Super high-quality spam distribution

“Because” of that, they send Russian spam distribution offers to German mail addresses:

здравствуй Предоставляем супер качественные Эл. Почтовую рассылку

Without punctuation marks (except for the abbreviation); Altavista and Google translate that to (not literally) something like “How do you do we offer super (high-) quality e-mail distribution”.

Bad thing is, there is still “enough” spam floating around, regardless of any such errors in form and content.

Why can’t all spam coming from Russia be as pretty as Anghela, Nadezhda & co??

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