An email from Western Union tells me they have a money transfer waiting for me and I just need to tell them my full name, contact address, telephone number, country, passport number etc. to receive that money. This is a standard phishing scam – just after my personal details which can be sold to other scammers. The message is from Mr. Goodluck James. The only good luck is for the scammers if anyone replies.
Travis Stork claims that his wife lost over 50 pounds and she credits it to one fat flushing food exactly one hour before bed. You can lose 14 pounds in 10 days just by adding this to your diet – one hour before bedtime. No. The only thing you would accomplish is furnishing this scammer with your money. Magic diets with no effort NEVER work, especially ones where you can apparently eat anything else you want.
Another message from Yahoo saying my account will be closed if I do not verify my account immediately. Just the usual phishing message – in this case from lateliertana @yahoo.fr which is a Yahoo France personal email address, not from Yahoo itself.
Steve warns that we should never exercise more than 90 minutes per week. That would make life difficult for marathon runners, tennis players and a lot more people but then Steve is presumably a moron for sending out such drivel.
An email that shows lots of other people’s email addresses that have also received the message and only contains a link but no attempt to describe what it is for. The email is from stitchedup22 so at least this scammer has a sense of humour.
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