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I'm rich, I won the lottery

Digg!

I got an email telling I won the lottery (yet again). In fact I won yesterday, too... I must be a really lucky guy, or at least someone worth spamming!

Damn you all spammers... I'm posting your email as revenge! Spambots... see that email below? SPAM THAT! Send that email all the email you want till he wins the lottery... I'm too lucky to win everytime. Why not make them win this time? I'm rich enough to win yet again...

GLOBAL WINNING INTERNATIONAL EMAIL LOTTERY,
LUSDEN 754, ALMERLSFOORT THE- NETHERLANDS
REF NUMBER: IDEL8L/I/8IDL101
BATCH NUMBER: (22)(25)(01)(71)(44)
SECURITY FILE NUMBER:IDELI(00)(88)/04DHK)
REPLY EMAIL: globalwinsnld@veryspeedy.net

REPLY EMAIL: globalwins101098@zensearch.com
CALL TEL/FAX :+ 31847536947

Dear Winner (I guess this means me!)

We are pleased to inform you about the result of the Global

International Email Lottery programs held on the 14th of February 2005 as part of Valentine package organise by Global Challenges worldwide in celebration of world global humanity awareness.The Contest pick your e-mail address attached to ticket number IDLI/00/(20)(98)(43)(51)(04) with serial number(22)(00)(14)(31)and lucky numbers (20)(01)(30)(09)(36)(34)which consequently won in the (B2 category, you have therefore been approved for a lump sum pay out of US$ 600,000.00 (Six Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) CONGRATULATIONS!!! Yeah Whatever!

Due to mix up of some numbers and name's we ask that you keep your winning information confidential until your claims has been processed and your money Remitted to you. This is part of our security protocol to avoidd ouble claiming and unwarranted abuse of this program by some participants. Hahahahah What a lame story! Can't you think of something more creative than this???

All participants were selected through a computer ballot system drawn from over 30,000 company and 30,000 individual
email addresses and names from all over the world. This promotional program takes place every Six Months. OK you got me so I'm sending you my credit card number... what else do you need... --NOT!

Congratulations once more from our members of staff and thank you for being part of our promotional program.Reply with your full name,complete home address and telephone/fax number - Hahahaha They want me to send them more emails and contact info so they can send me more shitloads of Spam.



Warning:

If one confirms even just by replying to the spam mail, that would confirm that there is a LIVE, HUMAN user from your end. This means more spam will come your way!

Mass Mailing Programs or BULK MAILERS send emails to a set of variables and random names, and play the sending by chance to get to your inbox. Random_name@yahoo.com, for instance, or A????@ho?????.com for instance could be sent to aaron@hotmail.com, or a111N@hostile.com, anne1@hotmaiol.com, etc.

This shotgun technique sniffs additional information either by virus or classic tests like the lottery tests. Once your reply is received from the Spammer's server,
the text in your reply is scanned for keywords that will Confirm either a live human, or a more sophisticated categorization of what type of spam you'll get the next time around...Making You MORE Vulnerable!

For instance, replying with financial questions may mean you are interested in Mortgage Spam, and credit Card offers...

Spam was here since the Fax machine was invented, it just got a hipper name.
Sucks huh? Burn them all... Burn --- seems the only way out. Or protect yourself by anonymous browsing and similar security programs. Google for the free ones, make sure it's not spyware!

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posted by Jdavies @ 5/23/2005,

4 Comments:

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At 12/03/2005 02:07:00 AM, Blogger WebMarketing said...

Hi Blogger. I'm rich, I won the lottery issues are so important and your post is aimed at all Americans and the world community. I just wanted to thank you Blogger. Maybe promotional programs isn't exactly related to your blog but I think that promotional programs and other type problems that promotional programs is looking at may just help. Keep up the great articles and blogs.

 
At 12/04/2005 02:14:00 PM, Anonymous lotto said...

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