Wedding experts Beware
|June 6, 2017||Posted by BLOGGER under BUSINESS|
We've heard of and noticed the lottery scams (where you get a blue email saying you've won the lottery!)
The gimmicks that phone advertisers insist they need SS #, The scams that you get an email from a credit card company say they Need to verify your SS # and other information (half the time you do not even have an account with the Company!), And I love ... Email of a Nigerian Government official usually begins " Ma'am, I received your information from a confidential source ... "The letter will then tell you a story about a huge amount of money hiding abroad. Write the desired letter to your bank account. In return, he promised you a large sum of money. Really? Brain! And there are many other schemes we all encounter.
I was recently approached by two that I have never heard of. So I want to pass this to make sure that no one falls for these things. Luckily I did not fall for them, but I can see how some people would do. One is targeting wedding professionals, and one in anyone!
I recently received the following email:
Greetings, My name is Capt.Brian Stark, I am looking for an experienced wedding planner who will handle my wedding. The wedding will be held on October 8, 2009 and 40 people are expected to attend. You must arrange for Videography, Music, Entertainment, Photography, Officiant / Priest & Cake, Flowers and Reception. If there are any items that you can not handle, let us know so that other companies can handle it. Since I do not know what customers can choose for their meals and drinks, I will make a prepayment as initial deposit for this booking upon availability made available by you. . Sincerely, Capt.Brian Stark, +1 360 450 2124