I found these ads on this company called Zebra. They're offering an electric scooter for $99 a month. They claim to be a San Francisco startup, and they are aiming at capturing the new food delivery app drivers market.
I have talked to them on the chat box on their website: [url]ride.zebranow.com[/url]
They are smooth talking, good customer service vernacular, and they claim they are located at: 400 Florence St Palo Alto, CA 94301. I checked on the street view of google maps, and it doesn't show they would be there, but they claim they are still too new.
I have searched all over the web and youtube, and there are no mentions of them anywhere in any regard. There are no reviews. They claim they are shown in articles in a few news syndicates such as the Chicago Tribune and Yahoo Finance. I couldn't find the articles myself, but they brought up one located on Yahoo Finance. This article was placed in this news site through another pay website called Access Wire. You pay them, they write an article, and they push it on the news syndicates to get your name out there.
So they are advertising on google and facebook etc. The problem I have is I can't separate them from any of the scams that are ran out of...say for example, Nigeria. There's nothing that ties them up to the money you'd pay them.
There are no contracts, and it's just send money via google pay or paypal. The shipping for the scooter takes a month, and it costs $99.
What do you think?