Monday, May 23, 2005

Spam templates

I think that there must be some collection somewhere of templates used in spam. Sometimes I'll get the same messages that I got months and months ago that appear to be sent from a different person... maybe one of them was addressed to %FNAME %LNAME and from "eBay customer support," and another came from the "Word1 X. Word2" (as in Malarkey E. Silverback) format that's so popular right now.

Someone should start, your one-stop source for pre-made spam templates. The domain is still available. I mean, Office has the same thing for documents and PowerPoint templates already; it seems natural that someone might want a website where they can get free, professionally-designed spam templates. Maybe it would even improve the quality of the spam we receive.

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