The email claims to be from WEMTAS, whatever that is, but in fact is from infom @koomkin.com
And asks for a “Quatation”.
Many scam emails deliberately use misspellings and poor grammar to ensure only the most gullible will reply.
The sender claims to be interested in our products although he clearly has no idea what we do or sell.
He wants a reliable supplier who can supply a long term customer ship.
Maybe that’s meant to say relationship but if he does want a ship – he’s looking in the wrong place.
The email address, company name and address are all fake and obviously so.
The company claims to be based in America but if they cannot find someone to write an intelligible email, they’ve have to be in a bad way.
What does the scammer want?
Presumably to find out if the email address is Live and if people do reply asking for further information then he will have gullible people hooked and ready to be scammed. It’s a sad statistic that even the most ridiculous and obviously fake such email will get some responses.
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