Do you know Gillian and Adrian Bayford? You should since they offered you 1.5 million dollars. It seems too good to be true, right?

Here is the email message:

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Unlike scams that rely on phishing sites, this one links to a legitimate Web site to gain credibility so that you will reply to the email. Do not reply and never include any personal information in an email, especially to unfamiliar senders that do not know your name like this one:

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There are a few other problems with this email:

  • The message claims to know your email address, but it is sent to “recipients”.
  • The Google Management Team would never submit your email address to anyone.
  • There are grammar errors everywhere.