jeff at swazoo.com.invalid
Tue Jan 5 15:03:56 PST 2021
My 88-year-old aunt got a similar email not long ago. I'll tell you what
I told her.
Anytime you get an email asking you to send money (or an equivalent)
with a promise of repayment, it's almost certainly a scam. Even if the
email address looks legitimate, it's a scam. Don't answer. There's
nothing to be gained by responding, and if you don't respond they can't
On 1/5/2021 12:16 PM, Kristjan Saag wrote:
> Just got this as an automated answer to my reply to Jane C's mail:
> Nice to hear from you, I'm sorry I'm unavailable over the phone as I
> forgot my cell phone at home, I'm only here with my iPad. I just need to
> get a Walmart gift card for a Cancer patient It's her birthday, I
> promised her a gift card, but I can't do this now because currently I'm
> traveling to Elizabeth islands. Can you get it from any store around
> you? I'll pay back as soon as possible.
> Kindly let me know if you can handle this, so I can tell you the amount
> and how to get it to me.
> Many thanks,
> Jane C
> Which gives me hope that Don is still with us. Although his mail may be
> This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software.
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