Awareness Store

Awareness Store

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Published: 15 December 2020

Posted by: Anonymous or “Awareness Store” on facebook is a total scam. Fraudulently pretends to be a non-profit, misleads customers by saying things like “help us spread awareness” and sells trinkets that resemble those sold by real nonprofits for fundraising. Horribly unethical online seller. Not sure how they sleep at night, because much of their sales is to people with the illnesses they say need “awareness”… nice way to capitalize on the suffering of others for monetary game. You’ll find no contact information on their website or facebook page at all. They registered their domain name with hidden identity. There’s a reason they hide who they are. I only hope people will redirect their money to real awareness organizations rather than this fraudulent scam.

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