Notice about scammers who pretend to be usfine workers!

Usfine Date: Oct/04/13 12:57:50 Views: 1670

Dear customer,
Recently,there are scammers who pretend to be USFINE workers,and send email to customer for account information,this cause a lot of customer lose account.So here, USFINE state that we would never ask customer for account information and order information via msn,if anyone ask you for the informaiton,please log in our site: www.usfine.com,try to report the scammers to our live chat operator,or report to our official email: [email protected],please be careful if they ask for your account information. We just want to protect customer's account safety,so please cooperate with us,thanks very much.

 

www.usfine.com

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