Sovereign Weight Alliance have a new weird method for turning your body into a fat burning machine. And the first 350 takers get a discounted weight loss bundle. Maybe the bundle is just a roll of duct tape so you can tape your mouth shut to stop that pesky food getting to your stomach. There’s no end to the scammers promising magic weight loss – but they are all fake. Exercise more and eat a healthier diet to lose weight.
“The Stylish and Discreet Weapon Bad Guys Don’t See Coming – Get 1 Free”, so the email claims. What could it be? A Ferrari? A Shotgun? A guided missile? An Avalanche? Who cares? It’s all just rubbish but presumably some people fall for this. Turns out to be a concealed knife. It is sad that people sell these things.
An email to someone at the radio station who sadly died some years ago insists that he update his Netflix account payment details. Just the usual scammer rubbish.
Trish Goff wants me to review her new design of hair brush. She says she is reaching out to me because I am a beauty enthusiast. The Fightback Ninja has never been accused of being a beauty enthusiast and definitely does not need a hairbrush. It’s all fake of course – she just wants your personal details to sell to other scammers.
“Harper Smith” of autotechranking.online wants to offer SEO services, but his grammar is a bit of a let-down. “Want more clients and customers. We will analysis your website”. You can analysis anything you want but you certainly won’t get any work from us.
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