Mrs Katherine whose actual email address is khali.mohammed tells me she has something important to discuss and I should contact her for details. She doesn’t know my name and doesn’t seem to know her own name so it’s a very obvious scam. I won’t be contacting her or him.
Gary Cohen claims to be an International Consumer Retailer in America and wants to take our products to sell through his distributorship in America. The email is quite detailed and perhaps convincing but is obviously a scam. He clearly has no idea what we do or he would have realised that a community radio station does not have products to sell in other countries.
Yet another short email claiming someone has interest in our products and wants a catalogue. Again, the sender has no idea who we are which means the email has been sent to a large number of random addresses. Pathetic. Never reply to such rubbish.
Next email says its from Stephania Pessina who is an Italian business tycoon and philanthropist who wants to donate 2.3. million Euros to me. Not for any particular reason – but hey free money is good. However, her email sender address doesn’t match her name and she doesn’t know who I am. This story is actually based on a real person, but that’s not who sent the email.
“Have you heard of the 1 minute memory ritual?” is the catch line of this email. The one minute trick will solve all of your memory problems. Yeah right! Just the usual rubbish from a moron trying to get people to click to watch her video which no doubt is either a scam or she gets paid for each person who clicks it. Either way – you lose and the scammer wins.
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