Is a Scam? Review of the Online Store

Rimsfo located at is a fake online store claiming to sell belts, footwear, hats, eyewear, bathroom products, and video game accessories. 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 a Scam? Review of the Online Store

About Rimsfo Online Store

Rimsfo at

Address:252 Smith St ,Cuthbert,Georgia,39840,US

Phone: +12052956529

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February 15, 2022 at 8:53 AM by
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an anonymous user from: Orange, Chester, New York, United States

Ok seeing some where made after the purchase my boyfriend made. September 10 2021 he ordered a gaming chair with switches and steering wheel. Got email confirmation or payment and it would be shipped within a week and tracking number will be sent to him. Got nothing so the ends of November I emailed asking for refund. Threatened a lawyer was told refund would be sent in 5-15 business days. Today is February 15 2022.I’ve emailed twice a week since the 15 business day allowed to get refund and get the run around It’s the finance department blah blah.

Then got a additional email from another person in china saying when the refund is posted I’ll get a email.

Then it states they will be on vacation from January 22 to February 7. And have not gotten a return email since. Emailing now everyday asking for my refund. Now I’m going to post these emails on Facebook. I’m out about $100


January 14, 2022 at 1:11 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Elizabethtown, Kentucky, United States

The same thing happened to me. I ordered a Playstation 4 as a Christmas gift. I don't know how to get my money back. I used my debit card.


December 30, 2021 at 4:15 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Queens, Ozone Park, New York, United States

I ordered a PS5 disc edition they sent me 5 pairs of socks like really give me my money back u scammers.


December 16, 2021 at 2:01 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States

I ordered a ps4 from them and they sent me an arm sweater. I contacted the BBB and rimsfo asked me they would send me the system this time. I still received nothing. When I demanded my money back, they informed me I'd only get 60% as they were keeping 40% for their "costs." They are nothing but con artists and scammers.


November 28, 2021 at 9:00 AM by
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an anonymous user from: Penn Hills Township, Penn Hills, Pennsylvania, United States

I ordered a game system from them the first of October they send me a tank top n don’t know if I can get my money back from them this late, can anyone tell me if I can go to my bank an see


November 28, 2021 at 10:05 AM by
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Nothing beats a try.


November 22, 2021 at 10:04 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Greenwood Village, Colorado, United States

I ordered a video graphics card from them, and I got very suspicious when I didn’t receive a confirmation for my order so I tried to cancel the transaction. I sent several emails trying to cancel it, but they never responded. So I immediately filed a claim for a refund through my bank. They eventually sent me a tracking number for a site in China, they sent me a sun clothing item. My claim is still pending. Hopefully I get my money back, they eventually responded to an email I sent threatening to file a law suit with my district attorney’s office if they didn’t refund me my money. I know for a fact it’s a scam because they tried to negotiate a deal with my refund, they wanted to keep 7 bucks for shipping. Very odd response from a so call professional company. All the flags are there to confirm scam. Please don’t order anything from this site, I filed a complaint with the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) This was a very frustrating process, if you find yourself reading this comment, do not give up on getting your money back. No one deserves to be scammed.


October 20, 2021 at 12:34 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Somerset, Bedminster, New Jersey, United States

I would have to say that this website rimsfo is a scam, I tried to purchase a video card and weeks later I got a pair of socks from China, I sent them a picture of the socks and the purchase order for the video card and they said that they were sorry and they will resend the item right away. At this point I wasn't too worried but two days later they sent me a tracking number. Usually a day or so after someone give you tracking number you should be all the seed online, one week goes by tracking number still not live. I send them another email and they send me a link to a website to track the package (EMS) which of course requires a password. I sent another email asking for the password and they never responded. Another five days go by. Still no results on the tracking number on any website that I could find. They send me another email saying, I will try to keep you updated on your package it looks like it has left its original destination and they send me a picture of a tracking information saying it arrived in United States customs but I checked the tracking number and nothing shows up. No package information. At this point I send all my information, all my emails to PayPal requesting my money back. Usually this takes a day or two for them to gather all the information and make their decision. PayPal immediately refunded my money. I also sent an email back to rimsfo. If the item ever arrives I'll be glad to pay for that this time PayPal has already refund my money.

Conclusion, the lot by Paris socks maybe but other than that I would not order from them and if you do order please use PayPal or second parties service. "Just don't order from them"


October 17, 2021 at 5:02 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Vanderburgh, Evansville, Indiana, United States

Glad I read this. I was just about to order the Nintendo switch package too for my husband who is paralized on right side from stokes & with help from device that holds contollers switch is only game system we have tried he can play. I don't understand they haven't been shut down yet when they have scamed so many which I feel so bad for those people I know they are like us and can't afford loss. I hope hope they make them pay everyone back their money and do serious jail time


October 13, 2021 at 4:12 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Marion, Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

I ordered a ps4 from there and never received it . It sent me a piece of cloth I'm so mad cause it cost me 75$ . I probably won't get a refund this is bull c**p DO NOT use this website


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