Why you should Avoid Shopping on Aliexpress

Dispute Sytem is FAKE ( No Refunds )

Just like the products that they sell Aliexpress’s dispute system is just for show and doesn’t actually protect their customers at all. Aliexpress is run by the CCP government as such there is no consumer protection. They will often ask for proof of non-shipment or damaged goods, but when I showed them their own tracker that indicated the item never left China they still sided with the seller and stole my money.

Description Shows False Information ( Inflated Values )

Often times products sold on Aliexpress show inflated numbers in order to con customers into thinking they got a great deal at a very cheap price.

  • A 2GB hard drive will often be labled as 500 GB
  • A 1000 grit Stone will often be labled as a 10,000 grit Stone
  • A battery with a 5000mah will often be labled as 100,000mah battery
Cheap Prices To Lure Customers ( Non Shipments )

The prices shown on Aliexpress are often many times cheaper when compared to other online stores, but there is a catch! When I ordered from Aliexpress many of my “cheap” items never came and yet Aliexpress still stole my money and I got nothing for it. This is a very common con that Aliexpress uses to steal money from their customers. They simply never ship out the item and then take your money.

Everything that I have stated here is not here say it is my personal experience dealing with this scamming company. Like many other people I was lured in by the cheap prices, fake customer protection, and glowing reviews which I later learned that many of these glowing reviews about Aliexpress comes from affiliates that make a commission from your purchases. All in all, I ordered 4 items and only one of them came. I lost around $45 dollars and I even got trolled by Aliexpress saying that they would refund me ZERO dollars. To learn more about how Aliexpress scammed me check out the video below for more details.

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