Thursday, September 13, 2007

When Bulk Email Goes Wrong....

I received this today:

I was recently in contact with , who referred me to you. suggested that you would be in charge of evaluating a web conferencing service that helps reduce costs, increase productivity, and drive sales.
How compelling....

1 comment:

  1. It seems that spammers have little incentive to get details right. Notice, e.g., all that spam about sexual topics or dating, where the name in the From: line is oppositely gendered from the "testimony" of the message body?

    Spammers may be getting more technologically sophisticated, but (like "script kiddies") they're really just using tricks they copy from each other. Spammers are crooks, and they're almost as dumb as the average crook.