Spam Spam Spam Spam!

So my e-mail account got hacked, causing me to send out hundreds of e-mails telling people about this awesome website where you can buy laptops, phones, TV, and other assorted goodies.

You’d think that if the bastards can get into people’s e-mail accounts, that they’d take the extra step and hire a proofreader. A message like “They have good reputation and have many good feedbacks. If you need these products, look at this website will be a clever choice. I am sure you will get many surprise and benefits” is not going to get people to click the dastardly link.

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