BuyGoods.com is the online home of BuyGoods, a company that offers their customers a place to find some of the newest and most popular health, wellness, and home care guides available online.
How Does It Work?
It appears that BuyGoods.com is a website and marketplace which specializes in helping their customers find the newest and most popular self-published guidebooks available online.
They are currently carrying products in categories like Weight Loss, Health & Fitness, Clean Energy, and Anti-Aging. Customers who are interested in the products they are currently carrying can either go through these categories depending on what they are personally interested in or they can choose to look at their main home page, where their newest or bestselling products will be featured.
This company currently sells such a wide variety of products at this time, that there is no way to quote a single or static price range of what you will find at this time, especially when you consider that their products are always changing and their inventory will frequently feature new and different products. Customers will simply need to refer to the specific product page of the guide they are considering purchasing in order to find the most accurate and up-to-date pricing information.
Their website says that all products purchased on BuyGoods.com automatically come with a “no questions asked” 60 Day Money Back Guarantee. To initiate your return, you will be required to look up your order through your online account and then click “Submit Refund Request.”
Customers who ordered physical products from their website will then be given a specific return address where they will need to mail their product back, but unfortunately this company will not provide refunds for return shipping fees at any time.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who would like to contact Customer Service with any questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by phone at 302-404-2568 or by using the Help link at the top of their page to submit them directly to their site.
Unfortunately there are not many customer reviews available for this website and their products at this time, but there are some independent evaluations which can be made about this website and their products.
The reality is that there are no standards for the type of self-published guides being sold on this website. People of any background or experience can publish whatever books they choose, without restriction or limitation. This means that people who find products at BuyGoods.com will definitely want to take the time and effort to look up each individual product to see what its specific reputation is with their previous customers.
Competitors and Alternatives?
These types of self-published guides are actually available all over the internet, depending on the type of information you are hoping to find, but regardless of where you find these products they will still be subject to the same questions and concerns as the products you will find at BuyGoods.com.
If you have any experience with this company or their products, please leave your BuyGoods.com reviews below.
15 ‘BuyGoods.com’ Reviews
There trying to see Weber grills a ridiculously low prices. I’m talking 4 burners plus 2 on each side for $109.00. Now if anyone ever checked the prices on Weber grills knows that price is way off. Be careful.
i think it's the same people their address is playstation.buygoods.site. they are selling games, consoles and psn cards for ridiculous prices. including a 100 dollar psn card for only 30. borderlands 3, a game that isn't even out yet for 39.99. a ps4 pro for 99.99. pretty sure they are a scam.
These are the terms and conditions can anyone explain term 3.4 which states
"3.4 As between You and BuyGoods, You shall be responsible for any fraudulent or unauthorized transactions made through the Site or Services, including, without limitation, unauthorized use of Your credit card or debit card."
Although it looked fake knowing that I opened the advertisement from a "CLICK TO DISCOVER THE REASON WHY HYPERTENSION MEDICATIONS ARE FAILING!!!" thing and after the ad you see this "BUY KNOW" orange box but I'm still disappointed that nearly everyone states it's fake. And you can make a good argument on why are there other buying options than directly entering your card info.
3Stars cause I haven't used the site so average.
Targetting people with long term medical conditions to scam them . Please DO NOT GO FOR THEM. WITHIN A SPACE OF 1 WEEK I WAS CHRGED 3 SEPARATE LOTS OF £60.55
you buy a product thinking you are paying for an ebook and then they email what they call a free ebook and before you know it they are taking money off. My case has been referred for criminal investigation.
They have this extremely convincing video about blood pressure and the miracle supplement to lower it naturally. I am desperate for a natural way to lower blood pressure and was a sucker and ordered the vitamins. Then magically i got a charge on my card for not just vitamins but an e-book. I requested a refund on their website and all of the sudden they began calling my number over and over and over again. Refunded me for the ebook, and 12 hours later charged me again, then refunded once again, then charged it to my card again! I had to contact my financial institution to get a new card number. Beware of this company.
If BuyGoods was a legitimate company they would accept PayPal.
This appeared on one of my searches when I was online with my iPhone. I watched
I called and the girl that answered did not seem to know what I was talking about. When I repeated Good Buys to correct eyesight she asked if I had downloaded the e book. I told her I was calling about that because it seemed all that was being offered was a book to tell you what to do and my understanding from the video is that he learned of hard to get fruit from the Aborigines. She then said that all the ingredients needed can be bought at any grocery store. That was enough for me! I think this is just one more scam. I know there are some vitamins that can help keep your eyes healthier but I doubt there is anything from common fruits and veggies that will turn your vision around into 20/20 or correct glaucoma or macular problems. I'm not falling for it. Any of these offers that have a LONG video that goes on and on are fake. If someone has something GOOD that works they can tell you in a short time.