Is TwinkleDeals Legit? And What Did It Teach Me about Internet Marketing?

Is TwinkleDeals Legit? That’s the question I should have asked myself before buying anything from their online store. Today I am going to share my experience with their company and service.

is twinkledeals legitName: TwinkleDeals
Field: Online Store for Clothing, Bags, etc.
Overall Rank: 15 out of 100

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What Is TwinkleDeals and How Did I Found It?

TwinkleDeals is a huge online store that sells clothes, bags, jewelry etc. for a cheap price from Asia. 3 months ago (in November 2016) I had just moved from Finland to Austria and the winter was about to begin. I thought that I would like to have a winter jacket but I wouldn’t like to spend too much money on it.

I figured out that I could go to a local store to try to find a good jacket. But the price level here in Austria is not very cheap and I thought that a good wool jacket would cost probably 100€ (~$110) minimum. So, I decided to take a look if I could find something much cheaper online from the comfort of my own home. I have bought quite a lot of different things from the Internet so I’m quite used to it. Sometimes I buy stuff from China that would cost 5 times more in my own country.

I found good-looking jackets for $10-20 on TwinkleDeals. I thought that I could have even 10 this kind of jackets for the same price that I can buy one in a local store so I decided to give it a try. That was a mistake!

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What Should I Have Done Before Buying on TwinkleDeals?

There are thousands of reliable companies and services online: Amazon, Wealthy Affiliate, our Your Online Revenue, Jaaxy, MassPlanner, Fiverr etc. When I am buying something from the companies that I already know, I don’t need to think if they are legit or not because I already know them.

But if you are going to buy something online from a company that you don’t know, it’s always recommended to make a little research. I don’t mean a research like writing a 100 report on that company. But make a few searches on Google and see what other people have liked about this company. It takes only 2-3 minutes and can save your money from scams.

I didn’t do it because I was so excited to buy a new wool jacket for so cheap price. I don’t know why I didn’t do it because I have never fallen into scams online. I have made so many reviews about scam products on that I must be a last person in the world to run into scams. But I was too excited about their cheap prices.

So here is the principle:

Make a little “research” always before buying online from a company that you don’t know.

If you follow my 5 principles, you will never fall into online scams again.

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TwinkleDeals Advertises Their Products with Big Discounts


What Happened After Ordering a Jacket from TwinkleDeals?

Some time went by and the jacket didn’t come. I started Googling TwinkleDeals and I found that many people have had bad experiences with this company. Many times their products have been totally different in the pictures on the Internet than in a real life. I realized that I had made a mistake when buying from this company and I thought that perhaps my jacket will never come.

Then I started asking for their customer support if they are going to deliver the jacket that I had paid. They answered and asked for more details and I gave the same personal information and address that I had given before. But then they started their ridiculous claims!

They said that I had given them a wrong address and it’s my mistake that they haven’t shipped the product. I needed to send them many emails until I get an answer what they were meaning.

They said that I had given the wrong address because I didn’t write Tirol instead of Tyrol. Tyrol is a region in Austria which is called Tirol in German (which is the official language here). Even a little bit simple person should know that Tyrol is the same with Tirol, especially if my street address, city, country and name are exactly the same.

Did They Deliver the Jacket After All?

They asked me to wait until a bit over two months had passed by after my order. Then I finally got my jacket in the end of January. The coldest days were already over and I didn’t really even need a jacket anymore. Did they deliver what they had promised? Not really.

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The jacket was so small that I can’t wear it and the other thing is that it looks very different than in the pictures of their websites. I feel that I got scammed. Fortunately, I spent only around $15 for the jacket. But it also took my valuable time because I needed to be in touch with their customer support.

What Did I learn?

I think that after all, it was not so bad. I used $15 but I learned some important lessons. I can think that I just used $15 for my own education.

1.Always read a few reviews about a company that you don’t know

2.If it sounds too good to be true, don’t get too excited. Make a rational research and then make a decision.

3.Don’t buy from suspicious companies.

I think that all these principles sound pretty obvious but still, nowadays people are using probably millions of euros for different kind of online scams. That’s why in we want to educate people to have a better awareness when using or making money online.

Is “Make Money Online” a Scam?

After reading companies like TwinkleDeals, some people tend to think, “Well, everything on the Internet seems to be scammy.” That’s definitely not true. Probably because of many online scams some people are thinking that it’s not possible to make $10,000/month online. However, I have found out that it’s possible for anyone to make money online honestly.

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Have you bought something from TwinkleDeals or from other cheap companies online? What kind of experiences did you have?

Let me know in the comments below! 🙂

By Roope Kiuttu

Hello! I am Roope "Robert" Kiuttu, the founder and owner of I created this website back in 2015 to help you to make money online. You can ask me anything and I'll be happy to help you out. I help people daily to make more money online and I love seeing people succeeding. If you want to get my 1-on-1 support and help to make money online as well, get started HERE.


  1. Good advice about doing your research before buying from online companies you don’t know about. I think the same can be said when you attend some webinar about how to make money online and you get all fired up and want to buy the product they are offering at the end of the webinar immediately, before you have really assessed whether it is right for you or not. It may be a great product, but is it really going to suit you? That is certainly one thing I have learned about online marketing! Don’t get too excited when attending webinars! haha…

    1. Hi Liz,

      that’s also good advice about “make money online” -webinars. Some “guru” is showing proofs of his income and selling his magic program in the end. However, there are also legit webinars where they teach important tips and concrete steps to make money online.

      In Wealthy Affiliate there is a webinar about making money online every week. But they are not selling any products there because it’s included in the membership. One great in WA is that they don’t have any upsells like most MMO-products.


  2. Roope,
    I’m sorry to hear how you got scammed by this company who did not deliver a jacket product you had ordered in a timely fashion.

    I mean 2 months is ridiculous. Actually the name of this company Twinkledeals would have had my radar up from the beginning. The name alone to me sounds like something I would not trust, period!

    I have never heard of them and there would have been no way that I would have invented 5 cents on any product offered by that company.

    As you mentioned not only are there more reliable and trusted online stores, some of which you stated in your article. But in addition to that, something which admittedly you did not do, was perform research first on that company. $10 – 20 for a jacket just sounds suspicious to me to be totally frank!

    Really with what is going online daily regarding the plethora of scam opportunities that only serve to steal money illegally from innocent people, you simply MUST thoroughly check out any opportunity, company, business online before committing anything.

    I commend you for writing an article pointing out this scam online store and what you had to go through.
    You are teaching your readers what they must do in order not to fall for the same fraudulent deal that you went through!


    1. Hi Jeff,

      great thoughts!

      I think that many times TwinkleDeals is working on a “grey area”. They are not giving the whole truth but partially they do their work well. But I would say all in all it’s a scam.


  3. You bring up some very valid pointers about how easy it is to become complacent and forget that not all businesses online are a100% trustworthy. The tips you give are always good ones to follow just to make sure you’re dealing with reputable companies or at least reduce the risk of being scammed.

    Appreciate the fact of you keeping us updated with different companies.

    1. Hi Travis,

      yes, it’s always wise to make a little “research” about the company if you are going to buy (=invest) some money on that company. It will save many hair from your head ;).


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