Hoka Outlet Scam Online Shoe Stores - One One and Hoka Clifton 9 Shoes

Hoka Outlet Scam Online Shoe Stores - One One and Hoka Clifton 9 Shoes

Hoka Outlet stores located at salleb.com and veaeb.com are scam online stores claiming to sell Hoka One One and Hoka Clifton 9 shoes on sale. Therefore, online shoppers run the risk of receiving counterfeit goods or nothing at all from the same stores. Online users who shopped at the fake stores are asked to contact their bank or financial institution to cancel their transactions and refund their money.

A Hoka Outlet Store

Hoka Outlet Scam Store

Customer service and complaint E-mail: hokahelp@hotmail.com

Address: 716 E Expy 83 McAllen, TX 78503, United States

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  • April 28, 2023 at 8:39 AM by an anonymous user from: Granbury, Texas, United States

    I ordered a pair of Hoka’s from the place that says they are located in McAllen, TX and it took what seemed like forever to get them. I emailed the people who had emailed me my receipt but received no response back at all. When I did finally get them they were the wrong color. I had an email receipt showing the color I actually did order. The ones I did receive are an ugly color and seem to be the wrong size also. I discovered that they were mailed from Hong Kong. I called my bank but apparently there’s nothing they could do. There is no return address and it shows they shipped from a post office box address in Los Angeles, no company name or anything. I’ve tried to email them again but of course no response. Lesson learned about ordering anything online!

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