Don’t you ever fall for this deceiving scam – someone sends you an email, asking you if you want to buy ALL the email addresses on the Internet!
I have seen a few Malaysian spammers spamming me with an advertisement, asking if you want to join them as a spammer.
These email addresses are collected by a spider, bot or other software without the permission of the owner. If you send them emails based on this, then you’re spammin them.
It doesn’t matter if by paying RM15 you can get 1.5 million or more email addresses as well as the software to send out spam – at the end of the day it’s still spam.
It will not make you rich overnight. Instead, it can get you in a lot of trouble by being banned and blocked by email providers and ISPs. It’s to bad that Malaysian authorities are not dealing with these spammers which spoil it for the rest of us and gives Malaysia a bad name, but I do foresee more strict action against spammers in the near future.