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There are many websites appearing on the Google Ad words system (Googles sponsored ads) offering UGG Boots that are in fact low-quality fakes/copies of UGG boots. These websites deliberately set out to deceive people into thinking they are buying genuine UGG Boots when in fact customers in many cases are not receiving goods at all, receiving irrelevant items or receiving cheaply-made low-quality fakes. These items are shipped directly from counterfeiting factories. In fact, many of these websites have copied content from our website, including images, logos, and content to trick unaware consumers into purchasing from them. The intention of this article is to warn customers of those websites and provide you with an updated list of those websites in order for customers to avoid purchasing from them. The amount of emails we have received from innocent consumers and customers is undoubtedly significant and has triggered this action. With Christmas around the corner, we urge you to be vigilant in avoiding purchasing through these websites.
Furthermore, we have no doubt that each and every one of these fake websites will soon have this notice appearing to trick the consumer once again into believing that they are the real deal. Before you continue your navigation and purchase we strongly recommend you use a simple tool to run a check on the website, its location and its owner. Anything coming out of China (country code CN) within the last 12 months should be avoided. You may use the following website and type in the domain name you are currently on. We recommend typing this link into your web browser and not clicking on the link.
Contact methods: If the website only offers an input form for support or a generic e-mail account like Gmail or Yahoo or IM support then AVOID. Legitimate Online Ugg Boot retailers have much more established websites with proper support methods, domain name email addresses, physical addresses and telephone numbers and local contacts.
Poor English: If some of the text on the home pages and product pages seems a little odd then take that as a warning sign that the creator cannot speak English or simply does not care what their content writes. Irrelevant text content can be found on these websites, and content that simply does not make sense. Naturally, this is a clear indication the website in question clearly does not care what he sells you and his only interest is your money. Cheap Prices: Remember the old adage if it sounds too good to be true then it generally is.
Methods of Payment: If the website offers only payment methods such as Western Union Transfer and PayPal, avoid.
Jumbo Ugg Boots hopes this information has been of use to you and wishes you a safe purchase.