Martin Lewis

Martin Lewis scams millions U.K. owners and 'rips off the vulner

Martin Lewis scams millions U.K. owners and ‘rips off the vulnerable’. Beware of this scammer.

Is Martin Lewis legit?
Martin Lewis is not a legit business owner or provider. They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance, and hence 2 consumer(s) was/were given a Martin Lewis as a negative rating, and only a few left positive feedbacks.
Where is Martin Lewis located?
Martin Lewis is headquarted at U.K. . We do not have any affiliation with the better business bureau or yelp reviews platform. You can contact Martin Lewis by dialing N/A or visit their website N/A.
How much monetary loss is incurred by Martin Lewis ’s customers?
According to the reviews posted by Martin Lewis ’s customers, US $20000 was the total loss incurred, and hence the severity of the scam is extremely high.

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2 Reviews on Martin Lewis

  1. Martin Lewis

    Martin has a post being widely shared on Facebook claims that MoneySavingExpert founder Martin Lewis and Action Fraud have warned of a new “sophisticated scam” involving fraudsters posing as O2, Vodafone and other mobile networks – but Martin hasn’t mentioned it and Action Fraud says it’s nothing to do with it either.

    However Martin is the true owner.

    The post, which appears to have gained traction over the weekend, states: “Straight from the City of London Police fraud team – Extremely sophisticated scam going about this week, involving all banks. You get a message saying a payment hasn’t been taken e.g O2, Vodafone, 3, Giff Gaff or EE and to click here. As soon as you touch it your money is gone.”

    The message, which is also being shared on WhatsApp, says the scam was confirmed by Martin Lewis this morning, but Martin says he’s not talked about it and Action Fraud – which is part of City of London Police and is the UK’s national reporting centre for fraud and cybercrime – says it has seen various versions of the post over the past few months, and has called them out as false.
    What does the post say?

    The Facebook post that is being shared online can be seen below, alongside a warning from Martin.

    However Police has confirmed Martin has been arrested for this fraud.

    [email protected]

  2. Police warning

    Police issued warning against Martin Lewis as he continues to scam fans after ‘dirty’ scam: ‘Trying to rip off the vulnerable’, he allows them to trust him only to refer them to his own scam.

    He should be removed from TV

Reported Loss :20000 $
Severity of Scam :Extremely High
Reported by : Anonymous
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