~BEWARE~ DealTicker site accused of selling fake TOMS shoes

on Jul 12, 2012 @ 09:46 pm

Found this article and I wanted to share with you chicks, as TOMS are a great product, you just have to be careful where your buying your product.Please click the link below to read the full article article, so you never become a victim of this scam.

Lynda Steele examines the shoes Winnie Huang received through a recent DealTicker promotion.


5 Replies

FAKE FAKE FAKE.. call your credit company! on Jul 16, 2012 @ 08:53 pm

Yes if you ordered these, get your credit card to reverse the charge as soon as you can!! Everyone is getting fake shoes, plus they aren't even sending customers the right size.

The blog below images of the real TOMS vs Fake Toms sold from Dealticker


Very interesting on Jul 17, 2012 @ 12:05 pm

Wow! I saw that deal and almost ordered them, but thought twice about it and ended up purchasing my shoes directly from the TOMS website instead. So glad I made that choice! That's horrible!

DEALTICKER = SCAM on Jun 21, 2013 @ 02:56 pm

· I bought a coupon from Dealticker for a spa package with TWC image spa. TWC cannot provide me with any appointments for months and TWC asked me to contact Dealticker for a refund. I have contacted Dealticker and they refused to provide me with a refund. I have been very patient and followed DealTicker’s advice, to wait for TWC image hair spa to contact me to schedule an appointment. However, this has not happened. Essentially I have paid for a $35 non-service, having received absolutely nothing in return. I have not received a satisfactory response after multiple emails. It has been months. Dealticker finally confirmed with me today that they will not provide any refund even when TWC cannot provide me any service/good. Don’t ever buy from Dealticker!!


Yikes. on Jun 24, 2013 @ 09:08 am

I honestly don't trust any of those sites.

I have heard more bad about Deal Ticker than I have good.

^ Agreed on Jun 25, 2013 @ 09:46 am

I've heard awful stuff about them, and i'm always wary of buying from off-brand sites like this if they don't have a good general reputation. Such a shame they scammed people and tried to get away with it...just seems so stupid.


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