Email Fraud Alert received from: Patrick
I recently received an email with this subject line: Fraud Alert and I am concerned that it could be an attempt at defrauding me. Let me know in the comments section what you think, please.
The full contents of the suspected fraudulent (phishing / scamming) e-mail appear below:
see link http://cars.brick7.co.za/land-rover/freelander/1100775.html
Sorry for the delayed response but we are in United Kingdom right now and we have been very busy and we cannot use it anymore. We shoot a documentary in South Africa for National Geographic and in two weeks the documentary will be ready. Here is a little part:
The rest will be on TV in two weeks. Anyway, thank you for your interest in buying the car. The car is registered in South Africa on Alicia’s name. We are selling this car at a very cheap price because we moved in UK with our work and we cannot use it anymore, have a contract here and we will return in SA only after 2 years. The car is like new, in perfect conditions, accident free, no scratches, no special marks, no need for additional repairs, always garaged. You can see from the pictures. If you decide to buy the car we will bring it at your home anywhere in SA. We will wait for your email if you are interested and have the funds ready.
For more pictures or info to purchase the car please give us a reply, call or Whatsapp with your email address. For this price we have a lot of buyers interested on it so a reply to this email will be fine.
Thank you & regards,
For National Geographic Channel
David and Alicia
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The above email was sent by “David and Alicia” from this email address: email@example.com
I, Patrick, have the following thoughts/comments on this suspected fraudulent email message from “David and Alicia”:
Same as the 2013 Toyota yaris fraud alert