Scam Alert

[email protected] Scam- Beware!

Are you thinking of shopping from an online store that uses [email protected] as its email? You shouldn’t do so before reading this review.

With online scams springing up every day, we have taken the responsibility of reviewing products, stores, websites e.t.c in order to save you from making wrong decisions.

Our Review of this Ecommerce serves as an eyeopener. We hope it meets you well, and on time.

The Truth About Stores Using [email protected]

[email protected] is an email address that is being used by a lot of online stores recently. When you copy the email address and paste it on your phone’s browser, you would see a lot of warning against any site using the email address.

This is because there is currently a chain of fraudulent online stores using that email address, and they operate this way-

  • Lures you with cheap prices of items
  • Does not provide an address or a contact number
  • Does not secure its website with SSL certificate. So your credit card info is liable to being hacked.
  • Provides fake social media icons that do not lead to any social media page.

What To Do If You Have Been Scammed Online

If you have been scammed by these lots, we advise you to immediately file a report with your bank. This would stop these lots from tampering with your account details in the future.

Have you also come across a site using the email address? Please leave a name of the site in the comments section so we can look into it.

8 comments

  1. https://www.iluxberi.com/

    Found some great price sneeze guards that I’ve been trying to get so I can set up a safe local cake stall. Prices inflated everywhere due to Covid, so these looked attractive. Glad I found this before ordering.

  2. https://www.hohfonline.com/ , I had a weird feeling about this site from the moment I got there. But they claim to have an article I am badly looking for. Made an account on the site, but haven’t ordered anything. After reading this, I won’t order.

  3. Yeewtuden.com is advertising rare collectibles at lower than normal prices, and has this email at the bottom of the page. Beware! I’m glad I looked it up as I’ve seen sketchy phishing sites like this before.

  4. I fell for it. I have already found two websites (www.xjfsegha.com & http://www.eduxceedi.com) both with 2020 copyright dates, and made a purchase. Once you enter everything, nothing happens. Payment does not seem to go through, so I hit the payment 3x total. I contacted my bank about it possibly being blocked — but they said no orders came in. Then I realize, they got me once I searched it item number and found a few sites had the same email address. I will say this, I am monitoring my C but what I am getting is multiple calls. The next day, I got 10 spam call on the phone number I added (normally I get one every 3 days) and after a week they are still coming in at 4-8 a day. Some are bot voice activated calls I never got before (Hospital collections), call while others are just checking if the number is accurate (call, and nobody on the other line). Definite Fraud!

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