“Hot Brew is Shrinking Tummy Fat” says the message but there’s no such thing as a drink that targets stomach fat and the idea that drinking one cup of anything will instantly remove all fat from your stomach is ridiculous fiction.
Shauna tells me I have a new payment in my personal account, but I must to verify my payment details immediately or it will be deleted. I don’t have an account with the unnamed company and she doesn’t even know my name as the salutation is just “Hello”. No thanks Shauna – keep your scam to yourself.
The message claims there is a new skincare trick that women and men are using to look 10-20 years younger in just a few seconds. This secret comes straight from Beverley Hills – the world’s capital of skincare. Perhaps Beverley Hills is the capital of cosmetic surgery but it’s not where the cosmetics industry is based. Just a standard scam making a ridiculous claim.
Did you know? This potent vegetable caused Cathy to lose 56 lbs of stubborn ugly diabetic fat from her belly and hips. And reversed her type II diabetes. No. I didn’t know that, but then it’s obviously not true. There is no such thing as diabetic fat, there are no vegetables that make you lose belly fat – your body reduces the fat storage overall when you eat less calories than you burn, not just in any one area. The message also warns that you mustn’t eat this vegetable more than twice a day or you will lose fat too quickly. Utter rubbish for very very stupid people.
A standard phishing email claiming to be from our website hosting company but the scammers don’t know who that is – their emails are generic so are clearly lies. It wants me to click on a link to verify the new contract terms and conditions. No thanks scammer.
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