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Is Superprize4u.com a Scam? See Review of the Website

Superprize4u.com is a scam and should not be trusted. There is no contact information about this website. If you go directly to the website, a blank page comes up. And, if you check their domain name registration information, all their contact information is redacted. Therefore, if you cannot find information about a website, it means you do not know who you are dealing with, therefore, it should not be trusted.

Is Superprize4u.com a Scam? See Review of the Website
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  • June 12, 2020 at 3:48 PM by an anonymous user from: Woodstock, Ontario, Canada

    Yes, Superprize4u.com is a fraud and I almost fall a victim for it until I saw that as I type out my Full name, Credit card number, it was simultaneously printing visual credit card of my card on the screen! They ask for 4 important information that every credit card owners have, your Full Name, Card 16-digit Number, Expired Date, and PIN number. I got lucky because as I noticed the copy of my card been made I stopped and erased my name and number because normally when you give your card information, you don't see the numbers shown again and the 3-PIN always covered right away.

    This is how they almost get me, I saw the Ads about Amazon giving away iPhone Pro for $1. Clicking the link took me to another page where they ask for 4 questions: 1) Your Gender, 2) Age, 3)Number of people in your household up to 3, and 4) Have you use iPhone XP before? Yes/No. Then, the link processed your answer and the result said "Congratulation you get 4 out of 4 questions and your phone IP has not been used here before. Now you can proceed. Now, they ask for your FirstName, LastName, Email, and Phone number.

    After collecting this important information, you now have to choose your gift from gift icon grids like 4X4, I choose the middle icon, received Sorry but you have another chance to win. I chose the last gift icon to the right bottom corner and yes! I won iPhone Pro, I now have to choose the color I want out of 4 different colors. And on this same page is where I have to pay for just Shipping $2.80 CAD and oh it's only for Canadians! Everything looks real and distracting because after you fill your credit card information, literally hand over your credit card (because you can see them printing a COPY of your Card right in front of you with all the information needed to prove that you're the owner!). You don't see the disclosure right away because a set of scrolling is showing you the beautiful image and features of iPhone PRO...huge Magician distractions and then at the very last PageDown you see that you've been screwed! They print something like this:" On June 24, 10 lucky winners will be chosen from 600 Subscribers and they will be notified by email. Thank you for subscribing to our various partner's businesses and your 5 days of subscription are free, afterwards, your credit card will be charged the full price every month until you cancelled."

    The scariest parts of these frauds are that there are no mentioned names of the companies they will be sharing your name and credit card payments a literally you could be flooded with various charges of things you didn't know you pay for by "JUST PAYING $2.80 CAD!"

    I know I have been screwed already by entering my full name, email, and phone number in the previous pages even though I escape handling over my credit card for free shopping by these monsters! I also now have to expect spams emails in my direct In-Box that I will be labeling as Fraud! I now know that my fraud callers have been double up from now on and my phone will be ringing very soon nonstop 😩 but my hope is that I would be saving some people who read my detailed report of what I just went through.

    Thank you

    Sheri.

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Is Superprize4u.com a Scam? See Review of the Website