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    Whine Scam Email

    You know what some people on this planet need arse shagging and shot.

    Received the below scam email with attachment I know its shit but the txt of the email shows these arseholes will do anything to rape your PC/

    Dear [email address removed]
    We have been sent a sample of your blood
    analysis for further research.
    During the complete blood count (CBC) we have
    revealed that white blood cells is very low, and unfortunately we have a
    suspicion of a cancer.
    Wite Blood cells 1200 Low
    Hemoglobin 12 Normal

    Platelets 19000 Low

    We suggest you to print out your CBC test
    results and interpretations in attachment below and visit your family doctor as
    soon as possible
    Sincerely,
    Dr. Avery Ernie
    National Institute for
    Health and Care Excellence
    Imagine if some old person reads this or someone that's not clued up on PC knob heads.

    Make me cringe.

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    wow thats pretty low, even for those scamming cnuts!
    You know he grew up as a little shitspark from the old shitflint and then he turned into a shitbonfire and driven by the winds of his monumental ignorance he turned into a raging shitfirestorm. If I get to be married to Barb I'll have total control of Sunnyvale and then I can unleash the shitnami tidal wave that will engulf Ricky and extinguish his shitflames forever. And with any luck he'll drown in the undershit of that wave. Shitwaves.

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    I got one of these in my spam folder, the latest one I got was for the funeral of a 'friend' click here to download the map/details etc
    fooking twats, these will catch some out

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    I get all sorts of spam mail saying that the attachment below has been sent by a friend to my Dropbox or that a friend has sent me an image. Never opened an attachment but was almost fooled when an email told me to log into my Evernote account for something or other. You expect the bastards to send email asking you to log in to your bank but you don't expect them to target your Evernote account. When you think about it I suppose some people are daft enough to store all their personal details in their Evernote account. I don't.

    I think they are using the cancer scare tactics because people are more likely to think it's genuine because you don't expect them to go to such depths. This is how they get around the fact that people are getting wise to the usual scam emails. If you target 10,000 people there could be at least 100 people that have had a recent blood test or given blood.

    The one above is about as low as these bastards could get. Would love 60 seconds in a locked room with one of them. (">

    Thanks to BigBird

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    Yeh its a real shame that a living breathing human could drop so low and send such a email but society is changing and scum will always find a way to wreck someones life.

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    What does the attached file for these things contain? A Trojan horse?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wadgey View Post
    What does the attached file for these things contain? A Trojan horse?
    One victim, who contacted our call centre, downloaded the attachment and unwittingly installed Cryptolocker on her computer. Once installed CryptoLocker works by encrypting victims personal files such as, photos, music, office documents and then demands payment.
    Infected users have a time limit to send the payment. If this time elapses, the private key is destroyed, and your personal files may be lost forever.
    If you receive one of these emails, do not click on any links or download any attachments and [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].

    source: https://www.actionfraud.police.uk/beware-of-royal-mail-scam-emails-that-contain-cryptolocker-feb14

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