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More celebs named in email get-rich-quick scam

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"Brits Are Listening To Ant McPartlin And They’re Raking In Millions From Home" screams the headline - then the e-mail launches into a pitch that is a near replica of what we've seen before. It's using Ant McPartlin as a hook but also Phillip Schofield who is currently riding a wave of publicity.

"Brits Are Listening To Ant McPartlin And They’re Raking In Millions From Home

British television presenter, TV producer, rapper, singer, comedian and actor, Ant McPartlin has made a name for himself as a brash straight-talker who doesn’t mind being honest about how he makes his money.

This Morning host Phillip Schofield invited Ant McPartlin on the show to share any tips he had on building wealth and the UK television presenter dropped a bomb:

McPartlin says: “It’s a controversial investment, because the world banking community does not want the average person to have access to so much wealth outside of the system. They literally hate me for investing in this, but they’ll hate me even more for bringing it to everyone’s attention” – McPartlin laughed."

Of course, it's all a lie, a trap for the unwary. Links are to kolotm.com . The mail "from" address is at the same domain.
The alleged sender is Dominic Thompson - but that's unlikely to be true.

The IP address is a designated sender for that domain. That is located in Dublin.

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