Well, they keep SAYING the item has shipped in an autobot message. BUT the shipping company (the claimed shipping company) says they don't have the item. They're waiting on it in order to actually ship it. How's an item EN ROUTE to the shipper for 4 days?!?!
So here's what they're doing: posting items online (like Amazon, Ebay, etc) that they don't have, charging shipping fees, collecting shipping fees, THEN creating labels (like on a stamps.com or something) which anyone can do, anytime. When the item eventually doesn't ship, they keep your shipping fee/money. Well, THERE IS NO ITEM! After a month (on Amazon) the order will be auto-cancelled. HOWEVER, since they don't subscribe to AmazonPrime, YOU, the customer, has to beg Amazon to reimburse you. (or Ebay, etc.)
So, they're basically hoping you click to buy something that doesn't exist, then they'll stall you for a month or so, then stop returning messages. They keep your money & don't really care if you find a way to get a refund from Amazon or Ebay.
I wonder if this used to be a real company, but sold it to someone who is using the longevity of the name/address to scam people?