Scam Site WARNING – (Scam Alert!!)

Do yourself and others a courtesy by avoiding the Chokero scam.

Chokero, hosted at, is an online scam site posing as a legitimate overseas retailer.

Created just over a month ago, Chokero pretends to offer discounted jewelry and has quickly started obtaining a reputation as an untrustworthy online retailer.

To learn the facts surrounding Chokero please read our honest review.

Why Chokero is a Scam

  • Reflects negative reviews online
  • No verifiable ownership information
  • Contact details shared are not legitimate
  • The site was privately registered for only 1 year
  • Too Good To Be True pricing on consumer goods
  • Unassociated email address is disclosed as the primary contact

About Choreko is a minimalist scam site that fails to share insight regarding who they are or what their business intentions are.

The site fails to include an About Us page or something as elementary as a mission statement.

Among the type of jewelry alleged available for retail are:

  • Cuffs
  • Earrings
  • Jackets
  • Chains
  • Pendants
  • Bracelets
  • Rings
  • Midi Rings
  • Profiles

Chokero also pretends to offer various collections of jewelry but you should know that a simple back-trace of these images on Google will reveal that these “collection goods” aren’t unique and can be found on other websites.

The deception doesn’t stop there, oh no, onto the disclosed contact methods.

Contacting Chokero

Shared below are the contact details shared on the Contact page of


Phone: +86 17091635845

Contact: Wu Yingau

Office Address: No. 88 Taihu Road, Kunshan City, Jiangsu Province, 215334 China

Notice how the email address is not associated with the URL of the site?

This is a common red flag we encounter amongst shady retail sites.

Additionally, only segments of the office address shared above appear authentic according to Google Maps while we have no way of verifying the legitimacy of Wu Yingau.

Chokero Reviews

If you spent a little bit of time investigating what the web has to say regarding Chokero you may be surprised by the volume of negative reviews pending against

Many review portals have caught onto how Chokero is an overseas operated retail scam but as a whole there is a significant lack of shopper feedback.

Site Background was privately registered for one year on February 1st, 2020.

According to SimiliarWeb, possesses a US site rank of 32,341 and receives approximately 97.55% of their traffic from site visitors based within the United States.

Over 85% of the site’s traffic stems entirely from paid keyword advertising campaigns, meaning that the operators behind this scam have been able to conduct web-based advertising campaigns despite a lack of legitimacy.

The top 5 paid keywords of Chokero campaigns include tiller, freg plug cutter, golf swing speed monitor, ryobi drill, and osprey manta ag 20.

Given the fact that none of the keywords match the inventory found at, we believe Chokero to be a geo-specific scam, meaning that depending on where you reside will dictate what retail goods are featured for sale at

Is a Scam or Legit?

Chokero is likely an overseas operated discount retail scam that pretends to sell jewelry.

Chokero Scam Review is a scam site aggressively targeting US shoppers with misleading retail offers on various forms of jewelry.

Products featured for sale at Chokero can be back-traced to other legitimate online retailers while the site was privately registered just barely over a month ago.

If you are worried you’ve been scammed you can follow the 3 following steps:

  1. Contact your financial institution
  2. Initiate a Chargeback
  3. Replace your payment card (to prevent future unwarranted transactions)

Outcome: Chokero is a scam!

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Please share any experiences or feedback you may have below!


  1. Doug Schwandt

    Here’s an update. My “tablesaw” turned out to be a sheet of 35 star stickers, shipped from a Chinese warehouse in California, to and through a secondary Texas address. I have both addresses. Believe me, I’m tempted to file interstate commerce and mail fraud charges against these folks, doing more than just getting my money back. These people deserve jail time.

    • Taher Hadidsaz

      thanks for you comment,
      I also received Star Stickers for GGR-Ripper set of 2 table saw jig, but I did not pay attention to the address where it came from. I contacted the PayPal and file dispute, they gave PayPal tracing number, which is said it had been delivered so PayPal closed the case. I am trying to contact PayPal via phone, due to killer virus Covid-19 they do not have sufficient people to respond at this time. However I will contact my financial institution hopefully to resolve the issue.
      Note that I had sent them 4-email (, with no response. First I was asking them to give me tracking number (their site said I will receive tracking number within 3-days), no response , the last email asked them to refund me, no response. So I contacted PayPal, all the sudden I have tracking number through PayPay case resolved. At this time I did not know where the hick they delivered the big package that I did not see it. Then I remember the star stickers that I received was the GGR-Ripper that I ordered. This company is a total scam, thanks sharing your experience with everyone to see.

  2. Michael

    Doug, I ordered a metrodome watch. Contacted PayPal, which contacted seller. PayPal denied my claim due to it having a tracking number. Only thing was it was never delivered, tho USPS said it was.

  3. Doug Achwandt

    I ordered a “Skilsaw SPT99-11 table saw” from these folks. I paid with Pay Pal funds. I gave them about a week to send any shipping details. Nothing. I contacted Pay Pal. Yesterday (3/13) I got a tracking number. I will be receiving “something” on Monday, according to the tracking information.

    It’s interesting to note that, since I filed the claim with Pay Pal, all visual evidence of the product has vanished from view, as related to this site.

    I looked up the price of this saw on other sites. It sells for about $550.00. I can’t see how even a refurbished saw could go for so little. At best, I’m expecting a Chinese knockoff. At worst, I’m expecting a scam. All I know is that I’ll be receiving “something” on Monday, according to the tracking number.

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