Scam Alert 2020: List of scammers so far

Scammers are everywhere these days aren’t they? If you’ve been following us over the years and have purchased anything from our website (www.seagm.com), you’d know that we’ve got a huge library of products available. There are of course, other websites which sell these products, some of which are using the SEAGM name. These are what we call scam sites, and we’ll be listing them all down below.

Scam Sites

Over the years, there have been a number of sites which have been carrying out scams. As stated in the intro, some of which even went to the extent of using the SEAGM name. We’ve compiled a list of these scam sites, and in the year of 2020, we have these so far:

There has also been more of these sites over the years, even as far back as 2012 and 2013:

Of course, there are more. Please do take a minute to look through our list of scammers using Itunes Gift Cards as payments. You can also read here, and here regarding the scammers we’ve listed above.

Once again, we would like to remind everyone that SEA Gamer Mall has no affiliation with these websites which are unauthorized. SOme of which offer periodic subscription services. It’s a scam.

We take scams very seriously, and SEA Gamer Mall would like to remind all customers to be cautious and buy only from trusted vendors or websites.

SEA Gamer Mall will not be responsible for any of the scams. Should you, our valued customers find yourself in doubt about any particular sites that carry the SEAGM logo, name, or any of our identification visuals and / or text(s), please do not hesitate to contact our customer service via our 24/7 live chat on SEAGM’s official website. 

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