November 23, 2010

More spam but OOOOO sooo funny!

Do people HONESTLY fall for this stuff????


Dear Friend,
My Names are Boris B Kamson, Staff of Bank Of Africa in Burkina Faso. I would like you to indicate your interest to receive the transfer of $11.5 Million Dollars. I will like you to stand as the next of kin to my late client whose account is presently dormant for claims. Please once you are interested in my business proposal, further details of the transfer will be forwarded to you as soon as i receive your return mail. click on the blow link to confirm the genuineness of the deceased death.
(I didn't include the link b/c I don't want anyone clicking on it!)
If you are interested in my business proposal, get back to me with the information's below so that i can forward to you the details and text of application and the banks contacts for you to apply immediately.
Update me with your personal information such as;

1.Your name in Full:
2.Your House Address :
3.Your Occupation :

4.Your Age :

5.Your direct phone number;
Boris B Kamson.
Please send your Reply to my new email address.
Email: mrbb.kamosn@__________


Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

It never ceases to amaze me this rubbish that arrives in the mail. I have mostly eliminated mine now with a decent spam programme but the odd one still escapes the link. I guess there must alway be one that falls for this rubbish or would they bother to send them out????? OR maybe they just live in hopes!! Diane

Leesa said...


Tell me about it... I happen to think that if you reply, then they know it's an active email account and just re-spam you over and over...
I really think, too.. that things like FB (apps) and clicking on certain websites somehow permits the distribution of your email address to spammers and that's how we keep getting so much spam. I noticed a HUGE increase in SPAM since I joined FB! I am SURE they sell addresses to spammers!