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HerbertH
Newbie
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Message 11 of 14

Re: New email login page scam advert - Beware.

This is a vicious scam, which has seen many people robbed, and in some cases left overdrawn. I saw no indication at all that this was a limited time offer, or that there would be a DD set up. Is there a UK address? If there is then the trading standards need to visit urgently. In the meantime 'If it seems too good to be true etc etc' It's the last time I order any special offers again - ever! Better to miss an opportunity than to be rooked.

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Seraph
Contributor
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Message 12 of 14

Re: New email login page scam advert - Beware.

Old news.

 

There are loads of these sites. Technically it is known as "Negative Option Billing".

Took seconds to find one   http://aloeveracleanse.com/

 

N.O.B is outlawed in some parts of the world - notably in Canada. Shame UK government don't do the same.

 

 

gaildavies
Newbie
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Message 13 of 14

Re: New email login page scam advert - Beware.

  I have a brain injury and thought it would be a pick me up to use these products. As such I dont always check my bank statement as I should ... these **bleep** took £850 from my bank account!!!

 

 

Distinguished Expert
Distinguished Expert
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Message 14 of 14

Re: New email login page scam advert - Beware.


@gaildavies wrote:

  I have a brain injury and thought it would be a pick me up to use these products. As such I dont always check my bank statement as I should ... these **bleep** took £850 from my bank account!!!

 

 


There's a few nasty ones at the moment, asking for login details.

The current buzzword or keyword is ALERT.... folowed by "we have blocked access" to this, that or the other.