Facebook crossbow scam using our brand. Beware of Scams: Hunt World USA Issues Public Warning

🚨 Attention all Hunt World USA Customers 🚨

It has come to our attention that there are fraudulent activities occurring under the guise of our brand, Hunt World USA. We want to clarify that we do not sell or giveaway crossbows, and we are not associated with celebrities such as Ted Nugent and Blake Shelton in any promotional activities. Scammers are utilizing our reputable name to offer free Crossbows, claiming that you only need to cover shipping costs. We want to alert you that this is unequivocally a scam.

Here's what you need to know:

  1. Deceptive Shipping Charges: Scammers are falsely advertising free Crossbows and only requesting payment for shipping. However, this shipping charge is not legitimate. Even if you're told it's just for shipping, scammers may end up charging more than the initially stated amount.

  2. No Product Delivery: Despite making payments, you will never receive the promised product. These scammers are only after your money, and there is no intention of delivering any merchandise.

What should you do?

  1. Stay Vigilant: Be wary of any suspicious offers or websites claiming to represent Hunt World USA without our explicit permission. Report such instances to platforms like Facebook and TikTok, and authorities to prevent others from falling prey to these scams.

  2. Contact Your Bank Immediately: If you've fallen victim to this scam, act swiftly. Contact your bank or financial institution to cancel any transactions associated with this fraudulent activity. Consider requesting a new card to safeguard against further misuse.

At Hunt World USA, your trust and safety are paramount. We are committed to upholding the integrity of our brand and protecting our valued customers from deceptive practices.

Thank you for your attention and cooperation in combatting fraudulent activities.


Hunt World USA Team

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