Every horror story begins with a villain… this Knockoff Nightmare comes from JenJenHouse.com. JenJenHouse also owns JJshouse.com. The first thing you should notice about JenJenHouse.com is that EVERYTHING has a 5 star review. How can there be entire Facebook pages dedicated to warning people about JenJenHouse if every customer is so amazingly happy with their purchase?? On top of that, looking through, we found multiple times where reviews were by “different people”, but were exactly the same review – word for word. Don’t waste your time on this site, folks! For a complete list of questionable sites check out our Known Knockoff Sites page.
Regina’s story – “This site is the reason people say buyer beware. I ordered a satin dress and received this hideous dress that was made from fabric you’d make curtains out of-not satin. The design seemed off, it looked like a cheap knock off of what they had pictured and described when I bought it. The seams weren’t inline, there was like an inch and a half of fabric tucked into each side, the dress looked like it had already been altered before I got it. There were no tags, not even sewn in ones, which is very suspicious, if it was a designer they tend to like to take credit for their work. So it was obviously a used knock off dress that they didn’t even bother to get the right fabric for.”
“Then when trying to return it, their return guidelines say I should be able to get a full refund back including shipping since they shipped me the wrong dress. They wouldn’t even deal with me until I got PayPal involved. Then they offered me $45 when I payed $110. PayPal said I could get a full refund back, I just got to ship it back—-fine I DON’T WANT IT!!! One big problem, they’re located in Hong Kong and the cheapest I found to ship it was $98. So PayPal told me to wait and they’d ask JenJenHouse to make a better offer. So they offered me $46. They are SCAM ARTISTS!!!!!!! DON’T BUY ANYTHING FROM THEM!!!!”
“I also reviewed the dress on their site, gave them 1 star and wrote an honest clean opinion on the dress-terrible and poorly made. They first published the review but published it with 5 stars—uhhh NO!!! then a few days later they deleted it altogether. Those reviews of the dresses are all fake! It is a bit suspicious that EVERYONE would give them 5 stars, every single dress? Not a 4 star anywhere? Also their “sale” keeps recycling and starting over again, just a way to lure you in and make you feel like you should purchase right away. I had to order this as a bridesmaid dress so didn’t research much cause everyone assumed someone else did, so they scammed a good group of us with the same horrible dress.”
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