Best Price Home Scam: Fake Black Friday Site
Beware of the Best Price Home Scam, a shady website that pretends to have great Black Friday deals. It is also known as the eHomeSport scam (or eHome Sport), as it has changed its domain name in the last 24 hours! The Best Price Home reviews are also inexistent – same as the eHomeSport.com reviews – which makes this site not to be trusted, so beware.
The bestpricehome.com website looked like the one in the image above but changed after reported as a scam. Now it’s e Home Sport, or eHomeSport (ehomesport.com), but keeps the same design.
eHomeSport Is The Same Page As Best Price Home
They only changed the logo (see image below), and the rest of the graphics are the same. This is the most giant red flag that you could consider.
Both domain names were registered in the last 48 hours, which makes every site that does that questionable. It is the same type of fraud occurring in the PsGameesGroup reviews and the Computer Mill scam, too.
The deals that are advertised on the website are ridiculous, so do not buy anything. Black Friday TV deals for $99, high-end vacuums at $60, office desks at $70, floating recliners at $15 are prices that are too good to be true and impossible to find unless you are looking on the Facebook Marketplace.
Another similar bogus website is www.ehomeall.com so here are some genuine eHome All reviews.
Best Price Home Reviews Don’t Exist
Since the domain names were purchased in the last 48 hours, it only makes sense that neither Best Price Home or eHome Sport could gather genuine reviews.
One of the most important things to keep in mind here is acknowledging the present look of the Best Price Home’s (eHomeSport) website. The chances are that tomorrow the name of the website and the logo will be changed entirely, so watch out.
This is a typical fly-by-night operation that usually happens during special occasions, such as Black Friday, Mother’s Day, Valentine’s Day, and more. Rest assured, this type of fraud will be perpetrated for the next few weeks, as holidays are just around the corner.
The Best Price Home scam is still there and needs to be ignored and reported. Keep reading to see how you can do that. Since we are exposing fraudulent pages (here is another one, Bergen Reach scam), check out this list of scamming websites. Feel free to share your experience.
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6 thoughts on “Best Price Home Scam”
What do I do since I ordered from them? I had no clue!
Sent cc payment to these folks. Gave me order #. After a few minutes i tracked order and their response was that it was canceled.???
I’m so glad I saw this (slightly late….)
I ordered something yesterday and am going to report it to my cc now
damn, it looks hella legit, scandalous!
Checkout the Phone number and the address. They are the Home Depot in El Cajon, CA
They just posted a bogus address and phone number to look legitimate. so Home Depot has nothing to do with it, I am pretty sure.