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Fake Website Scam Warning

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Police are asking for public assistance in tracking down a man and a woman currently in Brisbane in relation to an elaborate scam using fake trading websites.

More than 126 people have fallen victim to the scam which is believed to have netted around $110,000 so far.

It’s alleged the pair created numerous websites offering heavily reduce-priced items in exchange for cash, however when victims purchased items from the website, they never arrived. Items advertised on the websites include BBQs, air-conditioners, outboard motors and gym equipment.

Some of the websites registered in the fraud include:

airconditionerexperts.com.au

appliancediscounters.com.au

appliancespecialists.com.au

bbqdeals.com.au

gymsource.com.au

outboardcentre.com.au

bbqmaster.com.au

expertfitness.com.au

mercurymarineoutboards.com.au

outboardmarine.net.au

outboardmarineonline.com.au

outboardmotors.com.au

bbqarena.com.au

gardenoutdoorsales.com.au

outboardmarineyard.com.au

suzukioutboardmotors.com.au

barbecuesales.com.au

bbqmasters.com.au

Police would like to speak to anyone who has any information in relation to the whereabouts of the people pictured and would also like to hear from anyone who may have fallen victim to the scam.

You can contact Policelink on 131 444

 

 

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