Sheryl Goedert wants to give me $1.8 Million out of the $396 million she won in January. If you’ve got that much, why not give some away. Shame it’s not real, – the sender is just a scammer as no-one in their right mind offers to give away large sums of money to people without even knowing who they are.
“Shipping with multiple transport providers in today’s complex omni-channel environment is a must or should be for all of us”. This spammer may be a genuine business or just a scammer – who knows? But I certainly don’t care as the sender is too dumb to realise that radio stations don’t ship goods around the world and the message was sent to a fake email address invented by a mailing list creator.
There are endless emails offering silicone bracelets that you fill with hand sanitiser. Doesn’t seem very practical to me but maybe for some people they will help. Useful or not – do not buy from unsolicited emails as there will always be better quality and price available if you look at reputable sellers rather than risking poor quality or non-existent items from a scammer.
Lots more email messages demanding that we fill in the attached form to be registered on the EU Business Register. No thanks. It’s entirely pointless.
A message supposedly from Gabriel Komlan but the email sender is an outlook address that doesn’t match. She claims that there is an unclaimed legacy foundation in the name of her late client who has the same last name and same nationality as me. However, the email is addressed to Hello Dear so she has no idea what my name is. She also gives a different return email address which is a trick used by many scammers and usually means the sender’s email belongs to someone else and she stole that address to send out her dreadful scam messages. Sad and pathetic.
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