agsteele Posted April 29, 2006 Share Posted April 29, 2006 I've been musing over a continuously successful series of spam messages which reach my mailbox of late. The content all looks the same but either offers what I think is home loans or various body enhancing drugs. I say THINK because, as you'll see from the example, the content is almost impossible to decipher without significant effort. So, putting ourselves in the place of the spammer (or shall we say advertiser) my question is: What do these folks imagine the average recipient is going to do with a message like this? De z ar Home Ow k ne o r , Your c v redi w t doesn't matter to us ! If you O z WN real e q st n at n e and want IM b ME b DIA x TE ca g sh to sp k en h d ANY way you like, or simply wish to LO t WER your monthly p e aym k ents by a third or more, here are the deal a s we have T p ODA h Y : $ 48 j 8 , 000 at a 3 h , 67% fi a xed - rat q e $ 3 e 72 , 000 at a 3 , 9 o 0% v r ariab j le - ra n te $ 4 m 92 , 000 at a 3 , p 21% inte g res c t - only $ 2 m 48 , 000 at a 3 r , 36% f v ixed - rat y e $ 1 h 98 , 000 at a 3 , j 55% variabl t e - rat k e Hur u ry, when these dea o Is are gone, they are gone ! Don't worry about app y ro s val, your cr q edi y t will not d q isqua k lify you ! Vi x si u t our s e ite <http://geocities.com/HerafsaPriceFar/> Sincerely, Jaci Coffey Ap u prova i l Manager I admire the effort to circumvent the spam Assassin filters but I'd be curious to know how many loan enquiries they are receiving as a result Andrew Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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