Miscellaneous Stock Spam Examples
Below are copies of miscellaneous examples of the images used in typical stock market spam e-mails. These images are often combined with hash buster text. For the sake of simplicity we decided to remove the hash buster text. For a more in-depth look into this kind of spam visit our Stock Market Spam page.
- The information contained in these spam e-mails is mostly exaggerated by the spammer and we strongly recommend that you DO NOT act on any of the stock related information you see on this page or any stock related spam you may receive. Visit Spam Stock Tracker for a practical look at the implications (dangers) of acting on the information contained in these e-mails.
- The companies mentioned in these e-mails are not necessarily responsible for sending the spam. There are also other individuals like speculators, brokers and marketing firms, who also hold an interest in promoting the stock. Read 1.5 of the Stock Spam FAQ on Spamnation.info for more information.
This spammer gave itself away with the e-mail address supplied at the bottom of this image you can supposedly use to remove your e-mail address from their mailing list.
(Page created on 6 February 2007)