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Is Dailyforu Fake or Real?
Why Is Dailyforu Fake?
Dailyforu is a website that claims to sell ‘slow fashion’ products that are created by hand. However, this does not seem to really be the case the as products being sold on the site can also be found on AliExpress at much lower prices. This suggests that the clothing items for sale on Dailyforu are actually mass-produced in China.
The prices are also highly-inflated, as they are roughly 50% to 80% higher than the cost of the same products on AliExpress.
A domain name lookup of the website shows that it was registered on 14th December 2020 in Guang Dong China. The registrant’s other details such as name and contact details have not been provided. Therefore, it is a new website that is being operated anonymously.
Even though the domain name has been registered less than 3 months back, the website seems to falsely claim that Dailyforu was founded in 2018.
Additionally, the content on the About Us page seems to be copied from various websites such as Wildhorse Apparel and Who What Wear. The same text is being used by at least 7 other websites, all of which may be scams. The list is given at the end of the article.
The PayPal account associated with the website is simply called ‘Online Store’. The generic name suggests that it might be used on other websites too.
Though the website does not mention any social media pages, I found that Dailyforu has a Facebook page that was created in January 2021. This, once again, hints that Dailyforu has not been operating since 2018.
The contact details given on the website include an email ID and address. The company details provided are as follows:
Company Name: Brain Burgeon Ltd
Registration Number: 08951713
Company Address: 40 Bloomsbury Way Lower Ground Floor. London. England. WC1A 2SE (this is not a returning address)
While the company actually exists, the details are probably being misused by Dailyforu. Firstly, the website is clearly operated from China and not the UK. Secondly, the company Brain Burgeon Ltd. does not seem to have any relation to Dailyforu, as it is an English business registered in the name of a Hungarian national. I have reached out to Brain Burgeon for clarification and will update the article if they respond.
*Update* The owner of Brain Burgeon has confirmed that the company details are being misused by Dailyforu and the related websites.
Therefore, the only way to contact Dailyforu is via email.
No customer reviews for Dailyforu could be found online.
It is extremely likely that Dailyforu might be a scam. It claims to be a slow fashion brand selling hand-made products. However, the same products are available on AliExpress for less than half the price. This means that Dailyforu is actually selling mass-produced Chinese clothing.
A domain name lookup shows that it was registered in Guang Dong, China in December 2020. However, the website seems to lie that Dailyforu was founded in 2018. Their Facebook page has also been created only in January 2021.
Dailyforu also provides the company information of a UK-based company called Brain Burgeon Ltd., but the company has given me an official confirmation that there is no connection between the two. There is no mention of Dailyforu being operated from China, which can be considered as being intentionally misleading.
There is no telephone number or return address provided on the website. The only way to contact Dailyforu is through email. No reviews could be found either.
It is advisable to avoid shopping on Dailyforu as it does not appear to be a genuine online store. You would be better off ordering the desired products from AliExpress as the items are cheaper there and they also provide buyer protection.
Remember: If something seems too good to be true, it probably is.
To read about other Ecommerce Scams, click here.
List of websites related to Dailyforu
If you have been the victim of an ecommerce scam, you can take the following steps:
- File a complaint with your bank and the payment portal to reverse the payment
- Lodge a complaint formal complaint with your country’s cybercrime police department
- Leave a negative review on review portals such as Scamadviser, TrustPilot, OnlineThreatAlerts and SiteJabber
- Give a low rating to the website on Web of Trust. You can also install their extension for the same
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