I know everyone will be happy for me, when I tell you I just got notification from the Spanish Lotto about my winning ticket. I must have bought the ticket when I was drunk, or jetlagged, because for the life of me I can’t remember buying it, but, I was in Madrid recently so it must be true.
See you all on the Costa del Sol! Read more…
This is a great one – short and to the point. I hope you can all understand that I’m going to cash in and spend the rest of my days on a desert island. How does this stuff get through my spam filter!
Date: Mon, 1 Feb 2010 15:36:00 +0100
From: British Telecom <email@example.com>
Your email ID has been awarded 1,000,000,00 GBP. in our British telecom Promo. Do send your:
I think this got through my spam filter because Brian was SHOUTING so loud. It fascinates me how you can be so computer illiterate as to not understand how to use capitals (or not), yet feel you have some chance of success in pursuing this kind of scam..
I had a mind to tell him I’d meet him at a NYC Police Station (for security reasons), but some other guy is offering me $10.8m, so I’m going to put my efforts there 😉 Read more…
Yes, I know these mails go out to all and sundry, but I can’t help being amused that me, of all people still get them. You’d think that whoever sends them would be a little more targeted.
Still, when one makes it through my spam filter, I can’t help but be intrigued.. So, here’s a good one courtesy of Barclays Bank, who still use Yahoo as an email address provider it seems… Read more…