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More Spam Chuckles

December 6th, 2011 at 04:19 pm

My spam folder said it had 5 emails. After last Saturday's money saving offers, I thought I'd peruse it and see what other goodies I can turn down.

The first one is for an electronic cigarette...and I'm so special I'm one of the few who had it offered to me. Well, since I don't smoke, guess I don't need an electronic cigarette to stave off my cravings for nicotene. Saved a chunk of money there, I bet.

The second is about my order was received. What order? I haven't ordered anything. It has a link with a p.o. number. Well, sorry, I didn't bite on this one. I'm not sure what they think I ordered, but I'm not going to click to find out either. I saved money by not ordering in the first place.

Two others have something to do with cars, with one being a humongous sales. Maybe they figure I'll need a bigger car after buying the Viagra or something. Nah, I just hit delete on those. I'm not in the market for a new car so I think my cost savings just went up on that too.

One doesn't have a subject or even a sender. Guess a ghost sent it. Well, it is probably written in invisible font and I'm not opening it up to see what was sent...it might be too scary!

With my email addy, it isn't easy to tell what gender I am, so I guess the spammers are just trying to see if they can hook me with something. They don't call it it phishing for nothing!

3 Responses to “More Spam Chuckles”

  1. dmontngrey Says:

    Love it! I enjoy skimming through my spam as well. I especially like the ones who are trying to give me money, but since I haven't claimed it they send me these threatening messages. Also got one once where I had apparently died. Bummer.

  2. rob62521 Says:

    Sorry about your "untimely demise", but glad you are around to blog about it. :-)

  3. Jerry Says:

    I still get frequent emails from an orphaned Nigerian prince (attorney, businessman) offering me half of his millions if I can lead him to a bank account number in the US. Oooooh, so exciting... could THIS be the insurance for my wealthy future?!?! Um, I am guessing not. Smile Jerry

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