Rejected ACH transfer

I have no idea what this is about – and I have no intention of clicking on the “transaction report” link – which, I suspect, contains a trojan. The ACH transaction (ID: 903315504363), recently sent from your bank account (by you or any other person), was rejected by the Electronic Payments Association. Canceled transaction Transaction ...
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Hello

test@21dianyuan.com writes to me from Spain to tell me he is a merchant in Luxembourg.  Do I believe him?  No.  Neither should you.  This is an old scam – a badly written one where the writer claims their treatment has “defiled” all treatment.  Clearly none of the scammers who are stupid enough to copy this ...
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Order Request – Box Dumpers 2

I don’t usually bother to wind up scammers, and I certainly don’t recommend that you do.  But I couldn’t resist this one.  I have an online email address that I reserve for scammers – sent in the name of “Annie Cheater” – which you’d think might give the scammers a clue, but apparently doesn’t. There’s ...
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Online Banking Alert

Apparently the Wells Fargo Account Review Team have “identifies some unusual activity” on the account that I don’t have! I hope you know that ALL emails from banks saying there is a problem with your account are fake.  This is a scammer who wants you to give him/her all your account details.  NEVER click on ...
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No Subject

This scammer claims to be called “larry smith”, but he emails from this address: cristiano_costa@generali.com.br.  He can’t be bothered to make up fake accreditations for his scam loans and he can’t spell – look at the email address he asks you to reply to! If you need a loan, go to your local credit union or ...
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phoenixinfosoft.co.in

I have no idea who this company really is – or what they really do.  I hope they don’t provide seo (search engine optimisation) services.  If they do, you might like to avoid them as clearly the people they employ to do that work aren’t able to read! I run a series of bed and ...
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THIS IS FOR YOUR ATTENTION!

Have you noticed how many scammers use capital letters for the subject line of their scams?  This one is no exception.  This scammer wants me to believe that I “bear the surname identity” of one of his deceased clients and can therefore have millions of pounds.  Pull the other leg, sunshine! Just ignore this scammer. ...
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Contact Mr Desmond Adewale Directly at {gt_customersservice@nba.im}?

Stephanie Campbell writes to me from Cleveland State University in Ohio to tell me she is called “Mr. Jose Manuel Barroso” and has granted me $200k.  Sounds unlikely to me.  I suspect that Ms Campbell thinks she has found a sneaky way to pay her college fees – by becoming a scammer and trying to ...
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Dearest one i trust, 1

The reason why Miss Solobiya asks you to keep this email secret isn’t because she is “afraid of my wicked uncle who has threatened to kill me” but because she doesn’t want you to expose her as a scammer.  If you make the mistake of replying to this person you will find yourself being asked ...
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Wedding and Bridal Dresses – vicyc 1

Be wary of this company http://www.vicyc.com, whose website claim they have been “operating in the bridal dress and formal dress industry for more than 4 years since we have built our company in the United States.”.  They even give a convincing looking US address on their website. However, this company has been spamming a holiday accommodation ...
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