I really don’t understand how bulk spam emails like this generate business, but they must. Otherwise they’d stop sending them. Right?
Spam emails with language like “Please revert for Mobile app or mobile website designing and development with the most competitive rate and the best quality delivery.” always cracks me up.
Johny, a so-called “Online Marketing Consultant” was kind enough to spam us with this email pitching his Web Design Services. Why do people fall for this?
Spam email pitching Web Design Christmas Packages with absolutely no mention of Christmas or the special packages.
Apparently, I’ve been completely mislead all of these years. I haven’t been getting spam, they’ve been “complimentary” emails.
SEO, Web design and Web Development email spam from Vikram, a so-called Internet Marketing Expert
We’re seeing a lot of spam coming from yeah.net lately. Here’s the latest.
Govind was kind enough to send us this spam email so we could post it here on SpamScams. I’m going to guess that wasn’t the outcome they wanted.
Ah, the irony. A web design sales pitch from improve-ranking.com promising to never contact your client, yet they use spam to contact you. Not a very reassuring promise.