Something Mark W is NOT doing
richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Wed Nov 25 13:29:31 EST 2015
On 25/11/15 20:23, Richard Gaskin wrote:
> Richmond wrote:
> > I received a very odd message today, purporting to be
> > from Mark Waddingham:
> > good evening Richmond
> > http://[spam URL deleted]
> > Mark
> > mark.waddingham at yahoo.com
> > and sent from: mark.waddingham at jalehill.com
> > which is obviously bogus.
> > Mark needs to be aware of this (I don't have his personal e-mail),
> > and so does every potential recipient.
> > The "clubmazda" link leads to a "work from Home' Scam.
> Have you considered sending an email to Mark directly?
I am unaware of a direct e-mail for Mark.
> Redistributing the scam link to thousands of list members who aren't
> Mark may be confusing.
> I've been seeing a lot of spam that fits the recipe you describe, and
> often the ostensible sender is a junk address, with recipients pulled
> from a range of relevant sources which may include the address book of
> any of the recipients.
> Of course we can't rule out anything without more info, but given how
> much of this spam I've been seeing I wouldn't be too concerned over
> the unlikely possibility that Mark's laptop has been compromised.
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