According to this email, which purports to be from Apple, your account was accessed in another location and the company considers this suspicious. The email urges you to open an attached file for details.
Message claims that drinking cold water after a meal will solidify 'oily stuff' present in the food consumed and will lead to cancer. A second version recommends drinking warm water with meals and tacks on unrelated information about heart attacks.
In recent weeks, Facebook has been inundated with posts claiming that American actor and comedian Tyler Perry is giving away cash and valuable gifts to his fans. In an effort to inform fans and try to stop the flow of the scam posts, Tyler Perry has now published a video on his Facebook Page.
Warning message claims that researchers at Princeton University have discovered that electromagnetic radiation from decorative magnets stuck to refrigerator doors "radiated" the food inside thereby massively increasing the probability of cancer in test mice used in the study.
Message claims that a man posing as a car park attendant at Bristol Zoo collected unauthorised parking fees from zoo visitors for 25 years before absconding to Spain to live in luxury on the proceeds of his illegal activities.
According to this email, the sender has infected your computer with malware after you visited a porn website. Supposedly, the malware turned on your computer's camera and captured your actions during your visit.
Circulating message claims that aircraft company Boeing is set to launch a 1000 passenger jet aircraft that sports a radical Blended Wing design and will be called the Boeing 797. The message features several images supposedly depicting the new Boeing 797.
Recently, I received yet another scam phone call claiming that my Internet service was about to be disconnected because my computer was sending out viruses. The call was supposedly from Australian telecommunications giant Telstra.