Poll 2014-12-15 I refer to unsolicited commercial email as:
I refer to unsolicited commercial email as:
0 votes (0%)
4 votes (11%)
30 votes (86%)
U.B.E. or U.C.E.
0 votes (0%)
Useful cheap meds resource!
1 vote (3%)
Reply 4 comments

Sigh (Score: 3, Insightful)

by bryan@pipedot.org on 2014-12-15 10:04 (#2VYK)

Spam will persist as long as anyone chooses the last option; even if it's over a billion-to-one odds against it and the whole planet hates you.

Re: Sigh (Score: 0)

by Anonymous Coward on 2014-12-15 17:55 (#2VYW)

I've always been curious as to what happens when you do. How much do they want for the fake viagra? Do they just take the money and run, or send you a bottle of sugar pills? Do some people buy again?

Re: Sigh (Score: 1, Interesting)

by Anonymous Coward on 2014-12-15 22:11 (#2VZ7)

Speaking from experience with a friend, he bought some cheap Propecia on line. It was legit stuff he tells me. He has a recent PHD in biology, and has previous experience in the pharmaceutical industry, so it has some credibility that there might be some non sugar pills out there.

I really don't have any pressing needs for cheap meds, Maybe If I did I'd do my best to have him check on it before I ordered. But I'd have to be pretty desperate.

Re: Sigh (Score: 1)

by tanuki64@pipedot.org on 2014-12-15 19:26 (#2VZ0)

Just out of pure curiosity: Anyone thinking here that placing people, who really think of spamvertized 'goods' as 'useful cheap meds resource', under disability would be too harsh?