A dodgy online discount tech and homeware retailer is failing to fulfil orders or refund people's money.
Which? has found multiple reports online that Abiluff.com has not been fulfilling orders for expensive branded products it lists on its website at heavily discounted prices.
One customer told us he bought a laptop from the site, but had never received an order confirmation for it and it was never delivered.
He paid via PayPal, which the Abiluff website says is it's preferred method of payment.
But now he's in a struggle to claim his money back and believes he's been the victim of a scam.
We contacted Abiluff.com for comment, but it did not respond.
We found enough concerns when looking at the Abiluff.com website to advise consumer to steer clear of it.
They don't confirm your order, but take your money through PayPal. Their phone number is not recognised, and it has several different email addresses and they don't reply to emails sent to them.
I ordered a toy for my granddaughter's birthday and it has not been delivered and from what other dissatisfied customers say, it never will be.
I paid using a credit card You have protection from. It makes credit card company is jointly and severally liable for any breach of contract or misrepresentation by the company. But for it to apply the item or service you bought must have cost more than £100 and less than £30,000.
I paid using a debit card You can ask your bank to get your money back through the . It's a voluntary scheme, where your bank and card network will try to reverse the original transaction. It applies to all debit card transactions, but exact rules may vary between the American Express, Maestro and Visa networks. Unfortunately, there are no guarantees your bank will be able to recover the money through chargeback.
We've reported the website to its domain registry for further investigation.