The email is a large glossy picture of a women’s hair meant to look sexy and fun. The words ‘Have an Affair’ and ‘There’s no risk’ appear repeatedly.
There are huge numbers of these spam emails in circulation suggesting someone is putting a lot of effort and probably money behind the campaign to attract women looking to have an affair or perhaps just interested to see what the offer is about.
The real targets of the fake websites behind this promotion is actually men as they are often willing to pay to be put in contact with women willing to have affairs, whereas women generally don’t need to pay in this way.
The whole thing is just a con.
You may remember the infamous website Ashley Madison which became very popular up to 2015 and its sales pitch was about people having affairs.
What male users didn’t realise is that it was setup to fleece them rathe rather than as a form of dating site.
If you want to have an affair – don’t use a website or you may be caught out as users of Ashley Madison were when data on all of it’s users was made public.
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