“Still paying horrendous bills to heat your home? STOP NOW” is the promise of the email. It goes on to promise you can heat your home for a fraction of the usual price, using a small contact heater with a digitally controlled temperature. In other words, it’s just a standard heater being sold as something brand new which it isn’t. Buy from a reputable supplier, not a scammer.
Duncan says “Hello, I have a mutual benefit transaction for you. If you are interested, please reply for more details ASAP.”. He’s just a pathetic scammer using an Argentinian email address to check which of his spam email addresses is a real email account. Then he will sell that list of email addresses that got a response, to some other criminals.
“What a serial robber thought was just another break-in turned out to be the most frightening night of his life as Police arrested him crippled on the living room floor screaming for them to keep away from him a 10 year old boy.“ This sounds like a very silly fantasy story but it gets even more silly as the little boy had supposedly learned the “Death Touch” created by a Kung Fu master from a YouTube video clip. The point of the silly message is to get you to watch a video clip. The scammer gets paid for each person who clicks on the video so it doesn’t matter what stupid story is told – anything to make you click to watch. Pathetic.
Another scam email offering a magical cure – this time it cures asthma, the common cold, flu, smoker’s cough, bronchitis, Cystic Fibrosis and lots more. It’s a new revolutionary dry salt inhaler and costs less than $21. Totally ridiculous. For example – smoker’s cough is caused by damage to the lungs and cannot be cured by any magical inhaler as it takes years for the lungs to gradually heal themselves.
“Have you seen this memory boosting junk food?” is designed to be an intriguing title for an email to get people to open the message. The contents are the usual scammer lies of course – “click here to learn about this amazing discovery. This secret has already benefitted over 10,5671 people so far. Try now before the government removes this link”. There is no secret of course – just a pathetic scammer sending out the usual rubbish to get people to click a link.
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