I regularly get e-mails from scammers claiming my account has been deactivated. I hover over the e-mail address if it’s an account I actually have. For those accounts I don’t have, I send them to the Spam folder immediately. I don’t open them as that may verify I have a valid e-mail address. Plus, some scammers and hackers include nasty malware in the e-mail.
Imagine what these people could be doing if they used their power to help humanity. I saw a case where some scammers managed to get billions of dollars for their efforts and flee to a country where they think it’s extradition proof. What they don’t get is God what they did. Galatians 6:7 sums it very well: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Galatians%206:7&version=KJV: 7 Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.
You may get away with on this planet, but God is not going to let them get away on Judgment Day or if they die sooner. Not only that, they may reap what they sowed here before they die. I pray for the scammers in the hope they realize what they are doing is wrong.
I also get scammers claiming to be Christians. These usually begin with some form of acknowledgement they are Christians. Again, these go straight to the Spam folder. That’s pretty gutsy and unwise to invoke God or Jesus Christ in your scam.