Lowes DeWalt Power Station Email Scam Survey

Lowes DeWalt Power Station Email Scam Survey

If you receive an email which appears to be from Lowe's, claiming you can win a DeWalt Power Station by completing surveys, delete and do not follow the instructions in it. This is because the email is a scam being sent by scammers attempting to trick potential victims into visiting spam or phishing websites that trick online users into buying unwanted services or products, or steal their personal information.

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  • January 31, 2023 at 10:45 PM by an anonymous user from: Atlanta, Georgia, United States

    I got a similar email from supposedly Ace Hardware which I frequently and have an actual account number with. I get an occasional email from them on current sales and on my “points” which translate into discounts. So when I received the fraudulent email, I honestly thought it was from Ace and provided cc info to receive a promotional toolset for shipping only cost. Of course, I soon realized that this was a scam and tried contacting the offending website to cancel my “order”. Within a day, I had two charges to my card. A week later a substantial charge and then a few days later another charge from a different “vendor” was also unauthorized but I’m sure the same scammer. I didn’t see the two large charges until today when I went to pay my monthly bills and discovered them on my statement. Tomorrow I’ll call my bank to report these charges but I am certain it’s too late for much in the way of recovering the funds. I wonder if anyone has had additional charges from a second company? Is anyone successful in recovering money?

  • January 24, 2023 at 4:23 PM by an anonymous user from: Redmond, Washington, United States

    no one ever gives you something for free!

  • January 16, 2023 at 11:53 AM by an anonymous user from: Jefferson, South Carolina, United States

    I also fell victim to this Lowe's DeWalt scam, 4.99 to ship and although when I clicked to very who sent it I got a verified emailer with a valid looking cslowes.com address so I sent 4.99 thu my PayPal account and I ck'd it on Paypal and it shows paid to switch watch technologies. I'm still working to get it resolved as fraudulent charge, I con concur with another victim when she said when are they going to stop these scammers!

  • January 15, 2023 at 7:00 PM by an anonymous user from: Carlsbad, California, United States

    It had a lot of information regarding me shopping at Lowes and I recently bought a Dewalt product so sounded legit. When they said I automatically was selected since I wrote a product review which was also true. They asked for a small amount for shipping which also sounded reasonable for a $100 PowerStation. I gave them a CC that I rarely use and followed up with an email back to them which bounced as undeliverable.

    I immediately cancelled the card and called the CC company

  • December 25, 2022 at 12:23 PM by an anonymous user from: Jefferson, Louisville, Kentucky, United States

    I took the survey was suppose to pay 1.99 shipping for the battery charger. Then the next day they charged my bank account 83$. Never got anything. Called my bank they gave me an 800 number. Talked with a guy credit me back 50% it says it's pending, we will see. He also gave me a website to claim 110$ gift card to lowes. Support@bestaffordablegadgetdealsonline.com. it seems to be nothing. Be careful and how are ppl still getting away with this BS

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