Watch out for domain offers from Cloe Harris, like this one (see below) … it’s fake.
If you write back, chances are you’ll start receiving far more spam emails in your inbox rather than serious offers. Sadly “Cloe” only wants you for your email address.
If you do reply back about the offer — hopefully because you want to mess with the scammers — I’d go through a temporary email account service like HideMyAss.com or sign up for a (new) Gmail account.
Remember the Internet rule: if something is too good to be true, it usually is.
Here’s the fake domain offer email:
From: Cloe Harris <email@example.com>
I have taken an interest in purchasing your domain [your domain name].
Please let me know if you are interested in selling. If so, all I need is your selling price and we will make a decision.