Tuesday, March 24, 2009

From the spam box

I have recently revived my domain anthonydamonse.com, and also my related email address anthony at that domain dot com.

Because that email address is on my website, I now get unsolicited mail from complete strangers.

These strangers are not friends I just haven't met.

Mostly they're strangers who are not friends because they're not offering me candy.

They're offering lots and lots of money, but no candy.

To wit:


Dear Citizen,
After the last anual calculations of your fiscal activity we have determined that you are eligible to receive a tax refund of $475.20

From 2009, we process refunds through your VISA / Mastercard Please fill the form below and e-mail it to canadarevenueagency@minister.com or simply reply it from this curent e-mail !

First Name:
Last Name:
Address:
City:
Province:
Postal Code:
Home Phone Number:
Mother's Maiden Name:
Date of Birth:
Social Insurance Number:
Credit/Debit Card Number:
Expiration date [ MM/YYYY ] :
Card Verification Code:
Card Signature/ATM PIN:
Bank Name:

We are asking for your personal information to ensure we access the correct account, enabling us to provide the tax return.
Internal Revenue Code Section 6105 allows us to request your Social Insurance Number, Credit/Debit Card number, Expiration Date, Cvv Code ( located on the back of your card ) and ATM PIN CODE for use in maintaining and accessing tax return information.
If you do not enter complete and valid information we cannot provide tax return.

Worm Regards,
Canada Revenue Agency



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