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48.7

Questionable. Controversial. Flagged.

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Is rockstoneammo.store legit? It is not on our recommendations list as it has a medium-low trust rank. The website is questionable, at least for now. The Scam Detector's VLDTR® offers an overview of this site and its Firearms industry. We looked at 53 influential factors to see if rockstoneammo.store is legit.

The Scam Detector’s algorithm gives this business the following rank:

48.7/100

Let's discuss why rockstoneammo.store received this rating.

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  • Domain Creation Date

    Friday 26th, March 2021 12:00 am

  • Website Popularity

    8222142 (Poor)

  • Domain Blacklist Status

    Not detected by any blacklist engine

  • HTTPS Connection

    Valid HTTPS Found

  • Proximity to Suspicious Websites

    35/100

  • Threat Profile

    23/100

  • Phishing Score

    23/100

  • Malware Score

    13/100

  • Spam Score

    0/100

rockstoneammo.store: Firearms

As rockstoneammo.store is listed under a busy Firearms niche, we tried to capture a short paragraph of their website to see what they say about themselves:

A combined experience of 5 years in the industry, not only brokering top quality firearms but also struggling for its ease of access, means that no one else can come close. This experience is the driving force behind our network, ensuring that we stock and supply only the best firearms from manufacturers worldwide. When ordering from Rockstone Ammo, you can rest easy in the knowledge that your firearm has been carefully cleaned and maintained by the best, most experienced team in the industry.

Let's take a deeper look at rockstoneammo.store below.

rockstoneammo.store Review

The VLDTR® finds rockstoneammo.store having a medium-low authoritative rank of 48.7. This means that the site could be seen as Questionable. Controversial. Flagged.

No worries, we have a few reasons for this 48.7 mark. The domain name is somehow new, but that's not just it. Our algorithm generated the 48.7 rating adding 50 relevant factors to this Firearms niche. These elements range - but are not limited to -the WHOIS data and some social media negative feedback to Alexa rank and some of the website's technology.

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Additional Info To Consider

The rockstoneammo.store website received a medium-low rank of 48.7; however, that could change in a while. Its Firearms industry is important, so we look forward to seeing if its services improve or worsen. However, we aim to get the validations as close to perfection as possible so that you can protect yourself from online fraud. Please share your thoughts below.

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6 thoughts on “rockstoneammo.store Review”

  1. I “purchased” 4 boxes of magnum pistol primers from Rockstone Ammo beginning on Thurs. 2/3/22 but the only way they let me pay is first it had to be over $200, which was ok since my bill was 318.00. Next I had to jump through hoops to join Cash App which I had never heard of so my purchase didn’t happen until Fri. 2/4/22 around noon. I asked if it would go out that day but no, they would do it Monday morning which was 2/7/22. On Tues. 2/8/22 I texted them, (that is the only way I could communicate), asking for a tracking number since they told me last Fri that they used FedEx. I got a sorry was all so I asked sorry meaning what. They texted that my order would go out tomorrow meaning Wed. 2/9/22 which is today. This morning again I texted asking for a tracking number a few times but now I get crickets.
    I was afraid of this after the Cash App fiasco and had a feeling that I should have heeded. If I should happen to ever get my primers, I will let you know on this site but I’m not going to hold my breath.
    BEWARE!!

    1. I was REALLY close to falling for it too. I hope you get your primers, as this seems to be the ONLY places that has primers in stock, and they have A LOT in stock. I spent about an hour going through primers, then picking out some brass, bullets and powder to get me over $200. Then I see, “credit card companies are giving us a problem” and if you use PayPal your PayPal account will be suspended for using it to purchase firearm related items. Only options available today was Zelle. Which I have, but before playing the purchases…I decided to search info for the website and landed here. Thankfully I caught it on time, and thank you for “taking one for the team”….I should have realized it was bogus as soon as I saw the 100,000s primers they had for sale when you can’t get a single box of ANY size at ANY other legit reloading or firearms site.

  2. I believe this site is a scam site.
    I did a chat with their Chat person prior to placing an order to verify things were in stock. Yes, they were.
    BIG FLAG #1 – They do not take Visa or M/C, but use pay apps that you can’t get money refunded if there is a problem.

    BIG FLAG #2 – They use gmail personal accounts, not a business system.
    After my order was processed and I kept asking for tracking number, finally (after several days) “ShippingAgent” responded via e-mail that customs had the order and they needed a copy of licenses. I replied that this order shouldn’t have gone through customs since it was “in stock”. Also, the order was placed as a private person and not a business.
    I requested my money back.
    I haven’t heard from them since. (No suprise)

    BIG FLAG #3 – Federal Firearms License. I pulled the FFL listing for Colorado (where they claim to be). Not listed by name or address.

    BIG FLAG #4 – On their returns page, they give an address in Kansas. I pulled the FFL listing for Kansas and that address had a license there. Google Earth showed it to be a residential neighborhood. License issued to 2 names (Sawyer Walser and Erick Lain-Odle) and no business name.

    BIG FLAG #5 – On the e-mail giving payment info, it mentions “Alphabridge gunshop” as being associated with.

    I personally feel this is part of a large scamming organization going after people. (High probability)
    Maybe even a government operation going after gun owners. (Long shot)

    1. Further digging on their website. Looking at the HTML code, they have the initial items hard coded into the page. Most legitimate sites will load the framework of the main page and then scurry back to get the images and descriptions of the current offerings. (Smaller initial page)
      They have several of the button images hard coded into the page rather than have an image pulled from the main server.
      There is little META data in the header. This is where the site would put data for the search engines to find easily.

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