Apparently I have 105 failed email deliveries and must verify my account to get those messages. But I don’t have an email account with graunsolutions.partners so it an obvious phishing scam with the scammer after my login and password details in the hope I have used them for other accounts she can find and steal from.
“Latest magnets technology” will cure your smoking habit for ever. That’s what the email spam message claims. There are lots of ways to cut smoking that do work – you don’t need a scammer trying to get you to buy what is clearly rubbish.
An email arrived that made no sense – part of it seemed to be an extract from someone enquiring about website hosting contracts and part of it was asking an unknown home worker about their choice of virtual hosting and part of it was a recommendation for an unnamed company then the whole things was followed by 2 pages of random hashtags. Some spammers are just weird.
“Seniors can’t get enough of this memory-boosting junk food” is an unexpected subject line for a scam email. It’s a simple scam message and uses a classic scammer line “Click here to learn about this powerful discovery before the government removes it”. No need for government involvement – just ignore such pathetic scams.
An overweight mother has just shocked the medical community by losing an unheard of 22 lbs in just 13 days. And went on to lose 84 lbs and eliminated diabetes and ‘any other life ending diseases”, so claims the email message. This scammer is so lazy he cannot be bothered to think of another life threatening illness to go with diabetes so just puts ‘any other life ending illness’ Lazy and dumb.
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