Email warns that cheap rubber hair bands from China may have been made from used condoms.
Outline: Email claims that the recipient must supply account details within five days or his or her Yahoo account will be closed. Brief Analysis: The email is not from Yahoo. The message is a ...
Several YouTube videos apparently show corn being popped by the radiation from an array of cellphones.
Emails purporting to be from delivery company, UPS, claim that a package sent by the recipient could not be delivered. The messages instruct the recipient to open an attachment to print out an invoice.
Email claims that attached images show a “human parts processing factory” in Russia where human organs are harvested for transplants.
Email claims that the recipient can receive $50 from American Airlines for taking a short online survey.
Circulating message claims that Bill Gates of Microsoft is “sharing his fortune” with those who forward the message to others.
Criminals use a large variety of nefarious schemes to “launder” their ill gotten gains and/or trick unwary victims into sending them money or personal information. One such scheme involves sending the victim a cheque ...
Story claims that Australian venomous snakes such as the Taipan are cross breeding with harmless Carpet Pythons to produce deadly hybrids.
Email forward claims that an apparent good Samaritan who changed a flat tire for a woman in a shopping mall car park was actually a deranged killer intent on abduction.