Online fraud is real! Don’t get cheated: moliesa.com is a fraud!
I wanted to buy a shaver online. So, like I’ve done a thousand times before, I did a Google search.
And there it was: just what I was looking for, at a good price and free shipping!
So I clicked on it, and got this:
Looks great, right? There was even an address, and it was for a Florida area Walgreens. Surely, that must be legit!
So entered my information and placed the order. Guess what?
I got scammed!
After I placed the order, I got curious, so I Googled the Walgreens shop, called and asked them about the timing and etc. They knew all about Moliesa.com, and they told me they were not associated with that website. They advised me it was online fraud and there was nothing they could do to stop them.
Crap. So now what? Of course, I immediately called my credit card company and reported the fraud. At first, they claimed there was nothing they could do until the pending charge posted on my account. Here it still is, Meliesa.com uses beardder.com to process their fraudulent charges. And, of course, I had to cancel that credit card and request a replacement. It will take days to arrive!
After I insisted multiple times, the credit card representative finally agreed to report the transaction to their fraud department. I have yet to hear back from them.
Who is beardder.com?
I don’t know, but this is their beardder.com’s contact information. Do those email addresses look legitimate to you?
- 60 east 65th Street
- New York City, USA
- NQ 110256, San Fransisco
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