Apparently the recent, and inexplicable, dropoff in worldwide spam levels represented some more experienced players getting out of the game. I got this spam yesterday that just very well may be the laziest financial lead-generation spam I’ve ever seen. Or it just could be the smartest. Take a look.
from: John Anderson: email@example.com
date: Mon, Jan 10, 2011 at 11:07 AM
subject: Contact Fidelity Investments
Fidelity Investments International
Oakhill house,130 Tonbridge,Hildenborough.
Kent TN119DZ,United Kingdom.
How are you doing, We would like you to contact us back, So that our staff would tell you what this email is all about,
A spam that asks me to write them back so they can tell me what the spam is about? Wow. My curiosity is almost piqued just enough to find out what exact fabulous opportunities await me in the world of advance fee fraud.