The email claims a female scientist has discovered a cure for Herpes but it could be banned and the website selling it taken down at any time. Scammers seem to love these conspiracies – anything new that helps people will be banned by big business so you have to get it now. Maybe it’s an American mind-set as it’s hard to see most other cultures falling for this line. There is no magic cure, just a scammer after your money.
A message from Barrister Jose Pedro Perez-Llorca tells me he has a business proposal for me and I just need to reply to him to get the full details. If he is a barrister and that is his real name then why is his email address susaud @ su.add.gq. He’s just another sad pathetic criminal to be ignored. Bit of a cheek sending his scam message directly to the Fightback Ninja.
There are free Access Visa cards available from “Free Access Visa Card” but their email address is actually diabetesreport.bid so this is just a lazy scammer reusing an email address used in a diabetes scam and now repurposed to catch very stupid people who want free credit cards. Obviously there are no such credit cards. If you do want a credit card go to a reputable bank.
A very short email from “Life is Life” that says “Good morning. I perform the list of positions which is necessary.” And there is a link to click. Cannot even imagine what phrase that was meant to be but no way would I click on the link.
“This Smart scarf was seen on Oprah”. Do me a favour – smart scarf. How dumb an idea is that? The email is from backhurting.bid which is an obvious scammer address.
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