What’s next … sex tips from “Joe Rapist?”

Got some great spam this morning … it’s for $1,595 in funds ready to be sent to me.

Do I believe this? Not really … but, note to spammers … if you are going to send out spam like this promising to lend fantastic sums of money to total strangers I’d suggest using a different name than “todd crook.”

Oh, my favorite part of spam like this … the nonsense gobbledegook at the end … it is fantastic poetry.

From: “todd crook” <Lap@likerightcompany.com>
Subject: It’s All For You…1,595 in Funds
Date: May 18, 2013 3:59:32 PM EDT
Feel All Alone in Your Financial-Woes, eve***********?

Ready to Send

With rising costs and prospects of making more not
coming through, you very well could use this infusion of funds:

Stack of bills on the counter?
It doesn’t have to be that way.

Take us up on this today while funds last.


Kelly Reyna

it’s of no consequence if you want to cease these here:

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