10.0 points worth of spam :) Nov 8 2005
Man, I REALLY REALLY hope that I get the “Nine Million United States Dollars Only” promised.
So, first of all, queue up MC Frontalot’s Message No. 419 (mp3), then read on… 🙂
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Content preview: Woodman Chambers 136 Lonsdale Road Barnes London SW13 I
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Content analysis details: (10.0 points, 5.0 required)
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0.2 FROM_HAS_ULINE_NUMS From: contains an underline and numbers/letters
1.2 SUBJ_ALL_CAPS Subject is all capitals
1.6 MILLION_USD BODY: Talks about millions of dollars
0.3 MAILTO_TO_SPAM_ADDR URI: Includes a link to a likely spammer email
0.0 HTML_MESSAGE BODY: HTML included in message
1.3 RCVD_IN_BL_SPAMCOP_NET RBL: Received via a relay in bl.spamcop.net
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3.0 ADVANCE_FEE_4 Appears to be advance fee fraud (Nigerian 419)
1.8 ADVANCE_FEE_3 Appears to be advance fee fraud (Nigerian 419)
0.6 ADVANCE_FEE_2 Appears to be advance fee fraud (Nigerian 419)
0.0 ADVANCE_FEE_1 Appears to be advance fee fraud (Nigerian 419)
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FROM WOODMAN CHAMBERS DESK
thomos woodman <p;firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tue, 8 Nov 2005 14:40:20 +0000 (GMT)
136 Lonsdale Road
I prefer that you send your reply to: email@example.com
First I must introduce myself as Barr. Thomas Woodman residing here in London United Kingdom. I have written you with the intention of doing a very honest deal
with you. I will however need to be careful in our first meeting because I am fully aware of a lot of insincere deals going on these days so I await to hear from you before we discuss the details of the transaction.
In summary, its involved with a late client who happens to share the same surname with you. I cannot be sure at this time but by any chance, you may or may not be his relative but since he died without leaving any next of kin to the fund deposit with the Global Financial Networks in Amsterdam – Holland. I am only concerned with getting the deposit out through your help. I am willing to associate you with the fund claim so that they will not confiscate the deposit due to lack of a beneficiary from this end.
For quite some time now, I have been receiving series of correspondences from the finance house hence I decided to find a way and pull the deposited fund out. This is why I need your consent to present you as the beneficiary. The total deposit amounts to US$9Million (Nine Million United States Dollars Only).
I need to know if you are willing and able to cope with the deal? If this is so, let me have your details and we can discuss better. I assure you that every part of this deal will be secured as I have the capability of getting legal coverage from the British High Court of Justice to back up our claims. You will also be entitled to a reasonable share of the fund after we claim it so I will like to hear from you as quickly as possible.
Please, I prefer that you respond to my privatemailbox: firstname.lastname@example.org
for more confidentiality.
Awaiting to hear from you urgently.
Barr. Thomas Woodman
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Just in case you couldn’t tell, this IS spam, scam and fraud, do not respond.
See this thread if you want more info about spams like these.