Giveawayblessings.com messareview : scam exposed

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Everyone wants to win something unexpectedly. The excitement that comes with the winning can make you overlook the fact that it might be a scam. Be sure to do your research before following any instructions given by these people who claim that you’ve won something. This review is about giveawayblessing.com emails that they’re sending some people.

About giveawayblessing.com

They’re sending an email with a link to giveawayblessing.com and you’re required to follow instructions on the link. The email also says that you’ve won electronics. They also instruct you to pay money for delivery of the won items.

Verdict

If you’ve received this email you’re advised not to follow the instructions on the email because it’s a scam. Bare in mind that whenever you are asked to pay money for delivery of anything it’s actually a way to get hold of your account details and deduct more money from your account. If you have had any encounter with this online store please feel free to leave a comment below telling us about the experience you had with them.

2 comments on “Giveawayblessings.com messareview : scam exposed

  1. Sylvia

    Got a text today claiming it was from Amazon about a change in my order but turned out to be a come on from a company called giveawayblessing.com. I played along for a minute and took the survey. Of course, my second choice unveiled winning an iPad Pro. Where I stopped was when they asked for my credit card number. It felt very scammy to me.

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