An email claims to be from intuit.com but they are a software company we have no dealings with, so that’s fake. It says that our bill is attached and payment has been taken from the registered credit card. All lies of course, the scammer has no idea who to email has gone to as it’s been blasted out to probably many millions of email addresses on a spam list. There is an Excel format file attached which is supposed to be the order, but no chance we would open that file to no doubt find lots of malware.
Yet another ransomware attempt in the email. This one with the title ‘You have outstanding debt’. The scammer claims he has cracked my passwords and has access to my email accounts, has remote control over my computers and has copied all my files etc. The message is 2 pages long talking about personal data and the damage he can cause by releasing personal video clips, files etc. He wants payment of $1450 in Bitcoin. It’s a shame that the Bitcoin addresses can be traced back to their owner so they can be prosecuted. The email is just a pack of lies from a sad pathetic scammer, to be ignored.
There are endless emails to all of the radio station email addresses and many to email addresses made up by scammers in the hope of guessing a real email address. Many say your email account is blocked or is out of space and you need to buy more or that messages have been held etc. They are all attempts to get us to login on their fake web page that will simply steal those details to pass to the scammer. A latest one has more details than the usual. It has a list of supposed emails that are held up – Purchase order 546102399, AP Invoice 5145241122, PI remittance 345143454111 and several more. Makes no difference – it is all fake. I wont be clicking the Review Mailbox button which is a link to sadremitnerdpool.ovh which is definitely not our email provider.
An email claims to be from Majid Al Futain but the sender’s email address is actually sales @okt-tralier.com. He wants to give us millions of dollars. Sad, pathetic scammer wont be getting a reply.
“Dying priest reveals closely guarded Vatican secret” is the ridiculous title of an email. It goes on about deathbed words and how this secret is online but you must watch the video now before it disappears. The whole story is just a scammer’s fantasy to get people who like conspiracies to click the video. Pathetic rubbish.
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