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Monday, 7 May 2018

Hilarious

I just got one of those scam emails...no, I did not open it...it said in the subject line "Dear Sir"   OMG ROTFLMAO 

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  1. Sigh. They are persistent beasts.

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  2. I got called 'Sir'. When I was wearing a scarf and eight months pregnant. Hmmmm . . . what scam was he trying to perpetrate before he got embarrassed?!

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  3. LOL! He won't get far with that kind of start :)

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  4. Sounds like a complete scammer newby.

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  5. I get similar...often....and ones trying to sell me penis enlargement or viagra...or asking if I want a Russian wife, with photos attached that would make the Playboy mansion-dwellers blush!

    Having always been of the female gender, I need neither. Sometimes I really do feel like giving the scammers a good serve, but I stop myself from doing so.

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  6. That's a rather obvious clue that the sender doesn't know you.

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  7. Oh dear, I fear those invitations were mis-sent and intended for me. After all, I am very handsome for a man my age and am on the internet. I shall ask my wife if she has fixed me up enough to sell me yet.

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  8. I never open links, even if it appears that it was sent by friends.

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  9. What i love is when they have hijacked a friend's email and send you something that says, "hello, friend!" Nutty.

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  10. Need to think twice or thrice before opening the spam mails...

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  11. We have had people saying we are being awarded a large sum of money if we contact them. LOL Don't need it, don't want it. Not fooling me.

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  12. LOL!
    But we have to be so careful these days ...

    All the best Jan

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  13. Very little spam gets through the filters nowadays, but those sneaky buggers still get into the in box every once in a while. I got a much more sophisticated one yesterday. Allegedly from someone doing mental health research, who said she wanted to include a link to my blog post about autism. She even included a link to my post... which, by the way, had abso-doggone-lutley nothing to do with autism. (And I have no delusions... the posts I have written about autism would be of no use to anyone seeking information.) But here's the kicker. If I wasn't interested, she invited me to click on a link to opt out... HA! Yeah, right. Needless to say, I deleted it.

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