I received a text from my bank to verify a charge of $69.90 from lffcard.com. I don’t know anything about that charge or site, so I declined it.
Upon further investigation starting with the website itself, I found a huge red flag right from the start that lffcard.com is a scam.
In order to gain access to the site you must enter your card information. All legitimate websites have a landing page where you can view and read about the product or service before even signing up or make a purchase. This seems to be a one page site to collect your information.
I called the number provided on the page and it took me to a call center. The gentleman I spoke to was polite and clearly an American. He explained to me that he was providing customer service for multiple companies, and had no knowledge of lffcard.com services. Another huge red flag.
The below information is from Scamadvisor.com
Why does lffcard have a very low trust score?
lffcard.com has a very low trust score which indicates that there is a strong likelyhood the website is a scam. Be very careful when using this website!
When our algorithm automatically reviewed lffcard.com we looked at many factors, such as the ownership details, location, popularity and other factors relating to reviews, fake products, threats and phishing. A trust score is created using all the collected data.
Although the website seems to have a very low rating, be aware that our algorithm is not perfect. It may not be a scam but a legit and safe site. It is therefore always wise to do your own research as well.
The SSL certificate is valid (source: Xolphin SSL Check)
This website does not contain phishing or malware according to Flashstart.
The owner of the website is using a service to hide their identity on WHOIS
According to Tranco this site has a low Alexa rank
High number of suspicious websites on this server
This website seems to prevent credit card chargebacks
This website is (very) young.
This website has been marked as threat by DNSFilter in the last 30 days