Did you receive an Instagram DM from Juno Valentina asking you to partner with them? Since 2023, Junovalentina.com has been known to offer free jewelries for brand ambassadorship. However, it’s not all glitters and gold. Here’s what you need to know if you’re considering trying this jewelry brand this 2024.

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Juno Valentina Jewelry Scam

Juno Valentina scams customers with a fake ‘100% coupon code pay for only shipping’. They claim their jewelries are of high quality but in reality they are cheap jewelries not worth the $36 shipping fee collected.

The brand pads up their shipping fee which shouldn’t be more than $10, then adds cheap five dollar jewelries. At the end, customers are paying $36 for an online shopping whose value and expense shouldn’t exceed $20.

Is Juno Valentina Jewelry Ambassador Legit deal?

The brand ambassadorship program by Juno Valentina is not a legit offer for potential ambassadors. It’s just a marketing gimmick used by the brand, you’re not paying less. They want you to partner with them yet they require you to pay shipping fee. $36 even for international shipping is quite costly. You’re literally paying for the cheap jewelry via the shipping cost.This is not how genuine influencer program works.

Also, the brand offers the partnership deal to all and sundry, even to Instagram users who are less active and have few followers. This should tell you that they’re not doing this for PR or Advertising, they just want to sell to unsuspecting people even if it means using ‘brand ambassador offer’ as a bait.

Red Flags

No Business Address

The store does not provide its business address or warehouse address. As a customer, the only way to know where your order is coming from is after placing the order. While this doesn’t make the online store bad, it’s actually something to be looked into.

Anonymous Owner

They have not provided any information about who the owner is. The ‘About Us’ story on the website is vague and contains no details about the entities behind the brand.

Not a Registered Company

Though launched in 2023, it’s shocking that this jewelry brand isn’t registered. We’ve scoured Canada Business Registries, UK Registries and came out with absolutely nothing. Even Companies House (a global registry) has no information about Juno Valentina.

Unethical Practices

Juno Valentina uses bots to tag people to their posts and also send them Instagram DMs. These bots have been configured to send a link to users once people indicate interest in the brand ambassador program. There’s no real person to talk to.

Consequences of Shopping from Junovalentina.com

Aside from receiving inferior products, buyers could be victims of the following frauds;

  • unauthorized charges on credit cards
  • Automatic VIP membership subscription – Some dubious online stores often add customers into a subscription plan without their notice. Victims get charged a monthly subscription fee for unwanted jewelries.

Tips for Spotting Scam Influencer Programs

  1. Requests for you to purchase their product first for reimbursement later.
  2. Requires you to purchase at a discount.
  3. You have to cover the shipping fees and expenses.
  4. Asking you to create content for their use on their Instagram/website, using their product but they don’t pay you or give you the product. In return, they will help promote your social media accounts (i.e. will credit you)
  5. Brands requesting a collaboration by commenting in your comments on Instagram, or your blog. They’re using a shotgun approach hoping you’ll bite.
  6. Using language that isn’t professional (i.e., sweetie, darling, honey… you get the picture).
  7. Spelling and grammar errors! This is one of the biggest indicators this is not a professional request.
  8. A brand collaboration scam will always have caveats in the email or message that makes extra work for you, without really compensating you for it.
  9. Offering you a special affiliate commission with a “discount” for your followers (there are affiliate programs galore that you can sign-up to).
  10. It’s from a sketchy company that when you Google it, seems to be doing some questionable work or has poor reviews.

How to know If an Online Store is Fake

Aside from the obvious too good to be true discount sale, here are other ways to identify a scam website;

Check Website Registration Age

How old is the website? The domain age of a website tells a lot about a store’s legitimacy or transparency. Websites below 6 months old are often considered unsafe. You can find out a website’s age by checking on Who.is ( a free domain checker tool)

Find Out If The Website Has SSL Encryption

find out if the website is secured with SSL encryption. (https and padlock symbols). If the padlock symbol doesn’t appear near the website’s URL, then it means your personal and financial information is at risk at the store.

Verify The Business Address

Does The website provide return address? If Yes (Copy the address and paste on your browser. Google map would show if it is a real warehouse address or a residential address) If the address has also been used by other websites you’d see reviews in search results.

Search For Reviews Online

Are there customer reviews online? (It is advised that you sit it out if there are no customer reviews of the store. However if you’re not patient enough to wait you can send a mail to us to verify if the store is legit)

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By Judith Davidson

I am Judith Davidson, a Cyber Security Professional. I am the founder, Investigator and Author of Snoopviews.com. 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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