"Raspberry Ultra Drops to Help Your Weight Loss" Spam Emails and Fake Websites
Mar 3, 2016 at 6:07 PM
Jan 9, 2013 at 11:58 AM
A lot of persons have been receiving spam e-mails with links to fake websites created to look like popular news websites Fox News and ABC News. The websites seem to be promoting and selling the weight loss product, "Raspberry Ultra Drops." I do not know much about the product, but I do know that the websites are fakes and DO NOT recommend purchasing anything from them. It seems that "Raspberry Ultra Drops" is in demand and scammers are setting up fake websites claiming to sell the product in order to steal their victims’ credit card and personal information.
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I tried searching Google to see if I could find a legitimate website selling "Raspberry Ultra Drops" but, most of them are fakes, or looked suspicious. I recommend finding a popular retailer and purchasing this product from their local or online stores. As a matter of fact, I recommend ONLY purchasing items from popular online stores.
Below are some of the popular fake websites claiming to sell "Raspberry Ultra Drops". There are probably hundreds of other fake websites and a few created everyday, so if you have used your credit card on any of the following websites, please contact your bank and let them know that you have used your credit card unknowingly on a fraudulent website.
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