CaptPlay at - It is a Fraudulent Website

The website Capt Play located at "" is fraudulent. The website, which claims it lets you watch movies, listen to music, and play games across all your favorite platforms, is similar to the following fraudulent streaming websites:,, and 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.

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© 2018 All rights reserved. Jenture Services LTD - Company # HE340436 - 51 Tarsou, office 301, 2363 Nicosia, Agios, Dometios, Cyprus

They ( guarantee not to charge your credit card for the trial period, but will do so anyway, even if you cancel before the trial period is up. Also, they will charge you to cancel your free registration. And, the website doesn't have some movies, book, and music it has advertised. I think this is another trick used to lure potential victims to the website.

Online user who have already subscribed to services on captplay, 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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May 5, 2021 at 10:28 PM by
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an anonymous user from: North Sydney, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

HI I have had your company take money from my bank $67.73 could I please get that out back thanks I did not allow you to take any money out


November 29, 2019 at 7:46 PM by
CaptPlay at - It is a Fraudulent Website
an anonymous user from: Raleigh, North Carolina, United States

I received a message saying that I won IPhone XP and I had to pay 1 dollar shipping fee. I supplied my Bank info and 68 dollars has been withdrawn from my account.

My account statement said captplay. I don't know what to do now to get the money back, it could not happen at a worst time because I had just enough money in my account to cover debt payment. Now I will have a NSF charge from my bank. I'm not sure what to do.


November 29, 2019 at 10:41 PM by
CaptPlay at - It is a Fraudulent Website

Open a dispute with your bank.


October 31, 2019 at 8:42 PM by
CaptPlay at - It is a Fraudulent Website
an anonymous user from: Auckland, New Zealand

This website has taken money out of my account without my authorisation. How they got into it, I do not know but I did not ask for a free trial or anything connected with Capt Play


August 23, 2019 at 6:26 PM by
CaptPlay at - It is a Fraudulent Website

1-866-616-1697 is their new telephone number.


August 23, 2019 at 6:25 PM by
CaptPlay at - It is a Fraudulent Website

1-888-668-9143 is their new telephone number.


July 23, 2019 at 6:31 AM by
CaptPlay at - It is a Fraudulent Website
an anonymous user from: Ashburn, Virginia, United States

They change thier site name every 24 hours, 51 Tarsou, office 301, 2363 Nicosia, Agios, Dometios, Cyprus. Be careful


December 18, 2018 at 7:39 AM by
CaptPlay at - It is a Fraudulent Website

Received via email:

" payment is taken from my bank account?

Tue 18/12/2018 07:01

From: Minna


I Have noticed that you have taken from my bank account money 49,95 euros.

And if this is also yours I demand to return it also ASAP!

From Account: FI53 2401 1800 0164 29

Card number: 4920 *** *** 1602

Payer: MINNA

Artist: 18666161697

Quantity: 49,95 EUR

Payment Date: 13.12.2018

Reference: 181212121212


EUR 49,95

Entry date: 12/13/2018

Value date: 13/12/2018

Archive ID: 181213258875EZ7416

I have not signed up to any club or any membership so I want to return my money to my ASAP bank account.

If you have any of your information in your systems, I ask you to delete any of them."


October 8, 2018 at 9:15 AM by
CaptPlay at - It is a Fraudulent Website
an anonymous user from: London, England, United Kingdom

I just received an e-mail from what I thought was I took a survey and was offered to test Samsung phone, all I had to do was pay 1.99 postage but it went on to captplay. I am glad I googled first before I put my card details in!


June 25, 2018 at 7:46 AM by
CaptPlay at - It is a Fraudulent Website
an anonymous user from: Basildon, England, United Kingdom

Be very careful, recently I received a email that I thought was a genuine email from Tesco, recently I done an online shopping survey for Tesco,

I received an email again what I thought was Tesco again saying that I had a chance to win 500 GBP unfortunately I didn't win any money but they said that I had won a watch and needed to pay the postage for it.

They asked for my credit card number, this was rejected so they asked for another credit card number, all this time I still thought that this was genuine.

When I checked my email later on I discovered that the firm that I thought was Tesco was in fact CAPTPLAY and that they had taken money from my account, I tried to cancel any subscription but it was impossible to cancel it.

I have informed both credit card company's fraud department who are investigating them also I have reported them to the police Action Fraud Department.

So do not have anything to do with this company


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