Update: it looks like the Vapes.com website is shut down. Karma is a b*tch.
Unfortunately, we cannot recommend vapes.com or any of their coupons. After having a financial relationship with them for many years, they started voiding many of our sales with no satisfactory reason given. Although we can only theorize about their shady behavior, it could be that they are having money problems or they’ve decided they want to screw affiliates to put a few dollars in their greedy pockets. It’s either one or the other.
But, why even order from vapes.com? The website has very little traffic to begin with which could mean there are few satisfied returning customers. And prices on the site are quite high, especially for their hardware, so a legit 5% or 10% or a free shipping coupon code doesn’t mean you are getting a good deal. In fact, if you look at this page, our vapes.com page has been visited a decent 11,000 at the time of this writing, yet very few of the who clicked their URL on this page purchased an item at vapes.com.
All of this means that you may or may not have a bad experience when placing an order from vapes.com. If your order gets lost in the mail or you receive a faulty device, will you get a refund? When answering this question, please remember that this company canceled even small $1 commissions with no reason given other than “Non Qualified Lead Sales”. Sidenote: what genius came up with that stupid, incoherent wording? Anyway, we’re pretty sure they kept the money for the referred sales, but stole our commissions to line their pockets.
In the case of stolen commissions, we dealt with Jeff (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) who is an absolute jackass to people like us who have sent him customers/site traffic and helped pay his salary over the years. His reply to our inquiry was “None of your sales looks qualified at this point.” Hey moron, it’s none of your sales LOOK, so learn proper English. Idiot…
So be warned, your mileage may vary when dealing with vapes.com and arrogant Jeff or any of his lackeys if there’s a problem with your sure-to-be expensive order.