2 reports /
Also Reported

Lynn G. Rudolph





Website/emails: www.uvcent.com

Roku.com activation scam

  • by: Gnar6Gnar
  • #46403
  • Mar 24, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $0
I was trying to activate my roku.com stick and I was having difficulty. When I couldn't get it done I was redirected to this website without knowing. It had a number to call for help. I called it and was on the phone with a man who said roku.com switched there policy and now charges for there service. I said that didn't sound right and he hung up. I wanted to report it so no one else get caught be the scammers.
Phones reported:
Web/emails reported:

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Scammed by company named uvcent

  • by: persephone
  • #61781
  • Aug 13, 2019
  • Monetary Loss: $100
Netflex and Roku for lifetime. I tried to tell him I didn't have cable he told me that didn't matter. I spoke to 2 guys--Jordan and Sam.
Names reported:
Lynn G. Rudolph, Jordan, Sam