USTA Support Subscription Expiration and Renewal Scam

The USTA Support subscription expiration and renewal below is a scam. The fake email is being sent by online scammers who are attempting to trick their potential victims into contacting them at 360 347 1061. If you have received the fake email (see below), please do not follow the instructions in it, just delete it.

USTA Support Subscription Expiration and Renewal Scam

USTA Support Subscription Expiration and Renewal Scam

From: Danielle Velarde virginiasophiekmwje@gmail.com

Date: 06/03/2021 8:45 AM

Subject: Your Order no. 76657UST payment is completed

Your order is confirmed.

Dear Member,

We'd like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support over the past 12 months. We value all contributions to USTA Support, and your memberships make up the lifeblood of our organisation. Your involvement is extremely important to us and very much appreciated. That said, we know you're busy and just wanted to take this time to remind you that your membership with USTA Support will expire on June 03 2021.

If you're still deciding whether or not to renew, or just haven't gotten around to it yet make sure you call us 360 347 1061 cancel your subscription with us to avoid recurring charges taken out of your account.

In case you don't want to continue with us then make sure you call us on 360 347 1061 before June 03 2021 to avoid any recurring payment.

If you are unsure please call us at 360 347 1061 to stop your membership.

We hope that you'll take this time to renew your membership and remain a part of our community

Order Confirmation #76657UST

Purchased Item (1)

$220.00

Delivery + Handling

$10.00

TOTAL

$230.00

Estimated Delivery Date

June 03 2021

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  • June 17, 2021 at 9:52 AM by an anonymous user from: Mountain City, Tennessee, United States

    Received Today with different name and phone number. Same Order Number and Amount of Charge

    Name: Luis Maisonet

    Actual: glendapeterse@gmail.com

    Address: 140 NE 39th Street

    Miami, FL. 33137

    They are also using a logo from the Better Business Bureau.

    CHECKED ONLINE FOR FRAUD ALERTS.

    PRINTED THEN DELETED. DID NOT FOLLOW ANY LINKS

  • June 15, 2021 at 7:46 PM by an anonymous user from: Carlisle, Pennsylvania, United States

    I just received this email on June 15 but the phone number has changed. 323 412 7410. Person sending it was Janine Durandiss

  • June 8, 2021 at 12:11 PM by an anonymous user from: Newark Central Business District, Newark, New Jersey, United States

    this just happened to me! I wanted to cancel and he told me the only way to cancel was to get on my computer and type in a code. I said no it doesn't work that way. Also, I asked what card was charge and he said it was my bank account. I hung up on him and called the bank and asked to make sure no charges were made and to make sure they couldn't access my account. They said as long as I didn't give them anything, that they couldn't get anything. Please don't be fooled or put any codes into your computer or give any of your bank information or credit card numbers out. I would hate to see these worthless people get money that they did not earn or work for!

  • June 8, 2021 at 8:53 AM by an anonymous user from: Fort Myers, Florida, United States

    This just happened to me and the man got very belligerent and could not even answer me on what kind of software the company was providing. He wanted me to get out my laptop. I said no way and I wanted to speak to his supervisor who, of course, was not available. I told him this was a scam and he ended up hanging up on me! Do not be fooled!

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USTA Support Subscription Expiration and Renewal Scam