Sence you can be fined in Germany for ruining a person or companies reputation, I will not say the name of the store.
It's a bit embarrassing but I got ripped off.
Back in October my wife offered to buy me a knife for my birthday. I had found a LionSteel BestMan at an online discount sporting goods store for an unbelievable 60€ plus 5€ shipping. The store web site was in perfect German language & they had a very large selection of sporting goods so with no further research I ordered the knife & paid per credit card. Lucky for me, the card has a 500€ limit & the knife put me right up at the limit! The one time in life that having my card maxed out has paid off. Anyways, 2 weeks latter I recieved a cheap necklace from this "store". The package said that the value was 2$. The address was in a huge land where they eat lots of rice.
I contacted their "customer service" and explained to them that I had recieved the wrong product. It's a long long story that went on for 2 weeks. In the mean time, I was informed by my bank that some off shore company in a huge land where they eat lots of rice was continually trying to charge things to my credit card & that they had canceled my card. In the mean time, this "store" keeps wanting to refund me money. First 20%, then 50% & last but not least, the whole 100%. All I needed to do was give them my new card information.
Of course, I gave it to them.
LOL! Of course I did not give it to them. In the mean time, I tried to do some research on this "store" but found out absolutely nothing about them.
The moral of the story is this.
If you find a deal online that's just to good to be true, be careful!
No matter how impressively well done the web site is, be careful!
Try to research them before you buy anything. If you can't find out anything about them you should reconsider your decision to buy.
And, if it is still to tempting to resist then I hope your card is almost maxed out like mine was. I got off "lucky" this time around.
Take care and be safe when buying Online.