Luxury Wrist Watch Store
Is Uniqpek Fake or Real?
Why Is Uniqpek Fake?
Uniqpek is an online store that supposedly sells Rolex watches at unbelievable prices. The website appears to be a scam from the get-go because of how shoddy it is, more so considering that it is listing high-end watches. The site logo simply says ‘KING’ instead of Uniqpek.
It is laughably obvious that this is a scam because the prices on Uniqpek are more than 99% lower compared to genuine websites.
There is no indication that these watches are replicas or damaged. In fact, it is clearly stated that the watches are 100% authentic and brand new. Obviously, this is impossible given the prices.
A domain name lookup of the website shows that it was registered on 17th April 2021 in Beijing, China. The domain registrar is Xin Net Technology which is also a Chinese company.
The registrant’s other details such as name and contact information have not been provided. Therefore, it is a new website being operated from a high-risk country.
The website is of extremely poor quality and contains almost no content except for the fake product listings. The About Us page states in broken English that Uniqpek is a ‘watch company’ from Japan. This is clearly not true.
The website footer says ‘Copyright 2020’ which is also a blatant lie as Uniqpek did not exist before April 2021.
The Terms & Conditions page contains the name of a completely different website called Mineyeezy. There are at least three other websites that contain this name too that are most likely other scams by the same scammer or scammers.
As the name suggests, Mineyeezy was probably a fake sneaker store. There is evidence of this in multiple instances on the website.
The website footer mentions ‘shoes and sneakers’, there is a random mention of Adidas on the Shipping page and the Brands page contains names of shoe and clothing brands.
While testing the checkout process, I found that Uniqpek redirects to PayPal via a dummy website called Nasteaelena. The PayPal account is also named ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’.
Uniqpek does not seem to have a social media presence. There are no social media profiles mentioned on the website and I could not find any on my own either. Uniqpek might be advertising through proxy pages.
The website does not contain any information about the company running it. There are no contact details given either. The only way to contact Uniqpek is by using an email form, but my guess is that the enquiries go nowhere.
No reviews for Uniqpek or any of the related websites could be found.
It is plain as day that Uniqpek is a scam. The most obvious sign is that they are supposedly giving discounts upwards of 99% on brand new authentic Rolex watches.
The About Us page states that the website belongs to a Japanese ‘watch company’. This is a blatant lie as the domain name has been registered in China. The site was created in April 2021, but the website falsely states that it has been active since 2020.
There are various references to shoes and sneakers throughout the website even though it only sells watches. This is because it is one of the clones of a fake sneaker store called Mineyeezy. I found that there are at least three other clones apart from Uniqpek.
Uniqpek accepts PayPal but redirects to the portal through a website called Nasteaelena. This site appears to be a dummy that has been set-up explicitly for this purpose. It is hosted on Opencart which is also a Chinese platform.
Uniqpek has no social media pages. There is no company or contact information provided on the website. Therefore, there is no way to contact them for customer support.
It is advisable to avoid shopping on Uniqpek as there is absolutely no reason to believe that it is a genuine store.
Remember, if it’s too good to be true, it probably is.
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Remember: If something seems too good to be true, it probably is.
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