Untrustworthy Websites - "smartmoneytime.com" and "mobi2.mobijo .tv"
Sep 9, 2015
The websites: "smartmoneytime.com" and "mobi2.mobijo .tv," are untrustworthy. The websites will trick their potential victims, who think they are taking part in free promotions, into subscribing for telephone subscription services that will cost them £4.50 per week, by claiming that they can win vouchers and other prizes.
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The website: "smartmoneytime.com," currently has an alleged “£500 Tesco Voucher” promotion that is being used to trick potential victims into visiting the website: “mobi2.mobijo .tv” and paying £4.50 per week, for a chance to take part in the so-call promotion.
The £500 Tesco Voucher Promotion
You have a chance to win a £500 Voucher to TESCO!
You Could Win a £500 Voucher to TESCO!
There's a £500 Voucher to TESCO waiting to be won!
Once the potential victims follow the instructions on the website: www.smartmoneytime.com, they will be taken to the website: mobi2.mobijo .tv, which will ask them to enter their telephone numbers. Once they have done so, they would have already given “mobi2.mobijo .tv” permission to charge £4.50 per week for a Mobijo subscription. This is because most victims are so anxious to win the prizes, they do not stop to read the disclaimer that is in fine print.
The Mobijo’s Disclaimer
Join Mobijo subscription for £4.50 per week.
To end subscription send stop to 64506. Draw closes last day of each month. +18 yrs
Mobijo competition subscription service, cost £4.50 per week until you send STOP to 64506. 18+ yrs or bill payers permission, standard operator SMS charges apply. For help call 01223590574 or email help@mobijo .tv. Participate
So, be careful of websites that claim you can win prizes, and want you to submit your telephone; because this is how some untrustworthy websites legally trick their victims into signing up for paid telephone subscription services. And most of the time, victims will not realize that they are being charged until they have received their telephone bills.
Now, if you were tricked into signing up for the paid telephone services on “mobi2.mobijo .tv”, please contact your mobile or telephone service provider, and let them know that you were tricked into subscribing for the Mobijo subscription.
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