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miércoles, noviembre 15, 2006

Orange vende la base de datos de Wanadoo

Tengo una cuenta de correo en Wanadoo desde el año 2004. Durante ese tiempo he recibido 4 correos, dos de ellos ayer. Hacía dos años que no recibía ningún correo y me ha sorprendido bastante el recibir algo. Ni que decir tiene, que esa cuenta no la utilizo para nada y que no aparece en ningún sitio más. Es un verdadero milagro que no haya borrado de mi lector de correo.
Me parece que lo más probable es que las cuentas de Wanadoo hayan pasado a engrosar las listas de algun spammer. No sé si Orange lo habrá hecho a propósito o si se trata a algo similar a lo que paso con Terra hace años.

Al menos el spam que he recibido es muy entretenido:

Dear Friend,

Please excuse me for this letter.

My name is Valentin. I'm student and I live with my mother in a small town Kaluga, Russia. My mother is invalid. She cannot see and she receive pension very rare which is
not enought even for medications.

I work very hard every day to be able to buy necessities for my mother, but my salary is very small, because my studies still not finished.

Due to deep crisis authorities stoped gas in our district and now we cannot heat our home. I don't know what to do, because the winter is coming and the weather will be very
cold. I am very afraid that the temperature inside our home can become very cold and we will not be able to survive.

Therefore I finded several e-mail addresses and thank to the free internet access in our local library I decided to appeal to you with prayer in my heart for small help.

If you have any old sleping bag, warm blanket, electric heater, warm clothes and shoes, electric water-boiler, canned and dried food, vitamins, medicines from cold, any
hygiene-products, I will be very grateful to you if you could send it to our postal address which is:

Valentin Michailin,
Rileeva Str, 6-45.
Kaluga. 248030,

If you think that it would be better or easier for you to help with some money, please write me back and I will write you how to send it safely, if you agree. In this case I
will be able to buy a portable stove and heat our home during the winter.

I hope to hear from you very soon and I pray that you can help us. I also hope very much that this hard situation will become better in our region very soon.

From all my heart, I wish you all the best. I wish that all your dreams come true and your life will be full of hapiness.

God Bless You,

Valentin and my mother Elena,
Kaluga. Russia.

Me ha hecho bastante gracia este mensaje . Eso de que se han quedado sin gas para la estufa... Así que le respondí diciéndole que si, que no podía dormir pensando en que no tenían calefacción... y me han contestado:

Dear Carlos,

Thank you very much for your kind message. I am very glad to hear that you
will help us.

Thanks to your help with some money I will be able to buy a portable stove
and it will help me to warm our home during the winter. I will also buy a
sleeping bag for my mother, medications and the things of the primary
necessity. Due to the crisis all these necessities are not very expensive,
therefore even a little money will help me to buy it or part of it.

I heard that the most reliable way how you can send money to our country is
to use Western Union Money Transfer System. I visited our local Western
Union Agent and they gave me a paper with the following information:

1. Remittance via Western Union should be sent to the name and address of
receiver. Therefore you can send your remittance to my name and our home

Valentin Michailin,
Rileeva Str, 6-45.
Kaluga. 248030,

2. For sending remittance you need to visit a local Western Union Agent in
your city. According to the information of our local Western Union Office,
in your country they are located inside of post offices or banks. You can
find address of nearest Western Union Agent in your city by the following
Just enter the name of your city and choose your country from the list of
mentioned countries.

3. When your remittance is sent, please inform me the money transfer control
number (MTCN) and amount of your remittance. After that I will be able to
visit our local Western Union Office and receive your help.

I hope to hear from you soon, because the winter is coming and we don't know
what to do.

Valentin and my mother.

Viva el spam!!!!... Este rusito me pide que le mande mantas o un cheque jaja... que tio

Gracias a Orange puedo disfrutar de spammers tan divertidos.



Anonymous Pons said...

si quieres divertirte
se les llama estafas 419 o estafas nigerianas, por que las inventaron unos nigerianos, que hacen lo mismo q ella, contar historias para q les envies dinero.
En esa pagina contraestafan a los nigerianos (o rusos)..
Entra y riete un rato

3:52 p. m.  
Blogger Karlitoss said...

buena página... hace unos años pillaron unos nigerianos cerca de mi casa.. creo que eran los del spam postal o falsificaban algo...

5:53 p. m.  

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