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Fraudulent Website

Hi

 

Just thought I'd bring this website "https://www.camsonline.xyz" to everyones attention. It is a fraudulent website that appears to be linked to several others using the same email address "customer_service@jdonline.info".

 

Nobody gets goods after ordering.

 

Following my transaction Tesco contacted me to see if the transaction was legitimate as it was from a Chinese website. I had ordered something but hadnt realised it was a chinese site and hadn't received any sort of orderconfirmation so suspected it was fraudulent.

On that note I told tesco whilst i had ordered I suspected it was fraudulent and requested they cancel the payment.

Apparently there's nothing Tesco can do so they just let them take the money. My own stupidity for ordering i guess but the site looked ok to me so as far as i was aware it was secure.

I did suspect the .xyz domain but googled it and found on Wikipedia that it is actually quite common & fourth most popular domain.

Now some dodgy Chinese thieves have my credit card details, address & CVC code.

 

Anyway, be careful as Tesco will let them take money and you'll end up needing to pay it back when statement arrives.

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Re: Fraudulent Website

Hi @WebsiteFraud, I'm sorry to hear about this. If you authorise a transaction on your account, we are unable to cancel this at a later date I'm afraid. However, if you don't receive the goods/receive something else, we can look into disputing the transaction for you. You can find information about the steps to take here: https://yourcommunity.tescobank.com/t5/Disputed-transactions-and/tkb-p/disputedtransactions. Alternatively, you can call our Disputes Team on 0345 366 2711 (Mon - Fri: 8am - 6pm, Sat: 9am - 2pm) who will be able to have a chat with you about our process and how we can arrange to get this refunded.