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    Default Muffeale - is it for real?

    Take a look at the ukulele prices on http://Muffeale.com

    What do you think? Scam, knock off products, or real bargains? Let's hear about any experience you've had with them.
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    Deering banjolele for 50 bucks??? Something smells rotten...

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    A lot of photo's are a little wonky. Some of the prices seem spot on or pretty good for the item, while others are looking to be a little too good to be true. Can yea call 'em and talk to them on the phone??? I like to be able to call someone if I want to.

    I'll stick to the tried and true that I've gotten to know,,,,,and trust.......



    The contact address is an apartment building in the Richmond, Virginia area. Now I know some people run business out of their home and drop ship from suppliers, manufactures, warehouses and what not.........

    I'd rather buy from Amazon if I had to.......
    Last edited by mjh42; 02-10-2020 at 02:42 PM.

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    The site doesn't even appear to be secure for starters...

    Quote Originally Posted by Arcy View Post
    ..and another: https://scamwitness.com/muffeale-com-reviews

    All valid points. Looks like a scam.

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    yes, it just might be too good to be true.

    "We do not recommend the Muffeale site for any kind of use. Please don’t share your information with them and maintain a distance."
    https://wisdomganga.com/muffeale-a-s...ffeale-review/

    Still, it is tempting. When the Nigerian prince sends me that million dollars, I might order from them.
    Too many ukes, but I can't stop buying!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjh42 View Post
    A lot of photo's are a little wonky. Some of the prices seem spot on or pretty good for the item, while others are looking to be a little too good to be true.
    The Enya Nova Electric is more then $100 below list. Tempting, but suspicious.

    Does someone want to call them and see what they say?
    Tel+1 2089182277
    Last edited by Jerryc41; 02-11-2020 at 01:14 AM.
    Too many ukes, but I can't stop buying!
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    Their Christmas Sale advert is still up as the lead page in February.
    Last edited by stevejfc; 03-26-2020 at 02:40 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevejfc View Post
    They're Christmas Sale advert is still up as the lead page in February.
    They're getting an early start on the buying season.

    I wrote to Enya to see if they know anything about them.
    Too many ukes, but I can't stop buying!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcy View Post
    Huh. What's interesting is that many of the things that this site says points to Muffeale being a scam site, are true about this site. Like no information about who owns the site. Who the author is. If he /she loves to write, why is it written in broken English?

    Yes, I agree Muffeale .com is a bogus site.

    Only the Musical Instruments and Guitar headings lead to any listings. Everything else, like "Clothing" and "Jewelry", have no products.
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