[email protected] is an email address used by fake Lowes online store claiming to sell cheap storage sheds. Presently, hundreds of online shoppers have reported being scammed by online stores connected to the email address. Curious? Find out how the scam works, and how to avoid being a victim.
The Truth About Stores Using [email protected]
This chain of fraudulent online stores using the email address operate this way-
- Pretend to be a Lowes online store
- Lure you with cheap prices of storage sheds/cottages
- Debits you for the transaction but fails to send a confirmation email
- 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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