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Interesting emails that I recieved over the weekend - Wallace B. McClure

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Interesting emails that I recieved over the weekend

  • Region's Bank.  I need to logon to check my account and make sure that there are no problems.  Hmm, I'm not a Region's Bank customer.
  • Paypal/Ebay.  I need to logon to verify that my account is correct.  Hmm, I'm not a paypal/Ebay customer.
  • Various China business opportunities.  Hmm, I'm not in the import/export business.
  • Various business opportunites.  All I need to do is give them my bank account number.  Yeah, right.
  • Various virus filled emails.  Yeah, like I would even open them up.

Kinda reminds me of the commercial where the guy says "How can it be a virus when it says 'I Love You.'"

Comments

Erik Porter said:

Was this an especially bad weekend for spam or what? I got most of those you mentioned and one about some hot stock I should buy that had the same body, but a different subject and from a different "person" 12 times.
# April 25, 2005 2:34 PM

Vurg said:

It's surprising that you didn't get an e-mail from Pope John Paul II's wife's uncle's cousin about moving some money out of the Vatican
# April 25, 2005 3:18 PM

John Barone said:

I'd count yourself unlucky. You didn't say you won any phony lotteries!
# April 25, 2005 3:19 PM

Brian said:


hmmm...I am suprised you did not get any email from Nigeria claiming that you are the "chosen" one to receive a share of a lot of money.
# April 25, 2005 8:50 PM

Wallym said:

I get the lottery, Nigerian, and foreign bank offers, that I just forget about them.
# April 27, 2005 7:09 AM