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The "SmartNewTrends" Suspicious Websites

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The "SmartNewTrends" Suspicious Websites

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I have been getting hundreds of spam emails from a so-called "SmartNewTrends" that claims to sell TinyBox Coolers, Drones, and a hearing aid device called AudiPlus 247. After doing a Google search, I discovered that there are approximately 20 suspicious websites with domain names ending with ".bid", ".icu" and ".pro," all claiming to sell the same product. And, what makes the websites even more suspicious, is that they all have the same templates or the same design and they were called Daily Living Tech before they were renamed to "Life & Tech"

A "SmartNewTrends" Website

SmartNewTrends

SmartNewTrends

Here are some of the websites currently been used by "SmartNewTrends":

  • wifiboost.smartnewtrends.com
  • audiplus.smartnewtrends.com

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  • May 29, 2019 at 6:05 PM by an anonymous user from Polson, Montana, United States

    All such websites that I have found so far have the same contact info (return addresses and e-mail for support) as MegaDeals.ldt

    www.moskinator.pro

    www.daysight.pro

    www.liporing.pro

    www.maxclean.pro

    www.cleanbot.pro

    www.nanohd.pro

    www.heatbuddy.pro

    www.daysight.pro

    www.wifiboost.tech/

    www.magicgrill.co/

    www.supercoat.pro

    www.aircool24.pro

    www.ecofuel24.pro

    www.wuffstop.pro

    www.ultrawatchz.pro

    www.digitennamax.pro

    and many, many more.

    Most SmartNewTrends/Life&Tech pages are "stand alone" pages- often, links on the page do not work (except to buy the product)

    .pro websites and megadeals.ltd are also linked to DealBoom- different billing name shows up (db2 management ou) but appears to be the same company, again with identical contact info, addresses, and support e-mails.

    Return addresses are fraudulent and cannot be verified- packages are returned without being received.

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  • May 25, 2019 at 3:41 PM by an anonymous user from Polson, Montana, United States

    Hi- I was curious about what happens with the information shared here- is it just posted for others to see and use, or is there some kind of action taken? Thanks!

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    • May 25, 2019 at 6:30 PM by info

      Both. We share with others as well as report it to the Internet Service Providers of the websites, who will do their research and take the necessary action.

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