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The Wayfair trafficking
« on: July 10, 2020, 09:28:01 pm »

Overnight Wayfair child trafficking has become the most popular topic on Twitter. Users have been swapping evidence and stories about Wayfair. Many accounts linking them to involvement in child trafficking. Not only are these tweets coming in by the thousands, they are legitimately becoming to actually get concerning.

The Cabinets May Have Names…

We can only hope that this is just a coincidence. But this is gut wrenching to even think about.

Rapid Fire. Here you go:

Wayfair Child Trafficking SKU Numbers

This one. This is hard to see…

Twitter users took the next obvious step in this Wayfair child trafficking investigation. They took the UPC and SKU numbers from the products and searched them. On sites such as Bing and Google they either come up with no results or show the same cabinet but at a normal price.

When you go to a specific Russian website however-


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Re: The Wayfair trafficking
« Reply #2 on: August 31, 2020, 04:53:54 am »
This is on Ebay and Amazon too. I shop both those sites, and I am embarrassed to say that I have happened across ridiculously priced items and just thought they were errors. But when you see so many and such blatantly obvious references... No denying this is in plain sight. Also I did a thread on bellchan for this too.


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Re: The Wayfair trafficking
« Reply #3 on: September 12, 2020, 09:39:59 am »

I'm not sure who experienced more fallout--the people I know that I know are annoyed, or the people I have never even heard of that are really annoyed. And, I can't really find out, because I've put every single phone number contact I've got on /ignore.

It's only five people, but still. THOSE PEOPLE ARE DEAD TO ME. YOU HEAR ME? DEAD.