Is Rockstone Ammo a Scam at Review of the Online Store

Is Rockstone Ammo a Scam at Review of the Online Store

Rockstone Ammo located at is an untrustworthy online store claiming to sell firearm accessories. Therefore, 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.

Rockstone Ammo Online Store

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Address: 21st - 28th Street on, Colorado Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80904, United States

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  • October 15, 2022 at 11:12 AM by an anonymous user from: Los Angeles, California, United States

    They insisted I set up a Zelle account and when I said no, they agreed to Venmo but the name was @Gina-Gwandua...I canceled my order immediately! Buyer beware!

  • September 15, 2022 at 9:09 PM by an anonymous user from: Germantown, Maryland, United States

    Please understand that any company that does not take credit cards yet insists on instant cash pmt apps is certainly a scam. Research any online company before doing business with them. Type in the business name and then scam beside it. Easy to do.

  • August 1, 2022 at 2:24 PM by an anonymous user from: Stockbridge, Georgia, United States

    This is a scam! they are crooks, criminals, thieves! Stay away!

  • July 4, 2022 at 10:05 PM by an anonymous user from: Chelan County, Leavenworth, Washington, United States

    As noted above, I too was scammed by this company... same interactions with Evan - 100% scam!

  • March 8, 2022 at 9:26 PM by an anonymous user from: East Carroll Parish, Roosevelt, Louisiana, United States

    I wouldn’t consider myself a sucker, but these guys really pulled one over on me, and scammed me out of ~$290. Their website looked legitimate, with real merchandise, an address, email, phone number, back story, and customer reviews. I created a cart on the website of some reasonably priced reloading materials, reviewed the shipping rates ($30 flat rate anywhere in the USA), and saw a disclosure at checkout that I would receive an email with payment instructions, once they confirmed that they could fill my order. I received a confirmation email from the same email listed on the site, and then one of their “associates” who went by the name of Evans Tata reached out to me over text, using a number with a Colorado area code. . We discussed several aspects of the order, made a few adjustments, and I received a revised order confirmation email. I also received a separate email with payment instructions. The email stated that I needed to use Zelle to send funds to the merchant, and advised me to use the same phone number as the one I had been talking to the customer service associate on. This seemed reasonable, so I made the payment using my banking app and was told to expect the order to ship in 1-2 business days. It wasn’t until the 3rd day, that I started seeing red flags. I reached out to the associate for a tracking number, since I never got a confirmation of shipping email, like I would expect. The associate then proceeded to tell me that the order was sent out the previous day, and if I wanted to receive a tracking ID, I would need to pay the shipping insurance of $200! It was that moment, that I realized something was not right. He then told me that the package was on hold with the shipping carrier, and I would need to pay the insurance costs, in order to receive the products, but I would receive a refund as soon as the delivery was confirmed. He even offered to provide another Zelle User account for the shipping company.

    I was so upset! I refused. I told Evans that I wanted to know who the shopping company was, and that if they needed me to pay an additional fee, then they could contact me themselves and provide a COD Invoice. Of course, he never revealed the name of the shipper. I, then, demanded a refund and was told I would receive it in 10-12 days. Today is day 35, and no refund ever came. Not that I was really expecting one. I contacted my back, who wouldn’t uphold the claim, since Zelle is a 3rd party service provider and they are not liable for transactions that I willfully conducted.

    I contacted Zelle and they told me that I should only use their services for friends and family, or people that I know. Since the recipient’s bank was unable to return the funds, there was nothing more I could do! I then called the number listed on the website, and got ahold of another gentleman, who went by the name of Steve Austin. He listened to my story, and offered a VERY sincere apology. He said that his employee should not have asked for additional funds, and that he would get the money refunded that next Monday. He even asked me to text him the Interactions with Evans, so he could confront him, and handle it. Fool me twice….right? Now, neither of those numbers are in service, I am out almost $300 and lost a little dignity and self-respect along the way… bummer!

    • July 12, 2023 at 4:31 PM by an anonymous user from: Ashburn, Virginia, United States

      Thank you Louisiana, for sharing your experience. Even though my comments are 16 months later, this company is still advertising primers 50% cheaper than other vendors. I recalled a general warning about vendors requiring payment via zelle, venmo, etc. and decided to check the scam reviews. Glad I did and appreciate your story. These scammers are the reason to only pay by credit card that offers fraud protection, but that also contributes to why interest rates are so high. Sorry you took one for the team but glad you had the character to share the info.

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