Brooklands Radio receives emails claiming to be from Brooklands Radio quite often. The scammers do this to try to get past the spam filters at the email provider companies. One of these messages says “Your email won 2.5million”. Contact us”. It doesn’t’ say 2.5 million what so maybe it’s bottle tops or virus particles. Either way we wont be answering the email which is actually from breezeyvillas.com
“They say vision loss is permanent” is the subject line of an email. It’s designed to create interest so you keep reading but it’s a scam of course. The email goes on to say that opticians and scientists are totally wrong and that all vision loss can be corrected in minutes if you just eat a specific flower they call the eyesight flower. The most common form of vision loss is cataracts and somehow this magic flower is going to turn a yellowed stiff lens in your eye into one of a twenty year old. All lies of course.
There are many many scam emails claiming to be from Chinese companies looking for distributors in this country or offering products for resale. Electric vehicles and batteries seem the most common at the moment for these scams. Hainao Sino Energy want me to tell them where I will build EV charging stations using their technology. That’s not going to happen.
Every day, more of the same messages ‘Your FedeX is Out for Delivery’. No it isn’t. I don’t have any packages out for delivery and certainly not several per day. The emails come from ridiculous email addresses e.g. gt61zpo0999 @gmail.com. It should be obvious to anyone that FedEx do not send emails from that email address.
A message supposedly from the WeTransfer service about a document for me but is actually from solusitoilet.com. That is obviously not WeTransfer. The message says “I hereby shared an important Doc for your review and answer sent you JB-22225-20926 LD COLOR.zip”. Wont be opening that lump of malware.
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