This Tosha Shop review will give you detailed information about the online store. It will help you to determine if it is a scam or a legitimate business.

Due to these facts, Tosha Shop has been deemed a fraud site:

Contact Information

Multiple scam websites have linked to its email address shoplinevip@outlook.com. We have found the email address “shoplinevip@outlook.com” on multiple scam websites.

Brand misuse

It is using the Rolex brand name as a marketing tool by using the Rolex logo as its website and logo.

NOTE: While it is using the Rolex brand name at the time this review was written, it could misuse other brands and change its website details in the future. There are many scam websites that do the same.

Social Media Presence

It provided fake social media icons at its bottom that take you to the respective sites’ home pages when you click them. Instead of sending you to its business-related social media pages, profiles or groups, it did so.

Copied content

There are many details on the website. The website theme matches multiple scam websites.

Special Sales and Discounts

It claims to be selling Rolex watches and other brands at ridiculously low prices that no legitimate store can afford, even on Cyber Monday.

Customer complaints and delivery

There are many online shops selling similar products that have complaints about product quality, delivery times, and customer service.

Summary:

We can conclude that Tosha Shop online scam is fraudulent by combining the above-mentioned reasons.

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