PS Game Space

PS Game Space Scam: How It Works

Attention gamers! Beware of the PS Game Space Scam and its fake reviews. Located at psgamespace.com, this is a fraudulent website allegedly having Christmas deals on PlayStation 4 and 5 items. Avoid it at all costs, as this platform belongs to a pack of bogus sites – also including PSgamesgroup, PSgetting, PSgamespace – that have nothing but the same design and victimize people worldwide.

PS Game Space pretends to sell PS5 and PS4 for low prices, but you can rest assured the offers are fake. Here is s screenshot of their homepage:

PS game space scam

The biggest red flag of the PS Game Space scam is that this domain name – psgamespace.com – was only registered a couple of weeks ago. Meanwhile, at the bottom of the footer page, it reads: “PSgamespace 2008-2020. All right reserved”. Sure, for a 14-days domain name, that’s a very believable statement.

Fake PS Game Space Reviews

On the other hand, you can imagine that all the PS Game Space reviews are fake, just so that victims keep inputting their credit cards. As the holiday season just kicked off, don’t be surprised if you will see a hundred other variations of the ps-something domain names in the next few weeks.

However, look at the present design and remember it, as the scammers will just change the logo and the domain name. This is a type of fraud that criminals perpetrate throughout the whole year, whether it is about Boxing Day, Christmas, or Black Friday.

Before getting into how to report scammers, here is something else very useful:

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PSgamespace.com: How To Report

The Internet is full of crooks. Let your family and friends online know about the PS Game Space scam by sharing this article here on social media. Also, you can officially report cybercriminals and other suspicious activities to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) using this link below:

Report To The FTC Here

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Meanwhile, educate yourself with some other gaming fraud-related articles right under this paragraph, so that you know how to stay safe online. Feel free to use the Comments section below to expose other gaming scammers.

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2 thoughts on “PS Game Space”

  1. I recently purchased 2 Sony ps 5 digital consoles for 238 each at psgamespace.com they sent me a receipt and everything said it was paid through PayPal using my credit card information. No products so far

    1. Open a dispute case in PayPal. I did the same thing. Ordered a console for $139.00, then one hour later I ran across this fraud article. I got Paypal on the phone and they guided me to their Resolution center online. I opened a case and sent them links from two websites about the fraud taking place through this company. They communicated with the seller, and reversed the payment. Then, the seller posted shipping information as if to prove they are legitimate. I told PayPal I will be refusing all packages from them. PayPal said I don’t have to refuse it, if it does show up on my doorstep, but the credit stands. Good luck

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