No, I haven't, but thanks for the heads up.
Not from Helsinmki, that is.
But therre was one from Australia.
MY ISP has a great spam filter, but there is a mortgage company that uses real-sounding names and logical subject lines.- and no attachments. The ad is inserted into the body of the letter.
I know because when I got the first one I looked in properties. The first one was from Australia. I just delete the others as they come in because I recognize their tactics.
I did forward 2 of them to my ISP abuse center.
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Has anyone been getting e-mail attachments (paperclip) from Finland? (Helsinki) Got 4 in the last couple of days.
I have never received this type before, never have gone on a site that might warrant it and its one of my e-mail addresses that is very carefully and seldom given out....Strange.
Just curious if anyone else is getting the helsinki treats. Don't know whats in there, cause I will not open, peek or shake it. It gets deleted.
Because, one of these deleted e-mails bounced back stating, "the original message was received" "could not be delivered for a number of reasons" "verify the recipients address and try again later and gives you an Alternative e-mail address".. Sure Pal...WHAT original message? I never replied to any message, I had deleted the original.
This e-mail with no attachment, I did open, thinking it was from some other e-mail address I had sent to, and bounced back. Since it was from "Mail Delivery Subsystem" and the header was in English. After reading it, I though oh, oh, (Watch out for anything ending in .fi) or (city.fi)