REPLICA SPAM IS ALIVE AND KICKING!
Beyond that, it has added a confidential, personal note.
Here are some examples that came in during the past two weeks:
From Rita at firstname.lastname@example.org
At last I’ve found the store that sells quality replicas. All replica timepieces I ordered before looked like cheap imitations. I liked this store from the very beginning. I like their service and selection, and finally the watch I’ve received turned out to be nice, heavy and made from stainless steel.
Again from Rita, but this time at email@example.com
(she calls me "Bill", hinting that we know each other, but let me assure you that that's not so)
You won’t believe your eyes when you see my new watch. You’ll never guess it is a replica. It looks perfect and I love it. I’m sure I will be a great success with girls now, I’ve already caught some interested glances. I’ve ordered it from Prestige Replicas in case you are interested.
And, surprise surprise, from Rita once more, spamming from this address: firstname.lastname@example.org
I received my replica watch on Tuesday. I'm so excited! It is heavy, massive and looks so luxurious and beautiful!!! My boss has original Cartier, he thinks mine is real too, as it is impossible to tell the difference. I'm going to order from them some other models of watches too. Hugs, Angelica
Well, this time Rita is apparently Angelica, and the hugs are for me, Julia, even though I ain't no Julia and there ain't none in the household.
The next one is from Maria (thank God for some diversity) at email@example.com - even though one could also get the impression that it's from Robert to George!
Dear George, Today my replica watch has arrived and I'm surprised it doesn't look like a cheap imitation. My friend has advised me to buy a replica watch, so I can keep my original Rolex for special occasions and use the replica for daily wear and tear. Nobody will notice the replacement. I recommend you to do the same. Robert
My concluding thoughts:
1. Is there actually anybody who is interested in buying this shit?
2. Have any of these spammers ever earned a dime from their spam?
3. Who would be stupid enough to click on one of those links?
Oh, but here's a picture of someone who apparently did order: