A new gold dust scam email just arrived. This has been around for a very long time, and is also similar to 419 scam. In fact, you will end up paying for nothing, when you expected something they promised in return. There are lots of variations over the internet, and some with very detailed investigations.
Many of you don’t have time to read, and you just want simple guidelines. We hear you. This is HOTSCAMS.com trade secrets of knowing an email scam without even investigating them over the web.
1) Unsolicited Emails
2) From Free Email Sender
3) Involving Large Sum of Money
What if you are wrong? Don’t worry, then whoever sends you the mail is the idiot, not you. And an idiot won’t have so much money to give away for free.
So in the end, YOU CAN’T BE WRONG WITH THESE GUIDELINES.
|yusuf keita <email@example.com>||Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 9:31 PM|