“Car Industry Engineer Revolutionises DIY” so the email claims. This is a typical scam email headline – obviously rubbish but designed to attract suggestible people.
The scammer’s message contains the usual scam rubbish about professionals wanting this secret banned. They cannot claim as is usual with these scams that the big corporations want to stop it – because DIY isn’t about big corporations, just individuals and their high street DIY supplier.
The message says it’s a secret, then the next line says that over 10,211,459 Americans are already using this ‘secret’ . Well if only 10 million people already know it then must be kept secret.
What is it supposed to be?
“This quick carpentry hack will turn anyone into a Da Vinci of woodwork, even if they can barely hold a hammer”.
That is a strange image and not something that anyone with more half a dozen brain cells should countenance for an instant.
If anyone wants to learn DIY skills – there are training courses and lots of manuals available and good old YouTube of course. But they shouldn’t expect miracles – it’s a long learning curve.
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