“New arrivals for your pets, visit our shop today and get -10% for all products”. The message is from healthxfrank @aol.jp so there are no pet supplies, just a scam.
A message that starts with “Keeps your house clean automatically” then goes on about this wonderful new product called Clean Bot which is meant to be a robot vacuum cleaner. There are various such robots on the market ranging from cheap and useless to expensive but superb. This one claims to be cheap and super powerful but runs on just 2 AAA batteries. Any vacuum cleaner running on just 2 AAA batteries would have all the suction power of an exhausted asthmatic mouse. However, the robot cleaner doesn’t exist – it’s a scam.
A nameless idiot from mynlabority.top states that “Doctors can scream this is medically impossible all they want but they can’t deny the lab test results”. That’s because there are no lab test results, just a scammer offering a magic remedy for diabetes that supposedly makes all diabetes drugs useless. The only useless thing is the scammer.
A message screams the headline “See The Truth About Blood Pressure Meds” but the content is actually an advert for GPS tracker for trucks. A sad moron sending out spam messages. I hope no-one ever buys their product even if it actually exists.
Some people love a good conspiracy and many scammers like to try to promulgate conspiracy as a way to get people interested in whatever lies they are peddling. This email is full of attempts to impress such as “Secret NASA funding Revealed” and “The Second Biggest Source of Energy After the Sun” and “A device built by NASA engineers”. It’s all pointless targeted at anyone dumb enough to click the links to supposedly find out this massive secret but the only thing hidden is the scammers greed.
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