Matthew's Investigations

The Scams section covers the many scams that are present in both retail and internet business. The difference between the articles written by me and the mainstream media is that I don’t treat retail businesses with “kids gloves “, unlike many media outlets who hate on the internet because it is hurting their sales.

InnoHosting: Fraudulent Bait-and-Switch WebHosting

InnoHosting: Fraudulent Bait-and-Switch WebHosting

InnoHosting is an “American” web hosting company who claim to offer the “the most reliable and affordable #WebHosting”. Though $4.25 per month for 1GB of webspace is not exactly what you would call affordable when you can get that much space for $8/year or less but the 24x7 support might add like $1/month on to the costs for the WebHost. The InnoHosting Webhosting Location Bait-and-Switch On the 24th October 2019, GazCBG posted a thread on the popular web hosting niche forum; LowEndTalk.
The Fake 1080P Action Camera Being Sold by Argos

The Fake 1080P Action Camera Being Sold by Argos

Argos is one of the most well-known retailers in the UK. With the company having over eight-hundred stores across the country, you are rarely far away from one of its locations. Like many other retailers, Argos also has a large number of items on some kind of special offer at any given time. One of the products Argos has on sale in its clearance section is a Vibe 1080p Action Camera which at just £14.
MikeyFnBrennan: Fortnite Livestream V-Bucks Giveaway Scam

MikeyFnBrennan: Fortnite Livestream V-Bucks Giveaway Scam

MikeyFnBrennan is a Fortnite YouTuber with nearly three-hundred thousand subscribers. Even though he is one of the scumbags who uses clickbaity thumbnails, he is lucky to even get a few thousand views per video. The Scam Livestream A few days ago, MikeyFnBrennan “live-streamed” his old Fortnite clips, which he did so under the premise of a V-Bucks giveaway. According to the description; codes for V-bucks will be shown every twelve to fifteen minutes.

Acuta Technologies: Tech Support Scammers who Pretend to be Visa

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Is TelerainMD/telerainmd.com a Scam?

TelerainMD is a “California based (more on that later)” company which claims to offer “24/7 Unlimited Medical Consultations” with “US board certified doctors” for just $19.95 per month (or $29.95 for the whole household). Around two weeks ago, fob911 posted on scammer.info that he received a phone call on his landline phone, offering to cover everyone in his family for “online doctors and specialists” services with no co-pays for just $29 per month.