A fake order from Alan James, manager at Lev Enterprise (lev-enterprises.com.au) with an attachment supposedly containing the list of items they want to buy from us. No thanks – keep your virus laden attachment.
Apparently, a student from Cornell University lost 23 lbs in fat during 1 month using just apple cider vinegar and no gym or other exercise. Just a typical magic weight loss remedy – they are always fake.
Oh NO! The email address associated with our account may have been accessed from an unrecognised device or location. The account has been temporarily frozen and to gain access we must click the reactivate button and answer the security questions. It’s an obvious fake message but they also made the mistake of listing the email address as fabuloso @brooklandasradio.co.uk which is an email address invented by spammers looking to sell such email addresses to scammers. It doesn’t exist.
An email claiming to be from our Telecom provider, asking for payment but it’s to Deborah Day – never heard of her.
A message from a Chinese lighting supplier offering Driverless LED Floodlights. Didn’t know that LED Floodlights need a driver – must be a very small person I guess.
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