A message apparently from Amazon checking with me that there is a mismatch on my latest order due to a change of telephone number or address. This email does seem to be from amazon.com but is a fake. The email address has been spoofed and they want me to click on the link in the email not to reply to the message. The message does not list my latest order which it would if from Amazon and the biggest giveaway is that the message was sent to lots of email addresses at the radio station. Just a fake phishing message.
“Doctors can’t explain why this insane method passes every lab test…” This is a typical scammer’s message about a means of fixing any hearing problem within 2 days to give perfect hearing. Obviously there are many possible reasons for someone’s hearing being imperfect and there is no one method that can fix everything, so it’s ridiculous. A simple scam.
“Watch closely. This video reveals the secret to making as much as $1000 per hour”. It’s a scammer’s advert for people to record English text. This job does exist and the recordings are used for multiple purposes. Generally it pays very little as reading out text is a simple task. It does sometimes pay large sums e.g. for TV and radio adverts but obviously there are few of those and many many people who would love to do that for a living. If you want to be paid vast sums for simply recording your voice, then I suggest you become an international superstar first, then people will queue up for your endorsement. Otherwise it’s just a scam and the video link in the message is to some random rubbish that the scammer gets paid for getting people to watch.
This email claims that the generation of free energy is possible in every home using only power generated from the atmosphere. There must be lots of people worried about their electric bills to account for there being so many of these free energy scams in circulation. This one claims to be Tesla’s generator secret. The only secret is the identity of the evil scammer trying to con people.
My APPLE ID has been locked so the email tells me and I must verify my account as soon as possible. The email is from a ridiculous email address ending in aumycdmryxeisrkk.qhms and definitely not from APPLE. Just a phishing message from someone trying to get my APPLE login and password which they can sell to other criminals.
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