Watch out for https://servicesgift.com/store/uk/?dom=pippoplaced.com who pretend to be Currys PC World.
Clicking an option will take you through to a page at: https://hit.lovemild.com/gb-en/
Which is here:
If you look at the top of the screen shot you can see that there is some fairly indistinguishable text. That text reads:
All new customers participate in the prize draw for the shown campaign product. If you are the lucky winner, you will be contacted directly by email. This special offer comes with a 3-day trial to an affiliated subscription service, after which the subscription fee (18.99 GBP every 14 days) will be automatically deducted from your credit card. If, for any reason, you are not satisfied with the service, you may cancel your account within 3 days. The service will be renewed every 14 days until cancelled. This campaign will expire on December 31, 2021. If you wish to participate without signing up for a 3-day trial to e247salonyay, please sent an email to [email protected]
This is exactly the same deal as we saw the other day with https://safe-checkoutportal.com/consumergoods/amazoncompetition/us/ the other day where they are trying to get you to sign up for a subscription service without your knowledge to get some charges from your card when you are receiving nothing other than entry into a prize draw that you have no proof of the existence of.
They all seem to use http://community.inbranded.co to maintain their spammer databases.