- May 21, 2020
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A friend recieved a email from allegedly her bank informing her that there was no longer anything left in her account. Marked up as Wish lt gets curiouser and curiouser
She did then deleted her email account.
Call me paranoid and you may be correct if you say that is so. But I will be changing my email soon. I really think it's a safe bet especially when you have to deal with untrustworthy people on other matters besides scammers.that's a pretty extreme response.
i get offers a few dozen times a month from the vice-presidents of the Hang-Seng bank. they must have a big office of all vice-presidents... this has been going on for years. i just delete the notes without any response at all. for sure they're fake as is anyone else i don't know who's offering me $ just to be used as a way to hide a transfer of funds. yeah, right, like that is legitimate...
i'm sure not going to be deleting any e-mail accounts.
if you look at the entire e-mail (including the headers) you can often see where the mail came from and maybe even who sent it and the fact that they have nothing to do with whatever company they're trying to make you think they have some association with.
DW has been getting quite a few of those texts. Obviously fake - given that even if we were expecting a package (and as it happened we were) the USPS would have no way of knowing our cell numbers. If there really were a postal issue of any kind (such as a heavily damaged package) all the USPS would do is drop a note in the mailbox asking you to come to the office.Both DW and I have been getting the usps scam texts lately. These dopes are so lame they send texts saying order number what ever is having issues and get ahold of them at some non phone number they give to work it out. I only have to check my online orders to figure out the numbers they give are totally fake. Rookie crooks.