“Christian Healthcare Group” wants to offer insurance at a better price than the so called “expensive insurance marketplace”. Might be a good offer but it’s from an odd email address badpushposture.bid which should be an auction house but more likely belongs to a scammer. No thanks.
“A shocking new study shows that over a third of Americans suffer from arthritis”. That’s not really a surprise as arthritis is very prevalent in older people. The message goes on “The biggest natural pain relief cover-up in history”. That’s the standard scammer language – suggesting a conspiracy. “I’m about to show you what your doctor has been lying to you about”. This is all lies of course as the scammer has nothing of any value to offer.
A message that appears to be from the Dropbox service wants me to confirm my email address. This scammer has ‘spoofed’ their email address so it really does appear to be from Dropbox. However the link to click to confirm is the giveaway as it’s to ‘bibitca.net’ which is not Dropbox.
Another notification arrives claiming to be from PayPal and wants me to click to release my account. As the message is from payservices.org rather than PayPal – no thanks.
Apparently, my subscription for Photo Editing is due for renewal at only $4.99 per week. Click to manage the subscription. This is a simple phishing scam. Clicking the link brings up a login/password box and if I entered those details, the information would be sent to the scammer. Not for me.
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