Are We A Scam? (Updated 2019)
To learn More About: Reloading Scams
If you didn’t know reload pack scams (Moneypak, Netspend Reload Pack, Paypal Reload Pack, Reloadit, Vanilla Reload Pack, Green Dot Cash Reload etc.) are very common. There are several versions of this scam that scammers use. As a rule of thumb NEVER GIVE ANYONE YOUR VALIDATION CODES, PAY WITH A RELOAD PACK DIRECTLY! or send a WESTERN UNION PAYMENTS UNLESS YOU TRUST THEM.
So what about us? Are We a scam? How do you know? Well for starters we are not requesting that you provide us a reload pack as a payment method, in fact we are the ones providing you with the reload pack so if there’s anyone that should be concerned about being scammed, it’s us. Users can easily dispute their transaction with our company through chargebacks (which is why we often have to limit the amount of members we accept to keep a certain atmosphere of ethics).
A List of Things To Look For In A Scam Website
These are a list of things we look for to protect users when dealing with online scams many which we write about to inform you.
- Look at a website domain extension. Scammers use all types of domain extensions but favors .xyz and .us extensions. So if you come across a website using something like FreeMoney.xyz or FreeMoney.us you should be careful.
- Find out when the domain name was registered. This will give you an idea how long a website has really been around. Scam websites are becoming harder to detect because they are professionally designed now. Search the websites domain name using Icann Whois tool to establish their registry history.
- Any website requiring personal information from you should be using a https:// protocol on that page with a lock symbol next to it. This is to keep your information secured.
- If any website is asking you to put in your validation codes to check your balance, run the other way. The issuing company’s are the only websites that can check your account balance. Other websites that claim to check your balance are phishing websites disguised to lure you into providing information to steal money from your card.
Here are a few other reasons you can trust us
- We are registered with the state government of New York
- Our Certified D.B.A is posted openly on our site for transparency.
- We have all of our information openly displayed to our users
- We have past transaction history with very little to no complaints
- There are little to no complaints against us
- We are also verified on Google Plus & Facebook
- You can actually contact people on Facebook who have won Free MoneyPak Cards online with us. All it takes is finding out who won and asking if they really received it and the process involved.
Here are transaction screenshots of our previous customers: (2 separate emails were used in our old system at the time). Instead of putting quotations around the customers word to display testimonials we wanted to show you the actual email conversation with the customer’s consent to prove our testimonials are not fake or made up.
“This site is perfect! also very handy. It saves me trips to the store to purchase these cards. I will continue to use reloadpacks.com. Great site! Great Service”
Related: Moneypak Scam 2016