Warning! Offer for (name)Just received an email apparently addressed to me, but upon closer inspection, it's addressed to the email prefix which in this case is my first name. If it had gone to a different email address, it would have been "Offer for web". The body starts off with "Just couple hours ago I saw a thing that helped me realize" and comes from a Romanian email tnet.ro and the link in the body of the email directs you to what appears to be someones personal site that deals with their family history and looks like if it's genuine, the site has been hacked.
Of course it is more likely to be a php file that will run itself when you click the link and infect your computer, probably with a cryptlocker type infection which will cost you a LOT of money to recover, if at all, you would be more likely to support criminals and not receive any unlock instructions.
Much better to make regular backups of your data and keep the drive containing the data, unplugged whilst not actually making the backup. Never click on such links in what are obviously false emails.