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Uses stolen images in the store and ad (like the one below). The image appears in articles like this: https://time.com/5471614/amazon-employees-bear-spray/The eagle eyed reader might notice (in the article) that the image comes from Getty images (credited to Adrian Dennis—AFP/Getty Images), and then there’s no issue…

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50 RTX 3090

One our favorite comments, because it so “out there” (it might just be a troll, we are not 100% sure, and we love it either way). If one is to believe this comment, they got 50 RTX 3090 graphics cards, which currently would be worth…

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Sega Genesis 1 Retro Console

This a weird one: people supposedly got an old/retro game console in their mystery boxes. What are the odds? (None!) The scammers probably just found an image containing “interesting electronics” and decided to use it, not caring about what the product in the image was.

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Recallfor-life-collection

This ad uses stolen videos and images. The site contains no information (beside the store listings), so no contact/business info, no “about us” page, no “Terms of Service”, no FAQ, etc.

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Clarityfor-life-collection

The site this ad goes to is called TRANSITIONFOR-LIFE, and doesn’t list any valid business or contact info (just have support@example.com as a support e-mail), but seems to be another site “run” by Funpinpin

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Quillnew-life-style

Uses stolen videos and images. Calls them selves by different names in different places. In the about section, as well as in the privacy policy, they use the name “comnew-life.site”, and the contact e-mail belongs to comnew-life as well. The text in the about section…

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