All businesses get a constant stream of emails offering to improve their website ranking on search engines. Some scammers take a negative approach to this e.g. Valorie Cardenia’s message is ‘Ever wanted to push some competition site`s ranks down for not playing the game fair? And she goes on to offer that service. There are some who will deliberately damage the reputation of others for payment. These people’s greed and evil nature is appalling to see.
An email supposedly from Dereck Mitchell asks if we have any business opportunities for his client to invest in. An obvious scam message. Plus, his name doesn’t match the email sender’s address and the reply email address is completely different and the email lists a third completely different email address further down the message for replies. Pathetic
A message arrives about a professional massage device. Could be true but the title of the message is ‘profecctional massage gun’ – a scammer with no access to spellcheck and the sender’s email address is actually imageart.work which doesn’t match. Obviously not to be trusted.
Hair loss is a big problem for many people and there isn’t a simple way to make head hair regrow. Scammers love this subject and a latest such scam message claims that ‘Hair doctors want this plant banned’. If a new product did work they would in fact be the happiest people, but there is no such product that can do as claimed to stop hair loss in its tracks and cause new instant growth of hair back to a full head of hair.
Mark Belvins offers to remove any negative reviews against the radio station. This is a very bad idea – as genuine bad reviews cannot be removed. Plus some of the these offers are by scammers who create bad reviews against your company then offer to remove them at cost. All bad.
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