Yayoosj Charge on my Bank Statement

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.

Yayoosj Charge on my Bank Statement

I also tried to buy a pair of shoes through the website: finirenbeaute.fr with email addresses:

  • email@clientservicehome.com
  • email@saleservicecenter.com
  • auto3@servicecentervip.com
  • cs@servicecentervip.com
  • ascisservice@zzimail.com

And the detail in the bank statement for this transaction is: yayoosj

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  • May 11, 2020 at 9:25 AM by an anonymous user from: United Kingdom

    I've also had this problem. The website was julesjohnstone.co.uk. After I placed an order for a Royal Botanical Gardens salad bowl, I received the confirmation below:

    Order No.: hxe-am-180210-13

    Seller website: julesjohnstone.co.uk

    Payment Date&Time: 2020-01-26 07:14:23.0

    Amount: 34.76 GBP

    Payment No.: PS2001260714230251

    Due to the foreign exchange rate, the amount displayed on your statement might be a little bit different from the real price.

    Please note "yayoosj" will be displayed on your credit card statement instead of the website from which you purchased the mentioned product.It's just used for sending bill statement by the seller's payment processor as a tool.

    Again, the payment was listed to yayoosj in US$ and at £35.26 plus a non-sterling fee of £1.05, more than the advertised price. Over 3 months later I received a cheap 'Cartier' ring from an address in China, valued at $15.00 on the customs form.

    The site was plainly a scam, but there was no way I could tell it was a Chinese site not a UK site.

    I've now raised this with my credit card provider, who I hope will sort it out.

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