Reviews: Is a scam online store? Or is a legit store selling Halloween costumes? Because we are concerned about the financial safety of our readers, we did extensive research and made a review on why Funproper is fraudulent.

Please read our review before you decide if you should shop from this online store.

What Is

Funproper is an online store that claims to sell Halloween costumes, rings, eyewear, among others. They offer to ship and deliver worldwide.

Funproper is located on Their contact information, as written on their website, is:
Email: [email protected]

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How Does Work?

Funproper claims to sell top quality products at very affordable rates on their online store, but should you trust them? In the course of our research, we noticed that the affordability of their products serves as bait to attract unsuspecting buyers. This is common among scam online stores. uses a very neat and well-designed website layout, giving it a convincing feel. But this should not deceive you into believing is legit because most of these scam online stores go the extra mile to appear trustworthy.

Funproper accepts payments made through Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and PayPal.

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What We Found About!

Following the coronavirus outbreak, people have, due to the lockdown in cities, resorted to online stores for most things they need to buy. Fraudsters have taken to this opportunity to open up fraudulent websites where they steal money from unsuspecting buyers. We have taken the responsibility to carry out reviews on sites like Funproper and expose their fraudulent schemes.

From reports found on the internet, no positive reviews have been made on Usually, authentic positive reviews are a sign that an online store is reliable., after passing through a series of tests, shows it is less than six months old and, therefore, should not be trusted.

Their website uses https security – this means that information like passwords and credit card numbers, when sent to their site, is kept private. But this is not an assurance that the people behind the platform won’t tamper with your details.

The other things which we found out about Funproper which made us believe is a fake online store are:


  • They have no social media presence. Trustworthy stores use social media as a means to advertise their wares and also connect to their customers. They even listen to and resolve customers’ complaints through their social media handles.
  • The contact information provided on their website is not reliable: they provide no phone number and no return address.
  • Due to the anonymity of the owners of the store, there is zero accountability, and no one to charge should you be scammed. The absence of a real face to account for the operations of the store is a big red flag.


  • The products sampled on are without customer reviews which is a bad sign. Reliable online stores like Amazon usually carry customer reviews, both positive and negative, on the products sampled on their store.
  • When we scanned their site on ScamDoc (a website analysis platform), it returned a very bad trust score of 1%. This means that their site can’t be trusted because no identifying information of the owner is tied to the domain name. And since their creation date is very recent, there is no past timeline through which we can measure their authenticity.


  • The contents used on their webpages were copied from other sources, as we have, times without number, encountered the use of same contents in other fraudulent online stores.


  • There is no tracking system available on their website to monitor the progress of the ordered products.

This is what a user had to say:

“No doubt a scam.”


Verdict!, like Halloween Cove, is an untrustworthy online store, and, therefore, not recommended for use. If you shop from them, you stand the risk of losing your money but getting no product in return.

We know that with the forthcoming Halloween there will be a rush in purchase of costumes and effects for its celebration. A throng of fraudulent stores have surfaced, posing as genuine vendors, and unsuspecting buyers will fall victim. It is our hope that our readers, through our reviews, are protected from these scams.

There are many untrustworthy online stores on the internet promising to sell top-notch products but at heavily discounted rates.

It is common to come across these e-commerce stores offering good looking products at appetizing prices. But, in the end, such stores usually turn out to be fraudulent.

Most people attracted by these “too good to be true” prices from these online stores have bought goods of their liking but received something different from what they had ordered, and of poor quality.

Worse, some have placed orders with full payment yet received nothing but silence from the online vendors. You do not have to become one of them to learn from their experience.

It is unfair to fall victim to these fraudsters and lose the money you earned from honest work. Fact-checking should be a priority before you buy anything from an online vendor.

If you’ve shopped from this store, or attempted to do so, kindly share your experience with us in the comment section.

By Zino

12 thoughts on “Funproper Review: Avoid! [SCAM]”
  1. is now advertising on Facebook with a lifelike bald eagle mask, at a very reasonable price. However, the mask they are advertising happens to be a unique item made by an artist called Chrystumes, and is priced at 1000 dollars. The video in funpropers ad is stolen from her site.

  2. Yes the masks they are claiming to sell for under $30 are high quality stage prop items that will sell for thousands. Either you wouldn’t get anything, or you wouldn’t get anything like what they are showing.

  3. I purchased the bald eagle mask and a month went by, no mask. I found my old order confirmation and emailed them. They sent me a usps tracking number says the package was “delivered to an individual”. There’s been no delivery. I’ve contacted them and they insist the mask was delivered. Facebook is enabling this scam by continuing to run this ad.

  4. I ordered a mask, 2 weeks ago, they sent out “your package has been shipped” I was on the lookout then it said delivered and no delivery even had a tracking number that said delivered into my mailbox!!!! A whole CHY-NA lie!!! I hate those mfs!


  5. 100% scam. got me.

    Thank you for contacting us
    After the logistics company updates the new tracking number, we will send it to you.
    Please wait for it patiently.
    Thank you and have a nice
    On Wed, 30 Sep at 3:28 PM , Jorge Valencia wrote:
    ive seen several
    posts stating your website is a scam. please update tracking, why would it show ‘delivered’

  6. They are a scam. I ordered a mask on Sept 16th 2020 and paid for their “expedited shipping”. It is now Oct 20th. I have received nothing!! I have repeatedly demanded my money back and they keep giving me the run around. Calling my financial institution tomorrow.

  7. I ordered a mask for Halloween in the beginning of October from this company and received tracking from them 17TRACK different from USPS then my item was marked delivered with USPS to a different address. When I called the post office thinking it was a mistake on there part I was told that my package had been addressed to a completely different address. I have no idea why the address was wrong when I ordered the item my confirmation had the right address. I never received this mask and it is impossible to get a response from the company. Had to get my money back from PayPal dispute. Avoid this company.

  8. They seem to have scammed lots of people, PayPal are allowing them to continue to defraud people…… do they have something to gain?

  9. I had never gotten scammed until I ordered from funproper. My dealings and correspondence went on with them for 2 months. I ultimately filed a claim with PayPal and it was denied because funproper claimed they delivered the product, though I had an email from them stating they never sent my product. I lost $80. Total scam!!

    1. Sane issue with me from FunPoper, they “shipped” something to another address in the same town to get “proof” of delivery. Tip – email the USPS and have trace the package (addressee name and address) to verify if it was hipped to your address or another. In my case, USPS would not disclose the addressees name or address for privacy reasons, but did verify it was NOT addressed to me or my address. I am using the USPS email to dispute the charges. I presume they mail an empty envelope to a neighbor to get “tracking proof”. Don’t let them get away with this!

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