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FingSale.Com is a SCAM Beware! Details Why...?

savememore 34 12 July 20, 2016 at 07:07 PM in Tech & Electronics
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Purchased an item from this website through Google Store thinking they were a legit company. I received an email from FingSale.com stating my item was completed and ready to ship out and I would receive an email a few days later. Then a few days later I get an email from FingSale.com saying due to their vendor my product will not be available. The problem is not ONLY that they did not fulfill my order, but NOW this company has my credit card, shipping address and personal information. They are located here based on their website (See Pics attached)


They are being reported to Google Shopping, Better Business Bureau and Pay Pal.

Please be warned about FingSale.com They have a ratings system but when you rate their items ALL of your information gets deleted as soon as it's submitted. You can do a Google search and you won't find much about this company. There AD has since been deleted on Google Shopping. I JUST WANT EVERYONE HERE TO BE AWARE of FingSale.com so you don't have to go through the same issues and stay safe.


If you had a simulair experience with FingSale.com please post here so others can be aware on Slickdeals.net.

Sorry if this is not the place to post this, the sooner this gets out the safer customers will be.


Thank you.
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#2
is it pronounced fing or "eff"-ing sale?
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Never trust your finger when it comes to sales. Your fingers push the button and it sold you out.
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Quote from wsush View Post :
is it pronounced fing or "eff"-ing sale?
I think we all know how the OP pronounces it!
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this is the big giveaway one year registration

Updated Date: 15-may-2016
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this is the big giveaway one year registration

Updated Date: 15-may-2016
Creation Date: 08-apr-2016
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Thank you. I should have done more research on this company before buying even though I DID buy the product through GOOGLE SHOPPING link, I guess that was not enough to trust Google.
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Don't think any of us were ever planning to buy from them pal. Why don't you go to slickscams.com
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Quote from savememore View Post :

If you had a simulair experience with FingSale.com please post here so others can be aware on Slickdeals.net.

Sorry if this is not the place to post this, the sooner this gets out the safer customers will be.

Never had a "simulair" experience but first step in being safe is not purchasing from shady websites without properly researching them, beforehand.


Warning people about the obvious....isn't a "hot deal".
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Quote from savememore View Post :
Thank you. I should have done more research on this company before buying even though I DID buy the product through GOOGLE SHOPPING link, I guess that was not enough to trust Google.
Google Shopping is just a paid advertisement click system. It is not much different in any link on the internet.


Google Trusted Stores, is much different, and has some vetting.

Finally, you should have used PayPal.

You have no proof they are a scam, you only had a sale order not fulfilled.

Thus, HotDeals is not the forum nor the place for you to complain. I would not shop there anyway.
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Unless they didn't get a refund, what is the scam? Fear of identity theft?
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Did you report the "fraudulent charges" to the authorities and your financial institution?

...Oh, wait.
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Cool story bro
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Idk if this site is legit or not, but canceling an order alone doesn't necessarily indicate some sort of scam.

I've had orders cancelled several times by reputable companies (Walmart, Target, Best Buy, Amazon etc..) just means they F-ed up and ran out of the product I purchased. nbd.
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told you idiots that were quick to judge. FINGSale is long gone....... Smilie
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