I was asked about a shopping site aocoom.com which allegedly sells all the designer goods under the sun for really low prices. (Some of this is just my opinion on what is likely, and will be noted as such.)
The person using this profile https://www.facebook.com/tonynike.lin is spamming people's inboxes on Facebook. You know just like all the real businesses in the world do.
Here is a shot of the first page. Followed by what one of the shoes sells for on Amazon. I have no idea the exact one, my shoes came from the bin at the grocery store. But it should be enough to get the point that if you get shoes at all they will be knock offs. And that is if it is your lucky day, on a bad day you may just send your cash down some rat hole and never see it again. On a really bad day your credit card number may be stolen. All just opinion, but that is the usual outcome of these sites.
If you google any of these email addresses you will find them all over the internet selling "designer goods". If they really had a line on legitimate products at such heavily discounted prices they would not be peddling, any more than people would stand in Times Square on a 30 degree day selling on card tables.
And when I say all over, not just online want ads, they also have a second site. What is of note here are the pretendy "security symbols" at the bottom. If you go to a real website and hover over the security certificate you will see the URL in the lower left of your screen. Here you see nothing because they are just pictures, in fact if you look at the picture just above the email address you will see the "security check daily, dated Oct 7, today is Sept 5. Any sensible person would ask why would a vendor lie about such a thing?
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