Some scammers translate their scams from their own language into English for example to get their message to more people and you can usually tell, because the grammar is odd. Other scammers deliberately make mistakes with spelling and grammar so that anyone with more than two brain cells will realise this is fake and not respond – leaving just the dumbest to respond.
This latest scam email is an odd one – is the scammer bad at translation or deliberately doing this?
“Hello Mr (Mrs) Sharon, I’m a student and honored to be selling t-shirts for you”.
“I have all size – color – gender. I know you love your family and want have t-shirt for family.”
“Help me have many orders”.
Then there are pictures of strange black t-shirts all with the name Sharon prominent.
To make it more obviously a scam – the sender’s name is supposedly James C. Nyman but the email is from nguythenyudung1305 @gmail.com. OOPS that doesn’t match.
No-one in their right mind should consider buying from someone like this, even if they do have any actual t-shirts to sell.
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