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Bank and credit card fraud
An Eastern European Fraud apparently located either in Ukraine or in Bulgaria and using a website IPAY.EU has succeeded in snaring hundreds of victims with a fake website claiming to provide e-payment solutions similar to Google Wallet or Paypal, but for discounted rates.
In fact, the site is a scam, using the banking or credit card details of their victims to make fraudulent charges without the knowledge of their unsuspecting clients.
Shortly after opening an account with IPAY.EU, the victims are approached to order a debit Mastercard, which requires them to submit a copy of their passport, Identity card or Drivers License. This information is then used for identity theft and to make fraudulent debits on their bank or credit card accounts without their knowledge.
There are an increasingly large number of fraudulent websites established in Eastern European countries such as Bulgaria, Ukraine and other countries, where government oversight is lacks.
Consumers are warned never to submit financial or personal details on websites which do not belong to established financial institutions located in stable jurisdictions.
Theft of customers funds
I registered for on this fake site ipay.eu. They have a slick web page which looks alot like Paypal, but they are not!
When I registered, they asked for my creidt card number which they said was required to get a Username with the company. Immediately upon registration, they charged $1.50 on my card without my permission.
I did not complain because it was a small amount but that was a big mistake!
Afterward, they charged about 10 times amounts around $300. When I called them in Bulgaria (which is the only number listed on their website), they said they dont speak English.
Afterward, I disputed the charges with my bank, and they sent documents to my back to prove the validity of the charges, but the back checked the documents and they were all fake!
CONSUMER WARNER: My bank advised me NEVER to give such fake sites my personal details or my credit card or bank details!
The complaint has been investigated and resolved to the customer’s satisfaction.