Beware of online stores using [email protected] as its email address, it is a scam! Hundreds of online shoppers have reported being scammed by online stores connected to the email address. Read this detailed review of how the scam works, and how to avoid being a victim.
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-
- Lure you with cheap prices of items
- Fails to provide an address or a contact number
- Fails to 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.
- Does not send your order even after many weeks/months
So far, the following online stores have been reported –
And many others.
In most cases, these dubious websites pretend to be Lowes online store. They offer clearance sale of almost 80% off storage sheds. Don’t be deceived! It’s all a scam.
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.
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