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Protect Yourself from Fraudulent Scams Impersonating Absolute Web

We would like to inform the public about an internet scam where a scammer is falsely using our name and brand identity to defraud the public. We have engaged digital forensics experts and are working with legal professionals and law enforcement to address and combat these scams.

This dedicated page on our website is part of our effort to educate and protect individuals like you against these scammers. Below are some facts about these fraudulent activities to help safeguard you against getting scammed.

What You Need to Know about the Scam:

  1. Scammers are impersonating Absolute Web on platforms like WhatsApp and Telegram and through fake websites (see examples below). These entities are using our logo and brand colors to impersonate Absolute Web.
  2. These scammers are posing as recruiters from our company (or other staffing companies such as CornerStone Staffing) and offering employment or business “boosting” opportunities. They are fraudulently asking for payments through cryptocurrency wallets and other means to either “boost” eCommerce products or secure employment.
  3. This scam is sophisticated and designed to exploit trust. The use of cryptocurrency for payments makes it challenging to trace and recover funds.
Protect Yourself from Fraudulent Scams Impersonating Absolute Web
Protect Yourself from Fraudulent Scams Impersonating Absolute Web

How to Protect Yourself:

If you receive any suspicious messages, employment offers, or “boosting” opportunities on Telegram, WhatsApp or other way, linked to Absolute Web, these are not from Absolute Web and this is an attempt to scam and defraud you.

Always verify any communication or offer claiming to be from Absolute Web. Our job listings are only posted on LinkedIn and Indeed. We DO NOT recruit through any employment agencies or other third parties.

If you’ve received any or communications, please submit screenshots or other relevant documentation via our Contact Us page. By reporting suspicious activities, you can helping us track down and prevent these scammers from causing further harm.

Scam websites posing as Absolute Web

Websites that impersonate the Absolute Web official website can be found on various domains such as .com, .cc, .live, .net, and more.

They may also have different variations of our name such as: absoluteweb-website, absoluteweb-boost, absoluteweb-crypto, and absoluteweb-pro.

Protect Yourself from Fraudulent Scams Impersonating Absolute Web
Protect Yourself from Fraudulent Scams Impersonating Absolute Web

Below is a list of known web addresses involved in scams.

  • absolutetwebboost.cc
  • absolutewebs.cc
  • absoluteweb.cc
  • absoluteweb-websiites.com
  • absoluteweb-websiite.com
  • absoluteweb-websites.com
  • absoluteweb-system.com
  • absoluteweb-website.com
  • absoluteweb-creative.com
  • absoluteweb-agency.com
  • absoluteweb-advertise.com
  • absoluteweb-forward.com
  • absoluteweb-app.com
  • absoluteweb-la.live
  • la-absoluteweb.life
  • absoluteweb-apps.com
  • absoluteweb-la.life
  • absoluteweb-popular.com
  • absoluteweb.live
  • absoluteweb-boost.com
  • absoluteweb-elevate.com
  • absoluteweb-evolve.com
  • absoluteweb-optimise.com
  • absolutewebdk-grow.com
  • absoluteweb.life
  • absoluteweb-grow.com
  • absolutewebaka.net
  • absoluteweb-sys.net
  • audit-absoluteweb.com
  • absolutewebcore.com
  • absoluteweb-pro.net
  • absolutewebapp.net
  • absolutewebstore.com
  • absolutewebhosting.org
  • absoluteweb-app.net

EXAMPLE OF SCAM MESSAGE REPORTED BY VICTIMS

Message:

This is my referral code:XNM2UL

[10/28, 11:33 AM] Roger Delauer: Hi I’m Roger Delauer an agent from Absoluteweb, I got your contact number through a Amelia Max message saying you were interested in finding out the job description, right?

[10/28, 1:28 PM] Roger Oelauer: Ok This is an online job, the job role will be agent and our responsibility is to boots the items

[10/28, 2:11 PM] Roger Dclauer: Our company Absoluteweb’s main job is to help merchants improve their item data, your role here is to become an agent on the Absoluteweb platform to help all low-sales merchants improve their item authenticity data to achieve their goals in return!

[10/28, 5:19 PM] Roger Oelauer: Just make sure you’re working every day and you’ll make at least $6,000 USDT in I month.

[10/28, 7:37 PM] Roger Delauer: It’s easy to do, all you have to do is log in to the workbench provided by Absolute Web, boost 40 item to earn commissions, and upon completion of the projects, you will receive a daily total of cash commissions and profits

I’m just trying 10 get clarification. Please email be I can’t always answer phone.

EXAMPLE OF SCAM MESSAGE REPORTED BY VICTIMS

This company had asked me to work for them to make a review on different products and every review I made I make money which of course I put my money into it then I get it back after 40 sets of reviews are completed. So while I was doing reviews the cost of each reviews are getting higher, I struggled until it reached to $6k. I told them I don’t have the money to compensate this much for a review and they told me flat out that I have to finish the review before I can get my money back. There is no way that I can pay that much anymore. Now, they are refusing to give me my money at least give me what I put in and they can have the profit back but they won’t. So they closed my account on their site and took my money then block me on the group which are only very few people and I believe it was just the same people playing just so they can get money from someone. The person that recruited me, her name was Agnes from remote jobs solutions, her WhatsApp number (218) ***-****, and the person who showed me about this job, his name is Lucas and his WhatsApp number (208) ***-**** and I paid my money through their customer service on telegram @absolute Customer Service US-23 (Telegram).

On the group chat, they already removed me and some other people that also was part of the people being scammed as well. These are the people and their names and numbers on WhatsApp Makula +1 (262) ***-**** , Joanne +1 (501) ***-****, Beau +1 (409) ***-****, Bella +31 ********, and another number +91 *****-*****.

EXAMPLE OF SCAM MESSAGE REPORTED BY VICTIMS

Message:

Someone that I don’t know contacted me on Whatsapp from France .. please see the attachment and see if it’s a scam or something?