Spam / Scam SEO

By July 24, 2013April 19th, 2018Internet

Every website owner’s dream is to be ranked number 1 on Google. So it is not surprising that many are lured into the trap of spam emails which guarantee this very thing through one ‘simple’ transaction. Many proceed and enter their credit card details and receive nothing in return. Others may even find that their website has been banned from Google’s index entirely.

The sender of the spam email is usually one of the following:

  • An untrustworthy overseas company
  • A free email account
  • An unverifiable email address

Spam emails will often contain subject lines such as:

  • Guaranteed Rank No.1 In Google
  • SEO and Web Proposal
  • SEO Ranking Proposal
  • Importance of Ranking on Page 1 of Search Engines
  • Proposal for Website Optimisation

An example of what the spammer may say:


Get your site on Google’s Front Page search:
If yes, please let us know your website which you want to optimize.
We will provide full SEO proposal with plan and activity which we will implement on your website.

Our Highlights:

  1. SEO (Search Engine Optimization)
  2. Pay per click (PPC)
  3. Link Building
  4. Press Release
  5. Article Submission/Article Writing
  6. Blog Submissions/Writing
  7. Directory Submission
  8. Social Media Optimization.

We always adopt the ETHICAL SEO process/White hat techniques; we also follow the guidelines of Google and major search engine for Organic SEO results which stay there.


  • 100% Transparency: Detailed tracking & reporting
  • 07 Years Experience
  • 100% Success Rate


Email us… let us know that you are interested in our…..Search Engine Optimization Services. If you can give me a sample URL I can do a detailed analysis and send quotes accordingly.

Hope to get early response. Do reply back with your phone numbers for quick communications.


Thank & Regards XXXXXX XXXX

Number 1 ranking on Google?

The fact of the matter is, no one can guarantee a #1 ranking on Google. Google states that users should “beware of SEOs that claim to guarantee rankings, allege a ‘special relationship’ with Google, or advertise a ‘priority submit’ to Google”. No such priority submit option exists. A key point to remember is that reputable companies who specialise in SEO would never spam you in that way!

Improving your ranking

There are measures that you can take however, to improve your rank on Google. You should note that this is not a quick process as it takes a lot of time, effort and attention. Producing high quality content that is relevant to your target audience is the best way to raise your website’s ranking. Contact your local SEO company who can provide you expert assistance with this process.

What to do with the emails?

We recommend you label these emails as spam in your email client.

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