If you aren’t a scammer, and want to hook up with people for a legitimate business proposition, I have a few pointers to give you.
- Use a legitimate e-mail address
- Address people directly, and now via an undisclosed email recipiants list
- Present yourself and your project and offer to call or hook up IRL for more information
- Use correct language, and format your mail as good as possible.
- Don’t use scraped email addresses (harvested from the web)
David Adams has done the oposite in this mail that just landed in my inbox:
from firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
reply-to ”firstname.lastname@example.org” <email@example.com>
date Wed, Nov 5, 2008 at 7:21 PM
I need to relate with you some urgent business matters concerning transfer of
On receipt of your response in affirmation of your willingness to work with
me I will send to you
full details and more information about myself and the said funds for your
I will prefer we communicate for now via email
David Adams’ mail goes straight to the junk folder. He is pitching for a scam.