Does “Gavin” seem totally above-board to you? Don’t you want what his real name is? No matter what, it’s a scam. That he tried to bypass my spam filter by spoofing my own email address in the “from” header is a nice touch. And doesn’t the aol.com email address ooze technical proficiency?

Don’t respond to these messages, just delete them.

From: ‘Gavin Powell’ (email hidden; JavaScript is required)
Subject: Websites top in Google and producing
Reply-To: Gavin Powell (email hidden; JavaScript is required)

Hi,

Hope you are doing well.

My name is “Gavin” and working with a reputed leading Search Engine Optimization . Company in India having the experience of getting our customer’s websites top in Google and producing high revenue with top page rank.

I was recently visiting your website and saw your Website is not on First Page On Google for most of the relevant and user oriented Keywords pertaining to Your Domain so I was wondering If you would be interested in getting very Affordable Search Engine Optimization done for your website.

Let me know if you are interested and I would happy to send you more details on this.

I look forward to your positive response.

Regards,

Gavin

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