There’s always lots of spam emails to the radio station claiming to be from some company or other interested in our products and wanting details on our products. E.g. “We have inquiry about your product, could you send your latest catalogue with price list. Please note our payment terms are 30% advance payment.” The message is from a Yahoo address not a business address so is obviously fake and of course the radio station doesn’t sell products. The scammer just wants to confirm our email address is active and that the recipient is stupid enough to reply to such an obviously fake message.
Edward Idris sent me a message – “I have been expecting your responds regarding my previous mail, please acknowledge if your email is still valid”. He hasn’t sent any previous messages and is just trying to find out which email addresses are active as they sell for a higher price to criminals. It is obviously a fake message as his sending email address is actually suniewendy22 which is not Edward Idris and he supplies a return email address different from the sender address and that is typical scammer behaviour.
“Receive Free Samples” is a nice thought but it’s just a phishing message. It continues about this being your last chance to get these free samples and you just have to click to start receiving. But, the email is from info @alison1.xyz which is obviously not a business address or a Marketing company – just a scammer. No thanks.
Peter Howard claims he has sent messages about the $750,000 in the last testament of his client (who doesn’t seem to have a name) and I am his last surviving relative. Strange that he doesn’t know my name but knows I am related to some mystery person. I will not be participating in his verification process which will be designed to get as much personal information from me as possible to sell to other criminals for identity theft purposes.
“A historian discovered by a stroke of luck an ancient book that unveils something dangerous for all of us. It’s a sinister pact between The White House and the Vatican”. No – the only danger is criminals such as the sender of that message. Laughable.
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