Beijing's Haidian District Consumers' Association has exposed 29 online shopping websites that have allegedly cheated consumers by not delivering the goods the sell.
The 29 websites are www.lusen.net.cn, www.yr988.com, www.gowu99.com, www.rc868.com, www.blbl168.com, www.zy10086.com, www.gouwujie888.com, www.xxwsgwzx.com, www.yy3d.cn, www.jx3366.com, www.qqhhwang.com, www.jinghongjt.com, www.aigosm.com, www.622188.com, www.huifengjt.com, www.92788.com, www.kkhwj.com.cn, www.39617.com, www.keyiit.com, www.ok13088.com, www.xinhang3c.com, www.ehay.com.cn, www.it8989.com, www.100lego.com, www.feiren58.com, www.dx010.net, Zhongqi Group (website not available), www.zrrsoft.bcmm.cn and www.xacdma.com. Most of them are said to be electronics sellers.
Haidian District Consumers' Association says they have received over a hundred complaints on online shopping fraud in recent years. The Association says these websites usually offer a discount of 40%-60% for goods to lure consumers, but refuse to deliver goods to the consumers after receiving the money. As these cheaters use fake websites, consumers can't find them when they realize they have been cheated.
HDCA says these 29 websites are those that have received the most complaints.