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Interesting fake email spam I got.

Post by Master » January 29th, 2009, 1:32 am

For a couple of weeks a got an email from a russian woman posting very long detailed letters for no reason. i almost never responded. she kinda writes to make you like her and make you want her. Then said she needed money like $900 to get to the U.S. to pay for the passport. In a way to make you feel bad if you didnt. i found that kind of spamming interesting. It was more like advanced spaming. Any of you gotten anything like that at all?

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Post by Winston » January 29th, 2009, 7:16 am

Of course. That's an old routine. Just tell her that you'll send her the money and then give her a fake western union number, so that when she goes to pick it up, she'll get a painful shock and let down. Then give her another fake number and repeat the process as long as you can to frustrate the hell out of her (or him) to teach them a lesson.

Then tell them that you've traced their IP and have sent the Russian mafia after them, whom you paid up and have connections with. That'll scare the shit out of them.

They need to be taught that crime doesn't pay.
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