An email tells me I have new voice message waiting for me. But it’s from a company I have never heard of so have no wish to find out if there is any kind of message or much more likely – a simple scam. Never open links in unsolicited messages.
Many scammers quote NASA as the ultimate source of brain power and use their name supposedly as backers of some new random technology or as detractors from some answer to a common problem. In this latest case, the scammer invokes the name NASA claiming that NASA engineers don’t know how they missed this … It turns out to be a secret project that will change the face of electricity for ever. There are lots of these scams in America especially offering magical ways to generate free electricity. All lies of course.
Hasan Kabacki complains that he has already sent us a Statement of Account and yet we haven’t paid him. Not surprising as his business has never done any work for us and he is a scammer. The attached file is rar format which only scammers use – to try to evade anti malware scans.
“Ancient tonic melts 54 pounds of fat”. Very strong acid or alkali can destroy fat but of course that would kill a person. This scam is about a supposed Japanese formula, accidently leaked, that burns fat instantly without the person needing to do any exercise. Sounds painful. No thanks. But then it doesn’t exist.
“If you’ve been fighting with tooth and gum problems, this is for you” says the scammer then claims all of these problems are caused by lack of a vitamin that is so rare that only 2% of people have any of it. No. the full list of vitamins is well known and the causes of tooth decay and gum disease are well known. Claiming that lack of something new is the problem is ludicrous, then the email claims that taking this magic vitamin can rebuild your teeth almost overnight. Scammer magic again. All lies of course.
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