Fraudulent Websites - "halo-boutique.com" and "haloboutique.co.nz"

Fraudulent Websites - "halo-boutique.com" and "haloboutique.co.nz"

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The websites: "www.halo-boutique.com" and "www.haloboutique.co.nz," are fake e-commerce online clothing websites. The fake and fraudulent websites, which go by the name: "Halo Boutique," were recently created by cyber-criminals to trick their victims into paying for products that they will never receive. We have receive hundreds of complaints from victims of the fraudulent websites, who want to make sure no one else gets scammed by them. It is important to remember that during the shopping seasons, hundreds of fake e-commerce online websites will be created by scammers, to trick their potential victims into making payment for goods they will never receive. That is why, it is important to, shop at popular websites or research website before attempting to purchase anything from it.

The Fraudulent Websites: "halo-boutique.com" and "haloboutique.co.nz"

 halo-boutique.com and haloboutique.co.nz

Also, the websites ("halo-boutique.com" and "haloboutique.co.nz") don’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.

The websites: "www.halo-boutique.com" and "www.haloboutique.co.nz," are similar to the following:

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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Fraudulent Websites - "halo-boutique.com" and "haloboutique.co.nz"