self-shipping sellers. Therefore, we

only support MasterCard credit card online payment. If your payment

fails, you can pay for it by another credit card.

3. Order Cancellation

If you need to cancel your order, you can apply through the following

page. When we receive your application, we will process it as soon as

possible and send the result to you by email.

The Application Address:

4. When The Refund Will Be Received

We will notify the bank as soon as we receive your request. After our

processing is completed, an email about all refund information will be

sent to your mailbox. It usually takes 15-25 working days to receive

your payment.

5. Inaccurate Deduction Amount

Due to the influence of international exchange rates, The deduction

amount may do not match the order amount. Don't worry, it is just a

normal situation. You can apply to the following page to request

refund. We will refund the difference to your credit card within 3

working days.

The Application Address:

6. Password Incorrectness

You may log in with your username and password on the website. If you

have forgotten your password, please click "Forgot Password" to reset

your password.

7. Address Modification

If you find that you want to make some changes for the shipping

address of the order you have already paid but pending to be shipped,

please contact us here:

We can help you to change your shipping address.

8. Customer Service

If you can't find the answer in the question list above, you may

contact our customer service.



July 16, 2020 at 10:01 PM by Fake Borderless 360 Website
an anonymous user from: Ras al-Khaimah, Ras al Khaymah, United Arab Emirates

I got scammed by KICHENDIAI in JULY of 2020. ordered kitchen items of 33 AED and they deducted 600 AED and I didn't get anything as well. when I raised a complaint on that website, they providing third party warehouse system BORDERSLES360.COM (this is also fake website) I don't know what to do. Can you help me with the refund?


August 25, 2020 at 8:01 AM by Fake Borderless 360 Website
an anonymous user from: Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

The same happened to me

What we suppose to do?


July 25, 2020 at 8:56 AM by Fake Borderless 360 Website
an anonymous user from: Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Same happened... I have reported to bank and they block my transaction. As per update that fake site tried 2 failed transaction on my credit card..

Bank are investigating.


July 16, 2020 at 11:28 PM by Fake Borderless 360 Website

Open a dispute with your bank to have your money refunded.


July 7, 2020 at 12:55 PM by Fake Borderless 360 Website
an anonymous user from: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

I would like to add another website that is using the fraudulent borderleS360 website: the website is for clothing and it is called clothify2u.COM

What is infuriating is they are appearing out of nowhere, like on Facebook, and it is very hard to find out if they are legit or not.

I guess the moral of the story is do not buy anything online, specially if it is advertised on Facebook...


July 3, 2020 at 8:21 PM by Fake Borderless 360 Website
an anonymous user from: Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

We ordered a pool from dreamuhome in june of 2020 they have gave me a tracking number and all has been showing updates they took out more than what was suppose to been taken out. But yes they are using only one s in borderless. So I would say they have been scamming lots of people


August 21, 2020 at 1:02 PM by Fake Borderless 360 Website
an anonymous user from: United States

Me too! I bought a pool and it showed it arriving at customs then failing the quarantine inspection and being sent back and now nothing.


July 2, 2020 at 9:26 AM by Fake Borderless 360 Website
an anonymous user from: Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa

I placed my order as well through womenwelfares online,same thing happened to me I was charged double the amount,scammers!


July 2, 2020 at 5:32 AM by Fake Borderless 360 Website
an anonymous user from: Arlington, Texas, United States

I got scammed by dreamuhome for a swimming pool in June of 2020 they have since Unauthorized charged my card 3 more times The last for $313


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