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TOPIC: Casino Gorilla Spam

Casino Gorilla Spam 1 year 6 months ago #3

  • jooml338
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As a small business website owner I see my fair share of strange and interesting email spam messages.
I received one that I'm going to call, casino gorilla spam email the other day that I wanted to share.

When I read the first sentence I was tricked into thinking that this might be an actual meaningful message as it was complimenting my website. Then as I read further I understood that the spammer didn't have any personal details to praise. Right then I realized this was spam that he is potentially sending out to thousands of recipients.

The strange thing about this email was what it was asking for me to do, which was visit his website and point out ways to improve. The email doesn't provide a direct link, but recommends I google a phrase to find their website.

I never actually visited his website as I wasn't sure it was safe. So I don't know for sure what he was trying to accomplish.
I am the owner of let me know if you have any questions or need help finding something.
Last Edit: 1 year 6 months ago by jooml338.
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