Check if Scam or Genuine In This Review

Our Zoomcar Review: Safety Score – 81 out of 100. We have provided this safety score because seems to be a genuine site. How? Let’s find out in detail here.

We have listed Zoomcar within our genuine sites list due to these reasons:

  • Zoomcar has verified official social media pages on platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, which you can spot by looking for blue checkmarks next to the name.
  • During this review, we noticed that its Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter 530K+, 132K+, and 20.8K+ followers respectively
  • It has a dedicated Wikipedia page.

It's very unlikely for any scam websites to have a similar level of recognition as mentioned earlier. That's why we have listed within our genuine sites list.

However, we sincerely value your input on this matter and encourage you to share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Screenshot taken from Zoomcar official website

Company Highlights:

  • Official Website/Domain:
  • Business Name: Zoomcar
  • Type of Business/Business Claim: Carsharing platform, car rental service
  • Headquarters:  Bangalore, Karnataka, India
  • Founders: Greg Moran, David Back
  • Areas served at the time of this review: India, South East Asia, Middle East and North Africa

You can find more info on in the comment below:

We value your input. Your comments are valuable in helping us gather more info about the company.

So, if you have any complaints about, please tell us in the comments below. Likewise, if you've had a good experience with the company, we'd love to hear your Zoomcar review.

You can also scroll the comment below to find out either it is a scam or genuine. Feel free to read the existing comments below for additional insights.

If you cannot find any comments or reviews about below, you can find out whether it’s a scam or genuine by checking these details:

Contact Details:

Genuine sites provide verifiable contact info, including an address and phone number. Scam sites either don’t provide contact info or provide fake details.

Too-Good-To-Be-True Discounts:

Be careful with websites offering big discounts. Since, genuine websites usually don’t have such huge discounts.

Plagiarized Content:

Check content of websites. Since, scam websites often steal content from other sites. So, if you find matching content on multiple sites, it’s best to stay away.

Website Security:

Make sure the website has SSL security. Also, check trust seal logos like McAfee or Norton. Real trust seals are clickable and take you to official verification pages. However, fake ones don’t work or take you to random pages.

Customer Complaints:

See if there are any complaints from customers about the website. A few complaints mixed with mostly good reviews suggest a decent reputation. However, if there are lots of complaints and negative reviews, be cautious.

Social Media Icons:

Scam websites might not provide any social media icons, or provide the fake ones that don’t lead to the company’s real social media pages or profiles. So, check for the social media icons.

Fake Promises:

Websites that promise big money for easy work, super-fast profits, or instant weight loss are often scams.

Also, if you get offers like unbelievable deals, sales that sound too good to be true, surprise gift cards, prizes, or lottery wins out of nowhere, they’re usually just tricks to fool you.

WHOIS Details:

You can find out the website registration date using WHOIS. Be careful with brand-new websites.

Name of Other Websites:

Be cautious of scam sites that copy content; they might have other website names on their policy pages, checkout page, or at the bottom of their pages.

Also, some scam websites use different names for their website than their domain name. Furthermore, they might even use popular company names as their website name instead of their domain name. Be careful when you see this.

Final Note For This Zoomcar Review:

To determine whether Zoomcar is a scam or genuine, read the comments below. If no comments are available, use the mentioned points earlier in this Zoomcar review to check it yourself.

FAQs and Answers based on this Zoomcar review:

Why is considered a genuine site?

It is considered as a genuine site because it has verified official social media pages on platforms like Facebook, indicated by the blue checkmarks next to its name. It also has lots of followers on these platforms, a sign of recognition that scam websites typically don't have.

What is its main business?

The main business of Zoomcar is to provide car rental service.

When and where was it founded?

Zoomcar was founded in 2013.

What should I do if I have concerns to share about Zoomcar?

If you have any complaints, please share them in the comment section below. Similarly, if you’ve had a positive experience with the company, we welcome your opinion and reviews.

What should I do if I suspect a scam or have been scammed by a company?

If you suspect any company has scammed you, then we recommend you to report that to online fraud reporting agencies, such as Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) in the United States.

Moreover, to report scams, file complaints, or share reviews about other companies, please visit our “Report A Scam, File Complaint, Or Post Your Review” section. There, you can post your reviews or complaints regarding those specific companies.

Note: This Zoomcar review is based on the mentioned date, but it may change its details in the future.

Remember to stay safe when shopping online!

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I'm De Suman Roka, the author, editor, and founder of this website. Engaged in online business since 2009, I've been researching various scams since 2014, making me an expert in identifying scams. For additional details about me, our team, and our work, please visit our "About Us" page. Find more info about me on Twitter and Facebook.

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