Is Momnfancy a Scam? Review of the Online Store

Momnfancy located at, which claims to sell maternity dresses and other apparel, appears to be a scam. The actual dresses look NOTHING like the ones in the pictures on the website. I requested a return and they offered me 10% of what I paid for it to keep it. But, I do not want to keep it because it looks horrible.

Is Momnfancy a Scam? Review of the Online Store

Momnfancy Online Store

Momnfancy Online Store at

Business location:jinhuashi, jindongqu, guannanlu,107hao,



Zip: 321000

Phone: +86-18357999642

Again, the clothes look like nothing in the picture and you can't return anything. I sent them 13 emails and they never issue the refund.

They offered 10% back and keep the dress or I could get a send it back at my expense by certain carriers to get a full refund, of course, to send it back cost more than the product!

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January 5, 2023 at 9:11 PM by
Is Momnfancy a Scam? Review of the Online Store
an anonymous user from: Loudoun, Ashburn, Virginia, United States

My daughter just ordered a dress no order number no nothing Scam


August 31, 2022 at 7:06 AM by
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an anonymous user from: Fulton County, Sandy Springs, Georgia, United States

One of the biggest scams out there. They are frauds. Do not buy anything from them .!


March 29, 2022 at 9:08 AM by
Is Momnfancy a Scam? Review of the Online Store
an anonymous user from: Hicksville, New York, United States

DO NOT BUY from this site! SCAM! Items are not as pictured and they will never give you a refund. I’ve been trying to return for a week and keep getting the runaround. Had to dispute with credit card company.


February 16, 2022 at 11:24 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Collier County, Jerome, Florida, United States

This site is so unprofessional I’m just finding out it’s a scam site. I made purchase from January 15th. Shipping says 10-15 days. It’s over a month they haven’t sent me tracking info after I have been charged for products. I emailed about 3 times. Then they refunded my account with no explanation on items ordered after a whole month. This is just unprofessional!


February 3, 2022 at 8:04 AM by
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an anonymous user from: Bethpage, New York, United States

I really wish I took the time to do more research on this site before I made the horrible decision of purchasing a dress from them. I repeat DO NOT PURCHASE FROM THEM, they are a scam. The dress I received is only big enough to fit a child, it was supposed to be floor length and it came all the way up to my knees and I am only 5"2. I ordered the largest size they had which was a XL and it wouldn't even go past my stomach, and this is supposed to be a maternity dress. I sent more than one email to the merchant with no response, I had to open a claim with paypal and that's when they finally responded. They told me I would be responsible for the return shipping which will cost me more than what I paid for the dress, because its going to China. Either that or they will only refund me 25% of what I paid, which is nothing. Thank God I was smart enough to order a backup dress just in case because if not I would have been screwed. I REPEAT DO NOT BUY A DRESS FROM THIS SITE THEY NEED TO BE SHUT DOWN.


January 10, 2022 at 5:18 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Downtown Redmond, Redmond, Washington, United States

I wishhhhh I would of read these reviews! I read the ones on their site only to find out those 5 star reviews are fake. First they sent me tracking in Chinese, I disputed with PayPal since they had not answered emails and somehow they all of a sudden knew how to respond and the dresses came next day. They look NOTHINGGGGGG like the pics like they are horrible! Wish I would of read this site before giving them $80. Luckily I have a few weeks before my baby shower


December 19, 2021 at 7:38 PM by
Is Momnfancy a Scam? Review of the Online Store
an anonymous user from: Downtown Redmond, Redmond, Washington, United States

They will not let you post bad reviews on their site so it looks like all the reviews are 4 and 5 stars. I have not received my two dresses after a month of waiting. they sent me a fake tracking number and started ignoring my emails after I figured them out.


December 16, 2021 at 8:04 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Albany, New York, United States

OMG...please listen to what people are writing. Everything is true. I ordered a wool coat...NOT even close!

I could return it but it was going to cost me just as much to return it as I paid for the coat.

I sent a complaint to PayPal. I fought back in forth with them and finally settled for a 40%. refund. I guess it's better than nothing.

Please please don't EVER EVER buy from them.


November 27, 2021 at 7:57 AM by
Is Momnfancy a Scam? Review of the Online Store
an anonymous user from: Albany, New York, United States

Yes do not order anything from this website EVER!

Believe what you read.

I am in the process of trying to get my money back for a coat I ordered. The description for the coat was wool. The coat was not nothing what was shown. It was cotton and polyester, ugly as h**l. I am now reaching out to PayPal for help. They offered 35%. I want the total cost of the coat. We will see what happens.

NEVER NEVER order from them. It is Located in China...just saying.

I wish I read reviews before I ordered.


November 1, 2021 at 8:03 AM by
Is Momnfancy a Scam? Review of the Online Store
an anonymous user from: Downtown Redmond, Redmond, Washington, United States

I ordered a dress for my baby shower this dress did not come in time and not only that it looked nothing like the picture and it did not fit. I tried to contact support to return the item for a full refund and they gave me two options one to return the item for a full refund or two to keep the item for 30% refund. I told them I wanted option one and they basically told me they didn’t want me to return it and then proceeded to offer me 15% of what I paid just to keep the item. Which makes no sense because they’re basically forcing me to do option two. I told them know if anything why wouldn’t it be 30% refund and because they were not able to let me return the item I want it 50% of my refund at a minimum. They have yet to respond to me it has been about three days. Worst website ever and I’m really disappointed because my baby shower planner was the one who referred me to the website.


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