Thought nobody would know about your penis enlarger pill purchases?
A security flaw at a website operated by the purveyors of penis-enlargement pills has provided the world with a depressing answer to the question: Who in their right mind would buy something from a spammer?
An order log left exposed at one of Amazing Internet Products' websites revealed that, over a four-week period, some 6,000 people responded to e-mail ads and placed orders for the company's Pinacle herbal supplement. Most customers ordered two bottles of the pills at a price of $50 per bottle.
That's some serious cash, and the number one reason spam will never go away: While it annoys us all beyond belief, it still makes money for folks.
Blog Roundup from G'Day Mate - Reviews on 08/10/03 @ 07:10 AM:
Here we go, the all new improved Blog Roundup! In the weekly roundup (posted Sunday Australian EST) I will highlight a number of items that interested me in the last week. During the week I will occasionally cover a single (Read More)
Blog Roundup from GDay Mate - Reviews on 08/17/03 @ 04:30 AM:
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