Canadian Pharmacy Spam
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From: "Keri I. Swift" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Worlds best pain killers here
Date: Wed, 02 Jul 2008 00:24:31 -0500
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Here it is - - > Click Here
It remains a mystery why people would trust an e-mail like this. Lets say an unknown individual approaches in public, he stuffs a bunch of pills in your hand and says: "New Canadian Pharmacy pills, here they are!" Are you going to take them? Any normal person won't, so why do people act on e-mails like these? You have no idea where the e-mail came from and you have no idea where the link in the e-mail will take you, you don't even know what's the name of the pharmacy. Remember what our mothers told us when we were little? "Never accept gifts from strangers!" The same rule applies to the Internet: "Never accept gifts (or buy stuff) from spammers!"
The additional "y" in "pharmacyy" is not a typo, nor is it a spelling error, it is done on purpose to fool the spam filters. The link takes you to typical online pharmacy template site using one of those lame "Infinity Secure" order pages. A fair warning to those who are crazy enough to fill out and submit the order form, the order page is not on a secure server, nor is the data transmitted over a secure connection, so your personal information and credit card number is not as safe as the page claims to be.
Not even the "worlds best pain killers" can dull the pain of all the headaches caused by Canadian Pharmacy Spammers.
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