1. ‘I a‌m the‌ Ha‌cke‌r who‌ Cra‌cke‌d yo‌u‌r Ema‌i‌l’ Fake Blackmail Sextortion Scam

    This email claims to be from a hacker who created compromising screenshots of you while you were "having fun on web-si‌te‌s of pe‌rso‌na‌l co‌nte‌nt".

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  2. Sun Powered Key Ring Tracking Device Hoax

    Message warns that a free key holder being handed out at petrol stations contains a hidden device that is being used by criminals to track the movements of potential victims.

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  3. Kroger Club $200 Black Friday Coupon Scam Hitting Facebook

    A post currently circulating on Facebook is claiming that US retailer Kroger is giving every family a $200 off coupon as a means of celebrating Black Friday. 

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  4. Google Street View and the Donkey

    Widespread speculation on the Internet suggests that the Google Street View car knocked over and possibly killed a donkey while driving down a bush road in Botswana. 

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  5. ‘Big Lottery Fund’ Advance Fee Scam Email

    According to this email, you have won £1,130,883 via the Big Lottery Fund and should contact the Foreign Exchange & Remittance Department manager to request payment. 

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