The phone never stops ringing

The phone never stops ringing

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Submitted by : Brian Feldtman of Johannesburg on 2010-10-29 11:57:43
Also your friends, acquaintances, clubs etc that indiscriminately disclose all the email addresses in their lists when sending jokes, club letters, chain letter rubbish and special offers. The spammers get hold of these and one is then bombarded with spam mail purporting to come from banks, marketers and companies.
The spam mail from all Big4 "banks" just comes relentlessly, requesting you to update your banking details in a very authentic manner - how many people have been caught and still nobody can nail these spammers. Even if you don't bank with a certain bank you still get its "please update" emails. Surely these criminals can be caught?


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