Skip to comments.Bugwatch: Vi@gra anyone? [spam extortion]
Posted on 08/26/2004 5:41:30 PM PDT by Lorianne
Some persuasion techniques are more sinister. A recent scam involved 19,000 emails a day sent to innocent internet users, threatening to inform police that their computer had child pornography on it, installed by the spammer, unless a payment of around £50 was made.
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I have a picture of a 4 year old naked.
But he's got lots of fur and barks.
He stands a massive 5 inches TALL!
How much is £50 ?
There is another one out there where someone claims they sent you money to your PayPal account and they are asking for you to send the "so called" money back to them they claim they sent to you accidently. They want you to follow a link in the email so that you can "log in" to your PayPal account and return the money back to them.
These days most of people would know this is a scam, but still some people will fall for it.
I am still trying to track down the Bozo that wants me to enlarge my penis.
How did he know it was small?
Oh buy the way could you send me the money you owe me!
Thats what I would like to find out.
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