Spam, spam,spam, spam:-)

The fraudulent e-mail scams are getting very slick.  Heh, I’m not a Bank of America customer. :imp:

We recently have determined that different computers have logged onto your Online Banking account, and multiple password failures were present before the logons. We now need you to re-confirm your account information to us.

If this is not completed by September 24, 2007, we will be forced to suspend your account indefinitely, as it may have been used for fraudulent purposes. We thank you for your cooperation in this manner.

To confirm your Online Banking records click on the following link:

Thank you for your patience in this matter.

Bank of America Customer Service

Please do not reply to this e-mail as this is only a notification. Mail sent to this address cannot be answered.

© 2007 Bank of America Corporation. All rights reserved

I just installed some stuff on our mail servers and was amazed, cut 90% of spam!
Then bingo, they come up with a new way to get those stupid Viagra and hot VSE stocks thru.
From over 250 spams a day down to 3 or 4, a week later back up to 15 or 20…

I’ll bet the volume of spam e-mails compared to legitimate mail is rather high for ISPs.  I’m sure this must put a strain on an ISP. :imp:

I think I read somewhere that their latest tactic is to create the spam as a .jpg and then email it out. Spam blockers can’t tell a good .jpg from a bad one.