is not a safe website. Aside from the possibility of not receiving your order or receiving an inferior item/wrong product, your credit card info is not safe on the site.

While investigating the website, I found dangerous signals which indicate the owner(s) is not genuine.

Aside from luring buyers on social media with too good to be true discounts and fabricated reviews, other red flags worth noting are;

Trustworthiness – 1%

Noneacious displays different kinds of clothes – dresses, pants, tops, etc. However, they all have one thing in common; all the faces of the models have been cropped out.

This is one trait of untrustworthy online boutiques. They pass off stolen design as theirs. Then they crop out the models faces so they can easily refute any copyright infringement claim. (This is also the same for the content written on the website – generic copy and paste pages)

Why should you trust such a site?

In the likelihood that you do receive your order, it would either be of a cheap material, a different design or a different colour. A classic case of bait and switch scam.

Identity – 0%

There’s no information on the site about who owns the online store. The About Us content is thin and vague, not bearing tangible data.

When I checked (a domain checker tool) for who registered the website, the registrar info is ‘Internet Domain Service BS Corp’. This means the owner has opted for a privacy shield to hide his/her information.

Reliability – 1% has a poor reliability rating. The website was only registered on the 23rd of March 2024, barely few days. As a result of this, it has no reputation customers can rely on. Newly registered websites like this one can easily commit fraud as they are not worried about their brand image.

Security – 4%

The website passed SSL assessment, it’s secured with Secure Sockets Layer. Customer’s data are encrypted and can’t be stolen or transferred by hackers. However, this doesn’t protect customers from inside attack.

There’s a possibility of recurring charges from This could be via –

  • Hidden membership subscription – Some shady online stores deceptively add customers into a membership program during checkout.
  • credit card fraud – The owner of the site could scrape off customers credit card details and use it for unauthorized transactions elsewhere.
  • Double order placed – Customers could get charged twice or thrice for a piece of item. If they’re lucky they could get a refund. Unlucky ones don’t get a refund or the item.

Customer Support – 2%

Aside from the email address ‘’, there’s no other means customers can reach the store. No telephone number, physical address, or even an active social media page. This doesn’t look good.

In this scenario, customers are at the mercy of the merchant. He/she can choose to ignore or respond to their mails. They’ve nothing to lose.

Refund Policy – 0%

Noneacious boasts of a 14 days return policy and an immediate cancellation option. However, these are mere words that shouldn’t be taken seriously. One common trait with websites that have such low scores is the inability for customers to get a refund.

The merchant would either do the following;

  • Ignore order cancellation request by failing to respond to mails
  • Ask that customers pay a shipping fee whose amount is almost equivalent to the price of the item bought
  • Return only 20% of the money and tell the customer to keep the item

Verdict has a poor safety score, and as such is marked unsafe for online purchase/shopping. Customers who shop from this website would either receive an inferior/wrong product or nothing at all. There’s also a possibility of recurring charges from the site which could be as a result of hidden membership subscription, credit card fraud or duplicate orders.

If you’ve already shopped on before reading this, here’s what you should do;

First thing first, contact the merchant and request to cancel your order. If this request isn’t granted, you should proceed with the next step;

Inform your financial provider of the fraudulent transaction and request for a chargeback. If it’s possible, they’d be able to revert the charge and recover the amount. If it isn’t possible, you should count your loss and move on.

Monitor your bank statement. I always advise everyone to do this, whether you’ve shopped from an untrustworthy merchant or not. By monitoring your bank statement, you’d be quick to detect unknown charges and request for a credit freeze.

However, if you can’t bear the thought of being dubiously charged by in the future, you should immediately cancel your credit card and request for a new one.

NB – You can use the above method I used in investigating to find out if a website is scam or legit.

Meanwhile, if you’ve any questions you can out to me on my Facebook page.

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By Judith Davidson

I am Judith Davidson, a Cyber Security Professional. I am the founder, Investigator and Author of I started working as a Cyber Fraud Researcher in 2019 when I saw lots of people falling victims to fraudulent websites pretending to sell disinfectants, masks and wipes during the Covid19 pandemic. Since then, I've saved millions of people from online scams.

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