Tool scams = Credit Card Phishing = #electronics_scams

Quite a few people asked on my website and our Facebook page on feedback on websites like http://maintainedplaza.com, http://postedsale.com, http://filledsale.com – do they look similar to you? Prices are low, too low to be believable. No contact, no address.

They all look more or less like this one:

Typical tool scam website.
Typical tool scam website.

Aim is purely to get your credit card details. In case you did enter your card details, I suggest you monitor your credit card bill very closely.

I guess there are a few 1000 very similar websites in that design, all the same gang. Here are a few more that I could find on google within one Minute:

http://blackter.com
http://hotcshops.com
http://voyageestore.com
http://agencoll.com
http://blessstroe.com
http://storagstore.com
http://blackter.com
http://longevitty.com
http://likenes.com
http://lavendeshop.com
http://continuestore.com

2 thoughts on “Tool scams = Credit Card Phishing = #electronics_scams”

    • Western Union is not for shopping. Their websites has very clear warnings about that, for years. So when a website ask to use Western Union, walk away.

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