The email claims you can end eyesight blurriness within 5 days.
That sounds unlikely but isn’t a huge claim.
However, then in large letters
Gain Perfect 20/20 Vision in 5 Days
Go from a minus 7 to clear eyes by adding these drops into your eyes.
Now that is a huge and ridiculous claim.
The minus 7 refers to minus 7 diopters meaning the person is very short sighted and short sightedness is caused by the eye and lens focussing the light in front of the retina because one or both are the wrong shape to focus correctly.
Do you think that some eye drops are going to magically change the shape of someone’s eyes?
No. Obviously not possible.
Just another nasty scam.
The email wants you to click a link to watch a video explanation.
Just a cheap way to get video hits if there is a video or it may be a link to malware intended to infect your computer.
The email sender’s address is overexaggerating@… So the scammer has a sense of humour and doesn’t care if most people realise it’s a scam.
Also as is often the case, the end of the email is paragraphs of random text designed to fool the email provider’s spam catchers into accepting the email as genuine. Which of course it isn’t. It’s just a scam.
If you have any experiences with scammers, spammers or time-waster do let me know, by email.