The trouble with scammers is that we all like a good bargain and we can’t resist something that is ‘too good to be true’.
Regrettably scammers rarely operate on a charitable basis and want to fleece as many of us as quickly as they can.
Whether we are intellectual or ‘one sandwich short of a picnic’ we respond to their psychological hooks.
The OFT have identified the various ways they pray on victims:
You are singled out as a special person who will be receiving untold benefits. You deserve it ……
The offer is coming from someone who sounds a generally good guy and important in his field. Trust me ……
You will miss the unmissable offer if you don’t sign up NOW. Going, going, gone …..
Other satisfied people have made millions. Join in the action. Here is what my brother said ………… and his wife ……… and her neighbour ………..
You’ve nothing to lose – money back guarantee. Just write to PO Box 999, Goneaway Street, London.
Remember if it looks ‘too good to be true’ it most probably is.
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