I know, most everyone can determine that the letter from the exhiled Prince of France is a fake. You will not get back $3 million for your meager $2,500 investment. And I know you know that. But scammers also know you know that, so they have moved on to new tricks, are you prepared to avoid them?
This topic has recently been troubling me because I have gotten several emails from our "System Administrator" informing me that I am over the limit on my mailbox storage, emails that I know are fake. The problem is, they are written convincingly enough that I'm worried that if people don't know what to look out for, they could be taken in by it.
Here's the full text of the email that was sent to me: