Ronald Scott’s email is more professional than most from scammers. It’s actually from sales @o-sites.online (which is a fake website) but claims to be from an angel investor looking for projects and businesses to invest in. Real investors do not send out emails in bulk to people they have no idea about – only scammers and morons do that.
Most scam messages received at the radio station are in English or Russian. This latest one is in Spanish. Claiming to be from Anitha Selverage and tells a story of her being childless and having advanced cancer leading to why she has contacted me (doesn’t know my name of course) to entrust me with her legacy of $6.5 million for orphans, schools and churches and I get to keep a big cut for my effort. Just standard rubbish from a desperate scammer looking for idiots to reply.
Another email claiming to be from Amazon. This lazy spammer could only be bothered writing one line (“We lock your account and hold all your last orders”) and expects people to open the attached PDF file which is no doubt riddled with malware. No thanks.
DollyX says she still likes me and remembers me well and wants to meet up again. But her email address is actually Iziahswhitney at king-cobby2322.com and I have never met her so wont be offering to meeting up.
“Attention Dear,” as the start of an email, pegs it as from a scammer as he doesn’t know my name. Turns out to be a typical 419 scam email. It continues with “I’m pleased to inform you that the asset valued at the sum of $75,000.000.00 was nabbed and recuperated by the FSSD-IMF surveillance unit.” No explanation of why some fake government body wants to give me $75 million just that I need to send in a scan of my passport so they can release the non-existent money. No thanks – I’ll have better luck with the lottery.
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