Re:Immense benefit!!! 2

“Mr. Brian Roland” clearly hasn’t read his own email.  He starts by telling me that it isn’t “solicitation or spam” and then continues to write a blatantly spam and scam email. This is a scammer – he (or she) isn’t a bank official in London.  I’ve a feeling he or she is an Eastern European ...
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Mrs.Rose A says: TAGGED PROMOTION 2009 2010 ORGANIZED … 60

This post gets more comments than any other – so I’ll try and make it easy for you folks.  I have highlighted the relevant words in bold and red.  And if anyone is still in doubt about whether or not this is a scam – read this victim’s story A reader sent me a series ...
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Job Offer Work From Home

This was forwarded to me by a reader.  I’m not sure that the writer of this bit of rubbish has any idea where the UK is.  They refer to the EU as “Entire Europe”.  Nice try sunshine. There is no job.  Just a scammer wanting to take money from you.  To see how these fake ...
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FROM HENRY CARR

A reader forwarded me this scam.  This scammer starts by telling me that he is writing to me “because cool penny is better than millions of dollars”.  He goes on to tell me that it is better to be poor and honest than rich and dishonest. What does he do next?  What do you think? ...
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Greetings:Your Kind Attention Needed

What a lot of rubbish!!! This scammer would have me (or you) believe that their scanning system can tell the value of a bank card – quote “to the tune of” $1.5.  This is just an advance fee scam.  The scammer asks you send them $139. Don’t send this scammer anything.  Once you start sending ...
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OVER DUE PAYMENTS RELEASE ORDER

I couldn’t be bothered to read all of this ridiculous letter.  It seems to be a tale of bribery, wickedness and threats. I’m quite sure you aren’t expecting a payment of millions of dollars from Nigeria – neither am I.  Just ignore this ridiculous scammer.  If you make the mistake of replying you will find ...
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Canada Lottery Promo

A reader from South Africa sent me this scam. It was sent as an attachment – becoming more common, presumably in an attempt to avoid email spam filters.  As I said to my reader, this is one mixed up scammer.  It claims to be a Canadian lottery, uses the UK National Lottery logo and claims ...
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I'm on holiday and I've lost my cash.. passport etc. help me..

This scam was sent to a fellow member of a forum that I belong to.  I’m not certain, but from comments left on the forum it looks as if the message is sent after a hacker has gained access to someone’s email account.  This gives their scam “credibility” as the recipient thinks they know the ...
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