SPAM Subject Titles

  1. All Spammers need to have their computers confiscated. Now they've stooped to mispelling words in the subject titles (like V1aagra) so they can make it past filters. Or they have a subject title that has absolutely nothing to do with what's in the email. Today I got one titled "Billing confirmation". I thought it was from one of my credit cards telling me they had received my payment. When I opened it up, it was somebody trying to sell me prescription drugs. They have to know that nobody is interested in their emails if they have to stoop to this. What are they getting out of it besides wasting their time, my time, and filling my inbox up with junk? :angryfire
  2. 5 Comments

  3. by   boggle
    Does anybody actually reply to those spam ads? They all come across as so phony. I can't believe anyone would do business with them.
  4. by   Darlene K.
    They are very annoying. I have my AOL preferences set with key words that delete those spam emails. Some still get thru, but not nearly as much as before.
  5. by   dianah
    There is a "special" place in _ _ _ _ reserved for spammers, in the room right next to the telemarketers (their heating vents are connected too).
  6. by   Marie_LPN, RN
    I've 'replied' to them before, but gee SOMEHOW when i'd replied, their little spam site just mysteriously had technical difficulties for a few days .
  7. by   H ynnoD
    Is your penis to small?Always want to ask them,why is yours?But you can never reply or unsubscribe due to some problem.Believe their setup that way so they can still send you useless junk,but stick to the rules of emailing.... :angryfire