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Need to recruit a whole mess of money mules right away?

The next scam in your inbox may claim to have been sent by a banker or bureaucrat.

But, the sender probably got your name from a wholesale list-seller, and not from a trusted friend.

“Totally anonymous – your ISP wont [sic] know that you are sending out bulk emails,” the advertisement reads.

“Mail to 1000 recipients in seconds.” I sought comment via email from the owner of these services, Vikram M. Someone, who answered my Yahoo instant message at the support address listed on the site, wished me luck with my “story” (their quotes), but declined to chat further. In 2007, Perfect Web Technologies sued another email list vendor — info USA — arguing that the latter had infringed upon its patents.

Additionally, there are a handful of open-air markets where lists of emails are sold by the millions.

If you buy in bulk, you can expect to pay about a penny per 1,000 addresses.

When cyber crooks want to get away — with a crime — increasingly they are turning to underground online booking services that make it easy for crooks to rent hacked PCs that can help them ply their trade anonymously.

[/EPSB] This entry was posted on Monday, April 25th, 2011 at am and is filed under A Little Sunshine, Latest Warnings, Web Fraud 2.0.

A list of 1,041,977 USA Seniors (45-70 years old) is selling for 5. Consider these offerings: 50 million AOL addresses: 0 30 million Hotmail addresses: 0 30 million Yahoo addresses: 0 5 million Gmail addresses: 0 Don’t have your own botnet or email infrastructure capable of sending so much email without getting shut down by your ISP?

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