Brownalison63 offers training on Facebook adverts. But her email address is aol.com so she doesn’t work for a company – just herself and because the training is free, she is almost certainly a scammer.
Dear Customer, we inform you that our automated system has detected an unpaid sum (invoice n 932099743562 on your ionos invoices… These sorts of messages turn up all the time, hoping to randomly choose the right supplier for the recipients of the messages. Just a scammer chancing her luck sending out many millions of fake messages.
How is your day? My name is Randolph Nelson and I’m interested in a job. I’ve attached a c.v. and the password is 1234. These fake job applications have been very popular with scammers for years and the attached supposed c.v. is normally virus laden. The scammer password protects the attached file to make it harder for anti virus to scan it.
“Greetings from DANGSCHAT T.O.H. As per our discussion and visit we have planned to buy the machine.” And so it goes on, and it’s all rubbish but the point is to get the reader to open the attached document which contains a virus. No thanks.
“Millions of Americans Now Suffer From High Blood Pressure”. A sales pitch for a magical ingredient that can solve high blood pressure. It’s simply a pathetic scam about a supposed Amazonian secret remedy.
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