“Big energy is scrambling to have this energy breakthrough shut down immediately” is a typical scammer’s email headline promoting a supposed new invention from ancient Scotland that lets you power your house with energy from the sun but doesn’t need any solar panels. The scammer is trying to power their bank account by stealing from gullible people but there’s no energy breakthrough.
Apparently a new coffee recipe is leaving doctors stunned as it magically fixes any memory problems and fights off dementia. Now, the caffeine in coffee does give perk people up and can marginally improve memory recall but coffee doesn’t have any magic ingredients and certainly does not fight off dementia except in the mind of an evil scammer trying to take advantage of people scared of dementia.
Yet another magic diet drink appears – as advertised in emails. This one is called a revolutionary brown drink and makes your body lose weight in days. No, just another dull scammer who cannot even think of a better description than ‘brown drink’.
“Doctor’s can scream this is medically impossible” is a typical email headline leading to a scam. This message is about a fruit that erases diabetes. Supposedly it makes your blood sugar drop almost instantly. The reality is it takes time for your body to digest a drink, so an instant reaction is not going to happen for anything that affects your blood. A ridiculous scam.
More emails from companies claiming they can save you money on gas and electricity bills. Some of these are genuine but pointless as you would do better trying one of the comparison sites. Other such messages are from Marketing affiliate websites such as tradedoubler.com and try to direct you to whoever pays them the most. To be avoided.
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