Villainous bastards


The Covid spoofers

‘fish’ under NHS guise

there’s no redemption


by Scooj

I was by prompted to write this on receiving a very convincing NHS email to make an appointment for a vaccination, based on ‘family genetics or medical history’. As a healthy 57 year old, this didn’t ring true, but I nearly fell for it. Some people really are the scum of the earth, may they rot in hell.

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I am Stephen. I live in Bristol, UK. I decided to shorten my this: Wildlife, haiku, travel, streetart, psychogeography and my family. Not necessarily in that order.

3 thoughts on “Villainous bastards”

  1. Earlier on this afternoon I had a phonecall from a mobile number, although in all probability it was a computer generated number and the real disguised number would have been completely different, telling me that my National insurance number was in trouble of being withdrawn and I would have to pay to get it back. Luckily for me I keep well up to date with modern fraud and scam techniques so I just stopped the call and instantly blocked the number, but I can imagine to someone less aware they might well have fallen for it.

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