Biotrust $3,250 Invoice Email – Is It a Scam? Find Out!

Did you receive an invoice from BioTrust that says “Dear client, Here’s your invoice! We appreciate your prompt payment? Were you really charged $3,250 or was BioTrust Company hacked? Read this review to find out what our scam analyst has to say.

With online scams springing, we’ve taken the responsibility of reviewing products, stores, texts, etc. in order to save you from making the wrong decision.

We hope this review meets you well, and on time.

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About BioTrust

BioTrust is a health supplement company that has been existing for a long time. This company has a variety of health products like Vitamins, Collagens, Ageless glow, Metabogreens, etc. which you must have bought in the past.

Unfortunately as of 14th September 2021, lots of past customers complained of receiving an Invoice of $3,250 from the company via email. This has left many people scared and bothered. Has that amount been debited from their credit card without their notice?

Biotrust Scam

When we contacted the company we were told it was a mistake. However, when we pressed further they revealed it was possible it was from one of their affiliates. They also stated that they’re investigating the matter.

We can’t exactly say if it is an insider job or if the invoice was sent from external people. However, what is obvious is that anyone who’ve bought a Biotrust supplement would likely receive the mail.

So, what do you do if you’ve received the invoice email? Kindly disregard as no action is needed from you.

See similar bank charge scam here. Meanwhile share this article with your friends and family to keep them abreast of the situation!

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Wendy
Wendy
Wendy is a fraud fighter whose contents mainly target online scams. Her investigations have appeared on Itisreviewed,and elsewhere. She spends her free time reading novels, binging on Netflix, and listening to hip-hop.

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