The email is titled “Are you a genius but don’t know it?”
A long boring email with all of the usual sales pitch, references, supposed proofs, pseudo-scientific information etc. but sadly it all amounts to nothing worthwhile.
“Did you realise that there is a secret method out there that is allowing people to increase their memory capacity by as much as 500%?”
“This top secret method will literally have you double how much you can hold in your memory in as little as 14 days”.
And so on.
The email tells you that with a super power memory you will be a genius as you can learn anything you want.
There is a lot of free information online, in books, TV programmes, training courses etc about various ways to improve your memory and these do work, if you put in the effort, as shown by various stage mentalists such as Darren Brown.
The methods used are not secret – they are very well known. But they do take effort which is why we haven’t all taken the time to learn such tricks.
However, a “super-power” memory does not make anyone a genius – there’s a world of a difference.
If you want to improve your memory then read the relevant books or go online to find such information.
But don’t fall for these pathetic attempts to scam you.
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