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Do you have the full website for this company?
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The North Carolina Secretary of State's corporate register does have a listing for an HS Dragon. However, it was only registered on July 7, 2106. So this company is only 4 months old, and the fact that it is registered, which would normally be a good sign, is not meaningful. Scammers do register bogus corporations. It's easy enough to do and it's not very costly. Then when their fees and annual tax filings come due a year later, they go inactive and ultimately get stricken from the register. But for a year, which is all scammers tend to want to stick around for, they give the illusion of being a real company.
Because it's too soon for this company to have filed any tax records with North Carolina, it's not possible to verify any business activities or to use the fact that they have filed with the state to say that they are legitimate. Nor can you rely on a lack of scam reports. The business is brand new.
The registered address for the company, however, is virtual rather than actual. You can see that for yourself here. So they have no actual presence in South Carolina, and that's a bad sign. China is a very high scam country.
The WHOIS information behind the website of hsdragon.us tells me that the site was only launched in May 2016, and it was registered for one year only. That's a huge red flag since one year is the least amount of time that you can register a domain name for and real companies register their corporate domain names and their websites for multiple years at a time because they intend to stick around for the long haul. This company isn't looking to stick around at all.
You can see the WHOIS information for yourself by going to a site such as www.domaintools.com and entering HSdragon.us into the search box.
Scamadviser.com considers it a moderately risky site based on the site's short life expectancy, which is consistent with fraud.
Although I cannot prove that this company is a fake, all of the signs are there. Any deal that looks too good to be true always is. There are no independent signs on the web that they are doing actual business anywhere. THe only references on the web to this company come from the company themselves on their own website.
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