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50 unknown card transactions: how to cancel them and get a refund?

In this article, we present to you a list of 50 transaction labels to keep an eye on: if one of these labels appears on your bank statement, this indicates that you have subscribed to an online service. We detail the origin of these samples, and...

50 purchase titles to watch out for: what to do if you see one of these names on your account (cancellation, refund)

In this article, we offer you a list of 50 direct debit titles to monitor: if you have a transaction on your bank statement that indicates one of these titles, this means that you are subscribed to an online service. We explain...

Complete guide to avoiding big brand scams

Navigating the world of online shopping can be as risky as it is rewarding, especially with the proliferation of scams exploiting the names of big brands to defraud consumers. This article is your shield against these practices, providing...

They infiltrated a network of scammers: they tell the story!

Gem alert! These journalists infiltrated a network of scammers? How it is possible ? They tell ! The video How we infiltrated a network of scammers available on YouTube takes us to the heart of a captivating investigation, revealing the underbelly of a network...

iPhone, Dyson, Netflix subscription… the top 10 objects and services that can hide an internet scam

In today's digital world, internet scams have become commonplace, exploiting consumers' attraction to high-tech products and popular services. From the latest smartphones to streaming subscriptions,...

The Smart TV box scam: access all paid channels and streaming platforms

An Internet user reported to us yesterday this new scam which would have us believe that a magic box allows FREE access to all channels, all platforms (Netflix, Disney, Amazon Prime, Apple TV and all the others):.. .

Consumer alert: SPORTS BOXING on mcdigitale.com, we investigated!

Sharing information can be a safeguard against online scams. If you find this article useful, do not hesitate to spread it on your social platforms such as Facebook or Whatsapp to educate and protect the online community. 💌 Boxing...

Facebook scam: Alessandra Sublet victim of the fake “Immediate Code 3.0” program

Deception on Facebook: the image of Alessandra Sublet usurped for the benefit of the false program "Immediate Code 3.0" The digital world, with its countless advantages, also has its dark sides. Popular platforms like Facebook are becoming targets for...

Counterfeit brand sites: watch out for minelli-online.shop

Online counterfeits: minelli-online.shop is not Minelli! When it comes to shopping online, caution is advised. The world of e-commerce is full of good deals, but it also hides some formidable pitfalls. We will talk to you...

Temu voucher and surprise box scam: what to do if your bank details are shared?

The scenario is always the same: "I paid €1,95 with the aim of taking part in a draw to win vouchers on the new Temu site. They made a withdrawal of €65,85 € into my account using my bank card. Without my consent...