Pancake Swap sounds like something for kids and the logo looks like it’s designed for 3 year olds, however it is in fact a strange cyber currency market website to do with cyber currency swapping. Emails from Pancake Swap tell you that your cybercurrency wallet has yet to be verified and will shortly be suspended. Maybe they bought a spam list and send out these messages to get people interested and accessing their website. Maybe there is some other odd benefit to the emails, but whatever it is I’m not interested and don’t like lies, even on email. I don’t have such an account therefore it cannot be suspended.
An email message claims that a radio station email address has just received a file via WeTransfer. We have used the WeTransfer service at times to send files larger than email systems can cope with, but the email address the scammer chose is a dead one, out of use for a long time and the claim that someone has sent a proforma invoice is laughable. We wont be opening that.
Supermarkets sometimes send out surveys to their customers and occasionally reward those fill them in by sending a small value voucher. However the email offer, supposedly from Morrisons of a £100 voucher for spending 5 minutes on a survey is ludicrous and Morrisons do not send such emails out to random people. The sender’s email address is @travelspell.lol which is obviously not Morrisons.
A scam email claims that a specific vinegar will reduce your chance of heart attack by 43%. Nope – just a scammer as there is no such research proving that vinegar of any kind reduces the risk of heart attack.
Veronica’s email says she is very happy for us as we are one of 3 people who have won a new Range River worth £99,370. We just have to answer a few questions and confirm our details to collect the prize. However, the email address the scammer sent the message to is a fake one invented by a scammer, so it’s all fake.
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