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Sometimes the link included in spoofed e-mails looks like a genuine Amazon Payments address. It’s scary how good some of these scam artists are.You can check where it actually points to by hovering your mouse over the link–the actual website where it points to will be shown in the status bar at the bottom of your browser window or as a pop-up. .” or an IP address (string of numbers) followed by directories such as “ I guess my guard came up early because of the old saying “If it’s too good to be true, it probably is.” Be careful; be smart; and be skeptical!Most of the items turn out to be no good, but it's worth a throw! From David Mc Clure: There is no such or similar name in the 'Gazetteer of Ayrshire 1750-1800' in ed. The band in Buttermarket Close, Ayr (John Faulds Davidson snr 23/05/1906 - 04/01/1947) From Frances Carson, : Can anyone help with an impossible task of turning up with a photograph of my very elusive grandfather.He lived in old Ferguson Street Ayr, married to Frances Rowan Hill, had 7 children (6 lassies 1 boy- who was the apple of his fathers eye).It is still in Canada at a warehouse in Whitehorse YT ready to be delivered to its buyer with all the documents.
Here are some of the warning signs: Over at Amazon, they have posted some good information on spotting scammers.I had previously looked through the volumes of early Scottish public records for Ayrshire items starting with Sk-, without coming across it.I couldn't find it in the Scottish National Archives or SCAN websites. The specific subject in this case is the transmission of possible Anglian (Northumbrian) place-names in Scotland in areas where the Old English language may have died out uder pressure from the Cumbric language of early medieval southern Scotland (related to Welsh) or to medieval Gaelic.In order to start the transaction, please go on Amazon Payments and register, once you do that, Amazon Payments will send you the invoice with all the payment and shipping details.Thank you, When I clicked on the link, here’s a screen shot of the site: The site above looks pretty legitimate but the url was a little strange: in the URL does it say
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