FineTwo Scam Warning | A Corrosive Scam Exposed!

This is a public service announcement warning consumers against the FineTwo Scam.

Hosted at, the finetwo is a discount retail scam that is linked with a wide number of online discount retail scam sites.

The site was created just over a month ago and while there isn’t much feedback regarding the finetwo scam we are about to present you with the evidence you crave to learn the truth behind the FineTwo scam.

So without further ado, we invite you to read our honest finetwo scam review.

Why FineTwo is a Scam

  • Zhaoheng Bearing Co., Ltd. could not be verified
  • The site shares the same Mission Statement with multiple fraudulent sites
  • FineTwo unverifiable company is seen on multiple shady retail sites
  • The disclosed physical address is not a legitimate address via Google Maps
  • No reference to a corporate entity in Terms & Conditions of the site
  • Too Good To Be True Pricing on most featured products
  • Trying to target online shoppers via cheap clothing and anti-COVID-19 gear

About FineTwo Scam

Where to begin, where to begin.

Let’s start with the FineTwo About Us page.

The first discrepancy that we encountered when investigating this site was after we had copied the following portion of the site’s Mission Statement into a Google search query.

“ provides popular garments for both individuals and wholesalers. We offer a whole catalog of products including clothing, shoes, accessories, etc. Our long-term-cooperated & high-quality products providers decide that we have perfect wholesale process and service.”

As you can see, there are quite a bit of online ‘retailers’ that are also sporting the same Mission statement.

A hypothesis that is likely to be true would be that these sites were created by the same scammers responsible for the FineTwo scam.

Additionally, as you will find out soon, you can copy and paste the alleged corporate entity behind this site into a Google search query and you are confronted with even more sites that claim to be overseen by Zhaoheng Bearing Co., Ltd.

Moving forward, the products featured for sale at FineTwo place an emphasis on women demographics, where the site pretends to offer a vast number of discount clothing goods, home and garden accessories along with the ever-trending anti-COVID-19 protection goods.

Among the type of clothing goods that are featured at FineTwo include tops, swimwear, dresses, shoes, jewelry accessories along with personalized collections.

Every item that you see featured for sale at FineTwo reflects some form of discount, typically averaging between 40% to 50% off the alleged retail value of that good.

Coming back to the COVID-19 protection goods, finetwo also pretends to retail hand sanitizers, safety goggles, face masks, latex nitrile gloves, sanitizing soap, face shields, face mask filters, and more.

The operators behind this site are trying to fleece consumers who are already shopping in a heightened state of uncertainty and fear as a result of the unprecedented spread and effects being felt by the Coronavirus pandemic.

As if being a discount retail fraud site wasn’t bad enough, the criminals behind the finetwo scam have taken their scam site one step further by trying to deceptively mislead online shoppers who are seeking products that can help protect their loved ones against the viral pandemic.

It is gut-wrenching and sickening to see such a website in existence.

We should add, none of the products featured for sale at FineTwo are for sale – the sole objective of the criminals behind the FineTwo site is for you to conduct a transaction of any scale that way they can access your submitted financial and personal information.

Contacting FineTwo operates with blatant anonymity and here’s how.

The alleged warehouse address of FineTwo is not a real physical address, at least not according to Google Maps.

Additionally, the alleged corporate entity (Zhaoheng Bearing Co., Ltd.) cannot be verified while the site fails to include something as simple as a telephone number where online shoppers can reach out to them.

This leaves consumers with the following contact methods (none of which pan out or aid the online shopper in identifying who is truly responsible for the site):


Address: In the yard of Zhaoheng Bearing Co., Ltd., No.1, Jinfu 2nd Road, Liaobu Town, Dongguan City, Guangdong Province, China.

The address is allegedly not capable of supporting returns (which is obvious considering the address doesn’t compute to a verifiable location).

We also were able to find a FineTwo Facebook Profile but we doubt that the operators behind the site will take heed to any communication attempts you make.

Some Affiliated ‘Retail’ Sites

Here is a shortlist of other shady ‘retail’ sites that feature the same mission statement as the one found at the finetwo scam:


Additional sites that reflect the same corporate entity as finetwo:


There are far more fraudulent retail sites affiliated with the finetwo scam but we lack the time and resources required to adeptly debunk and expose all of them.

Site Background was a privately registered site created on March 21st, 2020.

According to the WHOIS report, was registered by an undisclosed entity originating from Chengdu, Sichuan, China.

Is a scam?

Yes, is a scam site pretending to operate as a discount retailer.

FineTwo Scam Review

The finetwo scam is just one scam site out of a multitude of discount retail scam sites.

The site reflects identical mission statements and the same corporate entity as at least 15 retail sites while all share similar scam characteristics and discrepancies of the finetwo scam.

Do yourself and others a courtesy by sharing this review, the more people we can alert to this scam the less likely unsuspecting shoppers are to fall victim to the finetwo scam.

Thank you for taking the time to read this review and if you want to help us fight this scam or if you have been scammed please visit our Scam Fighting Guide where we discuss an actionable plan of attack you can employ.

Outcome: FineTwo is a scam.

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