Ein Po 'mir

Yet another scam mail that’s only funny in German because of its bad automatic translation…


  1. J

    Was bringen den Absendern solche Mails eigentlich? Verfestigt man bei ner Antwort die eigene Mail-Adresse auf einer ewigen Spam-Liste, oder so?

  2. c

    Das wird sicher ein Nebeneffekt sein, aber in erster Linie geht’s darum, eine (vermeintliche) Beziehung aufzubauen, um dann Geld zu wollen – für Reise- oder Visum-Kosten für den heiß ersehnten ersten Besuch, für die kranke Oma, u.v.m.

    Beispiele finden sich auch in den Kommentaren bei einem anderen Fall.

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