Congratulations lucky winner!!!

I had a good laugh at this scammer’s expense.  Does he or she really think that telling me his scam is “proudly sponsored” by the “Nigeria Branch” is going to encourage me to believe that it’s real?  He did get one thing right, this scam was sent from Nigeria. It isn’t real, of course.  This ...
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The only “proposal” that Dijk V.Michan is one that involves him getting his hands on your money.  He’s a scammer and he’s just waiting for you to reply so that he can start asking you to send money to him or his associates when he starts asking you to pay fees.  Ignore him. Dear Friend, Compliment ...
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Contact me if interested,

This is the old, old story of a crooked bank official and dead client who has left millions of dollars with no family or next of kin.  The crooked bank official wants to get his hands on the money and is willing to share it with you.  Not. This is a scammer.  The only money ...
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£1000 Prize Bonus Notification

This scammer is hoping that the promise of a prize will trick you into filling in the form – giving the scammer your online banking details so that they can log into your account and steal your money. NEVER click on a link in a bank email – even it does appear to come from ...
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Registration confirmation letter-No.2011112421 2

This is the same scam that is mentioned in this post http://keepsafeonthenet.co.uk/2010/12/asian-domain-registration-service-in-china/   A legitimate domain registrar never checks to see who holds other versions of a domain name.  It’s none of their business. No-one has applied to register a domain using your “Network Brand”.  This is just a scam company who are hoping you will ...
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CONGRATULATIONS YOU HAVE WON

Here we go again.  The first of two fake lotteries today.  What can I say?  You can’t win a lottery or draw that you haven’t entered and no organise anywhere ever holds random email draws.  Why would they?  Ignore this scammer who is hoping to start taking money from you by charging  you fees. LOTTO.NL, ...
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IMPORTANT PROPOSAL

If “Mr Wang Shu” really was “the Executive Director of a reputable financial institution in Asia” he wouldn’t be sending you, or me, or thousands of others, a random email offering to share millions of dollars.  He also wouldn’t write the subject line of his email entirely in capital letters – this alone is a giveaway ...
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END OF THE YEAR LOTTERY PROMOTION 2011 WINNER 1

If you think about it, you’ll realise that there is no such thing as the “European National Lottery”.  If it was a “European” lottery it would “international.  You can’t win a lottery you haven’t entered, and a legitimate lottery wouldn’t email you using a “luckymail” email address.  Ignore this scammer whose only interest is in ...
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Credit report FRAUD ALERT

Don’t open the attachment to this scam email.  It contains a zip file and is probably a Trojan that will infect your computer.  Just delete this email. If you’ve accidentally opened the attachment, download and scan your computer with the free version of Malwarebytes – I scan my computer regularly. One new alert was received ...
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Confirm your participation to stand as beneficiary.

The usual story of lots of money that you can have a share of if you just help the scammer move it overseas.  Except that there is no  money and the only involvement you will have is sending your own money to the scammer when they start asking you to pay “fees”.  Ignore this scammer, ...
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