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.

42 comments

  1. Yes it is cheating. This email runs in different shops so always pay attention to the imprint !!! I have already activated my credit card institute and I hope that I will get my money back.

  2. dearmamaa.com is using the same address, possibly collecting pictures from online platforms, a wild mix of English, German and Spanish wording.

    1. I used this website, xarrbltd last week and I think I was scammed 100.00. I cannot even find this website anymore and there is no tracking information sent on the email receipt.

  3. Aspetto da due mesi la consegna di un attrezzo per sminuzzare la legna. Il sito dove ho acquistato è sparito due giorni dopo il mio ordine (www.egroupb.com). Da allora c’è stato un fitto scambio di email con questa suzanne che risponde sempre in tono dolce e cordiale ma inconcludente. Mi ha fornito un link per il tracking ma il pacco continua a non arrivare. Io faccio domande precise e lei risponde aleatoria. Ho letto in vari blog che rilevano i cookies quando si naviga slls ricerca di un articolo e creano un sito ad hoc proponendo proprio quell’articolo a minor costo ma è una truffa!!!

    • Todas las páginas web relacionadas con este correo son un fraude. Voy a detallar mi experiencia para que no le pase a nadie mas.Compré a través de una páina llamada ytastymat en el mes de agosto.Yo suelo ser muy cuidadosa y miré si había reseñas de fraude.No encontré nada al respecto.Me hizo sospechar que no tendrían paypal que es como realizo los pagos habitualmente.Pagué con una tarjeta prepago que tengo para las compras de internet que voy recargando según compro.El material que compré eran artículos de manualidades diversos a muy buen precio aunque no había una diferencia considerable con otras páginas como eran muchos ,la diferencia total si lo era.Me gasté 95 euros que no voy a volver a ver.Tras pasarme meses con emails para alli y para acá me llegó un paquete de una cadena con una caja de cartier, que vale mas la caja que la cadena.Volví a escribirles para reclamar el error,incauta de mí pensaba que me lo solucionarían.Esta semana ya ni contestaban a mis correos y hoy ya me los devuelve diciendo que no existe la dirección.VAMOS, QUE ME HAN TIMADO.Mucho cuidado a todos y que no vuelvan a estafar a nadie.
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