Review | Facebook ‘Nike’ Scam

Adssk is ANOTHER fake Nike scam site.

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Adssk is part of a growing string of fraudulent online retail scams that appear to be sweeping and plaguing the online marketplace with solicitous offers.

To learn more about the Adssk scam we invite you to read our honest, concise review.

What is Adssk?

If you are a subscriber of ours you will have undoubtedly already connected the dots regarding the Adssk scam.

Reflecting the same web template of 3 FAKE Nike scams that we have already exposed to date, Adssk is nothing more than a site replica launched by the low-life creators behind these scams.

Before the network behind these illicit retail scams started targeting name brands products they launched 5 scam sites that pretended to retail hundreds of consumer goods at greatly reduced price points.

However, it appears that the scammers behind those sites were not content with their current scam model and decided to combine targeting reputable name brands and running with aggressive Facebook and Instagram ad campaigns to solicit consumers.

The results?

Not good.

Creating a more effective scam model, it wasn’t long before countless consumer reports could be found of online shoppers being scammed.

Adssk is just another link in the chain of this growing series of retail scams launched by the con-artists.

Allegedly Nike footwear featured at Adssk can be purchased for 70% to 90% of the original retail value enabling consumers to ‘buy’ shoes that were once priced at $131.06 for $36.89 and so on and so forth.

Who is Behind Adssk? only provides these 3 email addresses to touch base with them:


These email addresses are the same addresses used in conjunction with all their retail scams launched to date.

To add, the site reflects the same structure, FAQ, and Shipping & Return pages as the majority of their predecessors.

Again, no ownership information is disclosed leaving consumers solely with the 3 email addresses above to try and connect with them.

However, as online shoppers have reported in our previous reviews, trying to contact the operators behind these scams is pointless since they never respond.

Shipping & Returns

The creators behind these scams lack serious creativity and are exceptionally lazy in regards to trying to vary their scam sites.

The only difference between the Adssk scam from the NikeBS scam, NikeXK scam and the NikeBT scam would be a different URLs.

The templates are identical while the site pages are also identical.

Supposedly refunds and returns are good up to 30 days of your invoice BUT as we have reiterated time-and-time again with their previous scams there are no physical addresses or external means of contacting the operators behind this scam to initiate such as a transaction.

Linked Retail Sites

The list keeps on growing!

  1. HexPress.Shop
  2. ZZPlus.Shop
  3. GoodTop.Shop
  4. BTMD.Online

Thanks for the insight submitted by one of our readers we were able to add the scam sites numbered 13 to 18 onto this growing list of retail scams.

This has concluded the total number of scam sites to 19 that we know about from this network alone.

Domain Insight was registered on March 8th, 2019 through the OnlineNIC, Inc. registrar.

According to SimiliarWeb, reflected a global rank of 310,849 with a US rank of 249,079 as of June 7th, 2019.

Given their web rankings it appears that Adssk is already effectively targeting, manipulating and scamming online shoppers – so be warned!

Is a Scam?

Yes, is a scam.

Adssk Review Conclusion

The seriousness of the retail scams at work here cannot and should not be underestimated.

It goes without saying that the creators behind these many retail scam sites don’t care about your well-being and will employ every measure they deem necessary to fleece you out of your money.

Going so far as stalling USPS tracking numbers and asserting that those same numbers are affiliated with your order to deceive not only you but also PayPal (an accepted payment method) just goes to show what type of entity you are dealing with.

If you have been solicited or have seen an advertisement campaign endorsing any of the scam sites above then make sure to report the ad to Facebook.

Last but not least, if you have any insight to share regarding possible scam entities we invite you to share your wisdom – the more scams we can expose the better!

Verdict: Adssk is a SCAM!

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  1. Anna Lopez

    Hi! I already provided my credit card info and my email add. What should I do now? I’m afraid they might hack my account and use my credit card to fraudulent transactions.

    • Dewa ayu gede Enik sinta dewi

      Me too..what should i do?

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