Online consumers scammed by rogue companies
Recently reported in Spain they have been a few arrests regards to road businesses online who are sending consumers parcels of salt.
If father in Spain, Malaga, 52 years old along with his two children were accused of selling online products which were electronic on a legitimate looking website and it failing to deliver once the transaction was made.
Instead of having mobile phones and game consoles delivered, consumers and she received packets of salt or heavy parcels which contained bricks.
Things like this should not be taken lightly as customers are losing their hard earned money. Authorities should be stepping in to put an end to all of these scammers.
The trouble with these scammers is the fact that they do look legitimate so its hard to tell a legit shop apart a scammer. One of the things we can do to check is to call the company, usually scammers will not leave their real or any contact number.
Something else you can do is to see if there is a physical address, scammers will not put an address on their website for obvious reasons.
Most places to shop online are perfectly safe and you will not have any issues dealing with them, but it is always worth looking out for the few rogue companies out there.