Monday, March 28, 2005

Sloppiest spam ever

If this is actually representative of the current level of skill on the part of spammers, I think the government can call off the task force.

D‮ae‬r Bar‮syalc‬ Me‮rebm‬,

Th‮si‬ e‮iam‬l was s‮ne‬t by the Bar‮alc‬ys se‮vr‬er to v‮re‬ify y‮ruo‬ e‮liam‬ a‮rdd‬ess. You m‮tsu‬ co‮elpm‬te t‮sih‬ pr‮seco‬s by c‮kcil‬ing on the l‮kni‬ b‮wole‬ and en‮et‬ring in the s‮am‬ll wind‮wo‬ yo‮ru‬ Barcl‮sya‬ M‮hsrebme‬ip num‮eb‬r, p‮docssa‬e and m‮lbarome‬e w‮dro‬. T‮ih‬s is d‮eno‬ for y‮ruo‬ pro‮itcet‬on - be‮ac‬use s‮emo‬ of our m‮srebme‬ no l‮regno‬ ha‮ev‬ acc‮sse‬ to t‮ieh‬r em‮lia‬ ad‮rd‬esses and we m‮tsu‬ veri‮yf‬ it. To veri‮yf‬ y‮ruo‬ em‮ia‬l ad‮sserd‬ and a‮ecc‬ss yo‮ru‬ ba‮kn‬ accou‮tn‬ , c‮kc:

I mean, really. Just because you're trying to swindle people out of their life savings doesn't mean you can't hit the spell-check button once in a while.

1 comment:

Myasorubka said...

no no no! There was this study that showed that if the first and last letter in a word are there, it doesn't matter what's in between - you'll still be able to read it. That being said, I had trouble reading this message because the first and last letter weren't always in place.

Ok fine. You're right. You and your fancy "Spelling-checker". What's next? A machine that calculates numbers with the push of a button?? Perhaps you should take your "calcutron" and your "spelling-checker" and put them in a big box with "electrophics!"