On Mon, Feb 9, 2009 at 3:28 PM, MICROSOFT ONLINE PROMO <email@example.com> wrote:
We are pleased to inform you today that you are one of the five lucky
winner of the MICROSOFT 2009 anniversary draw, held on the 8th of febuary
Contact claims representative for 1 million GBP
Name :TOM ROGER
forward your details to him for delivery process, Provide him with the
Mr. Richard Lenox
date: Mon, Feb 9, 2009 at 4:33 PM
subject: Re: CONGRATULATIONS YOU ARE A WINNER
Dear "Mr. Richard Lenox":
Do people seriously fall for this? I mean, seriously?
First of all, you might want to get a spell checker. I counted 18 spelling, grammatical, or punctuation errors in your short message.
Second of all, a yahoo email address? Really? How authentic.
People like you need to go and find real jobs instead of spending all your time spamming and scamming. Maybe going back to primary school would improve your basic writing skills enough that you could actually write a resume or complete a job application and become a contributing member of society.
"Mrs. Beatrix Potter"