Several times a week I receive messages telling me that I have been selected to help someone retrieve millions of dollars which are mysteriously stuck in a bank somewhere. Only I can help. All I have to do is to give my bank details so that the money which is stuck can be rescued.

Naturally, I’ll be given a huge fee for my services.

I expect you’ve received dozens of these emails too.

Most of them are tedious. They tell pretty much the same story. And it’s difficult to see why anyone could believe them.

But today I received the Daddy of all scams.



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Source: Dr Vernon Coleman - MB ChB DSc Read the original article here: