How many times have you opened your inbox and found a suspicious spam email talking about some unclaimed insurance bond, a diamond-encrusted safe deposit box, or close friends marooned in a foreign country needing your help?
When you see spam email in your inbox, the standard procedure is to delete it on sight. But what if you did something different? What if you actually replied to the email?
That’s exactly what writer and comedian James Veitch did as he narrates a hilarious, months-long exchange with a spammer who offered to cut him in on a hot deal.
Opening spam email is probably not the best thing to do. At least now you have some idea of what you might encounter if you actually replied.