Perhaps this is just me being from a different culture, but... They clearly state they are not selling the genuine, but remakes. Reporting a person who is honestly telling their clients that these aren't the real thing, is like reporting all the perfume oil stores I know that replicate mainstream brand-names. As far as we know, he is only "stealing" copyright (ie name and bottle look), but is simply providing a way for people to get perfumes that smell similar without shelling out tonnes.
We perfumistas forget that not everyone cares as much about perfume as we do!
I live in Africa, where piracy is a normal thing. DVDs sold on the streets are all pirated, and we get the movies on DVD before they're even premiered sometimes. Music? No one buys a CD in Kenya, unless it's local - even then most Kenyans don't care and will prate that, even though the local artistes need it. There is one CD store that I know of, and they dont have the newest albums. They do not have the newest movies. There definitely is NO place in Kenya where you can buy genuine perfumes, except overpriced (marked up twice the price at times) stores in expensive malls. Then you have large brands and people (woe is me) lamenting and complaining about piracy in their million dollar homes - but what effort do they make to provide their music/movies to people who make 200 dollars a month? Does that mean that people of a low income who have internet and the awareness of entertainment, do not have a right to be entertained? Do lower income people not have the right to enjoy perfume?
I know that a lot of mainstream perfumes are sold in chemists in Kenya, all fake. They cost 15 dollars, smell "nice" (if you like fruity floral), and faintly resemble the original. Why deny someone their pleasure? I cannot explain to you the joy of a young girl who got a Dior perfume for herself when she thought she could never afford it. Sure, she knew it was fake at 20 dollars. But it was a treat for her, and that is something she could never have done if stores - who are honest about their fakes - like these didnt exist.
(Note: I'm not necessarily talking about this website if it IS a credit card scam, as I dont know where the place caters to, but I know I've seen complaints before about "fakes" and I dont understand why people are letting it get to them when it might provide someone else with a lot of pleasure, especially if it clearly states they are replicas).
Second note: I am not trying to argue but just want to expose a different side to this argument. I hope that is clear; I'm kind of sick so I might not be expressing myself correctly right now.