Someone who likes you sends you this spam

Alright, it rather said “invitation” in the subject (in German) – and it was just another of these spam mails (which slipped through my filter, otherwise I hadn’t noticed it anyway) for some private porn film sites that claim to pay you money.

These lines, though, I “liked” somehow (emphasis and translation mine):

Stop further info here:

(Recently, there were errors here, which we want to apologize for.)

Yeah, sure, as if it were an accident that you fuckin’ spammers keep throwing around your garbage!


1 Comment

  1. C

    boa wie ich spam hasse -.-

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