I just received another phishing email from someone called Marina Luda. I know this is one of those phishing emails whose entire purpose is to obtain the sensitive information of the unaware recipient.

Even though this email is full of bullshit there may be people out there who may get sucked into it. This is exactly why I post this crap on my blog, to warn people away from this time of crap.

If you get this email delete it immediately. Do not reply to it. It would also be a good idea to mark it as spam to decrease this type of scam from hitting your inbox.

Attention:

I am Mrs. Marina Luda, I am a US citizen, 48 years Old. I reside here in Florida USA.My residential address is as follows, 7008 E Hwy 326 Silver Springs FLorida 34488 United States,am thinking of relocating since I am now rich. I am one of those that took part in the compensation in Nigeria many years ago and they refused to pay me, I had paid over $85,000 while in the US,trying to get my payment all to no avail.

So I decided to travel to Washington with all my compensation documents, And I was directed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation Director to contact Barrister Tony Gani, who is a representative of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and a member of the Compensation Award Committee, currently in Nigeria and I contacted him and he explained everything to me. He said whoever is contacting us through emails are fake.

He took me to the paying bank for the claim of my compensation payment. Right now I am the most happiest woman on earth because I have received my compensation funds of $10.5 Million US Dollars,Moreover,Barrister Tony Gani showed me the full information of those that are yet to receive their payments and I saw your email as one of the beneficiaries on the list he showed me, that is why I decided to email you to stop dealing with those people, they are not with your fund, they are only making money out of you. I will advise you to contact Barrister Tony Gani. Kinldy send your personal details to him to prove
your identification.

Full Name:
Home Address:
Occupation:
Phone Number:
Age:
Gender:
country:

You have to contact him directly on this information below.

Compensation Award House
Name: Barrister Tony Gani
Email:bullshit email link which I have removed

You really have to stop dealing with those people that are contacting you and telling you that your fund is with them, it is not in anyway with them, they are only taking advantage of you and they will dry you up until you have nothing. The only money I paid after I met Barrister Tony Gani was just $355 USD for the paper works, take note of that.

Once again stop contacting those people, I will advise you to contact Barrister Tony Gani so that he can help you to deliver your fund instead of dealing with those liars that will be turning you around asking for different kind of money to complete your transaction.

Thank you and be Blessed.

Mrs. Marina Luda
7008 E Hwy 326 Silver
Springs FLorida
34488 United States


Did you get an email saying that your oder of an Apple iPhone 6s has been shipped. All they require is that you cover the shipping costs, registration fees and confirm the delivery address. It would look something like the one I got below.

Apple iPhone 6s Order Shipped 

Dear Peter Pelliccia ,

We are pleased to send you this dispatch regarding your Apple product P41827.

Your order was shipped on 29 – April – 2016. Your Delivery Reference Number is 8392048955
We just require that you cover shipping costs and the registration fee.
And confirm the delivery address and confirming your order.

Order Details 

Shipping Address
Name: Peter Pelliccia
Address:
Phone:

Your E-Mail Address:
blogster@blogsire.com

Product Description
AB321P/A IPHONE 6S
RB849C/A APPLE GIFT PACKAGE FOR IPHONE 6S

If any information is missing, please provide us with the correct details here.

For all technical questions please refer to our Support menu: at: Product Support

If the information you require is not available here please contact our technical representatives.

This order is subject to our Sales and Refunds Policies | Privacy Policy
Opt out of future communication here.
Copyright © 2016. All rights reserved.

DO NOT CLICK ON ANY OF THE ABOVE LINKS!

Just soi you know that email is bullshit. I know because I have several emails and each one of them got the very same email? What a lot of bullshit! All they’re looking for is for me to supply them with my details so thy can scam me or perhaps for a little identity theft. They’re certainly not going to send me an Apple iPhone 6s any time soon 😀

If you get an email that looks anything like the one above, whatever you do don’t fall for it! Delete the email immediately! Whatever you do don’t give them any personal information. Don’t click on any of the links because that way they’ll know they have a legitimate email address and you’ll open up the flood gates for a lot more of this type of crap!


Coca Cola email scamThere is a brand new Coca Cola email scam being sent out which is a total scam. I’ve printed the email below. Even Coca Cola have put out a FAQ warning people of this Coca Cola email scam.

How to tell its a Coca Cola Email Scam

The first thing you should know is that nobody goes through a bunch of random emails for a lottery. If they were going to have a lottery it would be publicised in order to get some value for their bucks. Just think about it, what’s in it for them to just hand out an unofficial lottery prize? None, right? That’s because no-one gives anything away for nothing. So how could this type of Coca Cola email scam possibly promote “awareness and  publicity of  the  Coca-Cola Zero sugar product”?

Secondly, why would a company the size of Coca Cola use a Yahoo account as their email contact? Of course they wouldn’t.

It’s obvious that the people who have perpetrated this scam have done it in order to get your personal information. So please don’t give them the chance of using that information against you.

So, if you’ve received the following email put it in your junk email folder. Whatever you do, don’t reply to it as that confirms they have a legitimate email and will open the floodgates for more scam emails.

COCA-COLA COMPANY OFFICIAL PRIZE NOTIFICATION

We are pleased to inform you of the result of the  concluded draws held on the  {28th of January, 2016}  by Coca-Cola in conjunction with  Ipod  Worldwide Promotion.
Your email  was among the 20 Lucky winners who won Ј750,000.00{Seven Hundred And Fifty Thousand  Great Britain Pounds} each in  the Coca-Cola Company  2016 online Promo.

This draw is being organized to enhance awareness and  publicity of  the  Coca-Cola Zero sugar product.

However the results were released on the {3rd of Febuary,2016} and  your email was attached to ticket number (5PWccz2016) and ballot number (BT:14052016/20) The online draws was conducted by a random selection of email addresses from an exclusive list of 29,031,643 E-mail addresses of individuals and corporate bodies picked by an advanced automated random computer search from the internet.

However, no tickets were sold but all email addresses were assigned to different ticket numbers for representation and privacy.

The selection process was carried out through random selection in our computerized email selection machine (TOPAZ) .

This Lottery is approved by the British Gaming Board and also licensed by the The International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR).This lottery is the 2nd of its kind and we intend to sensitize the public.

To begin the claim  processing of your prize you are to contact the Online Co-ordinator and provide him with the following informations   as stated below, so we can proceed with the verification and clearance process of your file.

1. Full Names : …………………………………….

2. Residential Address : …………………………………….

3. Phone Number :Mobile&Home……………………………………

4. Fax Number : ……………………………………

5. Occupation : ……………………………………

6. Sex : ……………………………………

7. Age : ……………………………………

8. Nationality :…………………

9.Ballot No. :…………………..

10.Ticket No.:………………….

Mr Terry Grant .
Online Co-ordinator.
22 Garden Close, Stamford, Lincs,PE9 2YP,London
United Kingdom

Email:  coca.colaaward@yahoo.com

*You are adviced to forward these informations as soon as possible to
enable us attend to your file.

This email is registered and sent only to a certified coca-cola online
promo winner.

Due to possible mix up of some numbers and email contacts, we ask that you keep this award strictly from public notice until your claim has been processed and your money remitted. This is part of our security protocol to avoid double claiming or unscrupulous acts by some participants of this program.

*Staff of Coca-Cola and Ipod Worldwide Promotions are not to partake in this programme.

Accept our hearty congratulations once again!

Yours Faithfully,
For Management


Lottobroker.com a scamDon’t you hate those sites that say one thing but their intention is just to suck you in. Like those sites that say, “Is Lottobroker.com a scam? Read our review” Of course their intention was always to try and get you to actually join Lottobroker.com. Asking the question as to whether or not Lottobroker was a scam was just a ploy to suck in all those people who are really wanting to know if Lottobroker could be trusted. And why wouldn’t they want to know something like that. The last thing they want is to be sucked in by another scam site.

There is one site though who is actually calling out Lottobroker.com as a online lottery site that can’t be trusted. The post I’m talking about is called Is Lottobroker A Scam? Can They Be Trusted? It then goes on to say exactly why you can’t trust Lottobroker.com when it comes to buying your lottery tickets online.

Lottobroker.com A Scam? Can’t Be Trusted!

When dealing with anyone, whether it’s online or a bricks and mortar business you want to make sure that their trustworthy. If you knew, as an example, that they weren’t paying their employees properly or that they were ripping someone off then it’s probably a safe bet to say they couldn’t be trusted.

Apparently Lottobroker has been ripping their affiliates off. These are the same people who have been promoting them as a trustworthy site only to have all that hard work trashed by their employer. That’s like going to work only to find that your boss has decided he’s not going to pay you your wages. Not only wouldn’t you trust him anymore but you would probably warn off everybody you knew so they would get sucked in by him as well.

Well that is what the guy who wrote that post is trying to do. He’s trying to warn people away from Lottobroker because he honestly believes they can’t be trusted. That way people won’t waste their time by joining and hopefully Lottobroker members will stop using their services.

Give this post a plug so that more people will find out that Lottobroker.com shouldn’t be trusted.


I just got an email today from Woolworth that looked legitimate enough but is obviously a scam. You may have got one as well. It looks like the image below.

Woolworth Lottery Phishing Email

Woolworth Lottery Scam

I had to look twice when I received this Woolworth Lottery email because I’m actually a Woolworths reward member. I did a bit of a double take though when I saw the email address they sent it to. It wasn’t the email address I signed up with! That was the first warning.

The second one was the fact that it didn’t mention my name in the email. To date every email I’ve received from Woolworths addressed me by my first name.

The third thing warning was that the link in the email did not point to their domain at all. After clicking  it, which you should never do but I did because that’s the sort of guy I am, putting myself at risk for the greater good. 😉 Anyway it redirected me to page that also looked legit but again was complete bullshit.

This email was obviously meant to get you to divulge your personal information, either to try for identity theft or to hit you with other scams. Apparently there are other Woolworth scams out there and you can read about it here.

I know I’ve said this before but if you ever get any email saying you’ve won the lottery or that you’re going to get some free tickets in a lottery or something it’s going to be complete bullshit. Delete the email immediately.

The only way to win the lottery is to actually go out there and buy an actual tickets. Did you know that you can actually buy your lottery tickets online? While there are probably fake sites out there, there are also online lottery sites that have proven to be legitimate. I think you’ll fine this article most interesting.