is a Scam! – [Another Fake Retailer Exposed]

NikeXK ( is part of a recent string of online retail scams that we have exposing since the start of the 2019 New Year.

Affiliated with the scam, which we exposed less than a week ago, NikeXK is nothing more than a clone retail site of its predecessors.

Reflecting a domain creation date less than 2 months ago, there are many red flags surrounding the NikeXK scam.

To learn more regarding the NikeXK scam and ALL affiliated websites of this ever-growing scam network we invite you to read our honest and unbiased review.

About NikeXK

NikeXK is a spitting replica of

Reflecting the same template, same inventory and same visual aesthetic as NikeBT, there can be no doubt that these two scams entangled with one another.

As with and ALL their scam sites in employment (which we will share shortly), the marketing principle exercised by all sites are virtually the same.

Target unsuspecting consumers through various marketing efforts, such as social media advertising campaigns, and after the hook as been set they simply wait for consumers to fall for their ‘highly discounted’ consumer goods.

Every item featured on these scam sites reflect astronomical online savings that range between 70% to 95% off what NikeXK asserts in the retail value.

To further entice, NikeXK and NikeBT both utilize the reputable brands of Nike, Adidas and New Balance to imply to consumers that they can purchase these brand name goods at highly discounted rates.

While in theory this sounds amazing, the sad reality of the matter is that these fake online retailers are nothing more than dump-and-pump scam sites that are used to squeeze out as much money from people as possible within the shortest amount of time.

There are no online goods really for sale at these scam sites.

If you are currently reading this and if you have already been scammed by any of the entities disclosed below we urge you to contact your financial institution immediately, request a chargeback and ask for a new credit or debit card.

To escalate matter furthers you can contact local authorities and share your experiences online to help others avoid similar unpleasant experiences.

Linked Scams

This list keeps growing, as of last week the tally was up to 7.

Now the tally of scam sites in this network as grown to 8 – that we know of.

  3. GoodTop.Shop
  4. HexPress.Shop
  5. ZZPlus.Shop
  6. BTMD.Online

To get the full scoop on each of these scams you can simply copy-and-paste one of the URLs shared above and submit it in our search widget on the right-hand side of our site.

Now moving forward.

Who is Behind NikeXK?

Ah yes, sadly we don’t have the answer.

If one thing is certain about this growing cesspool of scams it would be that these con-artists are good at covering up their tracks.

No ownership information of the sort can be found on any of their affiliated websites while we are left with only vague and anonymous contact methods.

To add, every site of theirs has been registered with a privacy package too, so we are unable to trace down the entity(s) responsible for these scams.

Popularity was privately registered on March 26th, 2019.

According to SimilarWeb, reflected a global rank of 315,739 with a US rank of 230,741 as of May 23rd, 2019.

Detailed in the report would be how over 20% of all the sites traffic stems from online visitors who reside within the United States.

Other demographics that contribute to their biggest sources of traffic are as followed:

  • Argentina (8.12%)
  • Australia (7.50)
  • United Kingdom (6.48%)
  • Greece (6.10%)

Contacting NikeXK

The only contact information we are provided at would be the following:


As we previously stated, no identifying information of any kind can be found.

Is a Scam?

Yes, is a scam.

NikeXK Review Conclusion

Nike XK is part of a growing network of fake online retailers that specialize in a 3 step scamming process.

First, they target reputable name brands with spin-off URLs and sleek site designs.

Second, NikeXK entices consumers by offering fake retail offers for ‘name brand goods’ that reflect huge online savings ranging between 70% to 95%.

Lastly, NikeXK scams consumers by stealing their money and never delivering goods as promised.

And since NikeXK fails to disclose any identifying information and only shares anonymous contact sources you have absolutely no way to get your money back unless you request a chargeback ASAP.

Another sad reality would be that it appears that these fake online retailers are showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon.

Various scam networks are in active employment, capitalizing on gullible online shoppers who believe they are snagging online deals only to deceive them later on.

It is a vicious cycle that keeps being repeated.

With these truths in mind, it is imperative that you only shop with legitimate online retailers such as or other entities that disclose verifiable ownership information and good consumer trust ratings.

Outcome: NikeXK is a SCAM!

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