Russian Dating Spam - New profile
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Subject: [Bulk] New profile
Date: Fri, 21 Dec 2012 12:49:21 +0300
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Now this sounds a bit risky, looking ON someone's picture...
Whatever a night mae is? (We assume nightmare, by the way).
Well the photos of the women on this website, can hardly be associated with a "night mae", but it might be a "night mae" communicating with them, because their English is most likely as bad is that of the person who wrote this e-mail.
But the true "night mae" will be your bank balance when these fake beauties are done with you. Remember the women on these websites do not need an online dating website to find a date, the 'girl' you are communicating with is most likely a fat, sweaty male sitting in a dark room smoking cigarettes and drinking beer.
So face the facts, Natalia (or Nathaniel) is not looking for love, she (or he) is looking for your hard earned cash.
At the bottom of the e-mail we found the following piece of HTML code:
<IMG ALT="" SRC="http://www.19DAFC4BC0798145DD4.com/db/E61696310CC466CA4/D7590150A8D/1.gif" WIDTH=1 HEIGHT=1>This is a classic 1x1, invisible, remote tracking image, used by the spammers to see if you opened the e-mail. Unless your e-mail client blocks remote images by default, you could notify the spammer that your e-mail account is active by just opening this e-mail. That's the reason why you should not even open a spam e-mail.
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