“Guaranteed Unsecured Business Finance” is the title of an email from insure-guide.panel.co.uk which sounds like a comparison site rather than anything to do with business finance. Apparently I can instantly access funds for any purpose I wish simply by filling in my details on a short form. Nope – it’s a phishing scam after my confidential details, probably to be sold to other criminals.
A scam email with two sides. Part 1 is about a new molecule that eliminates arthritis pain instantly. Obvious rubbish. Part 2 is about getting the secret techniques used by special forces. The two parts don’t match and are different scams so this is from one confused scammer.
A simple phishing scam email offers a fax for me to view online. But says it’s from Britco.tk which I’ve never heard of and the tk suffix means the email address is from a New Zealand territory called Tokelau – most famous for being used by scammers as anyone can get one of their addresses.
Strangely, there are still Black Friday messages arriving about how I can choose a free gift from Amazon but the email address seems to be an engineering company – don’t these people know Black Friday was in November?
An invoice arrives from Melbourne Live Seafoods. No doubt the attached invoice is loaded with malware. No thanks.
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