My Scammers Are Smart As Bidumb
I suppose, if I were to compare that response to one from an English teacher grading a Basic Composition assignment, my grade might have been an F.
Or an A. Depends on how you view the whole thang.
I know my view. It inspired me to excel, sort of.
So I wrote up an email -- crafted it without something to edit from -- and sent it out to every email scammer in my address book, accredited to the scammer that started this dawg and pony show.
My name is Milton Daniel. I'm a doctor*, and I am an expert in flavor tasting mucus. But that isn't important now.
This email -- more than any I've rewritten of late -- seemed to have touched a nerve or two in Scamland.
From the named scammer -- whose email box I filled with about a dozen of this email, and 200 of his peers to read and react to it -- I got a plaintive "leave me alone!!!" This too, sent from his Nokia phone.
Of course I didn't, and won't, until all of his email addresses he's contacted me via are disabled.
From scammer Lukas Mukemva <email@example.com>; (who had a lotto scam), I got this Joe Bidumbesque reply: If u climb ur tress u will find 1 there. y not go ahead. Baboon!!
That got Lukas an email all his own, copied to the same 200 scammers. And probably a place on Bidumb's speech editing staff. He hasn't responded to the email avalanche, and he'll keep getting it until his address goes belly up as well.
Last but not least, a scammer from previous engagments, Esther Warlord (firstname.lastname@example.org), who hadn't responded to any of my email digs until being included in the Lukas Mukemva 'dump'. This drew from her the following: why why why u send me?
This was good for yet another email dump to the same lucky 200, with good ol' Esther as subject of discussion about the zen of platypus penises.
Since the 'dump' began, mailer-daemons have informed me that four scammer emails have been 'disabled'.
Four down...many, many more to go.
Labels: annoying email scammers for fun