Fake Inov8 Ireland website
|Richard Leahy||Dec 17 2021, 10:29am||If you do a Google search for 'Inov8' the first result returns, https://www.inov-8shoesireland.com/. Even though it is a paid Google Ad link and has a valid https cert, it is a criminal site trying to steal your money. It looks exactly like the .com site but all the prices were too good to be true so I contacted Innovate via their .com/ site and they responded to tell me the Ireland site is a scam operation they are attempting to get shut down.|
|Pól Ó Murchú||Dec 17 2021, 11:29am||Some good deals there though :-)|
|Conor O'Farrell||Dec 17 2021, 12:55pm||Super! Thanks for the link Richard! ;-)|
Seriously though, I hope you didn't get stung.
|Richard Leahy||Dec 17 2021, 2:27pm||Didn't get stung but stupidly had inputted my details (non-financial) before I realised all the items on the site had big discounts|
|Dean Nooney||Dec 17 2021, 2:42pm||3 weeks ago I paid for 3 pairs of hoka recovery sliders for xmass gifts on what looked like a light site hoka ireland, just found out I was scammed and the discount wasn't massive, pretty muck what they are on sale for now so please beware|
|Dean Nooney||Dec 17 2021, 2:43pm||(Much)|
|Jeff Swords||Dec 17 2021, 4:19pm||No contact details and every word capitalised in their shipping and returns section is enough for the Grammar Police to kick in doors and crack some heads. |
As to the type of website the fraudsters previously hosted, or stole the format from...
"All Body Piercing Is Dispatched In Clear Plastic Bags And Sealed".
A nice spin off with what to do with the extra gpaphene studs maybe?
|Ray Lonergan||Jan 20 2022, 9:02pm||Looks like there may be another possible fake Inov8 website called inov-8ireland.com. It looks convincing but prices too good to be true.|