An email claiming that our mailbox quota is full and our email address will be deactivated. Usually these phishing scams are better thought through. If our mailbox was full (which it isn’t) then they would offer an upgrade at a cost rather than a threat to deactivate. The email is from super-bath.gq which is nobody’s email service provider.
“I’m Paul Williams from USA. It’s my great pleasure to come across your contact today. . If you wouldn’t mind we can chat on Facebook for an important discussion that will project good image to our future” etc. Grammatical errors, meaningless phrases, a fake name. No idea what’s it’s about but bound to be a scam.
Energy directly from the surface of the Earth. Endless Energy. So simple even an 80 year old could do it. Endless scams more like it.
“This simple will make all your hair return”. OOPS – the scammer left a word out there. This email claims you can go from bald to a full head of hair in one week. It’s incomprehensible that anyone could believe such drivel but some people are just desperate and sadly they can be scammed.
“Woman loses 38 Ibs of fat, Doctor freaks out”. Plus 100,988 others who have read the report lost an average of 37 lbs. Scammers like to include random huge numbers to impress idiots. All just a sad scam to catch people who struggle to lose weight.
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