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Fake Scamming Raspberry Ultra Drops Website www.DrDropping.com

Date: May 07, 2013 11:20 PM - Views: 5,336 - Article ID:4953 - Comments: 3
Fake Scamming Raspberry Ultra Drops Website www.DrDropping.com

The website www.DrDropping.com is one of the hundreds of fake websites impersonating Fox news website claiming to sell the weight loss product "Raspberry Ultra Drops". The link to this website is posted on Facebook and other social networking websites with the message below, in an attempt to trick persons into visiting the website. Once the victims enter their credit card information on the checkout page of this website, it will be sent to the scammers behind these websites.

This is the message that is posted on social networking websites

This is the best month ever , I lost tenn ppouunndds soo fassstt using these drops I saw on TV :D Im proof this works! I got them from this site, Type in without spaces ----> www.DrDropping.com

The scammers behind this fake website keep creating new website or domain names, but the scam remains the same. Sharing, commenting or "liking" this post helps spread these scams on Facebook and other social networking websites.

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Comments or Questions (3)

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  • Anonymous: 10 months, 3 weeks ago

    this is annoying me - tell people it's fake because some ppl don't believe it.


  • Anonymous: 11 months, 4 weeks ago

    omg this was the comment on my sisters facebook!!


  • Anonymous: May 8, 2013

    This scam left my friend broke they took all of his money and won't give the 1,534 dollars back wtf


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