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BOG OUT Scam Alert! Beware Fake Bogouts

Watch out for scams selling unauthorized or even fake Bog Outs!

Videos and adverts on social media look legitimate but scammers have copied and used unauthorised BOG OUT media in order to take your money.

These Ecommerce websites offer cheap deals on bogout, but they are scams and not legitimate. Beware, they are unauthorised and could be fake copycat Bog Out replicas.

Bogout scams are offering cheap BOG OUTs -just half the price!  That’s impossible! They have never purchased from BOG OUT and are not legitimate distributors.

Even their customer reviews and customer photos are not real, again, fakes copied from our legit bogout customers on Amazon!

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Fake bogout adverts

Be careful, the copy bog out could be poorly made, not tested properly. Even worse, the fake BOG OUT could fail during recovery causing injury or damage.

That’s if they do send your fake bog out, maybe the scam is just to take your money.  This is a new bog out scam.

Unfortunately Bog Out scammers are everywhere and don’t care about your safety and needing a reliable product for recovery. We have uncovered hundreds of social media adverts that have reached thousands of people. The fraudsters are using BOG OUT videos but the link does not go to our website.

For over six years, BOG OUT has designed, tested and made in Australia. We use very high quality materials and production carefully controlled, locally to Cairns.  It is not possible to produce bog out at same prices offered by these fake imposters.

Remember, the old adage, if it seems too good a deal to be real, then it probably is…

SO HOW CAN I BE SURE I HAVE THE REAL BOG OUT?

Finally, a BIG thank you to the many customers that reached out to advise us of the fake bogout scam. If you see these adverts please let us know.

Best regards

Charlie and Paul

Comments (9)

  • Richard Bona/ co TKOF Sverige AB Reply

    Found this page of you want to take action.
    ***link deleted ****/bog-out-turns-your-wheel-into-a-winch-gets-you-unstuck-from-anything

    /Very satisfied customer of the REAL Bog Out!

    July 18, 2020 at 1:03 pm
    • Charlie Aubin Reply

      Thanks Richard – we appreciate you letting us know and are taking appropriate action.

      July 20, 2020 at 8:31 pm
  • John Lime III Reply

    Hey, just an FYI, I ran across this today. I like your product. I will be ordering a set before I go off-roading again (next summer). Hope you can do something against these internet fraudsters.
    Take care.

    John

    ***ADMIN DELETE LINK***products/bog-out-turns-your-wheel-into-a-winch-gets-you-unstuck-from-anything*******

    July 19, 2020 at 12:15 am
  • Michael Reply

    Yes seen these fake adverts on face books marketplace.
    If face book know about this then why do they let it continue.

    July 20, 2020 at 1:41 pm
    • Charlie Aubin Reply

      Hi Michael, thank you for letting us know you’ve seen ads on social media we have our legal team working on the matter. Reports have been made to Facebook but we need more input from the community. If you see any advert that you don’t like, you are able to report it by clicking on the 3 dots on the right hand side of the advert. Similarly,you can report these scam Facebook Pages by using the 3 dots located under their banner. Unfortunately, Facebook needs to see a lot of reports before it will take action.

      July 20, 2020 at 8:29 pm
  • Ty Reply

    The old saying always allies, “If it seems like a great deal….”. Good off-road gear isn’t cheap and there’s a reason for that. Safety and reliability. You’d think they’d be wiser than to have a website named “hairoily” if they want to get away with their scam. I’ve reported the fake website as a scam.

    July 21, 2020 at 10:21 am
  • Doug M Reply

    After being robbed by a facebook scammer I am now doing a one man crusade.

    If I spot any further ads I will forward the details, if you want them.

    Here’s the screen shot of hairoilydotcom

    July 24, 2020 at 10:32 am
    • Charlie Aubin Reply

      Thanks Doug

      July 27, 2020 at 8:00 am
  • Doug M Reply

    https://hairoily**admin deleted link to suspicious website**dotcom

    Ad found on Facebook, reported as scam but they never respond. On the FB ad they were called Explorego at hairoilydotcom but the ad link was https://bit.ly/**admin delete**

    Hope this is helpful.

    Will facebook ever control scammers. They can pickup pathetic misdemeanours from individuals why cant the filter scammers? Or are the ad fees more important?

    July 24, 2020 at 10:37 am

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