Is US Goods Sale com a Scam? Review of USGoodSale

US Goods Sale or USGoodSale located at is a fake online store claiming to sell grills, fridges, air conditioners, generators coffee makers and other products. Online shoppers run the risk of receiving counterfeit goods or nothing at all from the same store. Unsatisfied online users who have shopped at the untrustworthy website are asked to contact their bank or financial institution to have their transactions canceled and money refunded.

Is US Goods Sale com a Scam? Review of USGoodSale

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October 31, 2021 at 7:40 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Downtown Redmond, Redmond, Washington, United States

Even if a website seller was legit and in China…..ordering a fridge or AC means you will have to wait. Read the news about the more than 100 ships waiting off the Los Angeles/Long Beach ports. Cargo containers are backlogged from here to eternity. Do yourselves a favor and go to your brick and mortar store and order!


October 27, 2021 at 5:25 PM by
Is US Goods Sale com a Scam? Review of USGoodSale
an anonymous user from: Poughkeepsie, New York, United States

usgoodssale is a scam


October 25, 2021 at 4:20 PM by
Is US Goods Sale com a Scam? Review of USGoodSale
an anonymous user from: Westchester County, Mount Vernon, Ny, United States

They got me also, website gone


October 20, 2021 at 8:37 PM by
Is US Goods Sale com a Scam? Review of USGoodSale
an anonymous user from: Downtown Redmond, Redmond, Washington, United States

Total scam! I ordered portable A/C unit. They got the pymt in just a few minutes then gave a tracking number. They said on the website they only deliver to continental U.S and Alaska and Hawaii. After some emails,I was told that it had been delivered to post office! I GAVE them my proper address when I ordered it...then more times when I emailed them. I went to the post office where I live which is Lakewood Wa. Through the post office,I found out it was shipped to Puerto Rico! Now the site is gone! I wonder if it was possible to start a class action lawsuit against them?


October 14, 2021 at 2:18 AM by
Is US Goods Sale com a Scam? Review of USGoodSale
an anonymous user from: Santa Clara, Mountain View, California, United States

Omg yes total scam they are. I live in northern california was slab dab in the dixie fire came so close to loosing our home. And moving here from Iowa 3 years ago this was the biggest scariest event I have ever witnessed and been in. We had to evacuate for 3 whole weeks. Husband and I had just lost our career job due to owner passing away one of our pets had died caught covid then the fire. We were so fortunate to have a place to go the 3 of us I my husband and father n law. Dad had a co-worker who rents out 2 very small tiny one bed room apartments. People before had moved out one week before the evacuation. And she insisted that we stay for however long we needed FREE.

Tiny or not we were blessed and very fortunate when theirs many staying in the streets and parking lots or staying at God awfully high priced motels and hotels. Were lucky if they could find any that were vacant. Needless to say it's CalI and it gets hot here as is and with fire and being so close only 23 miles away from where we had to evacuate made it much hotter. Didn't help any with poor poor air quality and had to have the windows shut at most times. Was hard to sleep at night can't go outside for fresh air.

It was very depressing and panicky. Fans did no justice and good luck finding an air conditioner anywhere. So with only having so much money in our savings which is all we had after losing our jobs in May and unemployment not yet had kicked in that's another story in itself. As well as it taking me 2 years to save a couple grand that was to be my going home to Iowa money to visit my 4 sons and 2 grand kids that I haven't seen in over 2 years. Tho saving so much as is not having to pay for hotel for 3 weeks which would had cost twice as much then what I had in the bank in the end we scrapped by coming home with $3.64 left to our names. Where these guys come in well remember when I said no air conditioners were to be found (sold out) well I spent days finding the right price that we could brake down and buy. Found these guys and I jumped with joy crying as if I won the lottery. Tho would take 11 to 18 days to get here. It was all I could afford and a name brand heck yeah and for only $79.00. Not in a million years did I think for a min that site could be a scam. Payment was with pay pal my online receipt looked legit got a tracking number order number. Well that was August 12th 2021 and it is now Oct 14th and I haven't received my air conditioner yet. I've emailed them so many times and nothing. I go check the tracking number lol it made no sense from China to the US back to China then back to US to finely it saying it had arrived either outside or inside my mail box at (no home address) but gave only the state OH REALLY.

IM IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA.Anyways needless to say I'm still waiting to hear back. Even got nasty still nothing even emailed the person who supposedly billed me through PayPal and nothing. I finely go to my email that has my confirmation number and billing receipt well you can click on ur order information or on the go back and shop more option but when info it says error 404 this site can't be reach or no longer exists.

How dare they do this to people. How do they get away with it and even able to get people to pay and it go through PayPal. I thought PayPal is to have ur back and look out for you on stuff like this. Go's to show u just can't trust anything anymore. It's sad. I hate sitting here not being able to do anything about it. That 79.00 back sure would help and be nice.

Beings that still having issues with unemployment here in CalI good luck getting through cuz of the other 30 million calls they get in a weeks time. And tho hubby found a job worked 2 days then we had to evacuate 3 weeks and somehow once again when finely being able to go back to our miracle) home. And he planing to go back as soon as he can... ends up we both catching covid a second time but it being the new strain (DELTA). ITS BEEN ONE H**L OF A YEAR FOR US. STILL TRYING TO RECOOP. US getting ripped off topped the cherry at such bad timing if it were to ever happen to us and it did.

UsgoodSales if u happen to be reading this I hope ur ashamed of ur selves. Get a real life and job and stop taking and stealing from others. Karma will catch up to u in the end and if not well theirs always judgment day a-waiting for ya... sincerely Misty S


February 2, 2022 at 10:26 PM by
Is US Goods Sale com a Scam? Review of USGoodSale
an anonymous user from: Wallingford, Connecticut, United States

Remember God is with you

These people will pay at their end game.

I feel very sorry for you

What a terrible story


October 12, 2021 at 2:03 PM by
Is US Goods Sale com a Scam? Review of USGoodSale
an anonymous user from: Hillsborough, Tampa, Florida, United States

I ordered window units from them. Had to ask for shipping information twice. They sent it to me, what a joke. They sent me someone else's tracking #. After waiting over month they delivered a package to someone in CA, I am in FL. Was not mine. I bought it through Pay Pal, and told them what was going on almost a month after purchase. Then it took over another month to get my money back. Stay away from this place. SCAM SCAM SCAM


October 9, 2021 at 11:09 AM by
Is US Goods Sale com a Scam? Review of USGoodSale
an anonymous user from: United States

I was scammed! I ordered a portable AC unit for my son's college dorm and it was never deleivered. After months of waiting and digging and researching, I realized I was scammed by this fake store.


September 30, 2021 at 2:32 PM by
Is US Goods Sale com a Scam? Review of USGoodSale
an anonymous user from: Catawba, Hickory, North Carolina, United States

Esta tienda es falsa. Te roban el dinero de la cuenta hoy jamás te mandan el artículo solicitado, nI te devuelven el dinero, nI te dan ninguna explicación. Y los sitios de contactos ya no están disponibles. Yo hice mI solicitud a principios de agosto y nunca mandaron nada. Sencillamente, ladrones.

This shop is fake. They steal the money from your account, today they never send you the requested item, they don't give you back the money, and they don't give you any explanation. And the dating sites are no longer available. I made my request in early August and they never sent anything. Simply put, thieves.


September 27, 2021 at 2:15 PM by
Is US Goods Sale com a Scam? Review of USGoodSale
an anonymous user from: Downtown Redmond, Redmond, Washington, United States

It has been a month now but I was receiving notifications on how the package was to arrive on a certain date but it would always gets pushed back. Today, September 27th, 2021 it said that it was delivered to an address in Texas when I clearly put in my MiamI address before purchasing. I called the USPS service desk and they told me that there was nothing that they can do and I would have to contact the sender of the product. Afterwards, I check everywhere online to try and find a number or an email. After my search, I came across this website and here I am now. Another comment on a website I should have checked before completing my purchase. Don't be like me and do your research before hand.


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