Lots of scam emails make promises you shouldn’t believe but occasionally there are some that promise little and rely on curiosity to get you to click on the provided link.
An email from Sue Washington (calces @tenaculum.date) titled “So, did you like it or no”
Tenaculum.date should be a dating agency but clearly isn’t. Use of the wrong domain name suffix normally often indicates a scammer. This is especially true when the domain name suffix is .date, .club or one of the many that anybody can buy (some domain names such as .gov in America are restricted as to who can have one)
The email starts with
“Hey, I hate time sensitive stuff but this is something I had to get to you sooner than later”
Then a link labelled “Please check this new online system out”
No explanation of what the system is or even a name so why would anybody with any sense click on such a link? I have no idea.
There’s even an unsubscribe button, which of course doesn’t unsubscribe you – it’s just a copy of the link above in the email they want you to click.
I don’t know if this sort of empty scam email works but the scammers do persist with these.
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