Continuity Billing Scams at, and

Continuity Billing Scams at, and

I would like to submit a report of fraudulent activity and scams on the associated domains below. These sites forward to each other and have timers which disconnect after the time expires leaving no way for the user to return to these sites. When entered in on a browser the location comes up as a blank white page however when redirected to these URL's from the temporary gateway provided on a text message, they provide dialogue and capture information leading to credit card scams known as “Continuity Billing” scams.

The Fraudulent Domains or Websites


Please help protect users on the internet.

Thank you,

Scott L

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