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Scam Email received 2/14/2020

Email From:

hello@email.seeking.com

Sender Name:

SeekingArrangement

Other emails used:

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Email Subject:

Last Chance to Save 33% on Seeking for Valentines!


Last Chance to Save 33% on Seeking for Valentines! – hello@email.seeking.com


Last Chance! Save 33% Off Premium Subscriptions! Treat Yourself to a Sweet Upgrade! To celebrate Valentine’s Day, we’re offering a special discount. For a limited time only, save 33% on a one-month Premium subscription. Offer ends this Saturday. Upgrade to Premium to enjoy: Unlimited Messaging Live Chat A Featured Profile listing and more! UPGRADE NOW http://links.email.seeking.com/ctt?kn=9&ms=MTY5NjI4MzMS1&r=Mjc2NzI5NDU2NjcxS0&b=2&j=MTgyMDkwNzk2NgS2&mt=1&rt=0 Offer is Valid February 12, 12:01am PST, to February 15, 11:59pm PST 2020. Cannot be combined with any other offers. Management reserves all rights. To ensure delivery to your inbox, please add hello@email.seeking.com and alerts@account.seeking.com to your address book. familyguyyy@gmail.com is registered to an active member of Seeking.com If this email was received in error, please unsubscribe here: http://links.email.seeking.com/ctt?kn=10&ms=MTY5NjI4MzMS1&r=Mjc2NzI5NDU2NjcxS0&b=2&j=MTgyMDkwNzk2NgS2&mt=1&rt=0 Please do not reply directly to this email. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact support@seeking.com. Copyright © 2005-2020 SeekingArrangement in conjunction with Reflex Media – All rights reserved. 3250 Pepper Lane, Las Vegas, NV 89120 SeekingArrangement – hello@email.seeking.com

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    Do a Google search for the persons name/company name that the email has come from.

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