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"Raspberry Ultra Drops to Help Your Weight Loss" Spam Emails and Fake Websites

"Raspberry Ultra Drops to Help Your Weight Loss" Spam Emails and Fake Websites

A lot of persons have been receiving spam e-mails with links to fake websites created to look like popular news websites Fox News and ABC News. The websites seem to be promoting and selling the weight loss product, "Raspberry Ultra Drops." I do not know much about the product, but I do know that the websites are fakes and DO NOT recommend purchasing anything from them. It seems that "Raspberry Ultra Drops" is in demand and scammers are setting up fake websites claiming to sell the product in order to steal their victims’ credit card and personal information.

Raspberry Ultra Drops to Help Your Weight Drop

I tried searching Google to see if I could find a legitimate website selling "Raspberry Ultra Drops" but, most of them are fakes, or looked suspicious. I recommend finding a popular retailer and purchasing this product from their local or online stores. As a matter of fact, I recommend ONLY purchasing items from popular online stores.

Below are some of the popular fake websites claiming to sell "Raspberry Ultra Drops". There are probably hundreds of other fake websites and a few created everyday, so if you have used your credit card on any of the following websites, please contact your bank and let them know that you have used your credit card unknowingly on a fraudulent website.

  • fx24-nws .com
  • www.primenws .com
  • www.foxstorys .com
  • 12fox-news .com
  • naturalberrys .com
  • 12newsfx .com
  • foxfxnws .com
  • newoclocks .com
  • raspdiets .com
  • 1newstime .com
  • fox-nws .com
  • news24fox .com
  • raspsberry .com
  • bbnmagazine .com
  • foxnws24 .com
  • newsfx12 .com
  • raspslimberry .com
  • berryextra .com
  • fxnews12 .com
  • newsfx24 .com
  • raspsworld .com
  • berryrasps .com
  • fxnws24 .com
  • newsfxs12 .com
  • raspthinberry .com
  • berrythins .com
  • fx-nwstop .com
  • newsviagrow .ru
  • salesraspberry .com
  • bestnewsfx .com
  • fxsclock .com
  • nowslimberry .com
  • seacoast .com
  • bionatura .ca
  • fxsnws12 .com
  • nwscofee .com
  • shopraspberry .com
  • buyberrysdiet .com
  • fxx-news .com
  • nwsfox com
  • silaszone
  • buy-raspberry .com
  • greencoffeediet .ru
  • nwsfox5 .com
  • slimcapsule .com
  • channel6nws .com
  • hcgfataway .com
  • nwsfxs12 .com
  • slimketone .com
  • creativebioscience .com
  • hihealth .com
  • nwshour .com
  • slimraspberry .com
  • diet12news .com
  • hoursfox .com
  • onraspberry .com
  • slimsberrys .com
  • dietberryshop .com
  • iclocknews .com
  • onraspberrys .com
  • slimsfox .com
  • dietsinreview .com
  • i-foxnews .com
  • raspberrybest .com
  • dietsraspberry .com
  • ifxnws24 .com
  • raspberrybuy .ru
  • spyghana .com
  • efoxnws .com
  • i-raspberrys .com
  • raspberryelites .comv
  • store.ultradiethcg .com
  • e-raspberryshop .com
  • justraspberry .com
  • raspberryfresh .com
  • topberrydiet .com
  • extra5news .com
  • ketonethin .com
  • www.grdrops .com
  • raspberryketoneultra .com
  • trimfatrasp .com
  • ezrasp .com
  • limitedberry .com
  • raspberryseller .com
  • trimraspberry .com
  • focsnewss .com
  • livesupporthelp .ru
  • raspberry-slims .com
  • ultradiethcg .com
  • fox5diet .com
  • fox5nws .com
  • lossdietketone .com
  • raspberryultradrops .com
  • ultrasportsnutrition .com
  • berryyourasp .com
  • eonenws .com
  • www.woahdrop .com
  • www.xxnwss .com
  • www.dorasp .com

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  • Posted: Jan 30, 2014 by an anonymous user from: Chandlersville, Ohio, United States

    Well, what I know is that someone hacked into my facebook account and was writing all my friends about this! I do not appreciate it nor will I put up with it. My password has been changed and if it happens again all hell will break lose!

    • Posted: Jan 30, 2014 by info

      You may have unknowingly installed a malicious Facebook application. Click here for instructions to remove applications from your Facebook account.

  • Posted: Jun 10, 2013 by info

    They can use your credit card to make fraudulent purchases or steal your identity.

  • Posted: Jun 8, 2013 by an anonymous user from: Lexington, Massachusetts, United States

    So are they using our personal information or card number for something else?

  • Posted: Feb 22, 2013 by an anonymous user from: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

    I want to buy the rasp berry altra drop online pl.

  • Posted: Feb 22, 2013 by an anonymous user from: West Sacramento, California, United States

    Got this email from an old friend who I have never talked to for years. So this raspberry ultra drops email is fake. Don't buy anything from them!

  • Posted: Feb 21, 2013 by an anonymous user from: Odenton, Maryland, United States

    My mom got this email. She thought it was real and ordered it. The drops have showed up.

  • Posted: Feb 20, 2013 by an anonymous user from: Honeoye Falls, New York, United States

    I just checked on my recent log in activity for my email account and found that someone from India had logged into my account and sent out these spam emails from my address! So definitely change your passwords and update your security for your own sake.

  • Posted: Feb 12, 2013 by info

    The only thing you can do now is to set the e-mail message as Junk or Spam.

  • Posted: Feb 12, 2013 by an anonymous user from: Norcross, Georgia, United States

    2/12/13 - also received such an email from a friend. What measures need to be taken to prevent this from happening again?

  • Posted: Feb 9, 2013 by an anonymous user from: Georgia, United States

    They are still there it happen today (2/9/2013) a email from an friend..saying this is good..fell in the trap..
    Call friend they never sent the email. Raspberry ultra drop.

  • Posted: Jan 31, 2013 by an anonymous user from: Brunswick, Ohio, United States

    My mom had this sent to all her contacts and she doesn't even use that email except for work! If you are a company that is doing this no one is stupid enough to buy your products anyway so just stop.

  • Posted: Jan 27, 2013 by info

    Tell your friend to scan his/her computer for malwares. Try Spybot Search and Destroy. It is also possible that the e-mail was not sent from him/her but, was spoofed. Email spoofing is a technique used to change the "From" address of an email, to make it appear as if it came from someone else.

  • Posted: Jan 27, 2013 by an anonymous user from: Valencia, California, United States

    got sent a spam email from one good friend!

  • Posted: Jan 25, 2013 by an anonymous user from: Kingston, Saint Andrew, Jamaica

    Try Spybot Search and Destroy

  • Posted: Jan 25, 2013 by an anonymous user from: Kingston, Saint Andrew, Jamaica

    Try Avast antivirus

  • Posted: Jan 25, 2013 by an anonymous user from: Kingston, Saint Andrew, Jamaica

    Try ESET antivirus

  • Posted: Jan 25, 2013 by an anonymous user from: Marina Del Rey, California, United States

    I have got spammed about this product almost everyday this week. ANY COMPANY DOING THIS SHOULD BE BOYCOTTED.

  • Posted: Jan 25, 2013 by an anonymous user from: Middle East, Armed Forces Europe, United States

    My computer has been sending out these bogus emailed links for several weeks now. I have tried Lavasoft Ad-Aware, Super AntiSpyware, McAffee Total Protection and the latest Windows Defender. Nothing has located or stopped this sucker. If anyone knows of a product or method that will get rid of this, I would very much appreciate hearing about it.

  • Posted: Jan 15, 2013 by an anonymous user from: Houston, Texas, United States

    I checked an email address that I rarely use. Apparently an email was sent out to all of my contacts a link to for this Raspberry Ultra stuff. Most of my unread email in that account was Delivery Failure for this. Fortunately, most of those contacts are disable accounts. The link were definitely suspicious.

  • Posted: Jan 14, 2013 by info

    Currently, it is impossible to stop persons from sending you spam e-mails. As one spam server it taken down, another replaces it.

  • Posted: Jan 13, 2013 by an anonymous user from: Lakeland, Florida, United States

    How do you stop them using your email?