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Warning against mobilepower24.com

No delivery after payment

If you search online for cheap offers for smartphones or other electronic devices, you will probably find the website mobilepower24.com. It seems professional and the prices are more than compelling.

During the order process, you get a notice that your only option is to pay in advance. If you agree to do that, your money is gone without any service in return.

According to the Watchlist Internet, mobilepower24.com is a fake shop. The goods you paid for are never delivered.

We advice consumers who ordered at the website to report it to their bank and the police.

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