TSSuper.com Review | FAKE Jewelry Retailer Revealed

TSSuper is a shady online retailer that offers a handful of select consumer goods such as bracelets, earrings and necklaces.

Official Site: TSSuper.com

Pretending to offer discounted jewelry, TSSuper operates with blatant anonymity after falsely incorporating the identity of Mr. Brody Busick of Missouri as the ‘operator’ behind TSSuper.

Based overseas in China, TSSuper is nothing more than another shady retail site meant to swindle and fleece hard-working consumers out of their money.

To learn more regarding what we are calling the TSSuper scam and WHY you should avoid this online ‘retailer’ we invite you to read our honest review.

What is TSSuper?

TSSuper is a FAKE retail site pretending to offer bracelets, earrings and necklaces.

Items featured for sale reflect a price tag between $9.95 to $39.95, a value in which is considered competitive and below average for the jewelry niche.

According to the About Us section of TSSuper, “Shattering The Perception That More Is Better: Great quality always lasts longer so you can buy less and enjoy more. We’re committed to a happier, healthier home, community and work. We’ve made commitments to support craftspeople,reduce environmental impact, make our guests’ homes healthier and give to causes we care deeply about.”

A total of 3 bracelets can be found available for retail at TSSuper for $22.95.

25 necklaces are allegedly available for retail and range between $9.95 too $39.95.

11 earrings are featured for sale and also range from $9.95 to $39.95.

By no means is TSSuper structured to appear as a discount store specializing in a vast number of competitively priced goods but rather as a discount store offering a narrow selection of hand picked jewelry.

Brody Busick of TSSuper.com?

Shared below are the following contact methods shared on the Contact Us page of TSSuper.com:

Email: brodybusick@gmail.com

Brody Busick
4493 SW Hollow Rd
Polo, MO 64671
United States

We have seen time-and-time again how con-artists behind these fake retail sites are incorporating authentic entities and falsely implementing them into the framework of their site.

This serves two purposes.

To create a false sense of credibility that TSSuper is operated by an authentic, verifiable entity when in actuality Brody Busick has no affiliation what-so-ever with TSSuper.

The last purpose being to use Brody Busick as a scapegoat for their malicious scam site.

No other contact information can be found at TSSuper while detailed in their Terms of Service would be, ”This website is operated by tssuper.com.”

Indicating to us that TSSuper is operating as their sole entity and with complete anonymity.

It should be made aware that the Better Business Bureau has also revealed several other fake retail sites have been caught stealing other peoples identity and incorporating them into their malicious scams.

A trend that is unfortunately picking up popularity amongst online scammers.

Shipping & Returns

TSSuper.com doesn’t disclose information regarding which shipping carriers they rely upon, instead they state they they use a combination of shipping carriers to provide the lowest possible shipping rates.

Processing times are said to take up to 48 hours while deliveries are said to arrive within 5 to 10 business days.

According to their Return Policy, returns can be initiated within 30 days of the receipt while refunds can take up to 45 days to be processed back on the credit card.

The return address shared is the same address shared above, which is NOT affiliated with TSSuper.

TSSuper Reviews

Before TSSuper refined their retail site into a jewelry specific retail site it appears that according to community feedback that TSSuper once pretended to offer a variety of consumer goods.

Shared below are some relevant complaints we found regarding TSSuper:

“I ordered a Apollointech Pro Jeep Wrangler JK & JKU 2007-2018 Overhead 6-Switch Pod for my Jeep several weeks ago and it never came. They have no tracking information and of course they want respond to my emails. I was scammed, you think I would learn. If it’s too good to be true it’s probably not ????”

“Bought a grill off the site, when my credit card was processed, an international fee was accessed. For the site supposedly owned by a Missouri resident, there is NO WAY there should be an international charge. Called my bank for fraud.”

“i ordered from this company but my pymt went to china. ip address to a wangykh66@163.com. i will be giving this info to my bank and paypal”

“I ordered snare drum wires, then discovered the possibility of a scam. No tracking info, etc. was supplied. PayPal is addressing it as goods not received and attempting to contact this “Seller?”

Domain Insight

TSSuper.com was privately registered on April 8th, 2019 through the GoDaddy, LLC registrar and is set to expire on April 8th, 2020.

According to SimilarWeb, TSSuper.com did not reflect any web rankings as of June 19th, 2019 indicating to us that they don’t likely receive much organic site traffic.

Like many retail scams preceding TSSuper, we imagine that the operators behind TSSuper.com are soliciting consumers through social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram.

Is TSSuper.com a Scam?

Yes, TSSuper.com is a scam!

TSSuper Review Conclusion

TSSuper is a misleading retail site pretending to offer bracelets, necklaces and earrings.

None of the items featured for sale are actually being delivered to online shoppers as several consumers who have had the unfortunate experience of dealing with TSSuper have pointed out.

Their tracking numbers are incorrect while it has been revealed that the operators behind this site are based out of some undisclosed location in China, NOT Missouri.

Targeting US consumers with illicit offers, TSSuper is nothing more than your average retail scam preying upon gullible consumers.

Falsely incorporating Brody Busick into their scam, Mr. Busick is a victim of identify theft and fraud and is in no way affiliated with TSSuper.

If you have been scammed by TSSuper we invite you to share your experiences with us, your shared experiences may help prevent others from falling victim to this vile scam.

Verdict: TSSuper is a SCAM!

Blacklisted Site: TSSuper.com

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  1. Robert clark

    Least you got your money back. I called my c.c. and asked for the charges to be reversed. Still hasnt been closed. Probably wont get my money back.

  2. Myles

    Thank goodness for PayPal. I received my refund today. PayPal made repeated attempts to contact this bogus seller.

    • Sarah Passalacqua

      Could tell me how long your refund from PayPal took?

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