I guess if spammers were really smart, they’d have figured out that no one pays any attention to obvious scams anymore. (At least I don’t. Do you?) This one was worth blogging about. It so obviously wasn’t from Prodigy that it’s not even funny. Well, actually, it’s funny as hell. Anyone who falls for this should have a beating. Enjoy.
Dear prodigy.net Email Account Owner, This message is from prodigy.net messaging center to all prodigy.net email account user. We are currently upgrading our database and e-mail account center. We are deleting all unused prodigy.net email account to create more space for new accounts. To prevent your account from closing you will have to update it below so that we will know that it's a present used account.(You are to send the information below to enable us RECONFIRM YOUR EMAIL ACCOUNT and for Upgrading) Email Username :(***********) EMAIL Password :(***********) Date of Birth :(***********) Warning!!! Account owner that refuses to update his/ her account within 24hours of this warning notice we are afraid you will have to lose your account permanently. Thank you for using prodigy.net! Warning Code:VX2G99AAJ Thanks prodigy.net Support Team
Oh, and it was sent from Admin@prodigy.net, but the Reply-To email is email@example.com. Ooohhh! Clever, huh?! Jeez.