They know there is always going to be some sucker out there and that is what they hope for.
krmills1 (rep: 14.4k) posted May 04, 2012
Yesterday I got one that said my email address had been selected to win $740,000.
erick99 (rep: 432k) posted May 04, 2012
i work for a shipping company and we get lots of those fake checks that they send that you have to send them back money because they sent you too much. people still fall for it.
rd995 (rep: 151k) posted May 04, 2012
I'm so tired of all those emails and texts/phone calls! So annoying!
heyimdennise (rep: 7.9k) posted May 04, 2012
Scammers have their own community, they have developped a small industry. it's like @krmills1 said...there will always be people that will fell for it...it's our job to protect ourselves.
ancagavs (rep: 18.4k) posted May 05, 2012
Is there no way to block it? This is becoming a problem.. My yahoo email is getting spammed like crazy and I'm thinking about starting a new one
gangstabarbie (rep: 21k) posted May 05, 2012
^ according to my email, everyday I am a millionaire......
encorez (rep: 10k) posted May 05, 2012
FBI site tells you to:
To report potential e-scams, please go the Internet Crime Complaint Center and file a report. Note: the FBI does not send mass e-mails to private citizens about cyber scams, so if you received an e-mail that claims to be from the FBI Director or other top official, it is most likely a scam.
If you receive unsolicited e-mail offers or spam, you can forward the messages to the Federal Trade Commission at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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