The most obvious ones can be recognized at first glance, because they're riddled with spelling or grammatical errors that wouldn't pass muster with a middle-school writing teacher, let alone an actual grown-up business organization.
If you see a message, allegedly from a well-known company, yet the company's own name is misspelled (Disneyworld, Netflicks, Fe De X, etc.), you can delete it without a second thought.
Others will make first contact themselves, sending emails either to random people or to those who posted resumes on various online job-hunting sites.
Naturally, these scammy come-ons come in a variety of forms and flavors.
Moreover, Internet has made communication even free.
Ever wondered how difficult and expensive it was to connect to your family living abroad? With tons of high quality apps available on store, you can not only chat with your beloved one but also can call them wherever whenever you want.
For those who think it’s perfectly reasonable that a stranger might contact them with an offer of millions of dollars…