The subject line of "Be More Careful" was enough to get one woman's attention. The rest of the letter was even more disturbing.
"Right then and there, I was real scared," she told us.
The woman asked to not be identified, but she showed us e-mails sent to her with death threats.
"Now, do you want to live or die as someone has paid us to kill you," she read from the e-mail. "Get back to me now, if you are ready to pay some fees to spare your life."
The letters said people were monitoring her every move and ordered her to reply to "Death Dealers RIP."
The woman contacted the police and an officer told her the e-mail most likely is a scam. The FBI tells us they are familiar with the e-mails and take them seriously.
Always, always delete e-mails if you don't recognize the sender. Spammers are a scourge, and we should all beware. If there truly is a person that is sending out fake death threats to get scared people to cough up some money, that person has crossed the line from slimy marketing to outright extortion.