1. The Facebook page is new. You can check this by clicking on the “Page History” under the “About” section on their page. This will tell you when the shop’s profile was created.
  2. The shop doesn’t list a physical address and office phone number.
  3. There are only a few posts on the page, and most of them are advertising other hot items, like face masks or tickets to an upcoming Blackpink concert.
  4. You can see angry complaints from buyers who didn’t receive their products after paying.
  5. The seller refuses to meet, and their websites often pop up for only a few weeks.
  6. Drop the company or seller’s name into Google and see what comes up. Don’t be too eager to believe the first few results, as some big scammers can buy the first few answers.
  7. Once your payment goes through, they disappear without a trace, leaving you out of pocket.