Scam Computer Problems Calls 67

Edit: 20 March 2012.  I just had a phone call from “Anna”.  When I asked her how it felt to work for a company, phoning people and telling them lies.  She told me “I’m proud of it.  Because nowadays most people don’t know it’s a lie“.  Really – that’s exactly what she said. This has ...
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TRANSACTION/PROJECT!! 1

If “Mr. Paul Jacobs Maroga” really was the high ranking civil servant he claims to be – he would find himself behind bars for a long time.  This email isn’t exactly private – and sending it to thousands of random people across the world telling them he is a dishonest civil servant wouldn’t remain a ...
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VERIFICATION OF PCH WINNERS($1,000,000 USD) 35

Do you really think that the Publishers Clearing House makes enough profit to give away $5m to random email holders for no reason at all?  Of course they don’t.  This is just a scammer who wants to take your money by charging you fees.  Ignore him or her. We are please to announce to you ...
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UPS INVOICE NR8359084, Delivery Problem NR5746481, UPS INVOICE NR5843908.

As you can see, I’ve had a crop of fake UPS delivery problems.  DO NOT OPEN THE ATTACHMENT.  It contains a Trojan that will infect your computer.  If by any chance you really did send a parcel by UPS, phone your local office directly if you think there might be a problem. I have to ...
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Unpaid-Beneficiary. 3

“It is obvious” that this is a scam. You weren’t expecting a payment of $1.8m from Nigeria, were you? Of course you weren’t. Just ignore this scammer. If you make the mistake of replying, you will find yourself being asked to send money. Unpaid-Beneficiary It is obvious that you have not received your fund which ...
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Dear Counsel 2

I have no idea what “John Chang” really wants – apart from your money.  He certainly has no idea what/where “your jurisdiction” is, since he has no idea where you are – he just sent out thousands of random emails looking for potential scam victims. My guess is that he will pretend to pay you ...
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470.000 Euros!!

A question for you – if I really had won all this money (which I haven’t) – why would the organisation need to know my sex and occupation?  They wouldn’t, would they? I often wonder if these scammers, as well as demanding money from you are also trying to steal your identity. Ignore this scammer. ...
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Affordable loan @ 3% interest rate

Do you really think that a reputable loan company would email you out of the blue and ask your to reply to a luckymail.com email address?  Of course you don’t.  This isn’t a loan company – this is a scammer who wants to take your money by charging you fees.  Ignore him or her. The  ...
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Email Notice

“Mr Dyer” claims to work for Euro Lottery.  Then he goes on to tell me that he is, in effect, a dishonest employee who wants to steal £4.5m from them – and he wants me to help him. Does this sound likely?  Of course not.  If he really worked for the Euro Lottery, sending out ...
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Part-Time Employment Opportunity 5

Mr Alexandrovich doesn’t work for a jewelry company in Russia – or anywhere else.  That website is a fake and this is the classic payment clerk scam.  If you make the mistake of replying you will be sent a cheque.  You will pay the cheque into your bank account and then forward the scammer the ...
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