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Beware of Evro-Master at www.evro-master.com

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Beware of Evro-Master at www.evro-master.com

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I purchased Bandai action figures for my daughter that totaled $28 with free shipping. I received an e-mail from customerservices1@shoppingcustomer.com confirming the transaction and providing an EMS tracking number tracked through www.17track.net. My bank statement showed that I was charged $35.35. I never received the items purchased but did receive a pair of cheap phony RayBan sunglasses shipped from China with the same tracking number on the label.

I almost purchased another of the same figures from the following website: https://www.felezyabpishro.com. But I noticed that it was a slightly different version of the same website.

Both of these sites are listing highly sought-after collectibles, charging clients more than originally agreed to, and sending a decoy item to show a paper trail of items shipped. STAY AWAY!

Evro-Master at www.evro-master.com

Evro-Master at www.evro-master.com

E-mail: ourservicesonline@gmail.com

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  • August 31, 2018 at 3:52 PM by an anonymous user from Belle Plaine, Minnesota, United States

    wow same thing happened to me for over $100 for some fishing lures! They are a scam!

    remove

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