iMed Service Scam Email Asking to Call +1 (424) 317 438

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I keep receiving the iMed Service scam emails below. The emails, which address me as "subscriber" or "customer," are the first sign that they are scams. A lot of people would have called the number(+1 (424) 317 4380) in the emails without thinking because no one wants to pay so much money for a service they know nothing about. And, this is what the scammers want. Once contacted, they will attempt to trick callers into giving them personal and financial information over the phone.

iMed Service Scam Email Asking to Call +1 (424) 317 438
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iMed Service Scam Emails

Dear Subscriber,

Free trial has almost come to an end! But it seems like you will stay with us!

A payment method you provided will be used to continue your membership.

When your free trial expires you will be automatically placed on the premium plan for $89.99 per month.

We hope that you like our service and ready for you to move to premium plan.

In the event that you want to learn more about the detail of your order, call us here: +1 (424) 317 4380

We are glad that you are with us.

5901 W Century Blvd #750, Los Angeles, CA 90045 (this address is the rental car park in LAX)

Copyright © 2021 iMed Service, Inc. All rights reserved.

+1 (424) 317 438

Dear Customer,

Unfortunately your free trial is ending in 2 days. But you chose to stay with us!

A payment method you mentioned will be used to continue your membership.

In order to stay with us you will be charged $89.99 per month.

We are really excited that you are with us, let's move to premium!

If you want to know more about your order contact us here: +1 (424) 317 4380.

Thank you for choosing us!

901 W Century Blvd #750, Los Angeles, CA 90045

Copyright © 2021 iMed Service, Inc. All rights reserved.

+1 (424) 317 4380

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  • March 31, 2021 at 2:40 PM by an anonymous user from: Boston, Massachusetts, United States

    Received this:

    Dear Subscriber,

    You've used our service for almost 30 days, and your trial period is coming to the end. Right after the end of the trial period, the first advance payment will be credited from your checking account.

    To go on with your member subscription #0331228473883, system uses the method of payment you selected within the registration process. For you, the monthy subscription will cost only $69.99. We hope that you really enjoy our services and will use our services further!

    We're always happy to receive any feedback from our subscribers - thanks to it, we can us expand and develop our features. In case you have any remarks, ideas, or just would like to get detailed information regarding your order and subscription plan, you can call us on: 1 (949) 966 0185.

    Many thanks for working with us! Best regards!

    iMed Service

  • March 29, 2021 at 9:18 AM by an anonymous user from: DeKalb, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

    iMed subscription SCAM email. This is the 8th one we've received in a week. Their scammer spiel went as follows, "Your free period 000000000000 is going to end! - Raul Bailey ( manager @ vj.utah-land-auctions . com) - Dear Customer, #000000000000 - Your free period is almost over... How was it? But you chose to stay with us! Your membership will be continued using a payment method you already provided. The premium will only cost you $89.99 per month. We hope that you enjoyed our service and that you are ready to move to premium plan.

    In the event that you want to learn more about the details of your order, call us here: 1 (716) 815 6123. We are always glad to see you on our website. 5901 W Century Blvd #750, Los Angeles, CA 90045 - Copyright © 2021 iMed Service, Inc. All rights reserved." Others numbers associated with these scammers are 213-261-0445, 424-317-4380, 510-992-2612, and 619-354-4460.

  • March 26, 2021 at 3:22 PM by an anonymous user from: Citrus Springs, Dunnellon, Florida, United States

    I’m glad I stumbled onto this site. I got the exact same emails along with my customer number.

    Called the phone number, couldn’t understand a word they said. They were so upset they hung up.

    I had my daughter call and she got the web site address. I got the main menu but after that only ‘404’s. I was all set to contact my bank and reject any charges that were $89.99.

    Thanks for your heads up!

  • March 26, 2021 at 3:19 PM by an anonymous user from: New York, New York, United States

    Yeah got this one. Total scam.

  • March 26, 2021 at 2:26 PM by an anonymous user from: Furnas, Cambridge, Nebraska, United States

    Just got this exact email only there was a typo for the company name lol Imers same address. I then called and get an Indian man who clearly is new to scams fumbling all over the place. When he says it’s Imed Services and that Christie Kessler works there lol I ask to speak to her. Again he fumbles. I said are you aware your company name is spelled wrong on your email your sending out? Ummmm is his reply. What a bunch of idiots.

  • March 26, 2021 at 12:45 PM by an anonymous user from: La Vallée-du-Richelieu, Chambly, Quebec, Canada

    Got same e-mail - luckily for me, I checked and found your comments. Thanks

  • March 25, 2021 at 4:07 PM by an anonymous user from: Ventura, Moorpark, California, United States

    I also received two email for the same thing from two different people and different phone numbers to call. Here are both of them. I did not put the reference numbers they sent.

    Your free trial period is almost over... How was it?. But thank you for choosing to stay with us!

    Your membership will be continued using a payment method you already provided.

    After your free trial expires the total monthly charge will only be $89.99.

    We glad you’re our customer, and can’t wait until you become a premium member.

    If you want to know more about your order contact us here: 1 (510) 992 2612.

    We are happy you choose us!

    5901 W Century Blvd #750, Los Angeles, CA 90045

    Copyright © 2021 iMed Service, Inc. All rights reserved.

    1 (510) 992 2612

    Your free trial period is coming to the end. However, you chose to use our services further!

    In the beginning of the trial period, you have specified your payment method. After 3 days, when your trial period will end, your subscription will cost only $89.99. We hope that you are satisfied with our service and are ready to proceed with premium plan. To learn more about your order you can call us on: 1 (619) 354 4460.

    Thank you for your business! Have a nice day!

    5901 W Century Blvd #750, Los Angeles, CA 90045

    Copyright © 2021 iMers, Inc. All rights reserved.

    1 (619) 354 4460

  • March 24, 2021 at 7:38 PM by an anonymous user from: Los Angeles, California, United States

    I received this message as well, although the phone listed was 2132610445

    I called using a fake name and address, but was directed to 'American Residential Waranty' which is, I think, a legitimate business.

    The email message says 'a payment method you provided...' which I obviously hadn't - is what concerns me. Is there any reason to be concerned about that tactic?

  • March 24, 2021 at 1:15 PM by an anonymous user from: Petach Tikva, Rosh HaAyin, Center District, Israel

    I get a different number to call, 15109922612, but essentially it is the same scam.

    • March 24, 2021 at 2:07 PM by an anonymous user from: Madrid, Community of Madrid, Spain

      I got exactly the same email with the same phone number. just delete and forget it. don't call.

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