The spammer starts off their spam with a supposed link to my site. The only problem is the link they provided was total gibberish, pointing to a webpage on my site which has never existed. Not a good start.
Educate yourself about scams by reading a good book!
Love to get your thoughts
I thought I'd pop over an email after visiting your site [very fake link redacted]
I'm Jo - I blog about photography over at Hobby Help - perhaps you've heard of us?
Please forgive my oh so shameless plug, but I thought you might appreciate an article I wrote recently...
It's a comprehensive 7,000 word beginner's guide to photography - I think it makes a fab resource for anyone looking to get started!
I'd love for you to check it out here: [link redacted]
If you think it's good, perhaps you could link to it from your site?! :D
In return, I'll happily share your article with my 10,000+ followers on Facebook!
Thanks so much for your help, and have a great day :)
P.S. If I'm way off base here, just reply with 'unsubscribe' and I won't bother you again, no hard feelings :)
Spammer be gone. Here are my thoughts you'd love to get: your 10,000+ followers are probably as fake as you are.
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