solution to Nigerian scam problem
Sat, 28 Jun 2003 13:52:22 -0400
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Address and subject line, please. I have a couple of excellent pics ready
to go. :-)
At 07:24 PM 6/28/2003 +0200, Mihnea Cotet wrote:
>ROTFLMAO, let's do it! :-)))))
>At 12:43 28/06/2003 -0400, Brett Dikeman wrote:
>>At 12:49 AM +0200 6/28/03, Mihnea Cotet wrote:
>>>Yup, agreed that this is most likely a scam, I've gotten the exact same
>>>email for my 2 3B ECUs for sale on the marketplace from Dave Coley of dave
>>>coley procurements (email@example.com) , yadda yadda yadda
>>>with the same "NB: email the pics" at the end of the message, which has
>>>really sounded strange to me from someone writing so politely to me and
>>>then just saying "email the pics"... that can't sound right!!!!!
>>>Man, is there a way to hang those people up somehow? Or to shoot them or I
>>Next time you get one of these messages, post the address to the
>>list(along with the subject line so he can't weed 'em out by subject), and
>>we'll all send him pictures of our cars, as per his request!
>>Oh gee, how about that, we already have one address:
>>Tip: don't make the image too large, no more than a few hundred KB so it
>>won't get bounced by size; more messages will also make it more of a pain
>>for someone with webmail. Lastly, don't feel any obligation to send your
>>best car pic, since the little bastards will probably turn around and make
>>a calendar or something. A picture of, say, your wastegate frequency
>>valve will do fine.
>>"They that give up essential liberty to obtain temporary
>>safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." - Ben Franklin
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