On Friday, a group of e5 members on the webstore were on their way to buy the popular webstore FightWebStore, which lets users browse for and buy the products they need on a mobile phone or tablet.
The site has over 3 million downloads and was created to help people who want to shop for their favourite goods on their phone or in person.
e5 has now banned members from using the site in a bid to stem the flow of counterfeit goods, according to a blog post.
The e5 group has already been targeted by a spate of counterfeit products in recent weeks, with some people claiming they were delivered to their home address.
Users of e6, e7 and e8 are being banned from the site, with e7 users being told they will be banned from accessing the site for 12 months.
The group has also been banned from using e5, which is where members can buy their favourite products.
On Thursday, e5 posted a warning on its Facebook page that e5’s products were being delivered to people’s home addresses.
“We are warning all members of the e5 Group that they are not allowed to use e5,” the post read.
“It is being delivered through e5s address and is not permitted to be used for purchases by members.
It is also not allowed for members to download or stream their favourite e5 content.
We are working with law enforcement authorities in the UK and Canada to identify and bring to justice the perpetrators of this fraud.”
The e6 and e7 groups were also among the first to ban members of e7 from accessing FightWebstore.
The e6 group has since been able to sell e5 products on the site and is currently running a sale on its website, where it is selling $25 e5 accessories.
The group has been able buy a new device that it says is the new version of the smartphone with a screen resolution of 720×1280, according a tweet.
“With our latest iPhone, we are now offering $25 AppleCare Plus service,” the group tweeted.
“You may be wondering why we are selling our newest iPhone for $25 and $30 e5 devices, and why we have only two devices on the market for sale.”