OT SPAM ABOOT OT SPAM Re: urgent business/investment deal

From: Sellam Ismail <foo_at_siconic.com>
Date: Fri Mar 15 06:54:28 2002

On Fri, 15 Mar 2002, James B. DiGriz wrote:

> > They're in some third-world African nation where the government is most
> > likely in on the scam. I doubt their local authorities would do anything
> > less than laugh at anyone actually filing a complaint with them.
> Or so is purported. Even if so, official collusion will evaporate
> instantaneously if credible evidence of wire fraud is presented by and
> to the right parties. Nobody wants to lose their cushy IMF sinecures.
> Again, it's of little relevance to the spam issue.

Um, James, do you realize how long these scams have been going on for? If
you think the lame amount of money the IMF would give Nigeria if they
cracked down on the scams that originate from there even begins to compare
to the money that is reaped from these scams then you need to snap out of
the haze you're in.

> Jay runs a pretty tight ship on a high-volume list, and without throwing
> his weight around, either. I'd say he's doing a fine job, and I don't
> know anyone else who'd have the required time or patience to put into
> it.

Jay pokes his head in here once or twice a month and doesn't know what's
going on. Most of the time he doesn't even respond to e-mails.

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Received on Fri Mar 15 2002 - 06:54:28 GMT

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