This site will hopefully let you know that the email you received is a scam.
The names used in these scams are not necessarily the people committing the scam. If you name is mentioned in one of these email scams I am sorry but these emails go out to 1000′s of people and there is no way to retrieve/delete them all. If one of these email addresses is your email address, the site will after you prove you had nothing to do with the scam edit the address. My suggestion would be you change your email address as these email scams have gone out to 1000′s of people and there is no way to retrieve/delete them all.
The formatting and spelling of the scam emails is, as they are received, I also have copies of all scam emails.
Please Note that these scammers are not adverse to cold calling your telephone numbers with similar scams.
Hopefully this site will confirm those misgivings you are having about an email you have received. More than likely if the email is from a person unknown to you and wants to give you money for a lottery you never entered, or inheritance from a person unrelated to you, or asks you to transfer large amounts of money it is probably a scam.
So far the site has
Been Gifted $153,650,000
Business Deals $29,500,000
For a grand total of $489,949,000
That's Four Hundred Eighty Nine Million, Nine Hundred and Forty Nine Thousand Dollars.
Obviously these are fake figures and I will keep calculating them as I add new scams to the site. I am sure with the backlog of scams that these figures will soon be in the Billions of Dollars that we have supposedly won, inherited, been gifted, asked to invest or asked to do dodgy business deals.