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# 106406 23-Jul-2012 16:36
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Hi,

I saw the following website advertised on Facebook: http://www.buy365.co.nz

and having had a look around I couldn't help but feel as though it was a con-job website but I'd like to hear back whether anyone has actually used it and they are actually genuine.

Any information regarding the said website would be much appreciated.




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  # 660479 23-Jul-2012 16:39
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omain_name: buy365.co.nz
query_status: 200 Active
domain_dateregistered: 2011-06-14T15:26:51+12:00
domain_datebilleduntil: 2013-06-14T15:26:51+12:00
domain_datelastmodified: 2012-05-09T16:26:26+12:00
domain_delegaterequested: yes
domain_signed: no
registrar_name: Directi Internet Solutions Pvt. Ltd. D/B/A PublicDomainRegistry.com
registrar_address1: DirectiPlex
registrar_address2: Next to Andheri Subway, Old Nagardas Road, Anheri (East)
registrar_city: Mumbai
registrar_province: Maharashtra
registrar_postalcode: 400 069
registrar_country: IN (INDIA)
registrar_phone: +91 22 30797500
registrar_fax: +91 22 30797508
registrar_email:
registrant_contact_name: HuangXiuYing
registrant_contact_address1: Shandong dezhou dezhou xinhua industrial park
registrant_contact_city: Texas
registrant_contact_province: Shandong
registrant_contact_country: CN (CHINA)
registrant_contact_phone: +86 05342600999
registrant_contact_email:
admin_contact_name: HuangXiuYing
admin_contact_address1: Shandong dezhou dezhou xinhua industrial park
admin_contact_city: Texas
admin_contact_province: Shandong
admin_contact_country: CN (CHINA)
admin_contact_phone: +86 05342600999
admin_contact_email:
technical_contact_name: HuangXiuYing
technical_contact_address1: Shandong dezhou dezhou xinhua industrial park
technical_contact_city: Texas
technical_contact_province: Shandong
technical_contact_country: CN (CHINA)
technical_contact_phone: +86 05342600999
technical_contact_email:
ns_name_01: f1g1ns2.dnspod.net
ns_name_02: f1g1ns1.dnspod.net


I'd stay clear of them based on that info

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  # 660491 23-Jul-2012 16:44
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Im sorry, must find ......oxygen, laughing.... too.... much....

"Are your products oiginal?               All of our products are from factory directly, 100% authentic quality and original packages.

               You can return to us, if there is any problem with quality.And we promise 30-days money back warranty."

Yes...but who's factory ? Yours or the original manufacturers ?






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  # 660492 23-Jul-2012 16:46
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Thanks for the advice guys, I think I'll stick with old reliable Hyper Ride.




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  # 660511 23-Jul-2012 17:13
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kawaii: Thanks for the advice guys, I think I'll stick with old reliable Hyper Ride.


2 seconds just looking at the website, the logo and brand name look like they were done in word in 10 seconds. No address details etc.

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  # 660540 23-Jul-2012 18:12
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freitasm: A Chinese website registered through an Indian company?

Are you kidding me? Kill it, kill it with fire.


I dunno about that, DirectI is pretty legit actually.  Of course the same can't be said for the website in question...

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  # 660581 23-Jul-2012 19:10
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I totally ignore all advertising I see on Facebook. Half the time they look like sites that would steal all my creds (paranoid girl here... I have plenty of safety checks in place, but I work on the principle that if I don't NEED to click on it, why bother?)




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