SCAM – Popup Tool Sales Websites

Power Tool Scams

If you’re just about to buy a $1200 cordless 10 tool combo kit from Dewalt, Makita, Milwaukee, etc for $137 bucks online and you think wow this deal is too good to be true!!! Trust that voice in your head and do a little research. Popup websites selling tools super cheap are coming up faster than wack-a-moles and blasting social media with links to the sites. (We don’t know the Youtuber below but he makes a video almost everyday on all these different SCAM websites that pop up) 

They stole the Ohio Power Tool Logo like a bunch of jerks! Stealing familiar logos and using banners & pictures right off the manufacturer’s website it’s pretty easy to fool some unsuspecting shoppers. They can get all their credit card info, personal info, created login/password (often used other places), all from their IP address and the purchase won’t raise any red flags on the card statement until of course the tools never show up or thousands of dollars in iTunes gift card get purchased. Watch out guys your logos could be next…

Tool Store Logo Knockoffs

These sites are hard to tell at first glance but there are scam alert websites like www.SCAMADVISER.com or others similar ones where you can type in the URL and they’ll let you know some fun facts about the website, age, domain, country, etc. If a company has a physical address, larger showroom, hundreds/thousands of reviews, phone number on every page, Google Trusted Store, chances are good they are legit however SCAM sites get better and better at faking you out, so no doubt they’ll be showing pictures of showrooms and buildings and doing fake reviews as well.

There are a lot of people on social media who have taken to the streets to mark SCAM on social media posts pushing new tools, sales and other info that look fraudulent however Coptool keeps getting hit with SCAM comments. Guys we’re not the enemy we’re the good guys trying to spread the word on scams like this.

Here are some Super Reputable USA Tool Dealer options that cater to Professionals:

www.OhioPowerTool.com
www.ToolBarn.com
www.AcmeTools.com
www.ToolUp.com

For Canada friends:

www.Atlas-Machinery.com

If you’re shopping for Makita, Dewalt, Milwaukee, Bosch, Metabo and other pro brands from somewhere else you’ve never dealt with before just be extra careful. We want to warn everyone about these scams so people don’t fall for them and this sort of practice becomes less successful and hopefully goes away!

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  1. FRANCIS PAQUETTE says:

    Thanks, I’ve been scammed by this. I have mentioned to facebook about these scams, but they keep changing their name.

  2. P says:

    Super scam !

  3. John Keaney says:

    I ordered power tools from keepsells.com at the cost of £550 in July money taken out of my credit card same day but thankfully my bank has refunded this. As the saying goes once bitten twice it will never happen again. Reported this but as always same keeps on popping up

  4. Melvin Wade Moore says:

    I ordered a dewalt 7 pc combo kit and should have known it was a scam going to check my account and see if it sounds to good to be true it probably is the place is called bicycle club there selling tool kits cheap I think I got scammed!

  5. Tina Brumley says:

    I have been on Facebook and was a site name tooltrunks.com are selling very cheap tool, possibly a scam…I was hoping u would do a review on this site.thanks again

  6. Robert says:

    How do I find out or report the aimee.com or ebikemalls. Website to Facebook.?? I was scammed back in September and I still see they are still posting the same deals. Think if it was a scam they would’ve caught it by now.

  7. JEFF DEBORD says:

    How do we get out money back
    I payed with my papal credit line

  8. payed for tool box in December with credit card,went to site and got a 404 not found. this is a big scam and i fell for it. how can i get the payment back on my card.

  9. phil W says:

    i too saw on yahoo home page news the ad for Superbuys,so i looked and boy great deals huh? bunch of BS i looked them up and found this site giving the low down on the scaming pieces of …. so now yahoo is posted them junk sites to draw folks in just beware and check things out if they seem tooo good

    • Anon says:

      Same thing happened to my dad , he wanted to purchase cause of a yahoo add . I would just call the bank and say that it is a scam and they took your money and hope for the best .

  10. On 11/5/2018 I ordered tools from Several Shop.com They had a link on Facebook. They processed my credit card and showed tracking through Berlin Germany then to the US through customs and finally to my town. Of course it was out for delivery and said it was misrouted. On Dec 12 they were out for delivery and tracking showed it was delivered. Correspondence with Several Shops was just unprofessional.
    You meaning that you didn’t get the package? That’s impossible. I don’t believe it. Can you look for anywhere? Which website you were order? What is order ID?
    Sounds very China to me don’t you think? No response after I told them I would report them for international fraud. Thank god my bank card covered it and will investigate. I have seen the same ad on facebook and Yahoo but they keep changing their name. It is such a scam. Save your money.

  11. Edward Francis says:

    Yeah I got stuck for $101.51 on some to Nikita power tools i’m trying now to get my money back from my credit card company it’s a shame that Facebook lets these fraudulent deals pop up on their site I thought the screen them before

  12. Martin gomersal says:

    I too got scammed on Facebook I ordered a 5pc dewalt power tool set only to receive a louis vuitton copy scarf

  13. if yohoo and facebook keeps putting these fake and scam adds on there site i’m going to sue them. because they keep putting fake adds and taking people for a ride. I lost a lot of money with superbuy. fase book needs to make things right for the people.

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