How to Recognize a Chinese Wig Scam Website?

  1. There are hundreds of wigs to choose from but not a single brand name, even on sites which claim to sell brand name wigs.
  2. There’s no contact address or phone number. You may find an address in mainland China or Hong Kong hidden somewhere on the site.
  3. Poor English, particularly in short sentences, and standard English, used in longer reviews and on whole pages. That’s because the latter have been from reputable wig sites
  4. If you save an image and use Google Image Search you’ll probably find that the photo shows a wig manufactured by a reputable company. Product model images are stolen frequently from name brands like Ellen Wille, Raquel Welch, Jon Renau, Gabor, Noriko and others.
  5. Shop only authorized web site for name brand wigs. See authorized retailer list!

3 thoughts on “How to Recognize a Chinese Wig Scam Website?

  1. I made a mistake on the web address of the scam wig company I just reported in a previous post here. Their correct web address is instead of .com


  2. I wish I had looked more into these websites, I have ordered two wigs and they are nothing like advertised and they will not refund my money. My loss, I should have known better, sure makes me angry,,,, and my husband angrier…


  3. I ordered a hairpiece from InspireUplift. Never received. When I tried to get money back, they said no refunds. I just doesn’t pay to order anything on the Internet anymore. If I had known it was coming from China, I would never have ordered, but they hide that bit of info.


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