Mr. Ryan Rogers wants to start up a business venture with me – it can be in medical, real estate, finance, energy, oil and gas, start up businesses, expansion etc. It seems it can be almost anything, but then he is a scammer so the choice of business area doesn’t bother him. As a supposed rich businessman with money to spare, he should do better than having email on a Gmail account. No thanks
A strange email arrived with the title “New price update for Funko form Funko” and its from funko@funkopopmall. The message is full of the word Funko and claims to be from a professional Funko manufacturer. Is there such a thing as a Funko? The email reads like a typical scam mail and is badly written but it turns out Funko is a real thing – they are bobble head toys and there is a big market in fake Funkos. Whether the email is from a real company or a copycat doesn’t matter – it’s just time-wasting rubbish.
A message from Carolyn Tornatore tells me I have won an iPhone X but she doesn’t know my name and has a Hotmail account. Just a pathetic scammer.
Nuri Hah promises me I will make $7,000 per month on cryptocurrency trading and investment with her help. No. I don’t think so. I think she is just a sad criminal and her message is so obviously fake it will be surprising if even morons reply to it.
There are always lots of phishing messages from fraudsters claiming to be well-known courier companies. This latest one claims to be USPS – obviously hoping people will think it is UPS delivery. “A package containing confidential information was sent to you”. Then a login and password box. Courier companies do not know what it is the packages they deliver and only an idiot would write Confidential Information on the outside of a package. All fake.
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