So, what rubbish emails and calls have there been to Brooklands Radio station in the last few days?
Rakeem Belhausa at Barclays in Dubai wants to share $14.5 million with me. He must be a very generous man. All I have to do is pretend to be the next of kin to a Mr. Shafi who died in the 2008 earthquake in China and Rakeem will supply all of the necessary documents for my claim. Strangely his name changes from Rakeem to Kareem half way through the long and tedious email. Don’t think I’ll be helping him whatever his name is.
Eating this fruit melts away all of the fat you ate that day according to an email from aboulacet.us. This is a very common scam as many millions of people are desperate for easy weight loss methods. Of course, this method doesn’t exist except as a scam to con you out of money.
A “fantastic” investment offer with “brilliant” returns and a guaranteed buyback option. Who would say No to this? I certainly say no as it’s from campaignandsurveys.com which means it’s just a marketing company looking for leads to sell.
A company called Rolec in Germany wants me to check we received their order and if not then I should open the attached purchase order. But the attachment is a jar file which means it is compressed and scammers do that to try to hide the contents from anti virus scanners.
A Gerald Reef wants me to book accommodation for him and his wife for a couples break in June, so sent an email to me. It’s just a moron trying to determine if email addresses are valid.
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