From: F on
They just keep coming! First it was
samuelwltr027(a)googlemail.com
daniel.omesh(a)gmail.com
clive.dent_00010(a)hotmail.com
wade.wayne77(a)gmail.com
james_colewww(a)yahoo.co.uk
and now
bonjour_lamaste01(a)yahoo.com

Looks like if you're selling a car on Autotrader, this is what you can
expect.

Avoid any offers from these email addresses.

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From: geoff on
In message <soidnesp3ukfT3bWnZ2dnUVZ8s5i4p2d(a)brightview.co.uk>, F
<news(a)nowhere.?.invalid> writes
>They just keep coming! First it was
>samuelwltr027(a)googlemail.com
>daniel.omesh(a)gmail.com
>clive.dent_00010(a)hotmail.com
>wade.wayne77(a)gmail.com
>james_colewww(a)yahoo.co.uk
>and now
>bonjour_lamaste01(a)yahoo.com
>
>Looks like if you're selling a car on Autotrader, this is what you can
>expect.
>
>Avoid any offers from these email addresses.
>
What's the point of listing throwaway email addresses

The format of the letter is what's important


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geoff
From: F on
On 13/05/2010 19:12 geoff wrote:

> In message <soidnesp3ukfT3bWnZ2dnUVZ8s5i4p2d(a)brightview.co.uk>, F
> <news(a)nowhere.?.invalid> writes
>> They just keep coming! First it was
>> samuelwltr027(a)googlemail.com
>> daniel.omesh(a)gmail.com
>> clive.dent_00010(a)hotmail.com
>> wade.wayne77(a)gmail.com
>> james_colewww(a)yahoo.co.uk
>> and now
>> bonjour_lamaste01(a)yahoo.com
>>
>> Looks like if you're selling a car on Autotrader, this is what you can
>> expect.
>>
>> Avoid any offers from these email addresses.
>>
> What's the point of listing throwaway email addresses

To make sure they get enough spam to annoy them (and make me feel
better) and to ensure they really do have to be thrown away.

> The format of the letter is what's important

OK...

Hello,
How are you today and how is family and friends with you? Am writing you
to ask for the details of your car which i saw on autotrader UK car
selling website and i will be very happy if you can get back to me
yourself even if the details i asked for was stated in your advert but i
will need you to get back to me yourself for confirmation because i am
buying this car for a client and is better i have the full information
of the car from you. Below are the details of the car i will need to know.

Ownership of the car?

Working condition of the car?

Mileage of the car?

Asking price of the car?

Picture of the car?

Location of the car?

Please get back to me with this details ASAP so we can proceed further,
you can also ring me on +447024063504.

Cheers.



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From: geoff on
In message <zMWdnVUCF9cC23HWnZ2dnUVZ8gRi4p2d(a)brightview.co.uk>, F
<news(a)nowhere.?.invalid> writes
>On 13/05/2010 19:12 geoff wrote:
>
>> In message <soidnesp3ukfT3bWnZ2dnUVZ8s5i4p2d(a)brightview.co.uk>, F
>> <news(a)nowhere.?.invalid> writes
>>> They just keep coming! First it was
>>> samuelwltr027(a)googlemail.com
>>> daniel.omesh(a)gmail.com
>>> clive.dent_00010(a)hotmail.com
>>> wade.wayne77(a)gmail.com
>>> james_colewww(a)yahoo.co.uk
>>> and now
>>> bonjour_lamaste01(a)yahoo.com
>>>
>>> Looks like if you're selling a car on Autotrader, this is what you can
>>> expect.
>>>
>>> Avoid any offers from these email addresses.
>>>
>> What's the point of listing throwaway email addresses
>
>To make sure they get enough spam to annoy them (and make me feel
>better) and to ensure they really do have to be thrown away.

Pretty pointless, IWHT



>
>> The format of the letter is what's important
>
>OK...
>
>Hello,
>How are you today and how is family and friends with you? Am writing
>you to ask for the details of your car which i saw on autotrader UK car
>selling website and i will be very happy if you can get back to me
>yourself even if the details i asked for was stated in your advert but
>i will need you to get back to me yourself for confirmation because i
>am buying this car for a client and is better i have the full
>information of the car from you. Below are the details of the car i
>will need to know.
>
>Ownership of the car?
>
>Working condition of the car?
>
>Mileage of the car?
>
>Asking price of the car?
>
>Picture of the car?
>
>Location of the car?
>
>Please get back to me with this details ASAP so we can proceed further,
>you can also ring me on +447024063504.
>
But they don't use such a format, do they ?

there seems to be a fairly standard format and modus operandi


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geoff
From: F on
On 13/05/2010 20:04 geoff wrote:

> In message <zMWdnVUCF9cC23HWnZ2dnUVZ8gRi4p2d(a)brightview.co.uk>, F
> <news(a)nowhere.?.invalid> writes
>> On 13/05/2010 19:12 geoff wrote:
>>
>>> In message <soidnesp3ukfT3bWnZ2dnUVZ8s5i4p2d(a)brightview.co.uk>, F
>>> <news(a)nowhere.?.invalid> writes
>>>> They just keep coming! First it was
>>>> samuelwltr027(a)googlemail.com
>>>> daniel.omesh(a)gmail.com
>>>> clive.dent_00010(a)hotmail.com
>>>> wade.wayne77(a)gmail.com
>>>> james_colewww(a)yahoo.co.uk
>>>> and now
>>>> bonjour_lamaste01(a)yahoo.com
>>>>
>>>> Looks like if you're selling a car on Autotrader, this is what you can
>>>> expect.
>>>>
>>>> Avoid any offers from these email addresses.
>>>>
>>> What's the point of listing throwaway email addresses
>>
>> To make sure they get enough spam to annoy them (and make me feel
>> better) and to ensure they really do have to be thrown away.
>
> Pretty pointless, IWHT

Probably, but it makes me feel happier...

>>> The format of the letter is what's important
>>
>> OK...
>>
>> Hello,
>> How are you today and how is family and friends with you? Am writing
>> you to ask for the details of your car which i saw on autotrader UK
>> car selling website and i will be very happy if you can get back to me
>> yourself even if the details i asked for was stated in your advert but
>> i will need you to get back to me yourself for confirmation because i
>> am buying this car for a client and is better i have the full
>> information of the car from you. Below are the details of the car i
>> will need to know.
>>
>> Ownership of the car?
>>
>> Working condition of the car?
>>
>> Mileage of the car?
>>
>> Asking price of the car?
>>
>> Picture of the car?
>>
>> Location of the car?
>>
>> Please get back to me with this details ASAP so we can proceed
>> further, you can also ring me on +447024063504.
>>
> But they don't use such a format, do they ?
>
> there seems to be a fairly standard format and modus operandi

That was a straight cut and paste and most have been pretty much identical.

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F