Apparently, I have won 97,500 Euros on the Microsoft/Yahoo lottery. The message says it’s from Chai Menferng who spells her name several direct ways within just a few lines of the message, and it is signed by a Cameron Michael. All of these names are made-up of course. Just a simple phishing message. Microsoft/Yahoo do not give away money to the holders of random email addresses.
A very simple scam message “I am outsourcing individuals with the capacity to receive funds of a high volume for management and administration for a period of Ten Years and subject to renewal. I will provide full details including your benefits and compensation for your consideration.” Clearly this is a deliberately meaningless message designed to attract people with no idea of what they are doing. That is sad.
Mr. Thabane Zulu tells me it is a great pleasure to communicate with me via personal email as he has a business proposal to discuss with me. The message starts with “Good Day” because he has no idea who I am, as he has sent the same email to millions of people at random. Pathetic.
It seems like half the population of India offer search engine optimisation services judging by the huge volumes of such emails most companies receive from there. There is also negative SEO which is essentially to damage your competitors in the hope that you will benefit from this. This is clearly immoral and disgusting but scammers and spammers offer these services. Never ever try such things.
A request for payment arrives from MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company listing that we owe $1,870. Doesn’t say what the bill is for just that we owe it and the sender wants us to pay by money transfer. It’s an obvious scam as we have never heard of the company and do not ship anything.
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