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Mystery box scam

  • by: AUtiger
  • #71542
  • May 22, 2020
  • Monetary Loss: $100
This website advertises that they sell mystery boxes for $50. They guarantee a value of $50 in every box. The items range from high end gaming chairs and headsets to mouse pads and keyboards. They say that you will get 1-5. I ordered one, at checkout they offered a discount on the second so I ordered two. I only received one box, and it had a knock off mouse pad and a light bulb. After doing some research it seems that every single person that orders these boxes gets the same thing. The resell value of the items is about $15.
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These guys got me for $100

  • by: Andrew952
  • #72170
  • May 28, 2020
  • Monetary Loss: $100
This company offers mystery boxes for $50 each claiming they could contain high end gaming chairs, Alienware pcs, gaming consoles, or gaming accessories. Upon ordering they offered a discount if you purchased multiple boxes so I ordered 2. They immediately provided a tracking number that only stated a label had been printed and never picked up, followed by the tracking number then saying it was invalid after 48 hours. Its been several weeks and they have failed to refund my money or provide a tracking number.
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