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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

AVOID AYURVEDIC UREA SCAM SELLERS HERE'S HOW!

LEARN HOW SCAM SELLERS TRICK YOU?
Tips to avoid Ayurvedic Urea scam!

1) When you ask them UIC and SERIAL NO. they would say :- "We aren't allowed to share uic and serial no. because its very confidential, we will give you numbers once you buy or pay money" (Avoid this scam, never buy from anyone if they hesitate to provide you uic and serial no.)

2) They try to make you feel obligated towards them. Scammers use persuasive psychological tactics to make you part with your money. Some may offer a free gift or assistance to make you feel obliged to return the favor.(Just like "ayurvedic urea for free" video posted on youtube) Remember, you do not owe the scammer anything so don't be pressured into giving them something(money/your precious dollars) in return.

3) Awesome offer or Unmissable opportunity or SALE - The terms 'last chance' or 'limited offer' are often used by scammers to make you act fast. They don't want to give you any time to check if their offer is real before you commit to it. They offer you Ayurvedic Urea at ridiculously lower rates like $750, $1000 etc(all scam don't buy don't fall)

4) Try to become your friend - Scammers know that if they develop a friendly relationship with you, you are more likely to listen to them and go along with whatever they are suggesting(pay them money). Some scammers access groups of people in churches or community groups, online forums, facebook groups, local communities and gain their trust. While the investment or offer appears to be going well, they can recruit new victims on the testimony of other people already in the scheme. 

5) Scammers will say they are approved or associated with another organization(mostly official website) or government agency(high ranking officers) to convince you of their legitimacy. They hope that you have heard of these organizations so you will trust them. They might also say they are a professional broker or third party dealer. Even if they sound professional and have slick brochures and documents to send you, they are working to a carefully crafted script.

6) Phone calls - Professional Scammers can call you endlessly or try to keep you on the phone for a long time. They present you with promises of delivering product instantly after payment is done. Most of the professional Ayurvedic Urea scammers are located in Nigeria and getting a USA or UK phone number is very easy for them or anyone. Just google free US or UK phone number. The scammer proves you that he/she is located in US or UK but later tells you to wire money to Nigeria.

7) Many scammers create professional-looking websites to prove to you that their product is real and worth the money they want you to pay. Beware of flashy professional looking websites.

Regards,
AyurvedicUrea.com

18 comments:

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    1. yes I do see lots of scammers in craiglist these days.

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  2. Buyers be careful these days..

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  3. Ayurvedic Urea is a product that makes you taller. Ayurvedic Urea works guaranteed. Lets salute this world's famous medicine and promote it. The more we promote or give it publicity we could expect to reduce its prices which is completely unaffordable..

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  4. Hi. I have sent many emails but get no response. I am wonder how do I buy it?

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    1. they might be out of stock because it's so rare.

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  5. I have tried it. Everyone wants to try it. Email them and you will
    get what you want.

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  6. This is getting ridiculous now!! now there's this blog where people claim they have been waiting for like two years to get their package? wtf? what if I order in August, will i suffer the same fate? why so long?!

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  7. are they still out of stocks? when will the stocks be available? or this is another marketing strategy to create demands and raise the price?

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  8. When will they be in stock

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  9. saved myslef last night almost fell in a uk seller scam and was about to wire 15k via western union. asked uic serial he provided fake numbers. I am saved.

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    1. but dude why would you even try to buy it from some one else when the official website has 4 inch pack for 20k ,common sense has to tell you that you could just save more money to buy it here since you got 15k already

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    2. 5000 is not a joke man I could have saved 5k if he supplied me real one but he was a scammer. Now I will buy from this site.

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