Worldstores review: Avoid at all costs!

Is Worldstores legit? Erm no!

Worldstores is part of the Globe Online Limited owned by the Dunelm group (I guess Dulnelm is on the list of stores to boycott) Worldstores uses a network of different websites that it uses to draw in its victims including:

Garden furniture world

Worldstores also trade on eBay and amazon.

The internet is littered with complaints written by customers who have been scammed by this company. The most common complaint customers have is that Worldstores simply took their money and ran off refusing to deliver the goods or give a refund. With negative reviews dating back years it appears as though this company has been scamming people for a long time and CONTINUES to get away with it without any repercussions.
What Worldstores is doing is fraud on a mass scale and is generating £100m in annual sales as a result.

Worldstores does not have a big warehouse anywhere they are just an office which mean they do not own any of the stock, they only (maybe) buy in stock from cheap manufacturers or importers as and when they get an order.
When ordering from one of Worldstores websites there is an extremely high chance that what you are ordering will not arrive.

It appears to be management policy, in a lot of cases, to simply take your money without any intention of fulfilling your order and in other cases supplying you with inferior or faulty goods.

When searching for Worldstores reviews online one of the first results that greets those looking to see if Worldstores is a safe place to buy is trustpilot. Due to trustpilots disingenuous review system that enables Worldstores to “manage” their review by paying trustpilot a fee. This means Worldstores can delete negative reviews and create bogus positive reviews. Some trustpilot reviewers have spotted this and posted about this problem only for their post to disappear.

Worldstores parent company, Dunelm, must be seen as being complicit since purchasing Worldstores in September of last year and choosing not to change their policy of deliberately misleading customers.

If Worldstores has scammed you then you can visit to report them for fraud, report them to trading standards, BBC Watchdog or persue them through the courts. Your credit card company should be able to make a claim against them as should your bank through your debit card provider (Visa or MasterCard). Do NOT allow them to get away with your money. Do NOT give up the fight.

You can also comment below to share your experience with this awful company and warn others not to buy from them.

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  1. I ordered a £120 mattress via mattressworld and after reading reviews online about how bad the company was I decided to cancel the order. Despite sending multiple emails to Worldstores my emails were simply ignored. I then contacted my credit card company to cancel the payment which was still pending.. my credit card company told me that if Worldstores doesn’t accept the payment then I should be okay. After a few days despite telling Worldstores that I did not want the mattress Worldstores took the money… even more infuriating was the fact that this was long time after the mattress was supposed to arrive (Worldstores promised next day delivery on their website). I then rang Worldstores to ask why they took my money even though I told them that I wanted to cancel the order and asked why they hadn’t delivered the mattress. Worldstores then told me that they had no record of my transaction and that I had not placed an order. I rang my credit card company who assured me that Worldstores had received my money in full and that they will have records of my transaction because they manually had to accept the payment for it to go through. I am now filling a complaint with my credit card company to try to get my money back. If anyone is thinking about buying from any Worldstores site then think again… the people behind Worldstores are thieves and liars and should not be trusted at all! #scumbags

  2. Did not receive bed I ordered. Worldstores refused to refund me had to file a complaint with credit card company just to get money back. Hope everyone reports this company to action fraud to get the con artists behind this site locked up.

  3. Is this the biggest cowboy firm ever? MOST CERTAINLY. This company scammed me out of £100 by not delivering a bed I bought. I rang them up and the person said that they have no record of my purchase!!!! The twitter feed of this company is just full of complaints, so must be scamming people on a huge scale constantly.

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