We all get those annoying spam emails (assuming you have an email account) that offer for skin products worth a fraction of the price or free if you pay for post. These are harmless if you don’t follow on with the deal or click on anything suspicious, as the idea of most of these marketing schemes is to gain your credit card details so that they can keep making unwanted transactions to the point that people have to shut down their card. Then we have Spoof scams claiming to be other companies or establishments recently Amazon.com was their target forcing them to update their customer support urging customers to report these scams. To read Amazons information on this subject here’s the direct link: https://sellercentral.amazon.com/gp/help/external/32261?language=en-US&ref=mpbc_15362281_cont_32261.
A couple of days ago I was browsing through my emails and I noticed one marked Sgt. Anthony Saenz with the subject: RE; YOUR ASSISTANCE IS NEEDED. As I read on, I was shocked but also quite amused at the amount of time that was put into this ruse. Now we all know that it is HIGHLY ILLEGAL to impersonate a military official, so why try? Read for yourself.