“Have you heard of this forgotten Aztec Cocktail that restores crystal-clear eyesight?.”
That seems unlikely as there is no such thing except in the scammer’s mind.
The email title is “Blind grandmother restores her vision with this simple Aztec secret.”
So, she’s blind yet somehow managed to unearth an Aztec secret and it magically cured her blindness.
Blindness is not something that can be fixed with a magic potion – it is caused by very serious damage to the eye or the optic nerve or the brain’s sight processing centre.
But a supposed 43 second protocol is all it takes for magical restoration and this scammer claims ‘It works well for everyone who tries it.”
Such claims are ludicrous and sad that people in their desperation may fall for these lies.
Trust your doctor, not a random email from a lying cheating scumbag.
If you have any experiences with scammers, spammers or time-waster do let me know, by email.