Paul (who cannot afford a surname) says he is providing loans and funds to any companies with profitable business projects in any sphere at 3% interest and the minimum application is $1 million. Pathetic lies of course – just a criminal after people’s personal information to sell.
Mrs Pamela Griffin Wells claims she is a cancer patient and has no husband or family left so has decided to will her fortune of $8.5 million to me, despite never having met me and not even knowing my name. The message is to ‘My Beloved’ and is in English then repeated in Spanish. Maybe she is incredibly generous or maybe she’s just a lying scheming fraudster. Yup – that’s rather more likely. I wont be replying to Pamela.
“Incredible New Weight Loss Soups” is a laughable title. Most people on diets already know the benefit of soup in making you feel full up with fewer calories, so this scammer has her work cut out. The message goes on about new Harvard research that show blah blah blah. But there’s nothing new in it – soups can be part of any calorie controlled diet. There’s no need to click any links to find that out. Tough luck criminal.
A flood of emails from various obviously fake email addresses, with the title ‘Meet New People’. Then a picture of an attractive young woman and a picture background with the message of the email. Scammers use this picture technique to try to stop spam filters recognising the messages as scams. It claims to be a new means of online dating but is just fake and the link they want you to click goes to bitlomes.shop which is registered in Moscow and is a known scam address.
“We are mold maker and molidng company from Shenzhen City, China. Main product filed is Home Appliance, Automtoive, and other industry products.” Is a typical email claiming to be from a Chinese company looking for business. Sounds vaguely plausible. However, it’s just a phishing scam after your contact details and so on. The lack of a company name or company contact details demonstrates it’s a simple scam message. The spelling and grammatical errors show it’s a from a scammer trying to avoid contact from anyone with common sense and to only get replies from the most gullible. If the message was genuine then either it would be written by someone who can spell correctly in English or can use a spell checker – these errors are deliberate and only scammers do that. Never reply to such messages – it just leads to your details going onto ‘suckers’ lists.
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