I ordered a pair of Clarks boots from an ad on Facebook. I was immediately suspicious because I got an email saying payment would be in USD and would show as 'Yayoosj' on my bank statement, but by then it was too late. Needless to say, no boots, but then out of the blue comes the fake Burberry scarf from China. Envelope has my name, address, and mobile no on it. Not happy that these scammers now have this info. I have reported this scam to my bank and they have logged a dispute with Visa, so I am hoping for a refund.
I also tried to buy a pair of shoes through the website: finirenbeaute.fr with email addresses:
And the detail in the bank statement for this transaction is: yayoosj
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