Fraudulent website : www.solarimarket.com

SUSPECTED SCAM!

Date09/23/2019
Url / Websitewww.solarimarket.com
Scam contentsScam site. Their store is a Condominium home thats occupied in San Francisco! Not an online store! Its just a scam to steal your credit card information. Do not purchase from this scam shop.
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11 comments


  • Tm 09/26/2019 at 04:24 AM

    Any one purchased anything from this site yet?

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  • NoScamVictim 09/29/2019 at 03:00 AM

    I was interested in their sheep shearers, an electric shaver with huge teeth to shear large furry animals and large dogs with very thick double coats, like sheep have. They offer the idential looking shearer for $15 that Amazon and even Walmart price at $70 or $90.
    Suspicious: I found their business street address (or at least they claim it is) at: 2603 Harrison St, San Francisco, CA 94111. On Google Satellite Maps, it is a nice looking apartment building in a basically good neighborhood. But if I knock on their door, there is no Unit or Apartment Number given, so if there is no sign on the little lobby doorbell, then who are they, and how do you reach them?
    The California Secretary of State lists all corporations of all kinds, profit, nonprofit, LLC etc. Search "Solari Market" or one word: "SolariMarket" -- "THERE ARE NO RESULTS."... Read more

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  • NoScamVictim 09/29/2019 at 03:06 AM

    Another reason SOLARIMARKET.COM is a SCAM.
    Their website promises great service, free returns, etc.

    But they are only pasting in a template, and the last line they forgot to even put in their supposed "company name"--
    It says, We here at [INSERT YOUR COMPANY NAME HERE] promise excellent service." HAH!
    Also, their website home page, bottom of every page gives hours Mon-Fri 9AM-5PM EASTERN TIME.
    HUH? They give their address in SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, last time I looked, SF had not fallen into the Atlantic Ocean yet. It's NOT East Coast!

    Contact Us page says:
    Contact Us
    Mon-Sat 9am-5pm Eastern
    Reach Us At ANY time 24/7/365 VIA:
    Email: info@solarimarket.com
    Phone: (902) 393-2164
    Address: 2603 Harrison St San Francisco, CA 94110 U.S.A... Read more

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  • Newmom101 10/04/2019 at 09:26 AM

    I bought a 3 in 1 stroller being a new mom I thought it was a good deal and it was on my Facebook. I purchased it and it looked legit with a receipt. Nothing has come in the mail though and so i tried contacting them. Right now I feel like giving them a foot up their butt for fooling people. Cant believe I was so dumb.

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  • sergio 10/07/2019 at 09:40 PM

    This SolariMarket is a FAKE COMPANY be aware and don't purchase anything from them because it's a 100% ripoff .They allure you with an unbelievable super cheap price for items but you will never receive anything and they will try to cash on your credit card information.

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  • Dee 10/12/2019 at 06:33 PM

    Stole my money it is a guarantee scam you guys need to put a block on your bank card or cancel in have your bank to send you a new one.

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  • Cheli 10/16/2019 at 01:57 PM

    Yes it’s a complete scam , I buy 2 halloween costumes and after I pay the website just disappeared, anyone knows how to report them?

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  • Brittany 10/21/2019 at 06:13 PM

    I brought a chair for my husband never got it in now I can't find there information I'm about to report them to my bank

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  • Roslyn 10/24/2019 at 10:52 PM

    I purchased 2 pine wood room dividers. Total cost $29.90. I received a confirmation email with order number on October 7, 2019. I have yet to receive my merchandise . I went on their website and it appears the site is not functioning. From reading other reviews, I believe I have been scammed and I fear my credit card may have been compromised.

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  • Robert 11/12/2019 at 10:55 PM

    So I bought an SSD from them, and right of the bat, I knew this was not legit. These are my reasons why.

    1. Everything was suspiciously the same price ($14.95) with the same $20 discount applied to every item.
    2. The items were random, and not fit into categories (Electronics, Toys, Clothing, etc.)
    3. There was no information about the item (Type, Size, Condition, etc.) The only information to come by were pictures.
    4. There is no ways of making an account, so you couldn't track your "packages".
    5. There was no tracking number, or any estimated dates.
    6. When you tried to call them, it says "This number is not available". Also, according to the caller ID, it says the number is from Canada.
    7. It has been more than one month, and my "package" has yet to arrive.... Read more

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