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Shuastore claims that they sell high-quality products for very low prices in their online store. But should you be able to trust them?

Scam online shops often use attractive offers to lure unsuspecting customers. Scam online stores often use attractive offers to lure unsuspecting buyers into placing orders. They either get products of poor quality or none at all. has a convincing website layout that gives it a trustworthy outlook. is not a scam website. However, this shouldn’t deceive anyone into thinking that Shuastore is legitimate.

Shuastore accepts PayPal and credit/debit card payments.

Shuastore: What We Found!

The ease of doing things online is one of the many benefits of the internet age. You can purchase items online from your home by simply clicking a few links on your smartphone or laptop. It has one drawback: the sellers can be invisible and could be scammers.

We took the responsibility of reviewing sites such as Shuastore to expose fraudulent schemes.

Shuastore has received no positive reviews. Online stores that have received positive reviews are usually trustworthy.

Their website uses HTTPS security. This means that credit card numbers and passwords are kept confidential when they are sent to them. However, this does not guarantee that they won’t steal your information. was also a fraud online store.


They are very inactive on social media. Trustworthy shops use social media to promote their products and connect with customers. Customers’ complaints are even heard and addressed via their social media accounts. Scam stores do not have social media accounts as victims of fraud can tag them and expose them, warning other potential buyers.

Customers complained that they did not receive any response to their contact information.

The store’s owners are anonymous, so there is no accountability and no way to sue if you get scammed. It is alarming that the owners of the store have not provided any real faces to answer for their operations.


There are no reviews for the products on Amazon and other trusted online retailers usually have mixed customer reviews on the products they sell.

ScamDoc, a website analysis platform, returned a trust score of 21% when we ran a scan of their site. Their site cannot be trusted as no identifying information is associated with the domain.


Their web pages used content copied from other sources. Both their website template as well as the content were found in other fraudulent shops.


Their website does not have a reliable tracking system to track the progress of orders.

This was written by a customer on ScamDoc.


Verdict! is an untrustworthy online shop, just like Lacasha. We do not recommend you shop at You run the risk of losing money and not receiving your product.


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