That though does not include spam. With spam I probably get 100 per day. Some are real, some are bots. Some are just hackers. Sometimes one or two make my inbox.
This one came in the other day from the lovely and talented Lawana Palazzo. Here it is:
I think that you're very cute and that you know how to make your woman happy. you know, I was studying psychology in college and that's why I know a lot about anthroposcopy! So, I saw ur photos, made analysis of these shots and decided that u're very cool. So now I am writing u this letter.
Oh, some of my information. I am Lawana and I'm 21 yo. I am here daily and that's why I'll be waiting for u to answer!
So, please, don't let me wait!
Studying psychology? What is that supposed to be attractive or something? I see that, and I run like hell. Anyways the guy that created this little email probably was in the Ukraine and used an online translator to come up with something a stupid handsome American would fall for. But it didn't work comrade.
For these emails to come through, or even exist...means they have had some sort of success rate. I often wonder who replies to these emails? If they send out 10,000 of these what is the return rate? 1%? Obviously the ultimate goal is access to money, credit card, identity, or online information. Theft is the plan...via the heart. Don't be a sucker...ignore these emails always. That's how you eradicate them...report them as spam, then ignore, delete!
Sorry Lawana, but I don't wanna.