What Is Iglee.Co and Why Did They Apparently Scam A Mother Out Of Her Money So She Could Not Give Her Kids Christmas Presents?
The founder of Iglee.co (www.iglee.co) is invited to come forward to answer the above question, if the report is to be believed as real. We have clearly come across a report that has compelled this article and we are asking all people to come forward to leave your own ‘Iglee’ Reviews in our comments. ‘If’ this is true then we have to say that ‘Iglee’ is nothing but a scam site to avoid.
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What Is Iglee.co and are they really stealing from Mothers and their Children by not Delivering Paid for Goods?
Some reports you read and they just hit a nerve. So I am not happy to have read that report that apparently there is a lady, who left her report at the BBB.org claiming she could not give her children Christmas Presents, on Christmas Day, because they have not arrived even though her card was charged by Iglee.Co! This is truly a new low for humanity to steal from children if that report is true. If the founder is legit, and offended, take it up with that lady. We are simply relaying the information.
The Image Below was Taken from the BBB.org/scamtracker/us.
And so I can not of course verify this new low of cyber-crooked activity and so now let us get on with the rest of this short article.
Iglee.co was registered 2019-01-30 for one year and updated that on the 11th of 2019. One year registrations is deemed to be suspicious by online security industry experts and with good reason. Most of the time this may indicate a hit and run scam site whereby they set up a rogue site for little time, scam others, and run for the hills with profits without delivering the goods.
We are not saying that about Iglee.Co only that it is common with fake sites. And so they have left nothing about themselves when they registered their domain like a founder name or a business address.
So now we must go to their site and see what they have left for their customers in terms of business transparency.
info@iGlee.co is their email address and only they have left a contact form. When sites are fake those contact forms are very handy indeed for phishing people. When they have enough big data of peoples personal information then they can sell that on for thousands.
Please be wiser where you leave your personal information online as even bigger multi billion dollar tech giants are after your personal data. E.G. There is going to be an onslaught of 5G products coming to the market shortly.
This 5G is going to cover the globe so much so that there will be nowhere on Earth not covered by a frequency that is dangerously greater than our Earth’s atmosphere
There is proof that this frequency actually causes illness in people over prolonged use. Anyways, these 5G products will be tracking all things you do in your life whether you know it or not.
You will see as your privacy has become the new gold rush and so you must discipline yourself now to hold it with more respect then to leave it on sites with a scam report like the one we have shown above.
SCAM! IGLEE.CO IS A SCAM – FRAUD – SCAM! Please leave your own reviews about them in the comments and i dearly hope you will be many that does this. It is not just because of the report but because they have intentionally hidden all of their business information. How are we to expect to do business with an e-store that hides this data, and yes of course, the report tipped it to ‘SCAM’ for me, as my personal opinion. Perhaps your experience was better? Let us know either ways in the comments below.
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