Scam Emails and a bit of baiting

Arriving tomorrow order update

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WARNING: These are scams. They are Emails sent to a honeytrap address only ever used for this purpose. Do not reply to these people, they will try to con you into paying out money in return for nothing.

CAVEAT: Please note that some of these Emails may be impersonating a genuine company or person. We wish to make it clear that any such name mentioned within these Emails has no connection to the scam. For the sake of searching, we leave these messages untouched, but we will respond to any concerns left in our comments.

From: Arriving tomorrow<>
Date: Tue, 22 Sep 2020 17:34:19 +0000
Subject: order update

[Alternate text]

Order #405-4473028-5437651


We thought you’d like to know that we’ve dispatched your item(s). Your
order is on the way. If you need to return an item from this shipment
or manage other orders, Call our Toll-Free

If you need further assistance or to Cancel your order, CALL US
CUSTOMER SERVICE 1-833-316-0818.



Your package was sent to:




33414, US

Your package is being shipped by Amazon Transportation Services and
the tracking number is 237738020351. Please note that a signature may
be required for the delivery of the package.

[Alternate text]

SAMSUNG Electronics OM32H 32″ 1080p Smart LED TV, Microphone, and
Speaker (Automatic Speaker Focus & Smart Meeting Room Enabled)
Sold by John Densmore


Item Subtotal : $1,828.51
Shipping & Handling : $00.00
Shipment Total : $1,828.51

If you need further assistance or to Cancel your order, CALL US
CUSTOMER SERVICE 1-833-316-0818

We hope to see you again soon!


  1. I assumed it was a scam when it arrived in my email box this morning. However, concerned that a credit card had been compromised, I ran a search of the name and address and found your site. Thank you for this. Are you collecting originating addresses for the scam email?

    1. Thank you for your comment, it makes the effort worthwhile knowing we have helped someone.

      The premise behind our website is that we have managed to get a batch of honeypot Email addresses scraped onto some “dodgy” lists. We have full control of the domains involved, and run our own mail servers, so we know when an Email arrives from Amazon it will be fake. Our account has never registered with any site, let alone Amazon.

      Consequently, we are unable to publish Emails from any other source. We have no way of knowing if the Email was a legitimate mailing or not.

      You are welcome to post your version of the above Email in the comments though – the variations help with the search engines. We reserve the right to redact the address though.

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