A phish too far

First there was this:

RE: Account Number ACX85766463

This is to remind you of a payment from SpeedPay on 04/06/15.

>> Claim Your Money Here << Details regarding the transaction appear below: Payment Date: 04.06.15 Payment Amount: $3353.25 Fee Amount: $49.00 Card Number: *************** >> Claim Your Money Here << You haven't been charged anything.. Someone has just sent you money!

Um, no. Under “Claim Your Money Here” are standard-level (I presume) evil links.

Which wouldn’t have perturbed me, except that while that particular item was scoring just a hair too low to be caught in the mail filter, this one was trapped below:

Hey!

I wanna pay you to do simple stuff online.

==> Click Here to GO

You can make hundreds per day with nothing more than your HOME PC or MOBILE phone!

Contact me here please:

==> Click Here to GO

This is a PRIVATE message so please hurry as I’ll have no choice but to take it down soon…

==> Click Here to GO

The standard-level (I presume) evil links in that once, under (of course) “Click Here to GO,” are exactly the same as in the first spam, except for the very last character: these were obviously sent in sequence. Same alleged sender, too: “Mark Miller” (members -at- mylaptopblueprint.org). “Mark,” you old sonuvagun, you fail. Big time.





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