Movie Projectors Co

Gerald – Jun 23, 2020

Scammer’s website Movieprojectors /nebularlights

Scammer’s email [email protected]

Country United States

Type of a scam Online Purchase

Initial means of contact Not applicable

So I ordered a movie projector back in April and what arrived was a stand that costs less than 5€. It shipped from China and I should have suspected that something went wrong since they give no phone number. I lost 50€ please dont buy from them

Mary – Jun 18, 2020

HUGE SCAM AND A TERRIBLE BUSINESS. I purchased a projector on sale for $39.99 was given a fake tracking number and while I received a notification that the package had “shipped”, the tracking number didn’t work and this was nearly a month and a half ago. I’m not really sure where to go from here because they’ve never responded to any of my emails (I think I’ve sent about 8 by this point) and I doubt they ever will respond. DO NOT BUY FROM THIS COMPANY.

Gloria – Jun 09, 2020

Total money lost $60

Type of a scam Counterfeit Product

Movie Projectors Co may also identify under Nebular Light/Nebula Lights, has several Instagram accounts showing discounted galaxy projectors ($60-70 for a $120-150 projector). The website claims to be based out of Canada, but the packages ship from China. Galaxy projectors that are ordered never show up, instead, the consumer will receive a significantly cheaper product (ie. a $6 car interior LED star decoration light/USB).

Nicholas – May 18, 2020

Victim Location 90710

Total money lost $39.99

Type of a scam Online Purchase

These scammers are selling movie projectors. I purchased one online, but was given an erroneous tracking number. The package never came. I reached out to the company, which website states that they will respond within 24 hours, which they never did. I attempted to contact them several times via email, but was unsuccessful. Many other people are getting scammed as well. This company has a big instagram following and I don’t want others to get scammed like me.

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