An email asking me to confirm my email address due to the new GDPR regulations. There have been lots of such emails so another one isn’t surprising, but this is supposedly from a company named Xero that I’ve never heard of and the big give away that it’s a scam is that the email address is ondernemersmanagerveere.nl so I won’t be confirming anything as its just a scammer collecting live email addresses (i.e. ones where the person makes replies).
An email offering a new wonder diet based on perfect portion size. Laughable and so is the email address brookemassivemother.top
A warning that common foods in my kitchen are destroying my eyes and I can have perfect vison again just by stopping eating those foods. I never had perfect eyesight so there is no food that can give me back perfect vision and the email is just a typical magic remedy scam.
Oh Dear! A termination request was received for my email address and it will be terminated in 48 hours unless I click to cancel the request and input my password of course. The email claims to be from secureserver.net which is not my email provider so it’s s phishing scam.
“How to eat Like a King/Queen and Still Lose Weight”. That’s a catchy title but these days Kings and Queens mostly live on the same food as the rest of us, with occasional formal dinners. If they ate like Kings and Queens of olden days then they’d be as fat as King Henry VIII. This message is an advert for a ‘bely burning’ trick. I don’t want my belly to burst into flames, thank you.
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