This message is from Heart Attack Defense and that sounds worthwhile but it’s all just a trick to get people to click a link to something where the scammer gets paid by the number of clicks.
This kind of con is used everywhere as the scammers often feel they aren’t really deceiving anyone but just taking advantage of our desire to trust.
However these low level cons add up to a world of mistrust and lies online.
The message uses some facts to promote its fake message.
“The American heart Association notes that a broken heart and stress in general can lead to trouble with your heart, even if you’re otherwise healthy”.
That’s not new information. Everyone knows that emotional trauma such as a relationship breakdown can affect the person’s health.
The message goes on and on trying to worry the reader and then gets to the point “The good news is that there are four weird heart attack specific signs happen before you have a heart attack and the free presentation shows you what to look for”.
That’s to make the reader click that link.
It’s all false of course.
If you are worried about possible heart conditions then talk with your doctor or Google responsible websites for information. Do not trust email messages from unknown people.
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