I found your…

Whoever “Alla” is, you know as well as I do that you didn’t talk to her (or him!) on Facebook.  S/he certainly isn’t looking for a night of passion – she’s looking for your money.  Which she will happily take from you to pay for her fares/visa/anything-else-she-can-think-of.  She’ll never actually arrive. Ignore him or her. ...
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Employment opportunity 6

I don’t know exactly what the scam is here.  But.  No company, anywhere, ever sends out thousands of random emails asking for staff.  It doesn’t happen.  The domain associated with the email address (engfindjob.com) was registered 3 days ago (25 June 2012) to someone called Tenisha Crabtree in New York. Notice that this, so called, ...
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Your mobile number has won 750,00 pounds 1

This is an sms/text message scam, not an email scam.  If you receive this text, delete it.  You haven’t won anything and the scammer is just hoping you will fall for the scam and start sending him or her money. “Your mobile number has won 750,00 pounds in the Blackberry UK mobile promo,for claims send ...
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No Subject

The writer of this scam deserves some kind of award for creative writing.  His idea of an address for the Google “Incorporation” places simultaneously in both Manchester and London – a physical impossibility.  He finishes his letter by thanking me for my “corperation”.  Get your hands of my business and set up your own “corperation”. ...
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Marine Engineer Romance Scammer – Jerry Morrison 13

A reader contacted me a couple of days ago with her story of a romance scam.  Fortunately she realised something was wrong before she was asked to send money and had the good sense to do an internet search.  It didn’t take her long to find that many other people had been contacted by the ...
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ALL IS NOT OVER YET (Read the attached file below).

You have to admire the utter b******t that some scammers come up with.  If you actually follow the link to the UN website given by this scammer it takes you to a page that tells you the compensation fund’s ” mandate is to process claims and pay compensation for losses and damage suffered as a direct ...
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Position opening in your area 7

No company anywhere sends out random emails offering you large salaries and commission if they don’t even know who you are. If you make the mistake of replying the scammer will make a fraudulent deposit into your bank account.  They will ask you to deduct your “salary” and “commission” and then ask you to forward ...
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eBay Sellers (part time work) big sallary

This is an advert that appeared on a site advertising freelance jobs.  A contact of mine nearly got taken in by it, but realised in time that he was about to become the victim of a scam and didn’t complete the transaction. He was asked to list an expensive camera on Ebay.  The item was ...
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New Company concerning itself with the advertising 1

As I’ve said many times before on here, no company anywhere needs people to handle “receivables” from sales.  Also no reputable company sends out random emails asking for people to work for it and receive payments without knowing anything about you. This scam works like this: You are sent money, told to keep a percentage ...
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THE FIRST PAYMENT OF $8000 WAS SEND TO YOU TODAY

Do you really think that, if the IMF owed you $1.5m they would: a) tell you in a random email, and b) pay you by Western Union???? Of course they wouldn’t.  I’ve never heard a more ridiculous story.  Ignore this scammer who simply wants to get his hands on your cash. ATTENTION BENEFICIARY : We ...
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