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Posted: 12/29/2002 7:08:30 PM EST
I received the following email today. No, I have NO IDEA what it is about. Wierd, anyway. All I have taken out is the list of recipients, which is a list of variations on my home email: ****Return-Path: Received: Sun, 29 Dec 2002 03:49:34 -0800 (PST) Received: from mx3........... Received: from issay.com (issay.com [161.58.218.215]) Sun, 29 Dec 2002 05:49:29 -0600 Received: (issay@localhost) by issay.com (8.11.6) id gBTBnID13415; Sun, 29 Dec 2002 04:49:18 -0700 (MST) Date: Sun, 29 Dec 2002 04:49:18 -0700 (MST) Message-Id: <200212291149.gBTBnID13415@issay.com> From: () Reply-To: () To: *removed* Subject: DWG #52 4350a mind warper needed! pUWlEk Hello, If you are a reliable supplier of the below equipment I am going to need the following: 1. A mind warper generation 4 Dimensional Warp Generator # 52 4350a series wrist watch with memory adapter. 2. The special 23200 series time transducing capacitor with built in temporal displacement. While these time pieces normally go between $5,000-$7,000 a piece, I am having a hard time finding a reliable supplier. Teleport to me within the next 48 earth hours and I will pay $40,000 2002 US cash. Please only reply if you are reliable. Send a (SEPARATE) email to me at: Tomnwrr@aol.com aWqxHmodvclJDR Below is the result of your feedback form. It was submitted by ( on Sun Dec 29 04:49:18 MST 2002 -------------------------------------------------------------- recipient: *removed to protect the innocent* ____________________________________________ subject: DWG #52 4350a mind warper needed! pUWlEk Hello, If you are a reliable supplier of the below equipment I am going to need the following: 1. A mind warper generation 4 Dimensional Warp Generator # 52 4350a series wrist watch with memory adapter. 2. The special 23200 series time transducing capacitor with built in temporal displacement. While these time pieces normally go between $5,000-$7,000 a piece, I am having a hard time finding a reliable supplier. Teleport to me within the next 48 earth hours and I will pay $40,000 2002 US cash. Please only reply if you are reliable. Send a (SEPARATE) email to me at: Tomnwrr@aol.com aWqxHmodvclJDR ____________________________________________ email: davids59@yahoo.com ____________________________________________ VDhQCSYWiA28229: urnoMfHto AALYB ____________________________________________
Link Posted: 12/29/2002 7:23:18 PM EST
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It came frome here:
Registrant: Sofmap Future Design.Inc (ISSAY-DOM) 3-14-9 Soto-Kanda, Chiyoda-ku TOKYO,160 JP Domain Name: ISSAY.COM Administrative Contact: Shoji, Wataru (WS602) hotwave@BUTAMAN.CO.JP Sofmap Future Design.Inc 3-14-9 Soto-Kanda, Chiyoda-ku, TOKYO 160 JP 813-3253-0841 Technical Contact: Secure Network Systems Hostmaster (SNS3-ORG) hostmaster@SECURE.NET Secure Network Systems 1203 N. Research Way Orem, UT 84097 US 801-437-0220 Fax- - - - - 801-437-0201 Fax- - - 801-224-6820 Record expires on 29-May-2003. Record created on 28-May-1996. Database last updated on 30-Dec-2002 00:11:20 EST. Domain servers in listed order: NS1.SECURE.NET 192.220.124.10 NS2.SECURE.NET 192.220.125.10
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It's spam.
Link Posted: 12/29/2002 7:24:17 PM EST
i ordered some of those but my tin-foil hat causes to much interference! you sold me junk man! i want my money back
Link Posted: 12/29/2002 7:45:13 PM EST
[Last Edit: 12/29/2002 7:46:06 PM EST by DScottHewitt]
Originally Posted By DzlBenz:
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Registrant: Sofmap Future Design.Inc (ISSAY-DOM) 3-14-9 Soto-Kanda, Chiyoda-ku TOKYO,160 JP Domain Name: ISSAY.COM Administrative Contact: Shoji, Wataru (WS602) hotwave@BUTAMAN.CO.JP Sofmap Future Design.Inc 3-14-9 Soto-Kanda, Chiyoda-ku, TOKYO 160 JP 813-3253-0841 Technical Contact: Secure Network Systems Hostmaster (SNS3-ORG) hostmaster@SECURE.NET Secure Network Systems 1203 N. Research Way Orem, UT 84097 US 801-437-0220 Fax- - - - - 801-437-0201 Fax- - - 801-224-6820 Record expires on 29-May-2003. Record created on 28-May-1996. Database last updated on 30-Dec-2002 00:11:20 EST. Domain servers in listed order: NS1.SECURE.NET 192.220.124.10 NS2.SECURE.NET 192.220.125.10
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It's spam.
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If you reply (in any way, including "Remove me") they will just use that to verify your address is "active" and bury you in junk. Some of the spammers have programs that generate random mail addresses for majoe e-mail servers, then blindly mail to all of them. This e-mail seems to want a "What the fuck are you on?" reply to verify they hit an active address. Report it to your e-mail system, or use the appropriate blocking link to stop further contact. Or reply, then block them. That way, they get a "hit" and waste time sending you more junk, that is blocked. This returns the waste of time favor..... Scott EDIT: Spelling again.....
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