Hacking Elewelt.com down

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So elewelt.com is down and no threads about it.

I still had an order open, which did not arrive yet because out of stock. How do I get in contact now to get the card or my money back?

Anyone else in this situation?
 

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Ive never heard of this site before I would call your card holder and check for any recent transactions that sound like your purchase and attempt a refund through your cardholder if your order has not been processed or shipped yet.
 

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Ah that makes a lot of sense. I will wait for them to get back to me after chinese new years.
 

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