I found hairoverstock.com very easily during a Google search and couldn’t help noticing an abundance of hair extensions and wigs advertised. Beware, beware, beware!!! This is a fake website made to look very real. I am very shocked that no one has bothered to write a real review about having been the victim of fraud after making a purchase from this website. | The reason why shipping is so expensive $18.17 for a pack of hair extensions which only weigh less than an ounce is because the sorry piece of crap running the website is actually located out of the country. This also explains why shipping takes more than a week. The good reviews on their website are fake, the Instagram account and pics are fake, and so is the facebook page. | The telephone number is a Google number where you pick your own number from anywhere in the United States, and the address to send back the hair because it was completely opposite of what you ordered is fake…it’s a virtual office suite in California managed by Regus Corporation. Also fake are the support email addresses on the website, [email& 160;protected] and [email& 160;protected] | Here’s the scam to get your credit or debit card number: You make a selection, then a and purchase through their “secured transaction server” using your credit or debit card. Second, you get a confirmation email (looks so professional and legit). Then you get another email when your order ships. However, it will not arrive according to the confirmation from hairoverstock or UPS. | My package was 2 days late and when UPS did arrive it was at 9:43 pm. I have sent multiple, multiple email messages to both of the email address noted above, but have received no replies. I called and left message to the Google telephone number, but have not received a call back concerning the damaged extensions that I received. | The extensions were not real Onyx Remi 12 inch, however 10 inch. And, the color was not what was advertised on the fake website. I purchased these extensions to match what is currently in my hair…same company and all. However, the both length and color were wrong and the owner of the site knew this. It’s part of the scam. No money back if package is opened. | What the scammer born, raised and living in another country doesn’t understand is that in the United States, a consumer gets their money back when a purchase is fraudulent or as a result of false and deceptive advertising and/or business practices. The dummy thinks that he or she has won…made another American look stupid. No, no, no!!! | My credit card issuer has already received my request to reverse the $47.17 that I paid. And, if the owner of the site wants their extensions back from me, he or she will have to provide a real mailing address within the United States. In the end, the dumb loser in Paris or China loses, not me. I am way to smart and resourceful to allow someone who doesn’t speak English to rip me off. How you like me now? | Do NOT buy hair from hairoverstock.com. If you do and the hair is not what was advertised when you receive it, please know that you have recourse. First, you can file a complaint with your bank. Second, you can file a fraud complaint with the Attorney General in your state. Also, you could file a fraud complaint with the US Federal Trade Commission, the FBI, and the Internet Crime Complaint Center or IC3. Often these scammer are part of a very large online ring that is already being tracked by the federal government. | Finally, these people have your credit or debit card number. So, now you will have to keep a closer eye out for unauthorized purchases. This is the whole point of creating a fraudulent website. Yes, the owner of the site has extensions and wigs, but not what your ordered.