Spammers blog postings
|Earliest: February 20, 2004||Latest: February 4, 2018||Total: 20|
|August 31, 2007|
Crystal DevelopmentWhat do the following companies have in common?
They are all the same company. They are currently spaming around the Internet. If you get an email from one of them, just add them to you SPAM Blocklist.
They can't even spell the word "development" correctly on their website:
VZV Ubicenter Philipssite 5
bus 13 B-3001 Leuven
|April 19, 2007|
Smart SpamSpam for those who have finished their 23rd year of school
Your current case has been presented to the important groups, and upon meticulous forethought, we are able to propose to you the subsequent prospect.
Based upon meticulous forethought you meet the criteria to attain a openhanded profit on your initial property investment.
By completing the subsequent attached form in a timely manner we will be able to complete our appraisal, and we feel assured you will attain not only a decreased rate of interest, but also a cash return that will fulfill all your holiday needs and more!
Please go here to complete this stage of the agreement.
Hoping on the best for you all.
Should you prefer not to take advantage of this holiday prospect you can go here.
|December 13, 2006|
Just saw this when visiting Boston.com website:
|November 27, 2006|
OEM SoftwareToday I got a SPAM that was selling OEM software, and in the body of the email is a FAQ, with the following:
Q: Why is the software so inexpensive?
A: We offer the software for downloading only, it means that you do not receive a fancy package, a printed manual and license that actually aggregate the largest part of the retail price. In this situation we are restricted in selling the products for private purposes only! You will not be able to get a technical support and different rebates from the manufacturer. Updates are available for the most of our products (you may ask our support staff for the exceptions) that make them fully functional and operating. Additionally you save the delivery cost.
Great, so I spend $149 to download Adobe software, but can't use it since there's no license. Might be better off throwing the money out the window, at least there's a chance some of it might blow back in....
|November 3, 2006|
Got to love FunBenefits spams, they have an image embedded in the email that checks to see if your reading it.
Here's an example, I altered the code so my "ID" wouldn't display.
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I bounced this email back to the server and got a response saying: 550 Relay Access Denied
My advice is to ignore whatever FunBenefits sells.
|May 1, 2006|
Contact the Paying BankGot to love these spam emails...
The East-West Australia Lotteries organization is sophisticated enough to run a multi-million Euro lottery, but requires you to contact them using a FREE Netscape email account.
BTW: Why would an Australia Lottery have its head office in the Netherlands and be dispensing Euros?
East-West Australia Lotteries,
1022 Kingsway Ave., Osborne,
Western Australia, 6018.
Head office: Maliebaan 38-40, 3581CR,
Utrecht, The Netherlands.
YOU WON: ?1,000,000.00!euros With outmost joy, we are pleased to inform you of the result of the East-West Australia Lotteries International programs held on the 16th of April 2006 drew cash Prize of ?1,000,000.00. Your e-mail address attached to Code number 370011972387-290-02 with claim.. [Lots of text removed...]
Contact details of our Paying Bank:
Contact person: Mr. Powell Green.
Department of Private Banking,
Deutsche Bank, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Tel: 31 647-494-395
Yours in services,
Felicia Lanza.(Lottery Coordinator)
Note: Participants below 21 years are automatically disqualified.
All e-mail transmission/correspondence are 100% protected by our Secure Socket Layer (SSL) server.
|January 30, 2006|
SpamSometime spam can be funny, like this one I recently got. This text is supposed to fool spam filters that this is a legitimate email.
The English Language. Have you ever wondered why foreigners have trouble with the English Language?. Let's face it. English is a crazy language. There is no egg in the eggplant No ham in the hamburger. And neither pine nor apple in the pineapple. English muffins were not invented in England. French fries were not invented in France. We sometimes take English for granted But if we examine its paradoxes we find that Quicksand takes you down slowly, Boxing rings are square. And a guinea pig is neither from Guinea nor is it a pig. If writers write, how come fingers don't fing. If the plural of tooth is teeth. Shouldn't the plural of phone booth be phone beeth, If the teacher taught, Why didn't the preacher praught. If a vegetarian eats vegetables. What the does a humanitarian eat? Why do people recite at a play, Yet play at a recital? Park on driveways and Drive on parkways. You have to marvel at the unique lunacy. Of a language where a house can burn up as it burns down. And in which you fill in a form by filling it out. And a bell is only heard once it goes! English was invented by people, not computers, and it reflects the creativity of the human race (Which of course isn't a race at all) That is why when the stars are out they are visible, but when the lights are out they are invisible, and why it is that when I wind up my watch it starts, but when I wind up this observation, it ends.
|December 27, 2005|
Robert G. AllenRobert G. Allen has decides to increase his business by using spam. He started his business career by writing several books on how to make money in the Real Estate market, now he's venture to online spam.
I would advised avoiding his books/seminars. There are plenty of better business people out there such as Brian Tracy and Harvey MacKay. Both offer a lot of free advice and have written excellent books.
Robert G. Allen spam Internet users by saying, "On live TV I promised the world I would make $24,000 in 24 hours..." Really, is this a good medium to distribute your message? The net results is similar to him printed up a bunch of door hangers and put them all over town. This is a bad way to get your name out.
This is one opportunity you should miss...
A couple of recent books:
The One Minute Millionaire: The Enlightened Way to Wealth
by Mark Victor Hansen, Robert G. Allen (Hardcover - October 22, 2002)
Cracking the Millionaire Code : Your Key to Enlightened Wealth
by Mark Victor Hansen, Robert G. Allen (Hardcover - May 31, 2005)
Nothing Down for the 2000s : Dynamic New Wealth Strategies in Real Estate
by Robert G. Allen (Hardcover - August 31, 2004)
|August 19, 2004|
Sex4Nothing.comRecently I have been getting lots of unwanted email from Sex4Nothing.com. Several attempts to removed me from this mailing list has only increase the mail that I get from this spammer
Sex4Nothing.com is sending out nothing but porn email, and is using tricks that are prohibited from the CAN-SPAM act. Such as having "Category: Medical Dictionary" to trick filters to thinking this is a medical email, and the use of random words throughout the email. Any organization using these tricks can be considered legitimate.
The domain is registered at:
Domain, Administrator email@example.com
Box 10518 A.P.O.
Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, B.W.I.
Hopefully someone in the Internet community will shut these people down!
|February 20, 2004|
SpammersWith the increase of spam over the past few months, there has been a lot of alternative solutions to stopping them.
I think my solution works the best because there's no way spammers can get around it. No matter how much they try to hide some of their words, the email still will not get through.
Basically all you do is create a filter in your email client and check to see if the sender is in your address box, if not, the mail goes in a holding folder. I named my folder 'Frog' which is named after Brian Tracy's book 'Eat that Frog.'
Once a day I goto the 'Frog' folder and look at all the email to see if there is any legit email. This way I am not missing out on any new correspondences.
I would recommend anyone that gets a lot of Junk Mail to consider creating this filter.