Email Scams

About once a week, I receive what is appears to be an email scam.

These scammers work in a large group creating the emails and trying to hook “a fish.” That’s why these emails are called “Phishing.”

The P in Phishing is for “Phony.”

Here are some Phishing emails I have received. 

Can YOU figure out WHY these are fake ?

Go back to Smart Digital Consumers above, drop down to Email Scams, and you’ll see 8 real scams I’ve received this year.

One more thing:

     There are some “reverse” scammers out there. Although the content is not “G” rated, this website has some hilarious replies that are taken seriously by the scam artists. Their command of English isn’t very good. Here’s the site:

.  © Brad Edwards 2016