Spam: Bags, Replica Watches, http://oente.ru

Examples of Spam Email: Bags

Replica Watches, http://oente.ru

Have your received an email with the subject "Bags", advertising "Replica Watches"? There may have been a link to http://oente.ru in the email,too.  It a spam email. Spam is unwanted, unsolicited advertisments, used by unscrupulous companies.  Often their products are illegal, unwanted, low quality crap.  See this page for a detailed description of spam and what to do about it.


-----Original Message-----
From: Lisa Manuel [mailto:brettr@wuesd.org]
Sent: Tuesday, May 07, 2013 2:10 PM
Subject: Bags

 

                                                

Hello Ehso

                                           

High quality replica watch, meticulous in design and exquisite in style, is affordable and really great choice. A wide selection of brands is available to choose from.

Impress your coworkers and friends with an elegant, stylish, expensive looking watch. You don't have to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars for an expensive watch that is considered to be a status symbol today. Purchase top quality replica watch.

                                                                       

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Stunning product: you get a quality watch! Awesome communication: I've must have asked the customer support staff millions of detailed questions and all questions were answered courteously and quickly! I will certainly be recommending all my friends.

Thanks for the fast response. You guys are great!

                     Lisa Manuel

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Click here ---> http://oente.ru

 

                                        

 


What to do:

If you are a U.S. citizen or resident who receives a spam email that you think is deceptive, forward the email to spam@uce.gov. The FTC uses the spam stored in this database to pursue law enforcement actions against people who send deceptive email.See this page for other places to report spam and where to report in other countries.

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How to protect from getting spam

What to do if you DO get spam:

  • Don't unsubscribe immediately. After a few weeks, compare the messages you want to unsubscribe from and look for common traits, such as common strings of text that you can use to block further mail. li>
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  • Check here for a list of companies that use spam to promote their products - never purchase anything from these companies.  Send us a copy of spam and we will add the company to the list.
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  • Click here to see a list of spam email, with images of the actual email and their website.  You can use this to compare against the spam you receive and report them to the FTC!
  • Do set up a private email address for friends and associates and use a free web-based email address (like Yahoo or Hotmail) for any interactions you have with other websites and companies

For a comprehensive list of national and international agencies to report scams, see this page.