It’s Halloween month! Let’s see what spooky scams people are trying to pull on me.
Spoiler: they’re not spooky. Mostly just dumb.
Starting out with another Greg one. I mean, Demetra? Demetra???
Twenty four million dollars! And I’m sure it’s 100% legitimate!
Compliment of the day! We don’t say that enough anymore.
Now, CBD Oil spam is so common that I don’t go a day without getting one touting its miracle benefits. I am however puzzled as to why “Gillette” is in there among the obviously foreign language. Is the razor company branching out?
Are those bombs? Local Ladies LLC must be mad at me.
If it were that simple to get rid of spam, I would have done it a long time ago.
William Xang doubts if you would be interested in the $24.5 million, since he says, "if interested ... ".ReplyDelete
The ones I get are like: "Your credit card is ready. Please collect it immediately." :-)
I can block spam, but it gets tiring going through the list and blocking them.ReplyDelete
I think the "local ladies" are telling you they're da bomb. Which means they're only a couple decades out of date.ReplyDelete
I think compliment of the day should be a thing. Every day...ReplyDelete
Compliment of the day sounds like something devised by a marketing chimp.ReplyDelete
Greg must die. A horrible, horrible death. I'm thinking the flesh eating disease. And for good measure, it should take Demetra too.
What I want to know is why sometimes I only get a few pieces of spam a day but, sometimes, I get dozens of pieces an hour.ReplyDelete
What's up with that?
From all the ads I've seen, I'm pretty sure that CBD can cure anything. Maybe the Gillette part means it can cure razor burn.ReplyDelete