Just started uploading today on FAA, someone has an 'important deal' for me, via site email - sounds suspicious! Before I go down this rabbit hole - should I reply, or is this a recognised tactic to pounce on newcomers!?
The member in question has no bio, images or followers.
not always. not everyone has perfect lexiconic abilities. i look at the content, not how its spelled etc. like when i type with a phone, the spelling may be off, dots are in the wrong places because its too close to the keyboard etc.
Be aware that scammers can fake a domain or sender in the link they want you to click on. If you actually thought that you were interested, and it looked like a real link, you should type in the link in your browser window and not click on the one in the e mail, but, in general weird wording, misspellings and "too good to be true" are nearly always dead giveaways. They're right in there with those e mails that say that there's a new Toyota that nobody picked up, so you can have it, or $500 or a hot date or a great job or your chance to pick up some unclaimed freight for $10.