Some other sites that are the same content (i.e. contain "up to 9 separate state-of-the-art air filtration"):
www.realspiritusa.com/products.htm (owned by the same person as ultra-pureair.com yet he has a completely different address on WHOIS)
www.breathemoreeasily.com/page2.html (private WHOIS)
www.airpurifiersresource.info/stage-air-purifiers/ (account suspended)
Those are necessarily the same exact products though. What I'd do is wait and see if the product is delivered and charged. Watch the card carefully (though most banks watch the card very carefully anyway and will likely notify you before you even notice anything suspicious if it does come to that).
Otherwise, if you're really uneasy, call the company back and cancel the order. They should be willing to work with you if they are legit. If not, do a chargeback or call your bank and anger the seller.
It does appear legit that Ed Beagley did indeed buy one of the models (he has it as a 'best seller' on his site).
Their site (airpodcleaner.com) also links directly to Paypal if you order through their site. I personally would not have given my information over the phone as it just adds one more variable to the process (who is to say the representative you spoke to is 100% trustworthy?). I'd have paid directly through Paypal so it's easier to dispute if something went wrong and if the company was fraud, Paypal would shut them down at the first sign of suspicion.
The other site (ultra-pureair.com) does their orders through mcssl.com. I have not heard of them but the private WHOIS doesn't give me a warm fuzzy feeling. If I were you and felt uneasy, I'd just call the company first and attempt to cancel the order. If they don't abide by it, give a bit of time to see if you actually get the order or file a dispute with Paypal and/or your bank.
The one thing I absolutely don't like about airpodcleaner.com is there are no Terms of Service and ordering information (i.e. when will my order ship, how do I order, those types of questions). While it's sort of intuitive and all handled by Paypal, they should still mention to their customers how transactions are handled, security of the site, general questions like that. It kind of seems a bit shady to me.
That said, the IonicBreeze from Sharper Image is really great. I had bad allergies and with the combination of medicine, allergy shots, and the air purifier, it really did a good job cleaning the air. While it's pricey, I still say it's worth it --
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