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Beware of www.muvflix.com - It is a Fraudulent Website

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Beware of www.muvflix.com - It is a Fraudulent Website

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The website "www.muvflix.com" is another fraudulent website. The website, which claims members can watch movies online anywhere from any device, is similar to the fraudulent websites: www.geeker.com, lilplay.com, and tzarmedia.com. Online users who have used their credit cards on the fraudulent website, run the risk of their cards being fraudulently charged for undetermined amounts, even when they have canceled their subscriptions. Therefore, do not even think about contacting their customer support or service.

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The Fraudulent Website - www.muvflix.com

www.muvflix.com

I have tried the website and it keeps charging my credit card, even though I have canceled my subscription before the trial period ended. And, the website doesn't have some movies it has advertised. I think this is another trick used to lure potential victims to the website.

Online users who have already subscribed to services on www.muvflix.com are asked to contact their credit card company or bank for help to prevent the fraudulent website from fraudulently charging their credit cards, or refund their money if their cards were already charged.

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  • Jan 20, 2019 at 4:53 PM by an anonymous user from Oslo, Norway

    I was also charged 429,- Norwegian kroner,or about $50.76 US dollars long before the trial-period had even ended. This was back in june of 2017.I tried to call them,to no avai..And then I e-mailed them;also to no avail..

    I haven't even gotten as much as a peep from them.I wonder what it would take to actually get some were with the law on this.

    CIt seems to me that scammers and other criminals working the web-see it as a free port-a safe haven to commit their so called felonies in.I understand that the police both locally,nationally,
    and internationally are seriously
    understaffed,and therefore in no
    good position to investigate any other than the most seriously big
    and baddest of cases...! I anyhow have fantasized a while about how I would work to solve this giant problem.And first of all it will involve AI technology & software.

    I see before me,very near in the future-a swarm of internet online
    AI centurions,equipped with the latest in AI software,together with the full knowledge of global and of national and international law,fully versed in correct codes of manner,but also with the law-upholding authority of a real and full officer of the law.Searching
    the web in optimal patterns 24/7-
    non-stop in the tens of thousands or more.

    Looking for crimes online
    and behaving like a regular Jon D
    -with fifth columnist software to
    pa** inside a suspicious network,
    it's turncoat program alarmes the
    main part of any finds it detects
    along the way,and if the program
    concludes that a scam etc. is in
    progress,or is managed from the targeted online address,then the
    AI-centurion is pre-programmed to
    flash his authority credentials,
    and has by right of law a mandate
    that grants it the power and the authority to close any SO deemed site online.

    The bots all have an IQ well above 250,and does not do mistakes,but in any case,hotlines are available to any person thus holding a complaint against a bot having closed their website etc.
    There they could then talk to a real person.This is the way I see
    these scoundrels getting caught a
    day very soon to come,I hope! The
    best from Mr. ZarsJ... (48)Norway

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  • Jan 4, 2019 at 12:30 PM by an anonymous user from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

    They claim you have a free 10 day free trail and they will not charge your credit card but they charged me before I even got to try the free period. They are a scam. Do not give any credit info!

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  • Oct 2, 2017 at 6:06 PM by an anonymous user from Santo Domingo, Nacional, Dominican Republic

    My film about Cuban emigration, and the return to Cuba, MANJUARI, was being sold by GEEKER.COM, which I think is the same as Muvflix.com.I reacted to youtube, and they get it out of their system, now muvflix is selling it again, but not inside of youtube.
    Can I process legally, MUVFLIX? Please publish this info.

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    • Oct 2, 2017 at 6:18 PM by info

      The scammers are operating in cyberspace which makes it hard to locate and arrest them. But, Geeker is currently using Amazon Web Service, therefore, contact Amazon.com and report the fraudulent website to them. They may shut it down if they get enough complaints.

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  • Jul 24, 2017 at 3:20 AM by an anonymous user from Lower Hutt, Wellington, New Zealand

    We are having similar problems with being charged money for a service we didn't ask for. Told bank about fraudulent withdrawal by muvflix.com hopefully stopping any transactions.

    Steven

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  • Jun 21, 2017 at 11:38 AM by an anonymous user from Toronto, Ontario, Canada

    I emailed them and they didn't respond either. The other thing is calling the credit card company to stop the payments and try to reverse.

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  • Jun 15, 2017 at 3:59 AM by info

    Received via email:

    "Good day

    I wish to warn unsuspecting internet users that muvflix.com is an absolute scam. They have tricked me into signing up and then charged my credit card before the 5-day trial expired. I have tried to contact their support email but without any success.

    The site such as these ones should be shut down.

    Marietjie"

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  • Jun 14, 2017 at 11:18 AM by info

    Received via email:

    -- start of message --
    Hi

    It is over a month now since I sent this enquiry, and since then ANOTHER transaction has been taken off my account without my authorisation.
    What kind of a scam company are you?

    Please, can someone send me an answer URGENTLY!

    Your "NO COMMITMENTS" guarantee is a LIE! I have never even signed up for your service.

    -- message --
    From: Nicola
    Sent: 16 May 2017 03:16 PM
    To: 'support@muvflix.com' <support@muvflix.com>
    Cc: 'abuse@godaddy.com' <abuse@godaddy.com>; 'muvflix.com@domainsbyproxy.com' <muvflix.com@domainsbyproxy.com>
    Subject: RE: INCORRECT BILLING - EXTREMELY URGENT

    Hi

    I have still not had a response – this is EXTREMELY URGENT and I need this resolved urgently.

    Thank you

    -- message --
    "From: Nicola
    Sent: 09 May 2017 07:49 AM
    To: support@muvflix.com
    Subject: INCORRECT BILLING - EXTREMELY URGENT
    Importance: High

    Hi

    I have not signed up for your service, nor used it, and have certainly not given approval for R701.57 to be taken off my bank account!

    Please reverse these transactions
    IMMEDIATELY"
    -- end of message --

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  • Jun 11, 2017 at 12:29 AM by an anonymous user from Central, Central and Western District, Hong Kong

    Somehow, the site I subscribed by seeing them live streaming some show, through free signing up. But after subscription, I immediately realized that this is a HOAX! So, promptly I canceled my subscription and the same was accepted by this host. But just yesterday, I got a message alert from my bank saying that they have deducted USD 49.99 from my card. I am trying to communicate with them through their site but muvflix.com but the same appears to have some problem. Please help me.

    DIPANKAR.

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    • Jun 12, 2017 at 8:15 AM by an anonymous user from Sligo, Connaught, Ireland

      I had a similar experience today and contacted my bank and asked to stop transactions; don't know how its gonna work.

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