Sara Bluch sent an email to the radio station saying she wants to advertise her business on our website. Sounds good but it’s just lies. Her email also says her name is saramoupeHE which doesn’t match the email address. She added a link so we can check out her company but it’s a shortened link so you can’t see where it goes to and her actual email address is a gmail account which is not a business address. Bye bye evil scammer.
Mr. Ibrahim Mustafa Magu is keen to inform me that my abandoned fund has been found and a compensation payment of $3 million has been approved and is due for payment to me. The email address I should send my details to is brilliantly funny ron.consultantg @gmail.com so I don’t think I’ll be replying.
Hitachi Tokyo Iron and Steel would like to offer me an executive opportunity to represent their company in accounting and finance. They believe my expertise would be very helpful in moving their plans forward. The letter is from the president himself of Tokyo Iron and Steel. Wow – they want to offer me a great job despite not even knowing my name (the letter is addressed to ATTN:) Now that’s trust for you. But of course I don’t trust them as it is a simple and brain achingly stupid scam.
Rebecca Morris is pleased to tell the world that a student from Cornell University has proved that apple cider vinegar can cut away that belly fat in days with no gym visits or other exercise involved. I just have to click the link to see the proof. Endless scams target people desperate for a magically easy way to reduce weight but there aren’t any of course. Eat less and exercise more is the only way to lose weight.
Sophie Gladstone offers 65% off infrastructure today only and wants me to buy an 800 watt UPS. Don’t know what rubbish this is and don’t want to know.
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