Internet scam has been jogging since the beginning of the net and has been responsible for people losing millions of pounds. It’s received international news coverage over the years, but people are still falling victim to it.
The scam usually begins as an unsolicited message asking for financial help or a business proposition. Although there’s lots of cover tales, the premise is usually the same. You are asked to pay a substantial amount in order to free up a funds sum in excess of millions. One time it is been freed up, you are entitled to a slice of this funds, making you an instant millionaire.
In reality, this money sum doesn’t exist. It is a trick intended to receive money and personal bank details from you. The scam is widely known by plenty of web users. However, millions of pounds are still being stolen from innocent victims. They recommend that you look out for
• An e-mail from an unknown basis asking for any kind of financial investment.
• Poor make use of English and grammar in an e-mail.
• E-mail from a Yahoo, Hotmail or Gmail account.