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jonasbn (1153)

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Journal of jonasbn (1153)

Tuesday July 10, 2007
06:45 AM

Threats from a Spammer

[ #33768 ]

Received this spam today:


Hi
It`s lara again. Will you ever contact me?
I made those nude pictures especially for you and I wont write to you again!
If you wanna see them just drop me a line at: blara93@freemailwap.info

I particularly noticed this line:

I wont write to you again!

What a threat!

If only they would actually stop writing, but I do not believe spammers to be people you can actually trust.

I am not a spammer, so I am not sure how spamming works in detail, but by exposing spammers to spammer addresses, would these people spam each other? I guess they do pick up some addresses by scanning web sites etc.

I was about to obfuscate the address in the spam mail, but then I thought, why even bother.

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