Fraudulent Email - 'At the End of this Short Video I will Give You $1000'
The email message below: "Hey I was genuinely shocked to hear about this financial expert paying people just to visit his site", is fraudulent, and you should not respond to them with your personal information or follow any instructions in the email message.
Every month, thousands of these email messages are sent out by scammers to trick their potential victims into stealing their personal information, sending money or purchasing products that do not work.
The Fraudulent Email Message:
Hey I was genuinely shocked to hear about this financial expert paying people just to visit his site and see what he has to say, Not only was the video very informative but I also came away with a way of making up to 1000 bucks a day. Watch it for yourself here: That's gotta be the quickest $1,000 you ever made!
I am not to going to ask you to buy anything, as I have nothing to sell you.Instead, at the end of this short video I will give you $1,000.
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