Cool Spam

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Kathie writes Meathaus:

“Hello, I am writing in an unusual case … Some time ago, I used your services, and one of your employees face was familiar to me. At dinner with my wife, it turned out that he was a burglar, who 5 years ago broke into our home!!! This is ridiculous!!! How you can hire criminals? I found at least 3 bad entries for him at website for background check!! I am sure there are more!!! Please do something about it, things like that are ridiculous!!!”

Thanks for taking the time to write Meathaus, Kathie. I was thinking about what you wrote and how you had to take the time to put it into our contact form and send it. Besides it being absolutely batshit nutballs, I was wondering, what could you possibly want? One possibility is of course that the Internet, churning full of crazy, has by chance spewed forth a tendril which came in contact with our contact form, like a wild bolt of lightning to a looney rod. Despite my mixed metaphors which I wont even bother re-reading, I’m fairly certain however that Kathie, you have a darker purpose.

Your reply email is a gmail address, nothing especially suspicious there (like if it was trance.popper29@hbcbank.shey47.pw.php or something). So your game must be multi-tiered. Could it be that your scheme requires a reply from an honest sucker trying to do right by you, his customer? After which, what happens? You ask for bank account information to transfer four million dollars of a dead prince’s heirless fortune? Just let me know what you want, Kathie. Let’s talk it out. Just be real, man, and maybe we can have a beautiful friendship after all. And wait… did you eat dinner with the burglar, or just remember him later at dinner?

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