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Scam - usarewardspot is a Fraudulent Survey Website

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Scam - usarewardspot is a Fraudulent Survey Website

The website usarewardspot.com is a scam. The fraudulent website tricks potential victims into completing surveys by claiming they can receive an Apple iPhone, $1000 Walmart gift card, or $1000 Visa gift card, and other gifts. But, the website will continuously ask visitors to complete surveys and redirect them to other fraudulent websites where they will be asked to submit their credit card information. This is how online scammers or cybercriminals steal or collect their potential victims' personal and financial information and use it to scam them.

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Therefore, online users are asked not to visit www.usarewardspot or complete their surveys.

A Scam Received from usarewardspot.com

"Now just take our survey and follow instructions to get your $1000 Walmart Gift Card!"

"We have already reserved your New iPhone 7 Plus, but you MUST complete 1 DEAL on this page!"

Online users who have already been tricked by the fraudulent surveys from usarewardspot.com into giving out their credit card information, should let their banks know that they unknowingly submitted their credit card information on a fraudulent website. This should be done immediately before the cybercriminals start charging the cards.

Also, the same online users should check their credit card statements for fraudulent transactions and report them to their banks.

For online users who only submitted their personal information, they are asked to be careful going forward because the scammers will contact them and attempt to scam using the information they have submitted. So, do not be tricked by online scammers who claim they are legitimate because they are able to tell where you live, what your name is and so forth. Because all that information was phished from you.

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  • Posted: Dec 10, 2018 at 12:45 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Houston, Texas, United States

    Why can't it be stopped? I don't care what country these jerks are in, if the crime is committed on US soil (the victim may be in US) why is it not considered a criminal act or terrorism because they are literally terrorizing people into total distrust of everything and everyone?

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  • Posted: Dec 10, 2018 at 12:38 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Houston, Texas, United States

    Why can't anyone shut this site down if it is a known scam?

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  • Posted: Dec 6, 2018 at 6:00 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Winter Springs, Florida, United States

    For all of you people that continue to get scammed in 2018, GET OFF THE INTERNET. Good grief

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  • Posted: Nov 30, 2018 at 2:06 PM by an anonymous user from or near: St Louis, Missouri, United States

    Yes... I wish I had known about this. I am now commited to buying 4 bags of Amora Coffee at $8.95 per bag. I didn't need the coffee, but it was the most appealing of the offers to me.

    I completed the deal and received the message "You haven't completed your deal yet." So, now I am wondering if I will be billed as stated in the coffee company's Terms and Conditions. See following excerpt: I tried to copy and paste the excerpt, but somehow the wording was covered with scrambled letters over it.

    "Click the "Process Order" button below to receive your FREE half-pound bag of Amora Coffee. Pay just $1.00 for packing and Priority Mail ®. If you wish to continue getting home deliveries, do nothing. Starting in about two weeks, and every month thereafter, you will receive a fresh batch of four half-pound bags in the blend you selected, at the regular price of $14.95 per bag plus $8.95 per delivery for packing and Priority Mail ® (Total $68.75), billed to the credit card you provided. There is never an obligation to purchase additional coffee and you always have complete freedom to change your coffee selections or shipping frequency and of course you can cancel anytime simply by visiting AmoraCoffee.com."


    So if you're looking to do this, not only is USAREWARDSSPOT.COM a scam, but the coffe company may be, too.

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  • Posted: Nov 14, 2018 at 5:05 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Norcross, Georgia, United States

    ok so this scam really got me okay... it popped up while I was chatting with a friend on discord addressing themselves as my internet provider "Mediacom." saying that they were going to give me a 1000 buck walmart giftcard.

    Ive encountered scams before but none of them knew anything about me before hand so I figured It might be legit...so I filled out all of the crap and gave away my address, phone number, and email I then took the survey and got to the screen that said "complete one of these tasks to claim your reward!"

    The options I had were credit score websites, which I wasn't going to do just incase it was a scam. the last option they gave was "get the third village in 'coin master' to claim your prize" and seeing as all I needed to do was play a dumb game I figured it would be the safest option.

    so I downloaded the app and was playing it. I later found out that it was a scam.

    aside from my name, address, email, and phone number being compromised, should I be concerned about my internet? or them getting credit card info from the play store indirectly? what should I do?

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    • Posted: Nov 14, 2018 at 5:48 PM by info

      No, just remove the app.

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  • Posted: Sep 18, 2018 at 6:04 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Sherman, Texas, United States

    But how do you stop it?!

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  • Posted: Sep 8, 2018 at 2:41 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Garden Grove, California, United States

    just one hour ago, I went to shopping in Amazon and got a message said that I won a $1000 Amazon gift card.

    I did the survey and filled out some personal information and a credit card number, but not financial or bank account yet.

    Then I stop for few minutes and I got a text message from Rewards4U MSG asked me to continue in order to received 1000 Amazon Gift Card.

    I was feeling not right and I was searching around to find the information about usarewardspot.com.

    Luckily I found this website and now I know this is a Scam. I called my credit card to fraud alert and know that this Scam start using my credit for $1.00 testing right after I stopped.

    This is truly scary.

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  • Posted: Jul 20, 2018 at 12:43 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Houston, Texas, United States

    So I did do 1 survey, but did not enter any personal information outside of my address. Didn't give financial information AT ALL!! However, I keep getting these "alerts" on my cell phone...how the hell do you get these alerts to stop? Or is there even a way without changing my phone #?

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    • Posted: Jul 20, 2018 at 2:07 PM by info

      Report the texts to your service provider to see if they can stop them.

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  • Posted: Jul 6, 2018 at 11:02 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Tillingham, England, United Kingdom

    A ukrewardspot come up on my facebook to test mavic pro drone and keep it afterwards.

    I gave personal info and completed to sets of deals, all free and signed into amazon account, kept then saying now complete 7 of these deals and we will ship your reward

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  • Posted: Jun 19, 2018 at 7:29 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Columbia, Maryland, United States

    I put in my information on this site, how do I retrieve it?

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  • Posted: May 27, 2018 at 11:34 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Warminster, Pennsylvania, United States

    I just gave my personal info, crap!

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  • Posted: May 26, 2018 at 1:12 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Houston, Texas, United States

    Total scam! This is evil to the core!

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  • Posted: May 23, 2018 at 1:11 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Portland, Oregon, United States

    I gave out my credit card info (unfortunately) and now I get calls all day long. Texts. And my bank called saying someone else was using my credit card. Should’ve done more research 100% a scam

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  • Posted: May 21, 2018 at 7:59 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Elkville, Illinois, United States

    I answered the first survey but didn't enter any financial information. However they know my address and that I have kids. Should I move? I'm freaking out.

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    • Posted: Sep 10, 2018 at 12:45 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Fairfield, California, United States

      Did you enter any personal information?

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    • Posted: May 21, 2018 at 8:37 PM by info

      No, there is no need to move. They are after your financial information and money.

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  • Posted: May 19, 2018 at 12:06 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Detroit, Michigan, United States

    I too have fallen for this scam, I have unfortunately tried to do more than one survey. Although I have never completed any of them, I hey calls all day long. I wish I had done more research before giving my name, address and phone number. Sad that they pull you in, after all, if it sounds too good to be true, it's a farce.

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  • Posted: Apr 24, 2018 at 2:07 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Uniontown, Pennsylvania, United States

    Thankfully, I didn't give out my banking or credit card info, but I did give my name, address, & email. I bet I get at least 20 to 30 notifications a day from usarewatdspot.com regarding free gift cards, insurance offers, notices that the government owes me money, etc.

    I would just like to know if there's any way to get them to stop contacting me. I've tried emailing them, but it is a bogus email address.

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    • Posted: Oct 25, 2018 at 2:54 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Los Angeles, California, United States

      If you are getting text messages, or emails just block the senders' email address in your phone or computer email

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    • Posted: May 7, 2018 at 7:01 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Charlotte, North Carolina, United States

      I would like them to stop sending me post.

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  • Posted: Apr 8, 2018 at 9:33 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Dallas, Texas, United States

    This company is full of s**t.

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  • Posted: Mar 28, 2018 at 1:50 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Houston, Texas, United States

    Hello, this night I went to walmart to buy something. After coming home I saw a message on my phone screen "you won $ 1000 walmart gift card". As walmart gives such gift cards I thougt that it makes sence. And at the top of the page it was written "walmart onlineshop".

    I answered questions as I thought that it is really walmart. Than that website asked me to do silver dial to win $ 1000. At that time I thought that it can be fraud but I saw a free option as a silver deal: it was credithistory check.

    It was saying that free credithistory check. When I tapped it, I saw on my screen "free credithistory check for a week , than monthly payment about $ 35( I am not sure about amount) and written that to cancel call 866 996 9775 .

    Credithistory check will be done by check3scores according to that website. But I do not want such a silly thing, I did not confirm such a credit history check. It was writing free check, suddenly I saw that monthly payment. This is a big fraud. At that moment I understand that this is fraud. And I understood that this is not walmart, this is WWW.USAREWARDSPOT.COM.

    In the morning I am going to call that number to cancel credithistory check. But I think that I won't be able to cancel as they are trying to do bad things. I did not give my bank account or credit card informations. But unfortunately I gave my address, email, name, surname, phone number(that number was my second number..I did not use that number for bank accounts or other money works) Do they have right to charge me for credit history check monthly? What should I do not to pay for that credithistory check?

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    • Posted: Mar 28, 2018 at 2:34 AM by info

      Once you didn't give them your credit card information, you are OK. Just ignore them.

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  • Posted: Mar 22, 2018 at 1:33 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Absecon, New Jersey, United States

    I tried changing my Apple id as well, but, it's just spinning and won't change. They also send fraudulent emails saying it's your Bank and something is wrong. Beware!

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