Medical Sharing Healthcare want me to join their community that helps bear one another’s medical burdens. It claims to be a Christian organisation. That sounds very weird but the email address is inkcartridgehn9.bid which tells me it’s from a scammer, if I hadn’t guessed already.
One of a new breed of ‘familiar’ messages comes from a scammer claiming to be named ‘Robin Holt’ .These are familiar in the sense they try to look as if from within whatever company you work for. The title is ‘Please complete your assigned safety training’ and in the body of the message states that I only have 24 hours to complete this. There is a link to click of course. People tend to fall for these tricks when they are in a hurry and don’t read the message properly.
An email from Lea Jaffe addressed to someone who left the radio station 5 years ago. OOPS. The email only contains a link – no chance I would click that.
A message with the title “Love at first sight?” sounds like an advert for a dating website but is actually an advert for a survival tool. Then it goes on about about the sender fell in love with this unspecified tool. A typical scam email that goes on for pages and tells you nothing useful. All rubbish of course.
Scammers have been pushing the Law of Attraction for many years now and most people are totally sick of it. Some scammers continue to find new ways to try to tap back into that pool of gullible people. One such attempt is “Law of Attraction + Numerology = Breakthrough”. The message goes on about some people having more luck than others so it’s a confused and pointless message.
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