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Winjackpot4life.com

First analysis date: 06/13/2023
Domain creation date
04/11/2023 (Less than 2 years)
Domain expiration date
04/11/2025 (Less than 1 year left)
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The owner of the domain name is hidden in the Whois
User reviews on Scamdoc
(Average rating of 1 out of 9 Reviews)

9 Reviews / Comments


Reviews and comments left by Internet users are sorted in chronological order and are not checked a priori

  • D 06/25/2023 at 09:40 AM

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    It is a scam says onething does a different thing

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  • Glenn 07/05/2023 at 03:46 PM

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    I was scammed. the cost was for shipping, ~$6. Emails in inbox appear with several purchases on undisclosed items.

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  • Henry 07/15/2023 at 01:54 PM

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    Scammers for sure. $6 shipping charge for a "won" iPhone and fraudulent charges to a sports apparel company. Here are their headersX-Arc-Info:

    policy=fail; arc=none
    X-Clx-Shades: None
    X-Apple-Uuid: 608fbd9d-0d90-47c7-aeec-f46e2c5b3916
    X-Mailgun-Sid: WyI0OWU2YSIsInNldHRpbmcuc2tpZmZsZS0waEBpY2xvdWQuY29tIiwiZTIyNTZjIl0=
    X-Proofpoint-Orig-Guid: TKaSz4Sl5WcNjIksoBEg-HkvCICGuebu
    Original-Recipient: rfc822;hcm614@icloud.com
    X-Proofpoint-Guid: TKaSz4Sl5WcNjIksoBEg-HkvCICGuebu
    X-Icloud-Hme: p=setting.skiffle-0h@icloud.com; d=www.winjackpot4life.com; f=hcm614@icloud.com; r=to; s=info@winjackpot4life.com
    Return-Path:

    0h=icloud.com_at_winjackpot4life_com_99tdgnttc50866_bc40e78d@icloud.com>
    Mime-Version: 1.0
    Authentication-Results: bimi.icloud.com; bimi=skipped reason="insufficient dmarc"
    Authentication-Results: arc.icloud.com; arc=none
    Authentication-Results: dmarc.icloud.com; dmarc=none header.from=winjackpot4life.com
    Authentication-Results: dkim-verifier.icloud.com; dkim=pass (1024-bit key) header.d=winjackpot4life.com header.i=@winjackpot4life.com header.b=czQ6WFm2
    Authentication-Results: spf.icloud.com; spf=softfail (spf.icloud.com: domain of transitioning bounce+d49e59.e2256c-setting.skiffle-0h=icloud.com@winjackpot4life.com does not designate 143.55.232.12 as permitted sender) smtp.mailfrom="bounce+d49e59.e2256c-setting.skiffle-0h=icloud.com@winjackpot4life.com"
    X-Mantsh: 1TEIXW1kfG1oaGkNHB1tfQV4aGBoTGB0aGBEKTEMXGxoEGxsYBBsbGQQbGhAbHho... Read more

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  • Slash96 12/14/2023 at 12:30 PM

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    Definitely a scam, complete a survey to win a Dyson. Then bogus charges to two totally different companies.

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  • crash 12/22/2023 at 11:23 PM

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    theyre crooks not only scammed out of 7.95 shipping but a few days later my card was getting charged for places i never heard of had this card over 17 years no problem till i fell for theyre scam they ought to catch an hang these people

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  • Becky 01/12/2024 at 01:28 PM

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    After reading these reviews, I'm cancelling my credit card so no more charges ($7.95 shipping) are made. Have not received the I-Pad as yet.

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  • JB 02/15/2024 at 08:09 PM

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    It's a scam. Charged 7.95 shipping but never received the item ordered. Received order confirmation and then told I had paid to enter a contest. After that they hung up the phone.

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  • Jcm 03/27/2024 at 09:33 AM

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    Scammers for sure, thankfully the bank caught it.

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  • Amalyn 04/12/2024 at 08:13 AM

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    Charged 7.95 for a "won" laptop, two days later an 84 dollar charge. Called and was told this is a subscription fee? Where was all this in your promotional ad? Scammers

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