Screenshot of aerapur.com
Screenshot of aerapur.com

Aerapur.com is a delivery scam.

How a Fake Delivery scam works

In this scam, the criminal uses the domain aerapur.com to scam people by pretending to sell goods online from their website. Once you pay for the goods the scammer will not send them to you.

The scam has now just started. The scammer will now convince you that he will ship the goods to you. The scammer will create a fake shipping website and give you a shipping number. This is in order to steal even more money from you by charging you for shipping.

The scam continues

Now that you have invested money, the scammer will continue to charge you more and more fees. As you have already lost money you will be easier to convince because it is difficult to admit that you have been scammed. The scammer can charge you for multiple things including:

  • Cost of product
  • Shipping
  • Taxes (multiple times)
  • Airport fees
  • Bribes
aerapur.com Screenshot
aerapur.com screenshot

Who created aerapur.com?

Scammers create multiple websites for their scams. We research these sites and publish warnings in order to prevent people from getting scammed. Scammers constantly change how they build their websites to not get noticed by us. Here are just a few of the red flags we found from checking WHOIS:

When was aerapur.com registered?

The domain was registered 8 days ago. on Mon the 24 Feb 2020 with Tucows Domains Inc.. This is very recent for a supposedly genuine company.

Where is aerapur.com hosted?

It is currently hosted with the following nameservers: NS-CLOUD-D1.GOOGLEDOMAINS.COM, NS-CLOUD-D2.GOOGLEDOMAINS.COM, NS-CLOUD-D3.GOOGLEDOMAINS.COM, NS-CLOUD-D4.GOOGLEDOMAINS.COM. This may change if the website is shut down and they move hosters.

Where can I find reviews on aerapur.com?

The only place you can find reviews for aerapur.com is on their own website. This is part of the scam to convince you they are legit.

Is aerapur.com legit?

No, It is a delivery scam using an item of value they claim to be sending to you to bait you into sending money. You will lose any money you send.

What else do you know about them?

We know they use the email [email protected] and the phone number 3193923178. Any address they use is fake and the phone number is a virtual phone number which redirects to their cell phone.

How can I get my money back if I have been scammed by aerapur.com?

That is not an easy question to answer. Have a look at the payment methods on their website. They are as untraceable as possible. If you have paid very recently there is a possibility that you can cancel the transaction however they make it as difficult as possible for you to do this.

Resources:

Click to see other websites on the same server here

Click to see other scam websites registered with Tucows Domains Inc.

What do I do now?

These scams continue because they are not reported to the proper authorities. Sometimes, as the scam can appear quiet technical, you may have to convince the authorities that it is actually a scam and not a dispute.
The more people report these scams, the more chance they can be stopped.
If you have paid very recently it may be possible to cancel/reverse the transaction.

The most important thing you can do is report this scam.

Finally….

If you have any further information on aerapur.com please post it in the comments below.

If you live in the US it is important to report this scam to the Federal Trade Commission. Click here to see why. As well as the Federal Trade Commission you should report this crime to the Better Business Bureau. See Here

12 comments
  1. Thanks for the warning, Paul. I was going to order a no touch thermometer from Aerapur but was unable to find information regarding the company on the Better Business Bureau.
    website. I became skeptical and didn’t complete my purchase. I received a text today stating I had not completed my purchase, order soon because the item was in high demand. So glad, I Google the company today and found this scam article.
    Thanks again for the warning!

  2. THIS IS A SCAM!! Unfortunately, they hit my card on Friday and it is now Tuesday and nothing shipped, so I have talked to my credit card company and they are going to dispute it. Good luck with that! Do not order from this company!! I was trying to order an infrared thermometer.

  3. I ordered almost 4 weeks ago and getting the run around they are getting more clever with the tracking which they are controlling some how. The tracking info is false I can’t even find the carrier it is written out like the package is moving but they can’t even get the right I am on the East Coast it shows getting ready to deliver to me at my address in California. I reported this to my bank thank God they put the money back in my account and now my is starting a investigation. Do not order confirmed fraud

  4. I wish I would have know this way back on May 9th. After many emails, I finally received a tracking number which apparently is false. After a little research, I found the tracking number is Yun Express!! It states that it will be 12 more days before I would receive the product. I will do whatever I can via PayPal to let them know I have scammed.

  5. This is a scam and this person(s) have no intention of sending the item. They stall, knowing that eventually it will be too late for duped customer to take action. I’ve been waiting for weeks for the infrared thermometer to arrive. Now they are saying it it is coming from another country after sending a message that they ship from the USA. Which country? Who is the carrier? What is the tracking number for the carrier? When is the estimated DELIVERY date? The only “tracking” I received is the bogus information they type in and it changes every time specific delivery information is requested. Here are some examples:
    May 22 – 3:00PM Package Received and is in transit.
    [NOTE: ALL MAY 22 ERASED ON MAY 23 ABOVE INFORMATION POSTED]
    May 22nd – 11:00PM – Arrive at International Airport to Abroad
    May 22nd – 4:44PM – Departed Facility in Processing Center
    May 22nd – 8:47am – Shipment has been processed in Operational Center
    May 22nd – 4:54AM – Package received and is in transit
    May 19th – 7:34PM – Shipment Information Received
    May 5th – 9:39PM – Ordered Arrive at which international airport? Departed which facility and where? In transit from where to where? I requested a refund, and got a message saying I would have to wait until I receive the item, then send it back for a refund. Are they joking?

  6. How many more people is this person going to get. I posted my thoughts a week ago. Does someone know how to shut this ass hole down to get his website off the internet.

  7. Definitely a scam. My last time to buy from anyone except ebay and amazon without researching the vendor. My experience is almost identical to Jay (above). Jerry in Georgia

  8. This is hard to say but my thermometer arrived today at my house. When tracking the package even now as I am writing this it says it is still in California. I have no words very confused on Aerapur shipping methods. It took 29 days to get to my address. The thermometer is top quality and works great. I hope it all works out for everyone else.

  9. I was scammed as well. I received an infrared thermometer that doesn’t work and no place to send it back to. Now the so called aerapur.support isn’t getting back to me. My account was credited and I have spent $80 for something that doesn’t even work. Very disappointed.

    1. Even though I tried for weeks to get a refund they wouldn’t give one. Wnded up buying from Amazon who shipped in 5 days. My information came up when others looked for their order. Crap product when it finally arrived six weeks later. They ingore requests to cancel your order.. Don’t purchase from these scammers!

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