Chinese Spam

Woot! Some enterprising scammer is hopping on the new Chinese commercialism and spammed me. It is a refreshing change from Nigerians!

It sounds legit, because legitimate business-men use a gmail account.

Usually in legit email the senders email matches the send to address.

But everything is spelled right, and it is reasonably grammatically correct.

I always thought that if you were going to try and scam someone you should try and spellcheck, and get the grammer right. It seems only polite =)

Kung Pao Spam?

Spam lo Mein?

Sweet and Sour Spam?

Sesame Seed Spam?

Spam Rangoon?