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iOffer Scam

 

iOffer.com is an online marketplace where people buy and sell goods and carry out other forms of trade. But there is a great deal of iOffer scams going on even as the owner of the site promises to provide a safe shopping experience for all users.

Certain security measures must be taken to avoid falling victims of any fraudulent activity in the course of buying, selling and trading on iOffer. One of the most important ways to prevent an iOffer scam is to know the modus operandi of the perpetrators.

One of the ways in which people get scammed on iOffer is through fake-listing. iOffer.com is known for myriads of listings that were simply copied from other auction websites such as eBay.

The scammer lists these items on iOffer at an unbelievably reduced price which you cannot find on other sites. If care is not taken, you may be lured to think this is a good opportunity of a ‘great buy' of that product. Don't make that mistake at ordering. What scammer does is that after making a payment, what you get afterwards is just either a complete fake or an empty bag.

These scammers do this simply to have a prove that the item was sent to you if a case comes up eventually. Some of them decide to close their accounts once they have their money and open another account immediately. They do the same thing repeatedly to many people who fall unknowing into their hands. How can you avoid an iOffer scam?

There are some ways in which you can identify fraudulent listing. Always watch carefully and take note of any product that is too good to be true. Any item that is priced far below market is suspect. Though, it is true there could be deals on, it is good to still check out very well before committing your hard-earned money.

Moreover, a product with ambiguous or inaccurate description should be looked into very well before making your order. Always ensure you ask the seller all necessary information about the good. In most cases, once the seller cannot provide further details, such a product probably doesn't exist.

Better still you can as well insist the seller sends you a photo with the item and a piece of paper with their ioffer.com username and date on it. This is also very important in order to ensure that the seller truly have the goods in their possession.

Check ratings and review feedback of a seller is another good factor to determine how real the deal is. All users, buyers and sellers have their ratings and feedback left by the community. Evaluate the seller's feedback in terms of positive, negative and neutral feedback in their transaction history.

There is probability that a buyer is a scammer if their account history shows no positive ratings or that previous buyers have not received their items. Such should be steered clear of.

Above are just some of many ways through which scams are being perpetrated on iOffer. Care must be taken when carrying out transactions. Any form of iOffer scam can be avoided, if the above points are strictly noted and adhered to.

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