Amarktflow.com

78 reports /
Also Reported
Names:

Connie Garcia

Andrew White

Phones:

323-412-9198

520-301-8290

626-412-9041

Website/emails: www.amarktflow.com

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Unresolved

Using Wal-Mart to say I had won $, Amazon card,etc

  • by: Tange
  • #53680
  • Jan 16, 2019
  • Monetary Loss: $0
Received text with short list of potential winners
Web/emails reported:
www.amarktflow.com
Unresolved

Got scammed by www.amarktflow.com

  • by: lyvinhphat
  • #53334
  • Jan 6, 2019
  • Monetary Loss: $0
This website, www.amarktflow.com, popped up on Facebook and it said that I will have the opportunity to win a PS4. I gave this website my personal information and it also mentioned that I need to finish a survey to confirm my order for a PS4. When I reached a second step, it said that I need to download Google Play but I already have it so I pressed skip. After that, it just showed up the word "Thank you." I know that I just got scammed on this website. Please don't go to this website.
Web/emails reported:
www.amarktflow.com
Unresolved

Scam

  • by: Buddman
  • #53330
  • Jan 6, 2019
  • Monetary Loss: $0
They say u win $1000 walmart gift card try to get your info than do a survay its all lies
Web/emails reported:
www.amarktflow.com
Unresolved

Walmart gift card scam

  • by: MadandScammed
  • #53258
  • Dec 31, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $0
They asked for information to send the card and who to send it to and shut me out after receiving all the information they needed.just happened don't know what they're going to do with my information.
Web/emails reported:
www.amarktflow.com
Unresolved

Amarktflow pop-ups and numerous questioning

  • by: deeznutsgoteem
  • #53253
  • Dec 30, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $0
amarktflow.com/ is a website said to have been a scam website by many, and as of now 70 complaints have been made. It starts of by making a pop-up on any browsing you are doing. after that it says you have 3 chances to pick the right gift box to be eligible to receive a $1000 Walmart gift card. The gift box picking is actually just you get it wrong the first 2 tries and the last box you pick a fake $1000 gift card appears always. It also uses real facebook account usernames as fake people commenting on "oh I lost or I won". One is a picture of a user who just got like a 50 dollar gift card or something because Walmart doesnt give $1000 gift cards. It starts with 3 casual questions that have nothing to do with personal information. Then it asks for an email address. If you put a fake one or something else that actually exists it gives you a name that obviously isnt yours. The BBB, Better Business Bureau says watch out for rewards that are too good to be true. It proceeds with asking for financial information such as debt. It asks about your family life, are you divorced, how many children, whats their age, etc. Then it asks you do fill out a bunch of fake and irrelevant surveys that continue to more surveys and links to waste your time and find out as much information as possible.
Web/emails reported:
www.amarktflow.com
Unresolved

$1000 Amazon card prize

  • by: Traciemichele
  • #53251
  • Dec 30, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $0
Pop-op from "chrome" asking to complete a survey to be eligible for a $1000 amazon gift card drawing. Then came my instant win with an unlimited amount of questions that was profiling me, how many household members, income, spending habits, age, marital status, etc, etc. I made up info due to my concern. Never got to the end of the survey.
Web/emails reported:
www.amarktflow.com