This spammed message purports to come from Gizmondo and informs users that their supposed online purchase will be delivered in their address. It bore the subject,Thank you for settling the order No.
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From: The Replication SpecialistsSubject: Quantities are low, Better Early than Late, New Models are here, Reminder, Some supplies are lowChristmas Notification:
Our 2010 replication models have arrived BUT we have limited supplies.
2010 Products in Limited Supply:
-Replication Watches-Replication Jewelry-Replication Handbags
What makes our replications the BEST?
-Our Replication models cost 85% less than the 'Original'-Our Replication models use the smae materials as the 'Original'-Our Replication models are EXACT replications
DUE TO LIMITED SUPPLIES we are suggesting customers to have orders placed prior to November 1st, 2009.
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From: Capital OneSubject: This Document Contains Important InformationDear Capital One TowerNetSM or Treasury Optimizer user,
As part of the new terms and conditions of the Data Access Agreement between your organization and the Capital One, your organization will be given a Digital Certificate.
Because of the private nature of the client data, worldwide access via Web to that data, and the potential for fraud, the system must be certain of user identity and authorization.