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"www.travelrepiblic.co.uk" - Fraudulent Shoe Selling Website

The website: "www.travelrepiblic.co.uk," is a fake shoe selling website. The fake and fraudulent website, disguised as an e-commerce website selling shoes for men, women and children, was created by cyber-criminals to steal their victims' credit card and personal information, which they (cyber-criminals) will use fraudulently. Please do not be fooled by the fake "Hacker Safe" or "VeriSign Secured" logos on the website, if there are any. The fake logos were put there by the cyber-criminals who have created the website, to help convince potential victims that the fake website is legitimate.
"www.travelrepiblic.co.uk" - Fraudulent Shoe Selling Website
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"www.travelrepiblic.co.uk" - Fraudulent Shoe Selling Website


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"www.travelrepiblic.co.uk" - Fraudulent Shoe Selling Website

The website: "www.travelrepiblic.co.uk," is a fake shoe selling website. The fake and fraudulent website, disguised as an e-commerce website selling shoes for men, women and children, was created by cyber-criminals to steal their victims' credit card and personal information, which they (cyber-criminals) will use fraudulently. Please do not be fooled by the fake "Hacker Safe" or "VeriSign Secured" logos on the website, if there are any. The fake logos were put there by the cyber-criminals who have created the website, to help convince potential victims that the fake website is legitimate.

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The Fraudulent Website: “www.travelrepiblic.co.uk”

www.travelrepiblic.co.uk

Also, the website (travelrepiblic.co.uk) doesn’t provide a secure connection (SSL) that is required by all e-commerce websites, to protect customers' sensitive information, like personal and credit card information.

Persons who have already made purchases on the fake and fraudulent website, should contact their banks or payment processors. They should let their banks or payment processors know that they unknowingly used their credit cards or made purchases on a fake and fraudulent website.

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