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New Part of my job as a programmer has always been to do my best to eliminate SPAM from the various forms on any given site I have worked on/developed. Honestly, I'd say I've done a pretty damned good job actually. In fact, I'd guess I've been able to keep out 99.9% of all SPAM (at least). Lately however, I have been curious to see just how much SPAM attempts to get through, so I have setup a few systems for externally logging SPAM attempts.

Registrations and login attempts tend to be the most, but there are also quite a few 'contact' attempts. Most of these are standard SPAM, simply advertising a site, service or product. Lots of Porn sites and casino sites, then various things like a CAPTCHA software (that was random), and of course scams like trying to get your bitcoin and what not.

Every once in a while though, some come in that are just too priceless to not share! So that's what I'm going to do here. From time to time I will share some of my favorite pieces of SPAM (minus any links or contact info of course).

So just sit back and enjoy this pricelessness!

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New Ok, before I get to the full SPAM posts that I find amusing, there is something I just noticed that is equally amusing. My contact form consists of the following information (and what it is meant to be):

Name (your name of course)
Email1 (your email address, displayed as 'Email Address')
Email2 (displayed as 'Confirm Email Address', meant to well, confirm the first email address)
Subject
Message

Most of the time, email1 and email2 are different, which in of itself is hysterical; the point is to enter an email address and then confirm it. These MUST be the same, obviously. The form will error out if they don't match and will tell you as much, stating to try again. This is funny, but not nearly as funny as the other part.

For 'Name', some of these bots are entering in full SPAM messages! And not even coherent messages either! So here are a few of the bot's 'Names':

Name: How would certainly you use $96941 to make even more loan: (SPAM LINK)
Name: Invest $ 93593 in Bitcoin once and get $ 883551 passive income per month: (SPAM LINK)
Name: Exactly how to Make $8484 FAST, Quick Money, The Busy Budgeter: (SPAM LINK)

There are a ton more of these, but I'll leave it there for now.

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New Subject: Client Insurance
Message: Dear Sir,
Am contacting you to partner with me to secure the life insurance of my late client, to avoid it being confiscated. For more information, please contact me on (REMOVED)
Regards
Pedro Molina



Subject: YOU ARE A WINNER!
Message: We would like to inform that you liked a comment ID:35915743 in a social network , January 9, 2019 at 19:48
This like has been randomly selected to win the seasonal «Like Of The Year» 2019 award!
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And so far, my personal favorite:

Subject: A Letter from Barrister David Gomez Gonzalez
Message: Dearest in mind,

I would like to introduce myself for the first time. My name is Barrister David Gomez Gonzalez, the personal lawyer to my late client.
Who worked as a private businessman in the international field. In 2012, my client succumbed to an unfortunate car accident. My client was single and childless.
He left a fortune worth $12,500,000.00 Dollars in a bank in Spain. The bank sent me message that I have to introduce a beneficiary or the money in their bank will be confiscate. My purpose of contacting you is to make you the Next of Kin.
My late client left no will, I as his personal lawyer, was commissioned by the Spanish Bank to search for relatives to whom the money left behind could be paid to. I have been looking for his relatives for the past 3 months continuously without success. Now I explain why I need your support, I have decided to make a citizen of the same country with my late client the Next of Kin.

I hereby ask you if you will give me your consent to present you to the Spanish Bank as the next of kin to my deceased client.
I would like to point out that you will receive 45% of the share of this money, 45% then I would be entitled to, 10% percent will be donated to charitable organizations.

If you are interested, please contact me at my private contact details by Tel: (REMOVED), Fax: (REMOVED), Email: (REMOVED)

I am waiting for your answer

Best regards,

Lawyer: - David Gomez Gonzalez

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This one baffles me. Just BAFFLES me!

Subject: Premium Aged Twitters 2007-2013
Message: Selling Aged 2009 Twitter accounts ​


General Information

Email Address Verified
All accounts come with full access to the original email that was used to create the account!
11 years old
Comes with little or no followers, following
Comes with/without bio or profile picture​



Price
$10 Bitcoins/Middleman Only!​


Interested? - click buy now button/Contact Us to send bitcoins
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ICQ : [spammy]
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