Depends on which part. Absurdly expensive shit, redundant products, and price jumps when you enter something in a text field might raise questions. But as far as I can tell, that's about all these people have found. From there, it seems they're working backwards from a conclusion they've already arrived at.
The unfortunate-looking pictures everyone's pulling up by plugging in stock keeping unit numbers on the Russian search engine seem suspicious. But it's only grabbing those results based on the text from that Tom Hanks instagram photo that everyone's adding to the SKUs. This seems to be because three of the letters from the Hanks post in that particular search engine are grabbing photos from shady sites that would otherwise be filtered out on other search engines. If you change the SKUs or just type in any random alphnumeric with those three letters, people are getting similar results. So those results almost certainly have nothing to do with Wayfair.
The connections people are drawing between product names and specific missing children are also tenuous. It seems all they're doing is connecting any single name on an expensive product and then searching for a missing child whose first or last name matches it. The problem here is the unfortunate fact that there are so many missing children that it means you can do this with pretty much any name on a product, meaning the process of these amateur sleuths is proving nothing. 40,000 children went missing in Canada alone last year, the large majority of which are categorized on the government's website as being runaways or for unknown reasons. That number becomes enormous when you consider the numbers everywhere every year. These people pointing to specific missing children is them cherrypicking from an unfortunately massive sample and trying to make the fit their narrative. And considering the real people behind those children they're singling out, the parents who could be traumatized by seeing their son or daughter dragged into this paranoid fever dream, what they're doing is incredibly tasteless and irresponsible and flies in the face of the good they think they're doing. But once again, certainly nothing to do with Wayfair.
To put a bow on the last two paragraphs, if I'm ordering a specific trafficked child then why does the Russian search engine yield so many different results? And why can nobody connect the specific missing children with anything on the Russian site? If these people would stop breathlessly seeing elite pedos around every corner and think this through, what they're suggesting doesn't really make a lot of sense or prove anything.
Some people seem to think they see things in company logos that signal trafficking of some kind, but it's also tenuous. I'll engage with that if they can show me more interesting proof than straight-up big-brained Pizzagate nonsense.
So, what's to be gained from having this trafficking operation so out in the open? No clue. Maybe we can tie satanic panic into this and assume it has to do with lesser magic. Fuck if I know.
What does Tom Hanks have to do with this? No fucking clue. And I spent way too much time yesterday trying to unpack it. The spray paint on the road he photographed could mean any number of things related to utilities or some other infrastructure purpose. I'm not seeing anything there that really makes sense of Tom's place as one of Q's big villains.
Anyway, throw some tenuous connections to Soros and the Clintons on top because those always offer definitive proof of wrongdoing in these circles. Don't think about it too hard.
Sorry for going into all of that. But I'm not a fan of how uncritically so many people eat this stuff up. It's dangerous for so many people to be living in complete alternate realities, some compelled to take dramatic (and even violent) action against their perceived villains. And this weak Soros-is-Palpatine LARPing does nothing to help the cause of actually fighting sex trafficking, which they purport to be staunchly against.
But yeah, there's definitely some overpriced junk on Wayfair. Some of it's probably just placeholder listings. I'll give 'em that.