“This controversial video will blow your mind. Have you seen this 54 second pain relief?”. Standard scammer language to get you to click a random video clip for which they get paid. A lot of people suffer from long term pain so the scammers think they are a good target for a scam. There is no magic answer of course.
Yet another scam email offering a magic way to lose weight with no effort. “Can you really lose 10 lbs and 7.5 inches off your waistline in 14 days?”. Then it goes on about your body’s natural metabolic multipliers – all fantasy rubbish. Supposedly the magic answer is just a few simple movements. This scammer is too dumb to make the weight lost and the inches lost match – 10 lbs for most people would be around 1 inch from their waistline, not 7.5 inches. Typical scammer lies.
Mrs. Teresa A. Rutledge, Director for International Banking Supervision, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), Administrator of National Banks in Washington sent a very long official looking email about how my payment has been authorised for immediate release. The email gives specific instructions on how to contact Atom Bank in Northumberland to receive the PIN number so they can release my money by Swift telegraphic transfer. It is just a standard 419 scam where a huge reward is promised and I just have to supply the relevant information and supposedly it will be released. Of course, that never happens as there is no reward, just a scammer who needs a small payment then another then another until the victim realises it’s fake and stops paying. Sad and pathetic.
Researchers at Harvard have discovered a metabolic glitch inside cells that means we can now turn off all fat cells and watch the fat flush itself away. No – just the fantasies of a scam artist intent on stealing from people struggling with their weight.
Doctor Ryan Shelton wants to give me a gift that will wipe 10 years off my age. No way – just another dumb greedy scammer.
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