Have you received a $29.99 charge from Elevate Jewls on your credit card or debit card? You’re not alone! Lots of people have reported being charged by Elevate Jewls for services they’re unsure of. This article shed a light on What Elevate Jewls is, why you’ve a charge from them, and How to cancel membership/subscription.

What is Elevate Jewls?

Elevate Jewls (Elevatejewls.co) is an online subscription service that works with many online businesses. It acts as a middle man for some online stores like Zorofit.com, Zovani, waterfalls.co, tryhoudini.us

Once you purchase something off the websites you are automatically added in a subscription based membership without your notice.

Why do I have a Charge from from Elevate Jewls?

You’ve a charge from Elevate Jewls because you bought something from a fraudulent website that tricked you into a subscription trap. On the order page, tiny prints says ”By placing an order, you agree to the full terms and conditions and privacy policy as well as enrollment into our monthly auto-bill Elevate Jewls VIP program where you will be billed $29.99 per month until you cancel your membership

Result: there is an active subscription linked to your credit card or debit card. As a result of this you’ll get billed $29 each month.

How To Cancel Elevate Jewls Membership Subscription

  • Visit Elevatejewls.co
  • Click on the Membership Cancellation page
  • On the top header of the page you’ll see the words ‘Submit a Ticket here’
  • Once you click on it, you’d be led to a contact form page to provide your email address and complaints (Do not put the last digit of your credit card number)

How To Completely Stop Elevate Jewls Charge After Canceling Subscription

Call Your Credit Card Company and Request For a New Card

If the two attempts were unsuccessful, you can get your money back and cancel subscription by following the instructions below –

  • Report unauthorized transactions to your card holder immediately. You may get money returned IF you report immediately.
  • Request for a new credit card

How To Avoid Subscription Trap Scams Like Elevate Jewls

  • Read the small print (terms & conditions) carefully before entering into any agreement or making a purchase, online or offline, no matter however long this may take.
  • Make sure the terms & conditions box has not been pre-ticked.
  • If you subscribed for a free trial make sure you cancel the subscription before the due date if you want to cancel it.
  • Never provide bank details to companies without doing some prior research beforehand.
  • Keep a copy of any advertisement (print it or take a screenshot) that you reply to, and to keep a note of the webpage.
  • Check your bank/payment card statements regularly for unexpected payments.

What To Do If You’re a Victim of Credit Card Fraud:

Inform Your Credit Card Issuer

Immediately contact your bank and inform them of the fraudulent transaction. You could do this by either reporting the fraud in their app or on their website. If fraud is confirmed, the issuer will likely cancel that card and issue you a new one with different numbers.

Update Your Passwords and Enable Two Factor Authentication

The second step you should take is updating your passwords. Make sure you check all of your other credit card accounts to see if they’ve also been compromised. It’s important to note that, even though only one card may have suspicious charges, you can’t be sure how the fraudster got the information. So make sure you change all of your passwords and PINs just to be safe.

Report the Fraud To Relevant Authorities

Report the scam to relevant authorities and organizations. This includes:

  • Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3): If you are in the United States, you can file a complaint with the IC3 at https://www.ic3.gov/.
  • Your Local Consumer Protection Agency: Contact your local consumer protection agency or the equivalent regulatory body in your country.
  • Better Business Bureau (BBB): File a complaint with the BBB if the online store is based in the United States.

How To Protect Yourself From Scam Websites That Steal Credit Card Details

Aside from the obvious too good to be true discount sale, here are other ways to identify a scam website;

Check Website Registration Age

How old is the website? The domain age of a website tells a lot about a store’s legitimacy or transparency. Websites below 6 months old are often considered unsafe. You can find out a website’s age by checking on Who.is ( a free domain checker tool)

Find Out If The Website Has SSL Encryption

find out if the website is secured with SSL encryption. (https and padlock symbols). If the padlock symbol doesn’t appear near the website’s URL, then it means your personal and financial information is at risk at the store.

Verify The Business Address

Does The website provide return address? If Yes (Copy the address and paste on your browser. Google map would show if it is a real warehouse address or a residential address) If the address has also been used by other websites you’d see reviews in search results.

Search For Reviews Online

Are there customer reviews online? (It is advised that you sit it out if there are no customer reviews of the store. However if you’re not patient enough to wait you can send a mail to us to verify if the store is legit)

Final Thoughts

You are being charged by Elevate Jewls because you bought something off a shady website and you were automatically added in a VIP paid membership for free deliveries.

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By Judith Davidson

I am Judith Davidson, a Cyber Security Professional. I am the founder, Investigator and Author of Snoopviews.com. I started working as a Cyber Fraud Researcher in 2019 when I saw lots of people falling victims to fraudulent websites pretending to sell disinfectants, masks and wipes during the Covid19 pandemic. Since then, I've saved millions of people from online scams.

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