spam salad




Question: What is this site about?
Answer: Since I receive so much spam, I decided to have some fun with it. See how I am making money even in sleep, how many beautiful sexy women eager to sleep with me, how I can get viagra so cheap, how I can erase all my debt with click of a mouse, how I can get free money from uncle sam which I never have to pay back, how I can get cheap mortgage for my house or refinance my mortgage, and so many other things. And the best part of it is: it is free and is in sexy web2.0 look and feel!
Question: Is spam salad healthy?
Answer : Absolutely not. It can harm bodily health, mental health, and financial health. It hurts the global economic health by making people waste time. It hurts global computing health by taking valuable storage and bandwidth away.
Question: What is the difference between spam and junk mail?
Answer: Junk mail cost them money to print, package and mail while spam costs you money. It is very easy to get rid of junk mail - just throw it away, but it is very time consuming and tedious to go through and delete all the spam.
Question: What is the difference between spam and phishing?
Answer: While spam tries to sell you something you don't want, phishing directly targets your bank account or credit card account without even pretending to sell you anything. One day you get an email that says something like 'your account is in serious trouble, you need to login and do something'. But when you click on the link, it takes you to a web site that looks exactly like the bank or the credit card company and you are fooled into entering your account no or credit card number. But when you click submit, you find out you have given some criminals your account number and passoword in stead of logging in to your account.
Question: Sounds incredibly ingenious technique. How do they do that?
Answer: May be it is an ingenious idea. But it is not hard at all. The open nature of internet makes it possible to put a web site that looks exactly like your bank or credit card company's web site.
Question: Is there anyway identify a phishing email from normal email?
Answer: At first sight 'no' other than the fact that they usually end up in your junk mail or bulk mail folder. But if you look closely, you may get some clues. A regular email from your bank will probably start with Dear John or whatever your name is. A phishing email will simply say 'Dear Customer' or something like it. Even if there are no such differences, you can avoid being a victim of phishing as shown in the nest answer.
Question: How do you avoid being a victim of Phishing?
Answer: If you get any email saying that you need to log in to your account and do something, do not click any link in the email. In stead, go directly to your bank's web site and log in from there. You can use your previously bookmarked links also. To be completely sure, you can call your financial institution as you will not find anything unusual when you log in to your account and will probably be very confused. BUT NEVER CLICK ON ANY OF THE LINKS GIVEN IN THE EMAIL.
Question: What is the purpose of the spam gallery?
Question: What is the purpose of the spam gallery?
Answer: As they say, picture is worth thousand words. So in stead of describing what I get in spams, I show the pictures. Hopefully, you can get a kick out it and have some laugh at the same time!
Answer: As they say, picture is worth thousand words. So in stead of describing what I get in spams, I show the pictures. Hopefully, you can get a kick out it and have some laugh at the same time!
Question: Is the spam gallery advertisement?
Answer: No. Clicking on the pictures will not take you anywhere other than the next spam picture. They are for fun only. On some pictures, I have even taken out the logo.
Question: Why can't I go back to previous spam picture?
Answer: Because I delete my spam asap, there is no way to go back to the previous picture. But don't worry same spam will come again.
Question: How come same picture comes again and again?
Answer: Because I keep getting same spam again and again even though I delete it and unsubscribe from it.
Question: How come the pictures do not end?
Answer: Because spam never stops coming. In fact I delete my spam as soon as it comes, stamp on it, spit on it, curse it, shred it to pieces, set it on fire, and what not, but it still keeps on coming and coming and coming and coming and coming...
Question: Why there is no order in the sequence of images?
Answer: Because spams do not come in an orderly fashion.
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