The email is titled “Insane Message”. It isn’t insane but anyone who replies to it must be as the next line is “Proof there is an unusual fish that helps you burn fat.” Nope. Not true – just a scammer trying to think of something other than the wide variety of fruits and vegetables already used in this simple scam.
Mr. Moon Jang asks if we can share $18,400,000 in an abandoned fund left in his bank. I Just have to reply to the email. Sure. Send me the money and if there are any charges to be paid first – well, you work at a bank so you can afford those.
An email from Sam Sam claiming he works with 70+ IT professionals and offers SEO services, Online Reputation Management and Content Writing. Sam Sam’s email address is a ridiculous one (123rkunfu) ending with Yahoo.com so he obviously works alone and may well be a scam artist.
Publishers Clearing House tell me I’ve won $850,000 in the lottery PCH Sweepstakes. I just need to send them name, address, phone number etc. in order to claim. However, they don’t know my name and I didn’t enter such a lottery so it’s just a simple phishing email after my personal details which they can sell on to other scammers.
An email claiming to be from Microsoft but is actually from excel.delivery and it contains an attached EXCEL file which the scammer wants me to open as its labelled September Report. No thanks – no doubt its virus laden.
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