Email claims that the recipient's Windows Live Hotmail Account has been blocked because someone may have used the account to send out junk messages. The recipient is advised to follow a link to reactivate the blocked account.
Warning message claims that criminals in the UK are placing infant car seats containing fake babies on the sides of rural roads as a means of tricking potential victims into stopping their cars so that gang members can rape and rob them as part of a gang initiation.
Email, purporting to be from Australia's Commonwealth Bank, claims that the recipient's online account access has been suspended until he or she verifies identity and account details via a link in the message.
Emails claiming to be from YouTube ask recipients if the sender can use their photos or videos on a YouTube home page or inform them that their video is "on the top of YouTube". Other versions claim that recipient's YouTube video has been approved.