|Re: The Letter From firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Seth Breidbart (email@example.com)|
Fri, 23 Dec 2005 04:08:35 UTC
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,|
Philip TAYLOR <P.Taylor@Rhul.Ac.Uk> wrote:
>> It's spam.
>> Spam is theft.
>> Therefore, it's a scam.
>> If he's so hard up, where did he get the resources to spam with?
>> Wasn't there just a thread on why spam continues, because so many
>It may be spam. It may even be a scam. Or it may be genuine.
No, it's not genuine. Where would a broke Russian get an account at
> If it's genuine, then we -- the recipients -- are in a position to
Yes, it does, if you care about the Internet mail system melting down
> It's hardly in the same league as the Nigerian scam (and anyone who
Sure it is. Spam is spam.
What do you want to bet about anybody who's foolish enough to actually
> so isn't it worth risking losing a few rubles /kopeks/whatever ? I
I don't think it's even worth risking your money on.
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