Offering free electrical power is a common scam, particularly popular in the USA.
Some scammers offer simplistic rubbish and some write complex messages filled with technical jargon trying to convince the reader they know what they are talking about.
This latest scammer goes for a mixture – some technical jargon but she really cannot be bothered putting in the effort to make it seem realistic.
e.g. “Our factory has all kinds of professional; test equipment”
or “we keep exploring its very best in the way of depth of power innovation”.
Or “Bionics design”
Or “Extremely aesthetic design”
Her email address is alexy @marching.com and there is a website at marching.com but it’s loaded with malware so best avoided.
She is supposedly selling an outdoor power station but part of the description means her product is actually a power storage device not a power generator.
All rubbish. If you actually want solar power or other outdoor forms of power generation – find accredited products and never reply to unsolicited email messages.
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