[email protected] Scam – Inflatable Water Slide Fraud

Are you thinking of shopping from an online store that uses [email protected]? Don’t! It is a fraud online store that poses as a Swingit or Banzai store. Read this review to find out how this scam works.

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 posing as Swingit or Banzai stores. 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 ( Swingit playsets, Water parks, Inflatable bouncers, etc.)
  • 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.
  • Sends you fake tracking number
  • Charges you twice for a single order

According to reports seen online, this scam email is used by the following stores-

See Trusted Swing sets sellers on Amazon –

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.

24 comments

  1. The following website is offering high end laptops for only $91.00 using that same email address.
    Takes you to…
    mamooe.com

  2. On July 15,2021 I purchased a 65″ Tv on the internet from Best Buy (Not the legit Best Buy) and the money was deducted from my account by Pay Pal. I have not heard from nor received the TV from them as of July 23, 2021. Sounds like this is a scam.

    1. I did the same thing in I haven’t got my TV yet so I am going to my bank Monday in see can they get my my money back

  3. They are advertising on Facebook $98 stand up paddleboards on a website called Havaneo.com. My son got conned by this using my PayPal account. I reported them to Shopify . Obviously they don’t do background checks.

  4. They got me for $99.00 using Wayfair. I purchased an outside table and chair set. The site called it a flash sale and would only allow a one time purchase. I’m so upset! Then they sent me a Best Buy one with TVs for $98.00… or $99.00. Thank God I didn’t fall for it again. Something needs to be done about it. The email for the TV is [email protected].

  5. says they are Isle SUP boards but send you to potteeon.com. I was excited and only realized the problem when I couldn’t enter any payment info. Not sure if its already been alerted to the powers that be. But I couldn’t purchase the paddle boards I have been wanting forever.

  6. They’re selling furniture & electronics from deletaude.com. I thought something was fishy when I couldn’t find any reviews…

  7. I was stupid and did not do my homework and purchased $158 from deletaude.com, I have since filed a complaint through PayPal and they are denying my claim. The shipper claims my items were delivered this past week. USPS does not deliver items that weigh over 70 lbs. I am fighting like mad to get my money back and no one will help. I learned my lesson. $158 gone!

  8. They are scamming people saying they are associated with Walmart, selling 65″ and larger Samsung tvs for $99.00
    Site is peekazo.com

    Whats wrong with fb! Will not buy anything advertised on fb now.

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