Tuesday, 6 May 2014

Mrs. Juliet Grubber — juiletgrubber@rogers.com

from: Devins, Patricia A. <PADevins@carilionclinic.org>
to: "Devins, Patricia A." <PADevins@carilionclinic.org>
date: 6 May 2014 18:56
subject: RE: Help

Mrs. Juliet Grubber picked your email for a project.For details email: juiletgrubber@rogers.com

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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

I received the same email except it was from Cole B. Waldrop (cw1154@txstate.edu). I didn't reply or send an email. I was probably not too smart even opening the email.

Anonymous said...

I replied to it saying 'Wrong email?'. Oopsies.

Anonymous said...

i replied foolish on my behalf

Anonymous said...

Yes. Me too..received back her email as she is sick and donations wishes and ask more about me..oh! I should knowing not to reply. Off course only reply the first one. Not the second around! .

Zimbahan said...

the Juliet Grubber email is a huge scam. If you go thru all the steps you eend up with a faux bank that offers you three account options in which you have to pay sumss of money before they promise to give you a large inheritance,

Anonymous said...

Yeah , I got the email and only replied very little information. So I decided to Google the name and any scams. I am glad I did.

gavin mahoney said...

I have had same email, 20th June 2014. Just deleted, I can't believe people are still falling for this, seriously.

Anonymous said...

I wrote back and have not heard from her as yet. I reversed things so that she has to provide me with proof of her identity and she has to tell me something that her husband and other family members don't know about her. I faked a secret with her. I said that I like violent porn movies where the women are in charge.

Anonymous said...

I got this email but it was not addressed to me, but to a Sara Capriolo. It was also from Sara Capriolo. I have been getting allot of these bogus emails lately. They are really wasting their time because I only answer email from people that I know. Nowadays with all the internet scams going on, this seems to be the best policy. Always check to see if it is a scam by doing a search for key words in email on internet, never write back giving any personal information (including your name) as most are sent as blanket emails and not to you specifically ... you do not want them to know that your name and any other personal info is associated with that email you are replying with. Best thing is to add to block sender list and not let your curiosity get the best of you.

Anonymous said...

I did too smh

Anonymous said...

I replied to the juliet grubber stating as follows:

I received a suspicious email informing me to contact you for some project.

Please provide further details.

Also if you are a prince or princess somewhere on some reserve I do not have thousands of dollars to front you to get your gigantic Inheritance you received, to get you out of the country you are currently being held captive in. If you want to give me some money I'm good with that. I'll tell you a western union office you can wire me a bank draft to.

Otherwise, good luck with your scams.!".

Waiting for her response.

Anonymous said...

Hahahhaha.. you a bad man.