Should I click on the link?
Seems legit 🙂
yes, click, as soon as you can, riches are there for the asking
Prior to the “click” I would consult with Mr. Barnum, if he says OK then go for it. 😎
I note that the sender's domain epionce.com belongs to a brand of skin-care products.
James, I would have been "filled with joy" to have received your above posted email instead of the one from my "neighbor" with an ebook attachment titled "The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind"! It ought to be a hoot read, especially in my world. 😎
ps: the book is interesting....i think.
I was wondering about the epionce.com domain as well. I'd investigate a bit more - maybe even contacting Chase with this screenshot.
I almost bought a $9K bicycle for $99 a couple weeks ago....
Actually, it would seem that Nebraska would agree with the book's idea and preceded it in breaking down a bicameral entity to a unicameral one.
@dave-lindell Fortunately, just before clicking the submit payment link, I did a little research and found that it most likely would have been no bike for $99 and possible exposure of my credit card info. Such a sweet bike but like they say, 'if it looks too good to be true, it probably is.'
I've been scammed a couple of times. One time I knew it was a scam.
Always pay with PayPal. They don't give your card information to the seller and if you don't get what you ordered PayPal will reimburse you.
'if it looks too good to be true, it probably is.'
I'm beginning to realize that may well be why women shy away from me.