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Is WifiBooster at wifiboost.tech a Trustworthy Online Store?

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Is WifiBooster at wifiboost.tech a Trustworthy Online Store?

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I keep receiving hundreds of spams email weekly about WifiBooster located at wifiboost.tech. The links in the spam emails go to ".icu" and ".bid" domain names with are currently being abused by cybercriminals. So, this is why this WifiBooster online store appears untrustworthy.

Below is one of the unsolicted emails from wifiboost.tech that has links that go to the following websites:

  • swetmircl.bid
  • wifiboostrd.icu

The email came from: "Life & Tech" - InsaneInvention@wifiboostrd.icu with the subject: "Insane Invention Turns Your Slow WiFi Into a Next-Generation High Speed Line"

Information about WifiBooster at wifiboost.tech

promo.wifiboost.tech

By email: support@megadeals.ltd

Website: promo.wifiboost.tech

By Phone: USA/Canada: + 1 351 888 2241

International: + 44 178 245 4716

THIS IS NOT A RETURN ADDRESS - FOR RETURNS PLEASE FIND ADDRESS HERE

MDE Commerce Ltd.

Unit 20106

PO Box 6945

London, W1A 6US

United Kingdom

Another reason why this online store appears untrustworthy is, the contact email address for wifiboost.tech is an email address at megadeals.ltd, which is another online store that persons are complaining about online. Persons have complaint that they have not received their products, received inferior products, or received something they didn't ordered.

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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  • September 4, 2019 at 12:02 PM by an anonymous user from Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

    The information shared so far agrees with what I am seeing/getting. I noted it was selling the product for 40£ (not £40) and when I went further it was listed as 40 € with a conversion to GBP. I also noted that the price is going to run out at 11:59pm on the day you are looking - no matter how many days you revisit the information.

    I have no idea if it is bona fide (wish it was), however, it if looks like a scam, feels like a scam and is probably too good to be true then I guess that's what it is.

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  • August 14, 2019 at 2:40 PM by info

    They claim to be selling the following:

    "Get 300mbps wifi connection

    Insane Invention Turns Your Slow WiFi Into a Next-Generation High Speed Line.

    Make your internet fast all over your house with this invention...

    Slow Internet speeds ruin your daily experience and general mood. Tired of the rotating circle appearing on your screen? WiFiBoost promises to make a difference... Don't lose WiFi signal anymore... Accessing websites fast is easier than ever before with WiFi Ultra Boost."

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  • July 31, 2019 at 3:02 AM by an anonymous user from Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy

    I've recently seen on Youtube a wifiboost.tech promo that sells their "wifI enhancer" products, claiming that this device is able to block the reporting between the user and the provider, which, they say, are arbitrarily limiting the bandwidth to force clients to buy more costly services. Also, this device works as a common wifI expander.

    My opinion is that this sort of promos are a scam that levers on the distrust and that Youtube should ban them: but, to be more correct, I would like to hear a more informed opinion on such claims about hidden bandwidth restriction

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    • September 10, 2019 at 4:48 PM by an anonymous user from Tampere, West and Inner Finland, Finland

      No such thing exists as "blocking usage report". the bandwidth throttling always happens on the ISP's end and there is no way to circumvent it. if the provider is just throttling a single service, e.g. netflix, then a VPN could theoretically bypass this filtering but VPN is monthly billed service, you can't possibly offer it for that price, so that can't explain it. in conclusion, the claim about blocking usage report is a plain lie.

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  • July 24, 2019 at 7:18 AM by info

    wifiboster.bid is another website they are using.

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  • June 17, 2019 at 11:51 AM by info

    conceala.us is another website being used by them.

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  • May 21, 2019 at 9:56 AM by info

    The website is untrustworthy. The scammers are using the same telephone number and email address for hundreds of other cloned websites.

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