Email claims there is a common spice you can add to your food that allows you to burn away an average of one pound per day for 21 days without exercising. The only spice proven to induce weight loss is capsaicin found in chillies. But you have to eat a great deal of it and even then the maximum weight loss is of the order of 1 pound in 15 days which is a lot less than increasing your level of exercise can provide.
KCS Consulting send me greetings and tell me they are looking for investment opportunities. Sending out bulk emails to random people is not a good way to find investments, but then it’s all a scam of course.
An email claiming to be from HSBC bank asking me to review the attached documents. They supply a password so I can access the documents. There is no chance I would open any such files – as they are no doubt virus laden.
Mrs Jaqueline Mars wishes to execute a charity project with me and will send me comprehensive details once she gets my response. The email is sent to undisclosed recipients i.e. likely to be millions of spam email addresses. No thank you Jaqueline as you probably don’t exist and whoever is behind the email is just a scammer.
An email titled “Behold is a fine offers for you” and it contains just a link labelled as Fine Offers. If someone has such poor grammar and spelling then only an idiot would click the link.
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