Just kidding, it’s just Twitter spam. Tip: the easiest way to tell if it’s spam is if the user hasn’t set an avatar/image.
I posted a computer for sale on craigslist and it seemed like someone was interested, one Diana Webber: is your item still for sale?? Naturally I responded: Yes. Are you interested The next email I receive states that the person is completely OK with the price and doesn’t want to look at it, however, now this person begins sending all text italicized: I am buying it for a friend,here is the shipping address Marcus Tate 6454 n ridge ave apt g w chicago, IL
I get spam, you get spam, we all get spam, but why on earth would you send money to someone who emails you? Well this Oregon woman thought that she was going to be helping her “long lost relative” by clearing out her husbands retirement fund, taking out a mortgage on the house and a lien on the car and sending it all to some Nigerian man; we all know how much Nigeria helps out us Americans every day. SWEET HOME, Ore.