Genuine University Degree Scam
Date: 8 8.9.3/8.9.3 2006
From: "nhhh vggggbn" <email@example.com>
Subject: Too busy to go back to school?
We don't know what the scammer did with the date in the header of this e-mail, but it came out completely wrong. We guess this scammer could benefit from his own scheme if he ever wanted a degree. If they can't even get a date right, how can you expect them to deliver a genuine, fully verifiable university degree?
Date: 12 October 2006
From: "firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com>
Subject: Bachelors, Masters, MBA, PhD can be yours in 4 weeks if you qualify.
This is a carbon copy of the previous example, except for embedding the text into an image and using way too much hash buster text. Looks like this spammer was really desperate to get through to his/her readers.