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Review: Wish.com The worlds biggest scam site?

Wish.com was founded in 4 July 2010 and is worth $8.5 billion but could this multi billion dollar company be the worlds biggest scam website ever created?

If you do not want your credit card and bank information shared with fraudsters then DO NOT BUY FROM WISH.COM. Just by taking a look at online review sites  you will see countless number of people complaining that after buying from wish.com their credit card was then used by fraudsters in other countries. By the sheer number of wish customers complaining about this happening to them it is clear that something dodgy is going on and wish.com simply cannot be trusted with your personal and banking information.

If you have had a negative experience with wish.com feel free to post in the comments below and warn others not to buy from this multi billion dollar scam site.

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  1. They are terrible!!! It is all fake. IF you ever receive it, it is not what you ordered. Their customer service is fake and made so it is annoying and a pain and you have to fight to get help. UNLESS YOU LIKE LOSING MONEY OR BUYING FAKE THINGS DO NOT BUY FROM HERE.

  2. Should have read this before buying off wish. Still have not received my items 1 month later. What a con of a website.

  3. I will not be using wish.com again. I bought some headphone from this site 2 months ago. The headphone still have not arrived. I have tried countless times to email wish.com’s customer service and get no answer. I dont think I will ever get my headphones or my money back. I do not recommend this site!

  4. After using wish to buy something my credit card has been used in china. I am extremly angry this is unacceptable the police need toshut down wish.

  5. I bought a few items from wish.com and they never arrived… never could get a refund. Scam dodgy site.

    Also be warne it looks like on wish.com’s trustpilot page they are creating a flood of generic and in some cases nonsensical 5 star positive reviews to drown out the real reviews that warn people not to buy from them.

  6. Even if your banking information isn’t shared with scammers.. the chances of you actually receiving the goods you have ordered on wish.com on time if at all is pretty slim… and if you do get the items you have paid for the quality is usually extremely low anyway. This is because most of the sellers on wish.com are from China.

    its just a really bad site. dont bother.

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