TiviMate Scam – Stay Away from Fraud IPTV Websites!
This news story covers a TiviMate Scam where a fake live TV player has stolen TiviMate’s name and image for promotion purposes.
TiviMate is one of the best IPTV players available and is used by millions of cord-cutters.
Scams and frauds are extremely common when it comes to unverified IPTV services and applications. There are likely new scams created every day.
Earlier this year we saw BestBuyIPTV scam thousands of users with fake websites with their TROYPOINT IPTV Scam.
Now, it appears a popular live TV player is being targeted by scammers.
While doing some research on TiviMate, we stumbled upon a fraud IPTV website claiming to be the “official TiviMate.”
If you do a simple Google search for the term “TiviMate,” you will likely find the following results:
The Google Play Store link for TiviMate is listed at the top of search results, while underneath is a “tivimate.org”
This website claims that users can “Access more than 4,000 channels for only $10 per month.”
After doing more research on this fraud website, they even offer more subscription plans and accept several payment methods.
If you come across a website claiming to offer live channels and using the TiviMate name, make sure to avoid it at all costs.
Again, TiviMate is a live TV player and not a service. The official TiviMate runs from their Reddit page which you can access below.
This site stays up to date with all of the latest TiviMate news and the most recent version of the TiviMate APK.
Those looking for an advanced version of TiviMate can purchase a TiviMate Premium account with tons of advanced features.
Payment for this can only be made via the TiviMate Companion App which is available in the Google Play Store.
This is the ONLY option to purchase TiviMate so if you find another website claiming to offer TiviMate for a fee, it is definitely a scam.
Because there are so many of these websites popping up, it is more important than ever to protect your privacy from Unverified Services and developers.
At IPTV Wire we also have ZERO affiliation with any live TV service, application, or add-on.
Unfortunately, we wouldn’t be surprised if there’s an IPTV scammer out there using our IPTV Wire name to scam users.
Please DO NOT ever provide payment information for a service pretending to be us or any popular technology website.
Overall, it will be interesting to see what other IPTV scams come around in the near future.
Legal IPTV Options
It’s impossible for IPTV Wire to determine whether unverified IPTV services, apps, or add-ons hold the proper licensing.
If and when an IPTV service is deemed illegal, we notify our users immediately and update reports on our website like this one to reflect that information.
In conclusion, the end-user is responsible for all content accessed through free IPTV apps and paid services.
See our detailed guide below for more information on the legality of IPTV and everything you need to know before streaming.
For 100% verified and legal IPTV providers, see the options listed below:
fuboTV is one of the most popular paid legal IPTV providers among cord-cutters around the globe, especially sports fanatics.
The best part is fuboTV offers a 7-Day Free Trial for new users! This means you can try the service hassle-free.
This IPTV service offers three different plans with the most popular for $69.99/month for over 115 channels and DVR.
Philo is a solid option for those who enjoy entertainment and news channels. This service costs $20.00/month for over 60 channels and unlimited DVR.
Just like fuboTV, Philo also offers a 7-Day Free Trial for new users! This is a must-have feature when choosing any IPTV provider.
Pluto TV is another popular free and legal IPTV application used by millions of cord-cutters.
This free IPTV provider offers hundreds of live channels along with thousands of movies and TV shows.
Check out our Pluto TV guide below for more information.
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