ED Magedson – Founder
ask-wippy.com Fraudulent debit from bank account Internet
I applied for an introductory offer from Lotto24.co.uk to receive some free gambling funds and a free gift for an introductory price of £2. Checking my bank statement I found the £2 had been debited by ask-wippy.com, not Lotto24.co.uk and that, the next day, a further £35 had been debited on a subscription basis. I had never heard of ask-wippy.com until I saw my statement.
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