Scam PayPal Emails

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Scammers are sending emails like the one below which appear to be from The scammers will pretend to be sugar daddies that have a lot of money, have no wives or children and pretend to be very nice people. They will claim they will send you a lot of money that they will pay every week for just talking to them.

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The scammers will tell potential victims that they have to buy gift cards and send them in order for them to be able to send the money. But, if the gift cards are sent, potential victims will never the money they were promised and the scammers will disappear.

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