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Is customerservicehome.com a Trustworthy Website?

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The website, customerservicehome.com, is associated with a lot of fake online stores. The fake stores use customerservicehome.com as a customer service platform to communicate with their so-called customers. Therefore, online users should be careful of online stores that use an email address at customerservicehome.com.

Here are some of the email addresses at customerservicehome.com being used by some fake online stores:

  • cs14@customerservicehome.com
  • cs15@customerservicehome.com
  • cs1@customerservicehome.com

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  • July 15, 2019 at 5:49 AM by an anonymous user from Milan, Lombardy, Italy

    cs7@customerservicehome.com is an email address they are using.

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  • July 9, 2019 at 4:51 PM by an anonymous user from Sandton, Gauteng, South Africa

    I placed an order last month,till today I'm still waiting for it. Only to find out is a scam, now I don't know what to do, any one who can help me to report them and get my money back I'll be thankful...shop name is Emmacloth(lacosteshop).

    I did speak to the lady she refused to know nothing about my order.Please help!

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    • July 9, 2019 at 7:12 PM by info

      What is the exact URL or domain name of the online store?

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  • June 24, 2019 at 8:18 AM by info

    "Od: support@jdonline.info <cs1@customerservicehome.com>

    Date: śr., 15 maj 2019, 16:49

    Subject: [Order Confirmation]- No: 158540276

    Order Confirmation from support@jdonline.info

    (Thanks for shopping with us today!)

    The following are the details of your order.

    1.Order Detailed:

    ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━

    Order Number:158540276

    Date Ordered:Wednesday 15 May, 2019

    URL:https://www.paulwarrior.site

    2.Products

    1 x Men&#39;s Challenger ATR 3 (1014761S_6945) = $25.83

    Size EU 42

    3.Total

    Sub-Total: $25.83

    Table Rate (Best Way): $6.56

    Total: $32.40

    4.Delivery Address

    5.Payment Method

    ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━

    Payment by credit card

    This email address was given to us by you or by one of our customers. If you

    feel that you have received this email in error, please send an email to

    cs1@customerservicehome.com

    Copyright (c) 2019 support@jdonline.info. Powered by Zen Cart

    This email is sent in accordance with the US CAN-SPAM Law in effect

    01/01/2004. Removal requests can be sent to this address and will be honored

    and respected."

    Received via email.

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    • June 27, 2019 at 10:33 AM by an anonymous user from Porto, Portugal

      I made a purchase almost 2 months ago. I did not receive the product. I went to the authorities to make complaint

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  • June 19, 2019 at 8:17 PM by an anonymous user from Toronto, Ontario, Canada

    I placed an order at a fake website www.capitallivingsharing.com for a pair of discontinued rock climbing shoes on June 6, 2019. I noticed the only "Contact Us" method was by email cs15@customerservicehome.com. I was alert because that did not match the URL of the website, but still I placed the order with my credit card.

    About an hour later, a suspicious email came in from auto5@servicecentervip.com, telling me that my money was transferred to "EPL*LIDALY CO"! That is a red flag. too much discrepency. I called my credit card company right away, and found out that there were actually two charges from "EPL*LIDALY CO" for the same order, both were much higher than my order, and this "EPL*LIDALY CO" was located in Shen Zhen, China. I immidiately cancelled the order. 4 days later, the scammers were trying to fake shipping and refuse to cancel the order.

    Enough is enough, it was my turn to take action. I filed a dispute with my credit card company against "EPL*LIDALY CO", reported the scam to FBI's IC3, reported abuse to the domain's registrar in California, reported the fraudulent website and emails to online scam database.

    The results were great, I got all my money back, the fake website was shutdown within a week, and I personally alerted many other people who saw the same scammer's name "EPL*LIDALY CO" on their credit card statement or used the same email addresses. I just hope there is a way to lock all these scammers in the jail for good!

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  • June 13, 2019 at 4:09 AM by an anonymous user from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

    I am pretty switched on with scams, but this one almost got me too.

    www.theunrestrained.com is a toy site - or supposed to be - for a company toynhome. Couldn't figure out why they had cheap prices on things that I wanted, and the web page name didn't match the company. Typed the URL and no reviews or hits on google. Then I searched for the customer service address and found this site. Their one is cs15@customerservicehome.com which is one of the emails constantly put here.

    Thanks for saving me guys!

    John from Australia.

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  • June 10, 2019 at 7:24 PM by an anonymous user from Auckland, New Zealand

    We ordered A PRESSURE COOKER for shipping to New Zealand. We received acknowlegement of payment from "CS@customerserviceshome.com, and our card was charged USD87. Then another email arrived with a tracking number asking us to be patient. We received not a pressure cooker but a baseball cap.

    The charging name was "Beutynewon". Its site advertises women's shoes.

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  • June 10, 2019 at 9:42 AM by an anonymous user from Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, Malaysia

    www.clothesspj.club I think it's fake.

    Received member registration confirmation email from cs1@customerservicehome.com

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  • June 9, 2019 at 11:39 PM by an anonymous user from Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

    I was looking for UK manufactured model railway items and found cs 15 site with prices a quarter retail. Bad a header "The Angels House Malibu".Com which when I searched is a rehab in Malibu.

    If its too good to be true, then it probably isn't

    Hope this helps

    10th May 2109

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  • June 7, 2019 at 6:16 PM by an anonymous user from Newport Beach, California, United States

    www.zenflooddamage.com looks like a fake site. The domain name doesn't match what the company sells as well. If it looks too good to be true it probably is!

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  • June 2, 2019 at 10:08 PM by an anonymous user from Memphis, Tennessee, United States

    www.lilibetstanley.com I think it's fake it has cs14@customerservicehome.com

    It looks very real wow...

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    • June 3, 2019 at 12:01 AM by info

      You are right, it is a fake.

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  • May 25, 2019 at 1:08 PM by an anonymous user from Mandaluyong, National Capital Region, Philippines

    I want to report an online scam

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  • May 21, 2019 at 1:21 AM by an anonymous user from Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

    More research on what I just reported fidanofis.com etc.

    The search result comes through an extremely fishy site

    "cemetery.whimsyinmycup.com"

    that doesn't even have HTTPS, but it redirects to this fidanofis.com, and next time I hit it went to yet another URL riotottawa.com which then shows up with the same shop template everything the same "Lucky Shop". I think

    A further test, on Google, searching using site:cemetery.whimsyinmycup.com does, in fact, return those hits.

    Further test looking at the cached site on google, shows the site being an obvious fake, inserting the search term along with some other garbage talking about "news" and "viral video".

    There I saw that the cache was from May 9th. However, my history shows that the first time I did this search and encountered this item was on May 12th. So this means my fear that it is some malware on my computer faking a lucky find is less likely. Although the coincidence of finding exactly those items in exactly the variances that I saw them on eBay is still extremely fishy.

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  • May 21, 2019 at 12:59 AM by an anonymous user from Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

    It may be worse than that. Someone should be looking into that more deeply. This might be related to some kind of virus or malware. Here is how I figure that the case:

    I am looking for a very specific peculiar item which is rare to find and pretty expensive. To find a better deal I search frequently for it. It falls under the category of "pet supply".

    After about a week of searching, I get a hit on the first page of Google which has a good price. One shop in italy https://www.teeniconstudio.com/ labeled "Sole Supplies Pet", site in italian, but strange name, and didn't seem to ship to North America, and just now another apparently in the USA https://www.fidanofis.com labeled "Lucky Shop". But what stopped me on this site is that it has the exact same UI flow, forms, everything, just different name and language.

    Language is fishy, blah blah text, somewhat strange English. No physical address, no phone number, and this email address which is the exact same "cs15@customerservicehome.com". This is quite obviously an e-commerce site template which has been barely filled, and the bogus customer service contact has not been replaced with a real email, let alone phone number.

    These sites are also relatively new, only few months old.

    Obviously a scam. But what makes me nervous is that the scam appears targeted based on exactly what I am looking for, a very special item, very specific, and in the middle of a bunch of generic gimmicks.

    I also don't find these Google searches repeatable. I wonder if they even come from Google. I wonder if there is some sophisticated malware which injects these false hits to these sites, which are automatically generated to include items the person searches for along with related items. In fact, I am so sure of this, because the products in question appear with the same curious peculiarities in the picture just like I had also seen them on eBay.

    I have some other strange things on my computer. Malwarebytes AntI Malware and SpyBot S&D both detect nothing unusual. But there is a strange croaking sound that I am hearing every once in a while, like 5 times a day. And I don't know where it's coming from. It seems pretty crazy, I know, but something is up. Something is fishy. I'm using the Chrome browser.

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  • May 6, 2019 at 1:12 AM by an anonymous user from Iasi, Iasi, Romania

    I suffered a fraud from cs6@customerservicehome.com

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  • April 12, 2019 at 5:03 AM by an anonymous user from Madrid, Spain

    I suffered a fraud from cs1@customerservicehome.com

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  • April 3, 2019 at 6:28 AM by an anonymous user from Bratislava, Bratislavský, Slovakia

    I was recently scammed by nhldresy.com website, they use cs3,cs15@customerservicehome.com

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  • March 31, 2019 at 4:10 AM by an anonymous user from Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

    Yes the recent website is selling cameras at price of $.01 ...here's the link.. electronicsmostr.me

    I checked the support email and I saw the email address cs6@customerservicehome.com so I thought to have a check on what it is and it's reviewed as fake ... I got the ad in Instagram about the sale so I was kind of happy but it looks like big scam.

    Please avoid. M gonna post this same thing in other sites too.

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  • March 27, 2019 at 1:19 PM by an anonymous user from Miskolc, Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén, Hungary

    cs6@customerservicehome.com -

    I got scammed with this.

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  • March 25, 2019 at 5:48 AM by an anonymous user from Cairo, Egypt

    This very true, this website is associated with a fake online store..

    I was just scammed by those scums.

    cs4@customerservicehome.Com

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  • March 16, 2019 at 5:39 PM by info

    They are using these email addresses:

    cs6@customerservicehome.com

    cs7@customerservicehome.com

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  • March 14, 2019 at 2:36 PM by info

    cs3@customerservicehome.com is another email address.

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