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Phishing Websites Claiming To Sell HCG Ultra Drops to Help Your Weight

2012-10-30T12:50:18  +
Phishing Websites Claiming To Sell HCG Ultra Drops to Help Your Weight

I have found a few websites that are impersonating FoxNews.com (fake news websites) and which appear to be phishing websites. The websites are designed with the FoxNews.com logos, menu bars and are promoting the weight loss product "HCG Ultra Drops". When I clicked the links Entertainment, SciTech and Travel on the same website, I was taken to this website hcgdrops-web.com which appears to promote and sell the same weight loss product. Then again, if you click any of the links you will be taken to the same website.

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Here are the websites:

foxnews.com.happyhcgultracustomers.new.cbsn24.com
new-article24.com
cnb-news.com
online-article24.com
cbns24.com


I DO NOT recommend ordering anything from these websites. The website names may change, so if you visit any website that looks like the ones below, I do not recommend ordering anything from those same websites.

HCG Ultra Drops to Help Your Weight

HCG Ultra Drops to Help Your Weight

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  • Posted: 2012-09-08T10:20:43 by an anonymous user from or near: Lewisville, Texas, United States

    I fell for the scam because the link came from my dad's email, and we have family members who have used the "real" HCG drops. They withdrew 70.00, sent the product, but the product label looks blurry and fake. There are no ingredients listed anywhere, and it has a strange claim to not use lipstick, eyebrow pencil, or powder with the product. After decidinding I was going to return it, I found all the scam reports. I had to close out my debit card, file a fraud claim with my bank. My bank will investigate, and if they find it to be true, they will reverse charges. UGH!! What a pain. Thank you for alerting others!! Don't fall for it!!!

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  • Posted: 2012-08-23T06:35:56 by info

    If you are getting these emails, set them as Junk/Spam so they can be filtered and placed in your Junk/Spam folder.

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  • Posted: 2012-08-05T19:05:33 by an anonymous user from or near: Houston, Texas, United States

    I've been getting emails with links to this scam...but they are from people I DO NOT KNOW??

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  • Posted: 2012-07-30T15:45:35 by an anonymous user from or near: Portmore, Saint Catherine, Jamaica

    Currently, there are no real fix to this problem. We can only educate persons, submit these malicious websites to the FBI and police.

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  • Posted: 2012-07-30T14:11:47 by an anonymous user from or near: Burlington, North Carolina, United States

    So how do you fix the problem? Frank

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  • Posted: 2012-07-22T23:45:43 by an anonymous user from or near: Short Hills, New Jersey, United States

    my wife got an email sent to her which looked like it came from one of her friends (the scamers apparently hijacked her friends aol address book and sent emails out to all her friends). the email contained a link to what appeared to be the fox news website with logos, etc. one of the "news reports" was a fantastic new weight loss product and the website took her to the product website and she ordered the product. next day she was unable to use her atm card. bank had put a hold on it.

    then all of my wife's address book on aol got emails which appeared to be from my wife with the same link.

    several days later I got one from a friend of mine. apparently they got his address when he received an inquiry through a craigs list email forwarding tool and answered from his own tool.

    i sent an email to fox news to alert them that there name was used but received no response. apparently they only want to report on phishing scams that are unrelated to their website

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  • Posted: 2012-07-18T20:28:29 by an anonymous user from or near: Spring, Texas, United States

    i ordered from this site. 40 minutes later i got a call from my bank that 3 two hundred plus charges were attempted in china. then after that got fixed, i got a follow up email with 2 words spelled wrong!!! obvious fake!!

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  • Posted: 2012-07-14T13:41:52 by info

    The website will not load a virus or malware. The website is classified as a Phishing website, which are setup like legit websites to steal credit card information or personal information, by tricking their victims.

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  • Posted: 2012-07-12T12:19:11 by an anonymous user

    Also, remember that Phishing websites, that are websites that behave like legit ones, can steal your credit card and other personal information.

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  • Posted: 2012-07-12T12:09:44 by an anonymous user

    When I clicked on the "HCG Ultra Drops" links (the links from the fake news website), my anti-virus didnt detect anything malicious, but you still need to be carefull. Ask yourself why the websites (fake news websites) contain a link to that website.

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  • Posted: 2012-07-12T12:00:45 by an anonymous user

    does the HCG Ultra Drops link contain a virus? If you click on the link to view the web page, does it load a virus or malware onto the computer?

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