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From : Mary Peter

Dearest one,

Permit me to inform you of our desire of going into business relationship with you. I am quite aware that my message will come to you as a surprise because it is indeed very strange for someone you have not met before to contact you in this
regard.

I am Ms Mary Peter the only daughter of late Chief and Mrs Peter George . My father was a very wealthy Cocoa merchant in Abidjan, the economic capital of Ivory coast, my father was poisoned to death by his business associates on one of their outings on a business trip.



zacharyalexstern:

Wow, 419 scams are getting creative.
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zacharyalexstern:

Wow, 419 scams are getting creative.

11/09/121 note • Reblogged from zacharyalexstern


dailydot:

Unraveling Markovian Parallax Denigrate, the Internet’s oldest and weirdest mystery 
Spam. It’s the Internet’s most resilient parasite. Millions of messages pollute the Web’s pipes every day. Grow a monster penis. Lose 20 pounds. Help out an African prince. You know the drill.
A lot of it is garbled junk, sentences that read like a computer ingested the Oxford English Dictionary and vomited it back out. The results are bizarre and often unintentionally hilarious, a favorite subject of forwarded emails or, in the age of Twitter, cult celebrity. Spam account @horse_ebooks boasts 120,000 thousand followers thanks entirely to the accidental and absurdist poetry of its tweets.
But back in 1996, users of the proto-Web community Usenet got spammed with messages that reached an almost transcendent level of bizarre—a weirdness so precise it implied the influence of a very human intelligence. “Markovian Parallax Denigrate,” read the title of each post, followed by a mountain of seemingly meaningless word spew:
jitterbugging McKinley Abe break Newtonian inferring caw update Cohen air collaborate rue sportswriting rococo invocate tousle shadflower Debby Stirling pathogenesis escritoire adventitious novo ITT most chairperson Dwight Hertzog different pinpoint dunk McKinley pendant firelight Uranus episodic medicine ditty craggy flogging variac brotherhood Webb impromptu file countenance inheritance cohesion refrigerate morphine napkin inland Janeiro nameable yearbook hark
According to later accounts, hundreds of these messages flooded Usenet discussion groups on Aug. 5, 1996, launching the type of intense rigorous inquiries you’d expect from the geeky academics who frequented Usenet back then—none of which turned up any answers. And the event was soon mostly forgotten, washed away in the deluge of information and culture ushered in by the burgeoning popularity of the World Wide Web.
Then, around 2006, the event’s Wikipedia page became a favorite bullet point for any number of “creepy Wikipedia” lists that made their way across blogs and obscure Web forums. Soon bloggers had dug up something even more curious.
At Google’s public Usenet archives, only one message remains with a subject line that reads “Markovian Parallax Denigrate.” And the name on the sender’s email address was curiously familiar to anyone who happened to be a national security wonk: Susan Lindauer, a former journalist who was arrested in 2004 after allegedly serving as an agent of Saddam Hussein’s government. She’s has since become a purveyor of sundry conspiracy theories, from a Lockerbie bombing cover-up to 9/11 trutherism.
Shortly after Lindauer’s connection to all this was dug up, the Wikipedia page disappeared. You needn’t have been a conspiracy nut to connect the dots, to think something fishy was going.
Was the Markovian Parallax Denigrate a message—a cipher hiding a deep government secret?
This is a story of two Susan Lindauers and how they accidentally gave a second life to one of the Internet’s oldest and weirdest mysteries. [continue]

dailydot:

Unraveling Markovian Parallax Denigrate, the Internet’s oldest and weirdest mystery

Spam. It’s the Internet’s most resilient parasite. Millions of messages pollute the Web’s pipes every day. Grow a monster penis. Lose 20 pounds. Help out an African prince. You know the drill.

A lot of it is garbled junk, sentences that read like a computer ingested the Oxford English Dictionary and vomited it back out. The results are bizarre and often unintentionally hilarious, a favorite subject of forwarded emails or, in the age of Twitter, cult celebrity. Spam account @horse_ebooks boasts 120,000 thousand followers thanks entirely to the accidental and absurdist poetry of its tweets.

But back in 1996, users of the proto-Web community Usenet got spammed with messages that reached an almost transcendent level of bizarre—a weirdness so precise it implied the influence of a very human intelligence. “Markovian Parallax Denigrate,” read the title of each post, followed by a mountain of seemingly meaningless word spew:

jitterbugging McKinley Abe break Newtonian inferring caw update Cohen air collaborate rue sportswriting rococo invocate tousle shadflower Debby Stirling pathogenesis escritoire adventitious novo ITT most chairperson Dwight Hertzog different pinpoint dunk McKinley pendant firelight Uranus episodic medicine ditty craggy flogging variac brotherhood Webb impromptu file countenance inheritance cohesion refrigerate morphine napkin inland Janeiro nameable yearbook hark

According to later accounts, hundreds of these messages flooded Usenet discussion groups on Aug. 5, 1996, launching the type of intense rigorous inquiries you’d expect from the geeky academics who frequented Usenet back then—none of which turned up any answers. And the event was soon mostly forgotten, washed away in the deluge of information and culture ushered in by the burgeoning popularity of the World Wide Web.

Then, around 2006, the event’s Wikipedia page became a favorite bullet point for any number of “creepy Wikipedia” lists that made their way across blogs and obscure Web forums. Soon bloggers had dug up something even more curious.

At Google’s public Usenet archives, only one message remains with a subject line that reads “Markovian Parallax Denigrate.” And the name on the sender’s email address was curiously familiar to anyone who happened to be a national security wonk: Susan Lindauer, a former journalist who was arrested in 2004 after allegedly serving as an agent of Saddam Hussein’s government. She’s has since become a purveyor of sundry conspiracy theories, from a Lockerbie bombing cover-up to 9/11 trutherism.

Shortly after Lindauer’s connection to all this was dug up, the Wikipedia page disappeared. You needn’t have been a conspiracy nut to connect the dots, to think something fishy was going.

Was the Markovian Parallax Denigrate a message—a cipher hiding a deep government secret?

This is a story of two Susan Lindauers and how they accidentally gave a second life to one of the Internet’s oldest and weirdest mysteries.
[continue]

11/02/12136 notes • Reblogged from dailydot


Hello My Dear Good afternoon How are you this lovely afternoon i hope you are fine and i will not forget to ask you about your work and everything, My Dear i received your email and i am attaching all this to you because i want you to understand that i am not coming to implicate you or something but i really need your help because i have already informed my late father bank about my plans to claim this money as the next of kin to the money but the bank told me to look for a foreign partner who will assist me in this claim because this is the agreement on my late father wiled with the bank and due to my refugee status here in Senegal. As a refugee i don’t have a direct claim over the money but i can only have it through an appointed representative trustee/investor as my late father wiled said and Please my dear i will like you to help me transfer the ($ 4.700, 000.00 FOUR MILLION SEVEN HUNDRED THOUSAND US DOLLARS) to your account and immediately after the transfer you will send me some money from the money to get my travel papers to come over in your country and be with you for my better life and please My Dear i will like to know your willingness to assist me in this so that i can give you the full contact of the bank for you to contact them for verification and confirmation and for us to know the possibility of transferring the money to your account. And i wanted to send to you the contact of my late father bank now where this money is been deposited by my late father but i will like to know more about you first and for me to know more about you is for you to send to me your full contact address before i can give you my late father bank contact address for you to contact them and confirm from the bank and also find out the possibility of transferring the money to your country. I WILL BE WAITING FOR YOUR CALL AS SOON AS YOU GET THIS EMAIL SO THAT WE CAN TALK AM NOT TELLING A STORY OK. This phone number (+221/766/661/242) it’s the Reverend priest phone number call and tell him you want to talk to miss Janet he will call me because i am staying at the female hostel 074 and i do send and received my e-mail in the office of the Reverend Father and i will like you to send to me your full data such as enable me to know more about you. (1) your Home address————————————————- (2) your full name ————————————————— (3) your phone number———————————————— (4) your occupation ———————————————— (5) your country name———————————————— (6) your age ———————————————- on receipt of this email i will forward to you the contact of the finance house where this Money is deposited by my late father for you to make contact with them and ask them the possibility of releasing the money to your account, i am looking forward to read from you. After the transaction we will work for my coming to your country within 1 or 2 weeks time. I will be expecting your reply. Please do keep this only to your self please i beg you not to disclose it till i come over once the funds has been transferred. Yours truly, Miss Janet Kazim



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Hello, my dearest , foremost, please accept my heart full of love and caring . Please permit me to introduce myself better . I’m Ms. Diane Zadi ,19 years old girl from Cote d’Ivoire , daughter to late Bernard Zadi Zaourou,he was a politician and one time minister of culture in my country. He died on March 20, 2012  . And my biological mother died some 4 years ago .

I pray you to put aside xenophobia, tribalism, regionalism and racism . I need your assistance , my father secretly deposited the sum of US$3,600,000.00 ( Three million and six hundred thousand dollars ) in one of the leading banks ,in custody of my name as the next of kin. I therefore write that you partner with me over the transfer of this fund to your account and it’s investment . After the fund is transferred to your account , I will then join you there .It is my intention to compensate you with 15% of the total money .

Before I proceed, please permit me to say I followed my intuition in chosen you amongst the multitude, this forms the basis of my confidence in you . I never get misled whenever I followed my intuitive directive .In my next message I will tell you more about my present condition ,the reason I want to have this fund transferred to your position , and why I wish to migrate to your country .

As soon as I receive your positive response showing your interest I will put things into action immediately . Please do keep this secret only to yourself ,I beg you not to disclose it to a third party till I come over, once the fund has been transferred into your account . I hope my explanation is very clear but if you need further clarification, then send in your question(s) . I have attached scanned copy of my picture and I look forward to have yours .

My regards
Diane Zzadi .



www.reporter.no — sender : zzadidiane@yahoo.it

Hello, my name is Zzadi Diane , is my pleasure to communicate with you after seeing your profile here . it will be better if you can confirm this message by writing me back via my email so that i will detail you my purpose of writing you . i have something very important to share with you . i will be waiting to hear from you. have a blessed day.



To: Undisclosed Recipients From: Dianne

Hello Dear
I came here to find my second half, my soulmate, my friend. It
interesting to say about myself for you, as I’ve ever seen you.
But I feel something inside. I feel like a sign of hope that I am not
doing this in vain. I think you have the friendly soul to mine.
What I know is love. Yes, love the large print. demands love
all - to show the soul of another person. I
do this. I want to learn better. If you want the same, I will be very
happy. I know you and spend my life with you together. I want to comfort
your heart with tenderness and care. Perhaps our souls belong to each other. if
you want to find it, please write here
hugs
Diane Zadi.
are expected to read from you soon



  hello  
My name is jesy, loving and caring lady i viewed your profile and got interested in knowing you more could you please reply to my mail address () i have something to tell so that we will know each other very well i will send my pictures and tell you about me
Thanks,jesy



alittlespace:

Oh, ok then.
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alittlespace:

Oh, ok then.

07/27/1116 notes • Reblogged from alittlespace