So, what rubbish emails and calls have there been to Brooklands Radio station in the last few days?
A typical scammer’s message – he wants to thank me for my help in moving a large sum of money (which I didn’t of course) and he has saved $850,000 as my payment. So I supply my bank details and I get paid. Er, NO. That would see my bank account getting emptied.
An advert for training on how to sell my business. The radio station is a voluntary organisation – there is no business to sell but people are too lazy to check before they waste your time with emails.
Lots of messages about pressure vacuum equipment for dealing with viscous and sticky materials. No thanks. We’re a radio station, not a plumbers merchant.
A typical scam message received more than a dozen times within a minute. Opening line says “We are looking for employees to work remotely”. The usual scam preying on people looking for work.
An email containing an attachment which is supposedly proof of part payment of an outstanding debt. Of course the attachment is a virus carrier designed to infect our systems.
These people just waste our time and clog up the Internet with rubbish.
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