Global Payments warn me I owe £972.53 for a parking service charge in somewhere called Wharles and that I should open the attached document to view the receipt. That’s quite a parking charge. What was it? – A Jumbo jet?
You might see adverts for Liporings also known as diet toe rings and acupressure toe rings. These are based on a strange idea that acupressure points can be stimulated by magnets and as there are such points on the toes that supposedly relate to digestion then wearing magnets around specific points on your toes can make you magically lose weight. There is no objective evidence for this but some believe it. There are some genuine sellers of these items abut also a lot of scammers who think it’s too good to miss out on selling non existent toe rings to gullible people.
American survivalists do produce adverts for the weirdest things and one latest scam is for survival gardens. “Do you have a survival garden that can produce an unlimited supply of food post collapse?”. If not then follow the link to find out how. No thanks.
Steve of realtargetedtraffic wants to sell me on how he can get visitors to my web site fast for less than $20. No thanks Steve. I’d rather have visitors who want to read my website than paid visitors who don’t care about the message or people tricked into accessing the site by some sort of clickbait.
Grandmother Mary Carter has amazed her friends for years – and the secret of her youthfulness of mind and body is in her blood. You too can take the same supplement that Mary takes and be free from aches and pains at any age. The email continues like this but is pointless as it’s just a scam. There is a world of supplements that can help people with their health and vitality but you shouldn’t respond to pathetic emails offering something magical as it’s always lies.
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