Yet another diabetes cure and this one is supposedly an unusual cooking oil. The ‘proof’ is that someone named Rachel, who almost died from a stroke, cured herself of diabetes just by switching to this cooking oil. If she lost a ton of weight and changed the rest of her diet and took lots more exercise then I’d believe it, but a cooking oil? Nope, just the usual scammer rubbish.
An email from Huyens demanding I reply to a previous email. Just a scammer looking for active email accounts so she can sell the details to other scammers. Never reply to such emails.
More rubbish from the badly spelt doctors at doctoors.club. This time it’s a magic IQ booster that you can feel taking effect in less than 30 minutes. Boost your IQ by 89% and unlock the unused 90% of your brain. Everyone already uses 100% of their brain – just not all at the same time as that would be ridiculous.
An email from Jane tells me she can “make more customers for your business without ripping your pockets”. That sounds a literal translation of a proverb or saying from another language. Poor English or poor grammar is a trademark of many scammers.
Apparently I have a new eFAX message waiting for me. It’s from PACCAR Inc and claims it has been virus checked and found free of viruses. No – it’s a simple phishing email wanting me to click the link then provide personal details so I can get to the non-existent message.
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