What benefit to the sender of this message?

andyw

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I started receiving an overload of spam on my verizon.net email account about six months ago. I can't figure out what the sender expects to achieve by sending this junk.

Is it possible for someone to explain the details to me?

Message received:

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Date: Sun, 27 Nov 2011 23:40:48 -0800
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Thanks,

Andy
 

popowich

EQ Forum Admin
Staff member
Hi Andy,

It looks like there are three images that link to spam links near the top of the email.

-Ray
 

andyw

Valued Member
Thanks, Ray.

I didn't open the mail, didn't click on any links. Damn, it's tough trying to filter out this incoming nonsense. The bad guys are very good at what they do.

Andy
 

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