Last weekend I noticed that there was an advert on Amazon.co.uk advertising new Robox01 for just £598.00.
Thinking this was either a great opportunity to acquire more Robox’s or a con trick (the later being by far the most likely) I emailed Cel the details and questioning whether the seller was authentic. Needless to say Cel replied very quickly saying that it was a con. Later that day I went to report the seller to Amazon only to find the seller was no longer ‘active’. 🙂
Knowing how these con-artists work, i.e. close down one account and open up a new one, I have just checked Amazon.co.uk and the same offer is now being made by another seller, Robox01’s for £598.00. I am of the opinion this is yet another ‘con’ as the adverts of the original con and this presumed new one are identical.
Just hope very few people or indeed no one is caught by this apparent con.
I have just spoken to the company (Brandon Limited, website: bradanbiosecurity.com) who confirm this is a con and there Amazon site has been hacked. Apparently over £40k has been so far conned out of unsuspecting buyers on the hacked site.
REMEMBER: ALWAYS CHECK EXTRAORDINARY GOOD DEALS OFFERED, IF THEY SEEM TO GOOD TO BE REAL THEY USUALLY ARE.
This topic was modified 4 days, 2 hours ago by Bill Roy.
@billbo Thanks for posting this Bill – as they always say, if it looks too good to be true, it is! If anyone has any enquiries about sales/resellers etc. the best option is always to contact us first at email@example.com – a full list of authorised and affiliated resellers can also be found here – Where To Buy