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lunes, 13 de abril de 2020

Fraudulent websites examples to lure online users

COVID-19 crisis is driving the global growth of e-commerce sales, with millions of citizens worldwide in quarantine shopping for goods online. Online fraud has always been there, but it is specially at the current time when everyone should be fully aware. 

In order to raise some light how these fraudulent websites looks like, below you can find a small extract of real examples of fraudulent websites targeting famous brands but also common goods. All those fraudulent websites were captured and flagged with desenmascara.me and online tool to help you know whether a website is legitimate or not.

If any good is purchased through any of those websites or any other similar, 3 things could happen:

  1. You will not receive any good at all.
  2. You will not receive any good at all and your credit card information and personal data might be stolen
  3. You will receive goods but will be fake and low quality 

Screenshots of fraudulent websites. If you are a brand owner and would like to remove you brand from these list just let me know. This content is just to raise awareness of fraudulent websites trying to lure online users.




Fig 1: Counterfeit-related website targeting KN95 respirators face masks




Fig 2: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Adidas brand





Fig 3: Counterfeit-related website targeting Agatha Ruiz de la Prada brand




Fig 4: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Aldo brand



Fig 5: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Armani brand



Fig 6: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Asics brand





Fig 6: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Calvin Klein brand



Fig 7: Counterfeit-related website targeting the CAT brand



Fig 8: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Clarks brand




Fig 9: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Converse brand



Fig 10: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Dr Martens brand



Fig 11: Counterfeit-related website targeting the ecco brand among others



Fig 12: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Giuseppe Zanotti brand





Fig 13: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Golden Goose brand 




Fig 14: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Hogan brand among others



Fig 15: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Hugo Boss brand




Fig 16: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Hunter brand




Fig 17: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Kipling brand




Fig 18: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Moncler brand



Fig 19: Counterfeit-related website targeting the New Balance brand



Fig 20: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Pandora brand




Fig 21: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Pepe Jeans brand



Fig 22: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Petzl brand



Fig 23: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Reebok brand





Fig 24: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Saucony brand




Fig 25: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Skechers brand



Fig 26: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Supreme brand





Fig 27: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Timberland brand




Fig 28: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Tommy Hilfiger brand




Fig 29: Counterfeit-related website targeting the UGG brand


Fig 30: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Under Armour brand



Fig 31: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Vans brand




Fig 32: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Vibram brand




Fig 33: Counterfeit-related website targeting the Football brands



Fig 34: Counterfeit-related website targeting several toys brands




Fig 35: Counterfeit-related website targeting several Sun Glasses brands




Fig 36: Counterfeit-related website targeting bathroom goods brands




Fig 37: Counterfeit-related website targeting kitcheen goods brands