An email from Mr. Anthony offers loans between $1 million and $50 million for any business at 4% for up to 10 years. The sender’s email address has a ‘.ga’ domain which is Gabon in Africa. The reply address is a personal Gmail account. Only scammers typically use separate reply email addresses like this, so no thanks.
“Your hairdresser wont want you to discover it.” is the title of an email about a product called Trimsher which is supposedly professional quality hair clippers. However, the email then claims that using the clippers will guarantee you a professional quality haircut. People spend years at college learning how to be barbers and hairdressers and just using a better quality pair of clippers wont make much difference unless you are trained. Marketers tend to sell on the best points of a product but scammers oversell by miles in desperate hope of catching gullible people. Never reply to such unsolicited emails as they are always scams.
Coinbase is a cryptocurrency exchange platform – for buying and sell various cyber currencies. This attracts a lot of scammers desperate to steal people’s cryptocurrency as it is generally untraceable. There are numerous phishing emails from scammers trying to get people to key in their details on a fake website. This latest one says “Your transfer completed to Bank account number xxxx0465” to attract attention. It tries to look like it’s from Coinbase customer services but the sender’s email is actually costumer service @teamosp900qrzz.com which is obviously not Coinbase as I doubt they have a ‘costumer service’ department.
Emma Sun claims to work for Kanghui Medical Technology Co Ltd. and is offering medical beds for sale from China. No reputable supplier would send out mass spam emails to unknown companies selling such a product. Stupid.
Tony Goodman wants to present me as the next of kin of some unnamed dead person, to his bank as there is $17.3 million up for grabs. This is a simple 419 scam looking for people with more greed than brains. Of course there is no money just the payments that the scammer will try to get from anyone dumb enough to believe the story.
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