Curious new spam

Most of my inbox spam these days has been garden variety stuff from Nigerian princesses who need assistance with their enormous inheritances. So I was delighted to find this spam from Elvis today. My favorite bit: “If Yes give out come”. Good Heavens-What sort of phrase book are they using?

Greetings to you 

 

My name is Elvis Solomon, I

am an artist. I own Elvis ART in London (United Kingdom)We Have a job

offer available for you in response to your initial requesting the job

search directory for USA, CANADA, UK AND EUROPE. We are based in Asia. We

have been receiving orders from North America which we have not been able

to process completely since we do not have a payment receiving personnel

in this area. So we have decided to recruit Payment Officer online hence

we will be needing a representative to process out payment in this area

and get 10% on each payment being processed and you will making at least

close to $1,800 weekly. 

 

All you will be doing is receive

payments from my customers in the States in form of MONEY ORDER'S or

TRAVELER'S CHEQUE,Then take to you bank and cash then deduct 10% and have

the remaining 90% sent back to me via western union money transfer. 

 

If interested Kindly get back with this information below and i

will furnish back with further and more details on this, Please have it in

mind this is 100% legit and would not affect you present job nor cost you

dime of your personal money. 

 

If you are interested, N: B,

Please send to me the listed

information below directly to me at

(************@hotmail.com) 

 

Full Name, Address in full (

No Po Box ) City, State, Zip code,

Phone Number.

Have receive

or done an offer like this? Yes or No?

If Yes give out come 

 

Name:Elvis Solomon

Time 24Hrs Daily

+**-**********

3 responses to “Curious new spam

  1. Have you received the one where Russian girls are trying to get a stove to cook on? — not asking for money but a stove! How would one send that? How does that scam work? Is there a big black market for stoves in Russia?

  2. Oh my gosh- no! That sounds hysterical. Maybe they’re hoping you’ll just send them money to buy a stove? The world of international spam is a curious one…

  3. Spam is hilarious sometimes

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