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AliExpress reviews

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Is A Scam?

The WFHW team recently completed a not so favorable review of the website, giving it a user beware rating.
Since is owned by we felt it was important to let our readers know if could be trusted or are they operating with some of the same unethical strategies that are giving a bad name.
To read the review of in its entirety click here.
What is founded in 2009 is a marketplace offering products at factory prices direct from China.  Orders can be as small as a single item.
The website is actually featured on the main website.  When you sign up for a free membership with AliExpress, you are actually registering with at the same time.
Unlike (which has no payment tracking because they use Western Union), payment for products purchased through are held by in their Escrow Alipay system and are only released to the seller once the product is received by the purchaser.  This system was put in place to overcome one of the biggest challenges was experiencing, non delivery of products.
However, it appears that the escrow system has not completely resolved the problem with products not being delivered.  There were a few customer complaints suggesting that even though the money was held in escrow, when they did not receive their product and requested a refund, the money was not release back to them.  One person after waiting several months still had not received their money back, nor had they received the products they purchased.
What Are The Main Differences Between and
I had to take a real close look at these two sites in order to identify the main differences.
1)  All the suppliers for are from China where as has international suppliers as well as suppliers from China.
2) payments are made online when the order is placed and funds are held in an Escrow.  Buyers at make payments offline via Western Union so there is no way to track where the money goes.
3)  Unlike which caters to companies with large orders, provides products to both companies and individuals with no minimal order requirement.
4) Shipments on are by air only, while offers a choice of shipping by sea or air.
What Do You Need To Be Aware Of Before Making A Purchase Through AliExpress?
The use of an Escrow-based Alipay system to manage payments between sellers and customers may help to prevent the non delivery of products – a concern of customers and one of the major stumbling blocks with  However, there are problems that it won’t solve.
Buyers that purchase products through will still be dealing with the same vendors that service  Because there are no regulations and quality control in place, some of these sellers have unethical business practices which have resulted in a large number of the complaints issued by purchasers about Alibaba.  The only difference is that sellers won’t get the money until the product is in the customers hand.
Sellers have also been known to replace items with similar look-a-likes that may not have the exact specification so you need to check merchandise very carefully when you receive it.  There have been a number of complaints that sellers were not able to deliver products on time.  However, the time frame it takes for products to clear is an unpredictable variable that could cause product arrival delays.
Potential buyers need to examine vendors very carefully before making any purchases.  The following are 5 warning signs that you should be aware of when researching a seller.
1)  They Offer a Wide Range of Products.
If the sellers profile indicates that they sell a wide range of products, this is an indication that they are a trading company and as a result you won’t get the best deals.
2)  They’re Slow To Answer Or Don’t Respond At All To Pre-sell Questions.
If they don’t provide any pre-sell customers service, who is going to help resolve your situation if you have an issue after making a purchase and require customer service?
3)  They Are Located in Fujian
While not all sellers from this region are crooks, sellers in this area have a reputation that is notorious for generating customer complaints.
4)  They Don’t Use The Same Name Or Provide A Company Name Without A City
Sellers should always have a city attached to their name.  Most Chinese companies do.  If you come across a seller without a city attached to their name, you should be very cautious.
5)  They Claim To Sell Brand Name Products
Brand name products are sold at brand name prices.  It would be very unlikely that a small company like AliExpress could acquire brand name products to sell.

AliExpress is not a scam, but there are unethical sellers so you need to be careful and do some research before considering making a purchase.  You may even consider testing the waters by making a small purchase before investing any significant amount of money in products.

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The makers of the hit game Dots are back with a brand new, addictive, free, puzzle game!

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• CONNECT one Dot to another, sink anchors, make a line, create bombs, extinguish flames, and much more
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• PLAY at your own pace to figure out the perfect move without having to worry about a clock
• CHALLENGE your friends on Facebook, beat their scores, and earn medals
• MAKE a square, not a circle, to clear every dot of a single color

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Star Wars - Best game for Iphone

Review : Vandal Online
First impressions

I'd forgotten how glacial strategy management games can be.

Star Wars: Commander dishes out its two resources - Credits and Alloy - at an AT-AT's pace, making building new structures to defend your Headquarters and gather more materials a slow process.

As with Clash of Clans you have two units to construct and improve buildings. In CoC they're Workers, in Commander they're Droids. But only having a couple means the early part of the game can drag.

That said, criticising a strategy management game for being slow is like criticising a platformer for having a jump button. It's par for the course, and you go into a game like Star Wars: Commander expecting a bit of plod.

At the moment I'm not finding too many differences between this and its Supercell source material, but hopefully this will change as the game begins to open up.

Day 3: I suggest a new strategy

Three days in and the game is still slow-going, and I don't really see that changing. You use Alloy to buy and upgrade buildings more than you use Credits, which slows progress if you simply want to bide your time and build up resources.

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There are multiple currencies in play: the one to speed up stuff is Crystals, the one to create buildings is Alloy, the one to buy troops is Credits.

Crystals can also be used to buy more of the latter two (though they can be earned through regular play too). Prices for Crystals start at £2.99 / $4.99 for 500, which seems steep, considering one new worker droid costs that much to create.
What's much more effective if you're looking to progress quickly - and what the game clearly tries to funnel you into doing - is spending your Credits to train troops. You can then send them off to participate in battles.

When you select the Attack a Rival option, you send your soldiers into battle against someone of a similar level, hoping that you'll smash their base to itty bitty pieces through a combination of overwhelming might and tactical nous.

It plays out like any other strategy management game. You place your troops on the field, they automatically pick a target close to them and attack it.

When they're done, they pick another. You can't directly control where they'll go next, which feels like a step back from the advances that Samurai Siege and Boom Beach made to the genre.

You can skip a battle and move onto another using Credits, but that's the only pre-battle strategy available. The rewards for victory are high, though.

Lots of Credits and Alloy are up for the looting, which, playing as the heroic Rebels, feels an odd thing to be doing. Your troops are expended after an encounter, just like in Clash of Clans.

There are also riches - including the premium Crystals - to be found by completing chapters of the single player story, which include battles, defending your base, and upgrading your buildings.

I'm enjoying Star Wars: Commander enough to want to continue playing, but I'm yet to see any part of it that does anything radically different.

Day 7: Dispensing with the pleasantries

After a full week with the game, I don't feel like I've progressed very far, and I'm left questioning why anyone thought this game needed to be made - aside from the buckets of cash it'll surely make for featuring the Star Warslicense.

I've not yet upgraded my Headquarters to the fourth level, so much of the game is still locked away from me. I feel my base is organised well for defence, and I've certainly been improving my turrets and mortars to fight back against invasions.

My walls have been fortified to keep out unwanted guests too. Yet every morning I wake up to find my base ravaged and precious precious resources stolen.

To give myself the edge in battles I've also been researching more powerful troop types. It's fun to gain access to new soldiers, and to buff up the ones I already have, but no amount of training can improve the artificial intelligence designating the area your troops will attack next.

My crack team of rebels decided in the middle of a battle that instead of attacking the turret that was blasting them with laser fire, they'd fire round after round into the totally harmless wall just next to it.

It's infuriating, and your lack of agency in combat - with the exception of calling in the odd air strike - means you're a prisoner to the AI and its bizarre tactical quirks.

Learning from your mistakes is also tough, as the camera is zoomed out during battles that it obscures the action. Is your soldier getting shot? You'll have to zoom right in to try and see. Star Wars: Commander doesn't even change the colour of the health bars to help you distinguish between friend and foe.

Strategy management games have flooded the market since the phenomenal success of Clash of Clans, and new ones have to offer something meaningfully different to the now well-known formula to be worth recommending over Supercell's effort.

Slapping a licence over the top of a basic copy of the fundamentals just isn't going to cut it.

While the Star Wars license is a tempting one to buy into, Star Wars: Commander isn't exactly up to snuff, especially if you're looking to play on the cheap. Perhaps future updates can lessen the price-gouging and it can blossom into a truly rewarding F2P experience.