If you’ve ever been scammed by eCommerce sellers and have no idea how to get out of it, this article will help you get out before it’s too late.
The eCommerce scammer’s business model is the same as the one used by Amazon.
They make a product or service for you, then they charge you a fee to have the product or services delivered to your door.
The scammer then claims they will give you the product when you buy it.
It’s a scam that can take the form of a “free delivery” or “free return”.
It can be made to appear as if you’re getting a product as a result of a free shipping offer, and when you pay the money, you will be refunded the money.
There are a few scams that use the same basic business model as Amazon.
You can read more about Amazon here: Amazon Scam: How to Avoid Amazon Scams.
There have been numerous scams in Australia, including one that claimed to be from the Australian Federal Police (AFP).
The AFP told News.au that the scam was made up of a man who would send someone a text, and would then call them up to make a “quick delivery” to the address.
When the call was made, the scammer would ask the caller for the correct amount of money, then charge the caller up to $250 to “make a quick delivery”.
They would then claim they were receiving the product.
If the caller was unable to pay, the scammers would say that they would have to “take a delivery”.
If the scam artist doesn’t receive the product in time, they will claim that it’s “out of stock” and that the “product will be sent later”.
The AFP said that they were working to track down the scam and make the information public.
The AFP has warned the public that the scammed individuals are known to the Australian Public Protector’s Office (APPO), the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), the Federal Court, the Royal Commission into Trade Practices and the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).
If you or someone you know is being scammed, call the Australian Consumer Safety and Insurance Corporation (ACSIC) on 1300 679 787 or report it online.