Another versin of SCAM emails dropping into my email now and then.
No, don’t worry, I wont email them
Read below and beware when you get emails like this
“This is to inform you that we are looking for a professional painter/artist (wall painter,body paint artist,sculptural artist or makeup artist) that will work under a contract for us at our upcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup that will be held in Russia, below are the stadium locations that the matches will be held;
I am contacting you as one of the head of the stadium designing committee that we are in need of your artistic work, and i will also like to inform you that a your job for us will be on a contract in which we are ready to pay out 75% of the total amount of the whole contract to you before you start the work, and after finishing it, we will pay you the remaining balance.
Right now, i will like you to send me your Resume/C.V, your art work that you’ve done in the past, all to my email as soon as you finish reading this message.
Now, why would I EVER believe people sending emails like this one to me?
If you receive an email like this, you should just delete them and never answer them. If you look closely and remove the feel of you believing this could be the big chance to success, read again and look closely: do you ever think an organizer for the coming World Cup 2018 in Russia would ever contact you like this and write like this and leave out so much in the email.
Beware as it’s a hot summer and one might start to feel the heat wave and make bad decisions. These sort of emails are only after your money. to scam you
How they trick you
Because this email I got do not mention any cost for the recipient of this email initially, it doesn’t mean that wont come later, as the scammer like to lure the recipient into their claws. It may take time with back and forth emails, but eventually they WILL take your money – and “you” who believed you would GET money and FAME. These people know how to tap your emotions and feelings and its all about tricking you. It is nothing new, and sadly many get tricked. But look closely when you get emails like this. First of course just throw it. If you don’t throw it, then look at the language how it is written. And what type of email address they are using. If that even is the one they will actually use at all times with “you” if you start to contact them.
Now I am an artist and I have written about football on my Facebook, so it could be very sophisticated if they have a “robot” searching the internet for artists who like and write about football.
This would mean that they could start to write emails to Tulip enthusiasts and so forth, targeting their scam emails. Everything is possible in this day and age.