Is BeastCards a Scam? Review of Beast Cards

Is BeastCards a Scam? Review of Beast Cards

The Beastcards or Beast Cards located at, which claims to offer PlayStation, Xbox Live, Appstore iTunes, Amazon, Nintendo, Steam, and other gift cards, is a scam. The website tricks visitors into visiting spam websites which trick them into buying unwanted services and disclosing personal and other sensitive information. The website also redirects visitors to a YouTube channel called Beast Cards that has no content or videos.

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  • August 11, 2020 at 7:56 PM by an anonymous user from: Gibsonia, Pennsylvania, United States

    Scam site lol got taken down a day or two ago I think. I was gunna nmap ;-;

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