Beware of Fraudulent Websites Claiming To Sell Garcinia Cambogia
July 8, 2014
January 14, 2013
The website: 'rldailynews.com,' is fraudulent, claiming to sell the product "Garcinia Cambogia". Do not be fooled by the "CNN", "CBS", "BBC" and "MSNBC" logos that the scammers have placed on the website. The Facebook "likes" are false and, if you click on the Facebook "Like" button or any other links, you will be taken another fraudulent website 'www.authenticgarciniacambogia.net', to order the product.
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The Fraudulent Website: www.rldailynews.com
The Fraudulent Website: www.authenticgarciniacambogia.net:
If you try to place an order (DO NOT) on these websites, you will be redirected the malicious website: www.drstation.com.
If you end up on any of these websites, please DO NOT submit your credit card and personal information. Do not try to place an order.
These websites are set up to steal your credit card and personal information. There maybe other websites on the internet claiming to sell the same product so, always ensure that you order products from popular online websites only.
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