Wednesday, October 14, 2009

We shall await your immediate response

Amongst all of the emails about the enormous amounts of money I’ve inherited and won (my sex life seems to have been put on hold by the spammers for the moment). This one caught my eye. How long do you wait for an immediate response?

9 comments:

Dru Marland said...

In their case, I would imagine till hell freezes over....

Donna said...

Like...NOW???Hahaa...hughugs

Anji said...

Dru: You're right there.

Donna: Can't get more immediate than that.

Rhi said...

How long do you wait for an immediate response?

It's a bit like, 'How long is a piece?' of string for the 21st century.

Anji said...

Rhi: Perhaps it is!

Ken Albin said...

One time I actually responded out of curiosity to one of those "you won the European lottery" scams. They wanted $400 for processing fees. I emailed them back and said they could just deduct it from my millions I just won. For some odd reason I never heard back from them but I'm still checking my mailbox daily for it.

Anji said...

Ken: I always wondered what would happen. I win so much money everyday I just don't have the time to follow them all up!

Angie Davis said...

I haven't won any money yet, but the amount I'm told I've saved through amazing, unrepeatable offers is colossal!


Next time, perhaps my immediate response should be to not buy at all, and thus save even more.

Anji said...

Angie: We would all be very rich if we belived everything that the spammers are selling