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[#] Thu May 16 2024 20:29:59 EDT from zelgomer

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2024-05-16 21:23 from nonservator <nonservator@uncensored.citadel.org>

I demand fatpeoplesearch.com and if anyone bitches I'll say "what,
you think fat people don't search?"


For a hot dog, maybe!

[#] Thu May 16 2024 20:30:37 EDT from zelgomer

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2024-05-16 21:57 from Nurb432 <nurb432@uncensored.citadel.org>
speaking of tinder.

Got a 'Ukraine Beauty' spam/scam email this evening.   Been a while
and didnt even notice they were gone.. .  Used to get them all the
time until the media lost interest in the war...


Was she purdy?

[#] Fri May 17 2024 07:17:31 EDT from Nurb432

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Didn't look. Just saw a few in my spam folder.  ( i do a quick glance at subjects before manual deletion, i dont trust filters. I see legit stuff get tagged too often. )

Thu May 16 2024 20:30:37 EDT from zelgomer
Was she purdy?

 



[#] Sat May 18 2024 14:34:30 EDT from darknetuser

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2024-05-08 15:03 from Nurb432
Anther round today.  They are f-ing with the dates this time. Dates
several years into the future.  I assume to get past people that
sort by date, so its on top no matter what?

 

And oddly, some were dated 1980... 


Bad dating is a known tactic, and not very old. Spam filters actually use bad dating as a criteria for flagging email as spam.

[#] Sat May 18 2024 14:38:30 EDT from darknetuser

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2024-05-16 17:57 from Nurb432
speaking of tinder.

Got a 'Ukraine Beauty' spam/scam email this evening.   Been a while

and didnt even notice they were gone.. .  Used to get them all the
time until the media lost interest in the war...


Ukraine Beauty scam used to be dished out very intensively well before the Ukrainian war. The war just increased the interest.

Funny enough, I don't remember finding much more Ukraine scamming increasing as a consequence of the war.

[#] Sat May 18 2024 15:31:41 EDT from Nurb432

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Yea couple of girls i know.. oh wait.. wrong date..  

 

:)

Sat May 18 2024 14:34:30 EDT from darknetuser
Bad dating is a known tactic, 

 



[#] Tue May 21 2024 14:31:56 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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Ukraine Beauty scam used to be dished out very intensively well before

the Ukrainian war. The war just increased the interest.

I would have guessed that Ukraine would have become the alleged location of 419 scammers. After all, she's got millions of dollars and she needs your help getting it out of the country before the russkies get it...

Meanwhile, I came to the realization today that when my phone rejects an incoming call from a known spammer (which is handled by the Android software using an API call to Google's spam database, I think) the mobile network seems to be sending the spammer to my busy/noanswer forwarding number. 

Quite a long time ago I changed that number from T-Mobile's voice mail system to my work number, so the cell would roll over to my work phone, and then to my work voicemail, so I'd only have one mailbox to check. Later I disabled my work voicemail completely, because 100% of incoming telephone calls are garbage.

Normally I don't even turn on my work phone anymore for that reason, but I was expecting a call so on it came. And I got a spam forwarded from my cell, because why wouldn't I want to buy an extended warranty for my truck?



So out that goes. Now if I don't answer my cell or if the line is busy, it forwards to Santa's Hotline. After all ... 99% of the people who try to call me are spammers, scammers, and other people on the naughty list.

[#] Tue May 21 2024 14:39:57 EDT from Nurb432

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Should forward them to the White House.  



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