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#214252 3-May-2017 21:52
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Just received this junk mail in the letterbox

Looks like scam, but believable as prices not too ridiculously cheap

Spelling not bad, only one grammatical mistake i could pickup but hard to spot

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  #1775198 3-May-2017 21:58
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Considering they are also selling the recalled Galaxy Note 7... most likely a scam :-)



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  #1775201 3-May-2017 22:01
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Gmail addresses? Yep, scam.

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  #1775202 3-May-2017 22:03
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Did a quick Google search of the Domain they use for the first email on that pamphlet and it shows up some interesting results.


Would suggest reporting it via or forwarding it onto the DIA as can imagine even though the prices aren't super cheap a few people would easily fall for this. 

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  #1775215 3-May-2017 22:14
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So the way you get these super specials is by emailing "luca bruce" at the following email addresses?...... yip, screams scam to me.....


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  #1775233 3-May-2017 22:34
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Have forwarded on to DIA

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  #1775236 3-May-2017 22:40
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Have heard of these scams before.


Sometimes they do deliver product to the early buyers, at a loss, to get positive reviews / testimony, which they then use to scam a larger group of buyers (who never get what they ordered).

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  #1775237 3-May-2017 22:43
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Samsung is selling refurb galaxy note7 with a slightly smaller battery. But obviously a scam anyways.

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