http://privacyprotect.org

Privacy Protect Scam

Many illegal websites use the services of http://privacyprotect.org to cover up their tracks and hide their identity, one of such fraudulent websites is www.bestofpanel.com when I lost money with them, there was no way to contact them as they have no email on their website, no number, nothing so I dig up their whois and find http://privacyprotect.org I write them an email complaining about what was happening with bestofpanel but till date I have gotten no response. Its very obvious that http://privacyprotect.org is in the business to aid scams and frauds and cover up for them.

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2 reviews on http://privacyprotect.org

  1. Very true

    Everything said is true.

  2. Got an email with giftcard on fre diesel fuel

    After a couple question like do you have a car etc. I cam to a new site where I only pay 9 norwegian krones for 5000 giftcard for fuel .. Both sites have different and very suspecius urls .. It said it was from Shell Company, but the first adress wass gasgg.luckparadise.com and that is for sure not a Shell company website .. The email sender had a totally different strange adress to .. So I went to who.is and found out that they most probably had to private name-servers possible operated from a private property, home maybe .. In their own website you can submit abuse of domains, when seen all info they required I saw that this could be used to do alot of different scams against the submitter, take over the domain, get it suspended and multiple hacking attacks .. So I will put this on every public website I own because this is 100 % just scam and bullshit ..

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Reviews:2
Reported Loss :200 $
Severity of Scam :Extremely High
Reported by : Anonymous
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