A source of click-through marketing spam.
Currently, this site sponsors vendors of counterfeit goods without vetting and should not be trusted.
Lookout for scams but as for my experience - the top-rated sellers appear to be honest and will process the refund if something goes wrong with the goods you bought. And I would recommend controlling your children - there are lots of fun items on the store
Something like 4/5. Mostly they are precise and honest. However the store is the chinese marketpalce and there are many sellers - some are really bad :( but mostly on every of them it is possible to find the feedbacks and decide whether to trust
Launched in May 2003, Taobao Marketplace (www.taobao.com) is the online shopping destination of choice for Chinese consumers looking for wide selection, value and convenience. Shoppers choose from a wide range of products and services on Taobao Marketplace, which features hundreds of millions of product and service listings. Taobao Marketplace was China's largest online shopping destination in terms of gross merchandise volume in 2013, according to iResearch. Taobao Marketplace is a business within Alibaba Group.
☠ Spamvertized STOOGE Site
☛ Spam Distributors, Email Harvesting, Tracking & Redirection.
☛ Site is associated with or sending Mass UCE Spam.
☛ Spammed site pose Possible Illegal Phishing/ID Theft Scams.
☛ Site uses Shortened/Obscured Redirection URLs to HIDE the true web address.
☛ User beware. Do not become their next victim.
*<*-*>* The intended and deceitful practice of sending Unsolicited Commercial Email (UCE), Unsolicited Bulk Email (UBE) is not consistent with how a "legitimate and reputable company" would/should do business.
*<~>* Common illegal and deceitful practices include: forging the email header, forging the "To" email address, omitting or "munged" the email "To" address and obscuring the website/domain URL (obfuscated the HTML links) and using Shortened URLs to HIDE their true web address.
(•ิ_•ิ) Why would you trust a company that needs to knowingly send Illegal Mass UCE Spam? Which of course sounds nothing like how a legitimate and reputable company would/should do business!
(•ิ_•ิ) Always remember the basic rules about Scammers/Spammers:
❶ Scammers/Spammers always lie.
❷ If a Scammers/spammer says they aren't lying, see rule 1.
☠ Spamvertized STOOGE Scam Site: http://item.taobao.com/item.htm
☠ STOOGE Spam IP: 126.96.36.199