Review – Phony Discount ‘Retailer’

Aiainsale is a discount retail hoax affiliated with nearly 40 retail scams to date.

Official Site:

Aiainsale is backed by a malicious network of low-life operators that have shown beyond considerable measure that their only agenda would be to see how much money they can fleece from innocent online shoppers.

Taken root through social media platforms, there is much to debunk regarding Aiainsale.

With this in mind we invite you to join us by continuing to read our unbiased review.

What is Aiainsale? is a FAKE discount site that pretends to offer a wide assortment of consumer goods at greatly reduced price points.

Featuring everyday consumer goods, Aiainsale category of supported assets are as followed:

  • Health & Personal Care
  • Home & Kitchen
  • Patio, Lawn & Garden
  • Pet Supplies
  • Tools & Home Improvement

Some of the items seen debuted at Aiainsale reflect competitive price points while others are just astronomically below competitors, oftentimes less than a dollar.

It is obvious to us that Aiainsale is trying to stay under-the-radar and operate with deceptive poise.

What we found to be a ridiculous claim would be how Aiainsale claims guaranteed delivery of said purchases within ONLY 24 hours.

Allegedly if you buy products worth atleast $15.00 they will offer free shipping but both of the preceding claims used were implemented by another discount scam that we exposed just yesterday by this corrupt network found at

Obviously the operators behind these sites CANNOT guarantee delivery within 24 hours because that effective of a shipping method has yet to be devised.

Who is Behind Aiainsale?

Let us save you the hassle of looking ALL over

Like every scam launched by the corrupt JDOnline network, Aiainsale fails to disclose any ownership information.

That means that there is no reference to a physical address, telephone number or a company number.

Featured on the sites Contact Us page would be a contact submission form but really the only way to touch base with these operators would be through the email address which is disclosed in small font within the footer of their site.

However, we doubt that you’ll have any luck churning up a reply since many consumers who have been scammed by past scams launched by this entity have reported emailing Support@JDOnline.Info multiple times but unfortunately no one ever receives a reply in the end.

Shipping & Refunds

Aiainsale shares the same page policies as

As we mentioned earlier, we have already exposed the WoentzSale Scam but we couldn’t help pass up the opportunity to make it known that the Contact Us, About Us, FAQ, Shipping & Return and Privacy Policy featured at BOTH and are identical.

Processing times are estimated to take up to 3 to 4 business days to be completed.

No estimation to how many days in transit orders take are disclosed on their policy page.

A far cry from their homepage claim of delivering all orders within 24 hours.

No reference to a refund, return or exchange policy can be found at Aiainsale.

Linked Scams

Generic ‘Discount’ Sites

  1. ZZPlus.Shop
  2. HexPress.Shop
  3. GoodTop.Shop
  4. BTMD.Online
  6. WaShoes.Club

‘Name Brand’ Scam Sites

  4. Salomon.Site
  12. ElectronicsStoreT.Me
  29. ToClassic.Top
  30. ZaShoes.Club

The operators behind these illicit discount scams have come full-circle with their scam tactics.

You see, at first the operators behind these fake discount retailers pretended to offer just widely generic discount ‘retailers’ that supported hundreds of discounted goods.

Then they switched their tactics to rip-offing consumers by pretending to offer rare discounts and ridiculous online sales for over a dozen reputable name brands over the past few months only to come full circle back to generic discount marketplaces.

Domain Insight was registered on May 22nd, 2019.

The alleged registrar contact information is:

Name: Hazel Langlias
Street: 3358 Reel Avenue
City: Las Cruces
State: NM
Postal Code: 88001
Country: US
Phone: +1.5053136471
Email: failed to reflect any market intelligence web rankings at SimiliarWeb when we were composing this review on July 6th, 2019.

Considering the fact that Aiainsale is affiliated with network that comes as no surprise that their site does not receive much organic site traffic.

As with previous scams launched by the JDOnline organization, the operators employ an aggressive series of misleading advertisements to solicit consumers into their scam site.

These sites don’t typically have a life span lasting more than a few weeks after they have been campaigned across social media outlets, the most commonly used social outlet by this corrupt network would be Facebook.

Is a Scam?

Yes, is a scam!

Aiainsale Review Conclusion

Aiainsale is an illicit discount ‘marketplace’ that rips-off off consumers and steals their hard-earned money.

Backed by the Support@JdOnline.Info Network (whom are responsible for nearly 40 discount retail scams to date) it is obvious that Aiainsale is NOT legit!

Operating with intentional anonymity while offering products at low price points to entice consumers to fall for their retail trap is a disgusting art form that these con-artists have down to a science.

Don’t believe the hype surrounding Aiainsale, it is all make believe.

The only outcome from shopping at Aiainsale would be the loss of your money!

Verdict: Aiainsale is a SCAM!

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