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Fake shop dust-buster.eu

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The webshop "dust-buster.eu" offers brand vacuum cleaners at cheap prices. Consumers reported to us that they never received a delivery.

Direct debit is the only available payment method. The customers transferred the Money, but never actually got the product.

Our Research showed that "dust-buster.eu" is a fake shop. Neither the company name nor the VAT ID number can be found in the respective registries.

We strongy warn against ordering from "dust-buster.eu! If you already transferred money, we advise you to report it to the police as a case of fraud.

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