Como5283
So I am in the market of buying a new smoker.  I feel comfortable purchasing and knowing what to purchase, but I came across this site webesttool.top. The prices seemed too good to be true, I can’t find anything negative nor positive about this site.  Anybody heard of it or purchase from it? 
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rayb
Do you work for that website?  Some unbelievable prices but buyer beware.

Ray Basso
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Como5283
No I don’t. Just a person looking to buy a smoker. Facebook had it on my marketplace, I assumed because I have been searching for smokers, so they put that site on my social media.  
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Peter
I couldn't find any negatives either based on this layman's search.  Certificates seem to be in order, and buttons and security icons generally line up. 
Free shipping? There's a 15.00 "best way" adder to the purchase price.  I was tempted to buy something, but I really don't need another grill.
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Revwolf
I'm also tempted to see, because 85% off a Traeger pro 34 is extremely tempting.  LOL  Unfortunately, if you read the descriptions, they are just copy and pasted from Hayneedle.com.  I'm a bit suspect.
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Mark_in_NoVA
Scam according to this website, https://wisdomganga.com/what-is-webesttool-scam-or-legit-know-here/  

Cut-and-paste from the site. And there is more after what I cut-and-pasted.

Now, you know that Webesttool is a site which you should avoid. But we request you to read the red flags that we have found and understand the modus operandi of such types: KeenfJonspicksRbgellRiverxstorePrimmierAllCAMarketNewzemXhmbabayTimkcMfnotionCharmfancyRbrouEpictapestryAbililNikekzQseoulGiyzmobuyMargotwigCbagymostMavelsaleBvBwue7kto14kDrmmkSmnbbNikectNikettNikebtNikektStarshoptrendDrmxp, and Goosxc. All of them have the same modus operandi

Red Flags of Webesttool

First, the Webesttool site does not have any transparency. It means the site does not mention the name of its owner. It is very common among the scammers to hide their identity. But the genuine sites need people to trust, therefore, they provide their information to build trust. It makes a loyal customer base with a good business opportunity.

This site has hidden their identity in WHOIS Records which is generally a characteristic found among the scammers. Therefore, we think and believe this site is also run by scammers.

Second, the site offers a discount on every product. This is the common trap put by the scammers to get the attention of the people. Generally, customers do not bother to do a backdrop check on the site and they order to grab the deal. This is where online store scam people.

Third, the possibility of your data to be used by some third party for an unscrupulous purpose is very high. Providing your information on these sites means you are inviting a cyber-attack not only on your PC but mainly on your financial account. It is always requested that never provide your information to any sites about which you know nothing.

Therefore, the right information of the owner becomes important. If something happens wrong (at any stage) then you can contact somebody real. But when you do not have any information then you have only one option to mail these scammers about your problem.

Fourth, being an online shopping site, they must provide the required security measures. Security measure to secure people personal as well as financial information.

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Como5283
Thanks Mark! Yeah, I had a gut feeling.  Thank you for the tips 
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