Pureserenitybliss.com

8 reports /
Also Reported
Names:

Maria

Francess

Cristine

Website/emails: www.pureserenitybliss.com
Unresolved

Fraud website. CC theft

  • by: joelo
  • #81165
  • Aug 17, 2020
  • Monetary Loss: $0
Stole CC when signing up, and tried to use it.
Web/emails reported:
www.pureserenitybliss.com

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Unresolved

Phishing scam cc info stolen and tried to use it

  • by: Ronnie75
  • #81632
  • Aug 25, 2020
  • Monetary Loss: $0
A girl sent me a booking link for a massage then when i sent the info said my cc number is wrong, the girl then sent me another link with hidden 4 subscriptions to various sites unwillingly so i did not validate that one... And the next morning i received a text from my bank telling me someone tried to use my cc when i was sleeping...
Web/emails reported:
www.pureserenitybliss.com
Unresolved

Massage scam through Tinder and instagram

  • by: Dogeatdog
  • #83836
  • Oct 3, 2020
  • Monetary Loss: $0
Met a girl on tinder she had an instagram. She was a massage therapist. Bookied on line. It got declined. I called bank and they declined the transaction. I locked my card.
Names reported:
Maria
Web/emails reported:
https://pureserenitybliss.com
Unresolved

Massage Scam / CC Theft

  • by: Climberdude777
  • #83902
  • Oct 4, 2020
  • Monetary Loss: $0
Found this service on Instagram. Her username was francesshot23. She offers full service massage services and wants you to pay 3$ to confirm an appointment. Will not give out zip code of her spa location. Demands the credit card validation for continuation of information and appointment placement. I checked online for scam info and found similar transactions involving CC theft. When I asked for zip to validate that this is not a scam, she immediately blocked me.
Names reported:
Francess
Web/emails reported:
https://pureserenitybliss.com
Unresolved

Fraud/Scam by invitation to massage

  • by: NaturePanda22
  • #85313
  • Oct 24, 2020
  • Monetary Loss: $39.99
I met a girl, CRISTINE, in Tinder first and she write in her profile that it is good to add her account(christinaa046) in Instagram. And I did it and sent a message to her. During conversation, there were nothing strange. She said she was a therapist and she could give me a massage and she introduce the website, i.e. https://pureserenitybliss.com/, to book with paying fee for time duration of massage. I thought first this process was not strange, but after I completed to input reservation, the web site did not react anything, but the fee of 40 dollars was charged to my credit card. I asked her to check my reservation was completed or not, but she said she couldn't find anything about my reservation. Then, I felt it seemed strange, so I asked her to refund, but she didn't reply anymore. I have already stop my credit card and ask the bank to re-issue with new number, so the amount was only 40 dollars, but the web site and the girl, CRISTINE, were suspicious. My 40 dollars have not been refunded yet.
Names reported:
Cristine
Web/emails reported:
https://pureserenitybliss.com
Unresolved

Link subscribed me to another website

  • by: Bartman
  • #85847
  • Nov 2, 2020
  • Monetary Loss: $31
Met someone called Jadey on Tinder. This followed to Instagram. The massage sounded legit. She sent me a link to book the appointment. Twice failed then another link got approved only to send me to www.sugarmommys.com. I quickly googled it and was a dating website in Jamaica. I informed her and she said she told her manager and was shocked. She sent me another link saying from her manager but was the same html link. She didn’t realise I worked within IT. I said to her the link has been hijacked by a Jamaican website. After more searching I’ve found these other complaints same as mine. I emailed the Jamaican website threatening legal action as this was card fraud and they have said they will return my money so watch this space?
Names reported:
Jadey
Web/emails reported:
www.serenitybliss.com