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About E-commerce Scams
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You're a target in the market.
Scammed of $165
You can do all the research you want in the world. But if you are buying online, there's always the risk of getting scammed.
Scammed of $950
The seller sounded so legitimate and even had a business e-mail and customer service with the account, coupled with positive reviews.
Scammed of $123.50
The seller gave me multiple excuses like bad weather, and how the freelance driver did not have jobs near my area.
Scammed of $20
The seller claimed that the item was lost in the mail.
Scammed of $15
To my surprise, the memory card was a fake product and could have potentially damaged my console had I put it in.
Scammed of $100
I was so happy to secure the watch at a much lower price.
Nai Lun, 22
Scammed of $50
I thought I wouldn't have to worry much since past transactions were smooth.
Scammed of $20
I guess it really came as a surprise, as I didn't think that it would happen to me.
Scammed of $30
It was only at a later time did I realize the gift card had been used.
Scammed of $214
The seller provided me with a picture of 'his' IC and also gave me 'his' HP number and home address.
Su Lyn, 22
Scammed of $200
The seller had 1-2 reviews but I didn't think much of it at the time.
I brought the camera to a camera store and the staff told me that the camera was broken beyond repair.
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