The "Biotrust Invoice Scam" Email
The image below shows a recipient of the so-called "Biotrust Scam Email" complaining that she never heard of the company but received a QuickBooks invoice via email in the amount of $3250.00. The angry recipients claimed she called Biotrust Invoice's customer service using the phone number found on their website, but it rang once and then she got a busy signal.
Biotrust Nutrition apologized for the invoice and said it was sent by mistake and ask her to disregard.
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