Spam Observations #18

Today, Claudio Joiner (or John Smith*) wrote to tell me that ‘my woman wants a replica’. But here, let him tell you in his own words (Spam Speak is always so much better than anything I could come up with):

Subject: Your woman wants a replica

Do you want a high quality replica?

In our online store you can buy replicas that look and feel exactly like the real thing.

– We have 20+ different brands in our selection†
– Free shipping if you order 5 or more
– Save up to 40% compared to the cost of other replicas
– Standard Features:
– Screw-in crown
– Unidirectional turning bezel where appropriate
– All the appropriate logos, on crown and dial
– Heavy weight

Best regards,
John Smith

So, girls. Sound appealing? High quality replicas that look and feel like the real thing? 20+ different brands? So, you’ve got the picture in your mind, right? I bet it looks exactly like THIS!

*More Spammer Identity Confusion

†Once again these idiotic spammers think they are being wonderfully crafty by not mentioning the actual brand name of the stupid crapola fake watches they’re selling. Like, because it will get past my spam filters and I’ll suddenly think “Ooooh. I can’t for the life of me think why I filtered the word ‘Cowlex’ from my mail. I must immediately go and buy one of these pieces of junk!”‡

‡Not that the actual real Cowlexâ„¢ watches aren’t very fine pieces of merchandise, soon to be available in the TCA Store.