An email from a very sleepy scammer about the forthcoming IPO by UBER, Duh – most of the world knows that IPO took place in mid May so you’re a bit late now moron.
Free guns would be about the most stupid irresponsible offer ever but free outdoor knives is a close second in stupidity. An email from fr-eetacticalknife does offer a free survival knife to anyone. The whole thing is likely to be a scam, but even suggesting free dangerous knives is dreadful.
A free Aldi gift card worth £200 if you click the link in the email message. Guaranteed to be a scam – Aldi does not do this kind of thing and if anyone wanted to spend £200 on buying a gift card to use as a promotion they would pick Marks and Spencer or anybody other than a budget supermarket.
The message says you can invest from £10,000 for a guaranteed 18% return in 18 months. The investment is supposedly unnamed luxury homes and hotels in London and Dubai. Obviously lies as no-one can guarantee investment returns and 18% is far too high a return to be legal.
A strange email from NeckZen saying that big Pharma is terrified that this revolutionary “Tiny Hammock” can replace your pain medication. Very American and very much spammer language. I cannot imagine what a tiny hammock is supposed to be that magically relieves pain – and I don’t want to know what was in the scammers mind when she wrote this rubbish.
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