A strange email wishes Happy Birthday to Ogenna Andrew and says “Your brothers ands sisters in Nigeria are wishing you a glorious birthday as you turn 21 today”. Is it possible the family are dumb enough to send their son’s email to a random other email? Seems extremely unlikely, whereas it’s very likely that it’s just a scammers message trying to get a reply so they can tell which email addresses are live.
Next email offers a personalised travel itinerary – everything from flights to train tickets to event tickets sim cards to yachts. Just rubbish from a Russian scammer who cannot be bothered to find something of interest to offer. Only an idiot would trust such an email to be anything other than a scam.
Everyone knows that smoke detectors in your home are a useful safety protection. They are available in DIY stores, supermarkets, online and are generally quite cheap. For some reason, scammers have caught onto smoke detectors and seem to be trying to find ways to push them using the common scammer techniques. The latest one is from painfatburn.top which is obviously nothing to do with smoke detectors – just a scammer re-using a domain name. This one claims the smoke detector is more advanced than any other but doesn’t explain how that it true. Just a simple scam.
“You are a supercomputer with old software” is a strange opening line for a scammer’s email. This one is supposedly offering a ‘miraculous’ way to make your dreams come true using science to switch the quantum particles controlling your life. It’s just an idiot scammer who has picked out scientific words intended to appeal to people with no idea of what the science means.
“Washing your body with cancer?” is the opening line of a scammer’s email trying to frighten people into watching a video that warns you which soaps etc. you must stop using. It’s all fake – just trying to get viewers for a random video.
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