This email is brought to you by…well, oxyfreshmedicalcenter.com This site actually looks real. It was probably hacked. As these clowns usually do, they are targeting Windows computers with a download virus/malware. Follow the link on a Windows computer and you are requested to download your “voicemail”. Follow the link on a Mac and you get Read More
This is a fake software update scam that is pushed on people by scammers that buy ads on Facebook. Here’s how this scam works: Scammers build a website full of eye-candy Scammer buy ads on Facebook You get scammed So, here the ad they use to suck you in: I’d say this ad is aimed Read More
There is just no reason to fall for anything like this. We see from the heading information it is in Spanish, yet the letter is in English and the “person” writing it is a very non-Spanish non-Chinese James Morrow. Also, you’ll see his email is @rogers.com. Rogers is a Canadian cell phone company.
So this one is “from” Kevin Rowcliffe who must work at Loyalist College in Belleville, Ontario, Canada. This is simply deduced by the from address. So, there is nothing in the body and just an attachment. This should send your suspicion on high alert. Well, on a stand alone computer we opened the doc. Interestingly, Read More
This one can be ugly. First, I want to thank our friends at ProFlowers.com for selling my email address. Yes, I go to the extent of setting up specific email for services I use so I can tell who is selling my email address. This way I know who to stop using. First clue this Read More