|Jul 18, 2013, 08:58 AM||#1|
The Newest Online Scam?
I received this today by email:
Your Email Address have won $2,500,000 USD in the 2013 COSAFA Cup Competition. Contact: email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>. Remember to quote your E-Ticket Number
It came from someone with an AARP.org email address, but I suspect that is fake.
I found a similar case for this at Scamdex
Is there a best way to report this?
The modern business ethos: "I'm worth it, you're not, and I'm a glutton!"
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|Jul 19, 2013, 10:59 PM||#3|
here is a new one from craigslist:
well not really a scam but SPAM
man its so annoying
"no matter how much we may have forgotten no matter how thick those overshadowing layers may be our beautiful core essence has always been there. Come through if this is still available so I know who I am talking with over on Lpqxmx@live.com"
|Jul 20, 2013, 01:04 AM||#4|
One of the older online scams TBH...
The true way is along a rope that is not spanned high in the air, but only just above the ground. It seems intended more to cause stumbling than to be walked along.
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