Review | Linked with Noracora Scam!

Nokula is a completely anonymous online retailer that allegedly offers a variety of women clothing and footwear with online savings up to 53% off.

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Registered by the scam notorious entity behind the Noracora retail scam that went viral, it appears that the operators behind the Nokula scam are active once more.

To gather a more comprehensive insight into the inner workings that is we invite you to read our honest review.

What is Nokula?

Nokula offers an inviting and unique site template that is meant to attract women shoppers between the ages of 18 to 40.

At first glance, Nokula doesn’t seem to raise in suspicions but that is merely due to how well-designed their site appears.

Upon further investigation into Nokula, the false sense of legitimacy built by their site aesthetics all but fades away.

Items allegedly available for retail at Nokula would be:

  • Tops
  • Dresses
  • Bottoms
  • Shoes

Every item featured for retail at Nokula reflects online savings fluctuating between 21% to 53% off.

Pretending to function as a greatly discounted online retailer that features trendy and fashionable women apparel goods, Nokula takes it one step further by incentivizing shoppers who have the unfortunate experience of shopping on their platform.

Allegedly free shipping is available for purchases over $89.

This is the first up-sell attempt employed by the operators behind this site.

The last two up-sells incorporated into their shopping platform would be the following ‘promotions.’

Buy 1 Get 2nd at 20% OFF

Buy 2 Get 3rd at 50% OFF

Don’t allow yourself to be so easily manipulated by the entities behind this scam, it is obvious that the operators behind this fake retail site are just trying to swindle as much money as they can from unsuspecting consumers.

Who is Behind Nokula?

Nokula claims to offer fast fashion at designer boutique quality.

No information regarding their origins or purpose can be found on their site.

There are no physical addresses or telephone numbers disclosed at

The only means that online shoppers have to communicate with Nokula would be the email address

Near the footer of their site, Nokula implies that they have a Facebook but when you click on the link you are redirected to a Facebook page that is no longer in existence.

Shipping & Refunds

Processing times by are said to reside within the 3 to 5 business day period.

From there, postal shipping methods are estimated to date between 10 to 20 business days while a $8.00+ shipping fee will be applied.

Expressing shipping is estimated to take between 7 to 10 business days and is accompanied with a shipping cost of atleast $13.

According to their Return Policy, “Customers has the right to apply for return within 14 days after the receipt.”

Which, when compare their refund policy to their shipping protocols, it appears unlikely that the consumer will have received their purchases within that timeframe.

In order to initiate refunds you are advised to email while we couldn’t help but notice the blatant lack of a physical address for returns and refunds to be sent too.

Domain Insight was registered by Chicv Interational Holding Limited (based out of Hong Kong) on January 17th, 2019 through the GoDaddy, LLC registrar.

Chicv International Holding Limited is also the same registrar company behind, a fictitious retail scam site that we have already exposed.

As a result documented in our Noracora Review, it appeared that this registrar entity was also indirectly affiliated with nearly a dozen scam sites that all specialize as ‘discount retailers.’

According to SimilarWeb, reflected a global rank of 4,320,13 with a US rank of 1,261,546 as o fJune 17th, 2019.

Approximately 75.50% of Nokula’s traffic comes solely from Facebook, so it is evident that the operators behind this site are relying upon misleading and solicitous Facebook advertisement campaigns to funnel consumers into their scam site.

Red Flags & Question Marks

  1. No physical addresses or telephone numbers
  2. Refund policy puts consumers at significant disadvantage
  3. Nokula was registered by the same corporate entity behind the Noracora scam, which scammed countless consumers across the web
  4. Nokula incentivizes their platform with the hopes that consumers will dump more money into their site upfront
  5. Nokula operates as a completely anonymous ‘retail’ site

Is a Scam?

Yes, is a viral retail scam taking root through Facebook and the online marketplace.

Nokula Review Conclusion

If you are looking to snag some good deals on fashionable and trending apparel goods then do yourself a sincere courtesy by avoiding

Operating with absolute stealth and without any regard to ethical business practices, the only results that will come into fruition by trusting Nokula would be the loss of your hard-earned money and a considerable sum of frustration.

Don’t trust your money with an unverified retail entity that fails to be upfront with you no matter how ‘good’ their deals may be.

Before conducting any purchases online, make sure that the site in questions discloses verifiable ownership information and reflects a generous pool of positive reviews across the web.

You see, the operators behind these FAKE retail scam sites know that online shoppers are shopping with the aim to save money, don’t allow yourself to become gullible just because you see some apparel goods at a price point you couldn’t find elsewhere.

Trust your gut and employ some background research BEFORE committing any of your hard-earned money and for those of you who have be scammed by similar entities make sure you contact your financial institution ASAP, request a chargeback and place an order for a new payment card.

Verdict: Nokula is a SCAM!

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