Once again, it would seem that there are unscrupulous types out in the world, who are using valid company names to peddle fraudulent items on the web.
Acewell have been victims of this fraud in the past and it would seem that in spite of our best efforts, there are still consumers falling foul of deals that might appear to be too good to miss.
We cannot be clearer about this: Acewell Electronics Ltd do not sell consumer goods, such as iPhones, iPads, cameras or laptops.
If you have stumbled on our page, looking for information about a company you are about to do business with that are using a name in anyway similar to ours, then our advice is DO NOT DO IT.
Think about it for a moment. How could this deal be so good? If these ‘companies’ are able to sell items such as iPads for far less than you can buy them from Apple, where have they come by them? The answer is quite simple. They haven’t. I really shouldn’t need to tell you that the items DO NOT EXIST. If you ‘buy’ them, you are going to be gutted, because you will get nothing other than a hole in your bank account. Think a bit more. Why do they want you to pay up front? Isn’t a normal transaction carried out by you handing over money and them handing over the goods? And why do they want you to pay using some potentially dodgy non traceable method like Western Union, or even to a lesser degree, PayPal? It doesn’t take a Harvard trained lawyer to work it out. They are crooks and they are after your money.
Quite frankly, if you get caught up in this, then you have no one to blame, but yourself.
If you are in the market for consumer electronics, buy from Amazon, buy from Currys, buy from your country’s leading gadget shop – whoever they may be, even buy off eBay – but don’t under any circumstances buy from any company who you cannot verify and especially not one using a name similar to Acewell.
In this instance, the only winning move, is not to play.