Red Flags When Wig Shopping - what to look out for

If you're worried about buying a wig online and being scammed, we're here to help you spot all the red flags!

Beware of this type of wig website...

When you visit a wig website and see that it offers hundreds of different wig products, be wary - it may be a scam site. These sites often have cluttered layouts and no contact information. If you're unsure, you can search for videos about the brand on social media platforms like Youtube. If there's no information about the brand at all on social media, that's a red flag.

No real product images?

If a website selling wigs doesn't show any real product images, it's probably a scam. They may use celebrity images instead of actual product pictures, or images that have been heavily photoshopped. This is a red flag that they may be stealing product pictures from other brands' websites and selling them at lower prices.

Low price ≠ high-cost performance

If you're looking for a quality wig, human hair is the way to go. Keep in mind, though, that all human hair wigs are expensive. If you see a low-priced option advertised as 100% human hair, be wary - it is likely a scam.

Professional support team

Before you place an order, you can reach out to their customer service. If the questions you have are solved and the customer service is helpful and responsive, it's probably a credible website. Otherwise, we recommend proceed ing with caution

We hope you can always trust us and welcome you to reach out any time with questions!

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