It’s Holiday Guitar Online Scam Time Again
Do you know how you can tell that the holiday gift season is coming? Because that’s when Facebook and other social media sites start featuring all the great deals that aren’t great deals… they’re total scam ripoffs.
Look at these guitars and these prices on this “Guitar Store” site.
Warning! This isn’t a guitar store, it is a place where people steal your credit card numbers and run up charges and deliver nothing. Not a thing! Unlike real companies that simply charge crazy prices for foolish stuff, no one needs, like a $179 connected LifeFuels water bottle, these guitar shops don’t even deliver a silly joke of a product. At least at LifeFuels they ship you something and don’t steal your credit cards. These guitar shops are total ripoffs. They are bona fide cons!
So this holiday season, when looking to buy guitars or other expensive gift items like power tools and designer clothing lookout for the fake advertisements on Facebook. Because Facebook does not verify the truthfulness or legitimacy of the advertisements they host. So make sure they are real!
When a deal seems too good to be true, it usually is. Avoid these verified fake sites!
Oh, and if you are going to buy a foolish battery-operated liquid Pez dispenser you should hurry… because right now Lifeuels is having a Black Friday sale where their bottle is being offered at an $80 off the MSRP of $179. Order before Monday, November 25th, 2019, Link Here and use code, BLACKFRIDAY.
How can you tell the difference between a con and a real product?
- A $3,000 Les Paul Guitar for $199 is too good to be true. That’s a con.
- A Liquid Pez Dispenser for $99 is not too good and is true. That’s not a con… that’s just a dumb product.
So remember, this is a $29 Les Paul.
You won’t even get this at these scam sites. A less paul like the one below cost much more.
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