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    Dear Spammer
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    I get that at least five times a week. wonder if they get many takers . . .

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    See, that's what I love. Even if that spammer got a response the first time, if they are sending the same message out to the same list, how can they expect to get more response? I get the same emails over some newsletters I subscribe to, the same one every time! Change it up, get a new pitch, and maybe you'll convert me.
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    notary sojac Herb ΤΏΤ¬'s Avatar
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    well, then how about those Nigerian scam emails? I've been getting those for perhaps five years already, sometimes three to five a day. Wouldn't you think they would start to suspect the lists* they are using?



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    Exactly, though at least for those they change the name of the person in deep financial trouble and the country of origin...
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    Man I gotta start changing my e-mail headers...

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    The nigerian letter? You still get up to 3 - 5 of them in a day?? I don't get but one every few months or so. Thought that one was dead for now and would resurface in 7 - 10 years as the next generation comes in. wow!!
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    I still get a version of the nigerian email, but its not nigeria anymore. same idea though - we've got lots of money but we need to (get it out of the country, make it safe, etc) and we'll share with you if you wish.

    lots of foreign lotteries too.

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