I received this lovely thing in my Hotmail inbox this morning and thought I'd ask Hubbers WTF is this?
I haven't done anything yet, and wonder if I should. Is ignoring it-deleting it-the answer? Should I report it somehow? I have absolutely no idea who these people are.
Hey you! A friend showed me your pics and I think youre really attractive
My MSN Names email@example.com just send me a msg on there and ill share some of mine
And maybe we could hang out sometime im super bored by moving here
Im off work all week so just talk to me on there ill be online
> End of Message
> Quite dead.
> the narcotic sleep. It was with a feeling of personal pride that I could
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While I was posting here, I got another one:
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I pulled in $457 in a day doing a little work! I used - Career Trends!!! friends help friends
That spam advertising is getting crazy huh ! You used to be able to recognise them straight awaay becasue they came from a Prince in Nigeris - but these days ! !
The one bugging me comes through emails looking like from a named person I mightk now are - "Hey - I just bought my new ---- " This started within a few weeks of joining Hubpages and I suspect that soemeone on here is collecting emails through contact via hubpages which I have unguardedly replied to from my own mail address.
Yep, I used to get those, too, china man. Do you have any suggestions?
Well - I am 50% convinced they originate from a hubber who emailed me - so it would theoretically be possible for a number of people getting these mails to compare their list of those they responsed to using their own mail address ?
and I now just delete them as they appear.
Along with the fictitious wanna be your friends that MSN is generating to try to pump up their failed social site
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