Scammer Dice Shops

Recently, we’ve been seeing a significant amount of scammer Facebook and social media ads and online stores that are trying to advertise dice that aren’t theirs, and will not deliver what they promise.

It’s not always easy to spot these if you don’t have a pretty good idea about all the different handmade and Kickstarter dice out there, because a lot of these scam ads are using photos from popular but unfulfilled Kickstarters (such as the MDG liquid core dice, Dicebound, Uncharted Trilogy-Aurora, Pixels Dice) or unique handmade dice from independent makers (such as dice with objects inside), usually at price points that seem a little too good to be true (e.g. offering $80 Kickstarter dice for $15).

These stores advertise under different names, and they’re often some kind of strange fantasy name. Store names so far seen include the following:

  • Ace plum
  • All made by hand
  • Alycemall
  • Anime Dungeon
  • Appleroo
  • Athlero or Athlerok
  • B Fatchrol
  • Benjamine-shop
  • Bennidi
  • Bingoooshop
  • Charmsection
  • Chicfoxy
  • Cominnow
  • Crystals Collection
  • D&D Den
  • D&D is my childhood
  • D&D With Love
  • Deeply In Love
  • Deepseaholder
  • Easyusee
  • Epo chepic
  • Everything For You
  • Ez Stuff
  • Gamers Night
  • Gameworld
  • Godbuy Store
  • Gotoronda
  • Hb-carriecathye shop
  • Hb-gladyse shop
  • Hellishop
  • Iphstyle
  • Jellystores
  • Just For You
  • Kelleysha
  • Kingkas DIY
  • Littlest Things
  • Lospoco shop
  • Lovepay
  • Makingdish
  • Mounsiee Sale
  • Myst desired
  • Nchdbxc
  • Orfilaa Store
  • Outpushops
  • Perfectfiture
  • Pg-monsta shop
  • Rou sep
  • RuthlessRolling
  • Shekbuy
  • Skull Obsession
  • Smilelife or Plzsmilelife
  • Spidebed
  • Suproduct
  • Swisshalo
  • Tayloke
  • Toovis
  • Trnyshop001
  • Twinkle Town
  • US – the great dream
  • Vxristore
  • Wancys
  • Weoous
  • Xindeqqu
  • Xinestore
  • Yes I’m A Gamer

If you see ads like this that use Kickstarter dice or other very unique dice (like the one with the sailboat inside), especially if the prices seem very cheap, caution is advised. What happens very often is that, if you order there, they do send you dice, but they will be cheap pearl or other mass-produced generic dice that look nothing like what you thought you ordered.

Whenever you see such an ad or post on Facebook, Instagram or other social media, you’re encouraged to report it as a scam. There may be other ways to report fake shops as well, for instance if they use URL shorteners like bit.ly that have spam reporting forms.