Strange Spam Mail from RapidAdvance

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We recently received this STRANGE spam e-mail in our inbox:

“HELLO MY FRIEND AND HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

I AM A PASTOR WHO WORKS WITH . I PRAY YOU ARE DOING GREAT. I GOT YOUR INFORMATION OFF THE WEB. I WASN’T SURE IF YOU WERE STILL ACTIVE AND OR LOOKING FOR A SECOND STREAM OF INCOME. I WANTED TO SHARE SOFTWARE THAT ALLOWS US TO GENERATE THOUSANDS OF FREE BUSINESS LEADS IN MINUTES WITH PHONE #S AND E MAILS. WE CAN ALSO MAKE A THOUSAND LEGAL PHONE CALLS FOR ONLY $9 AND LEAVE A 30 SECOND MESSAGE.THIS CAN HELP EXPLODE ANY BUSINESS.WE ALSO HAVE RESALE RIGHTS AND EARN $ 300 ON A $397 SALE.

MY WEBSITE WILL EXPLAIN EVERYTHING, CLICK HERE=> WWW.JWMACDONALD.COM

I AM SORRY IF I BOTHERED YOU, PLEASE FORGIVE ME, I DO BELIEVE THIS IS AN  INCREDIBLE TOOL.

PLEASE CONTACT ME IF I CAN HELP YOU.

GOD BLESS YOU, PASTOR JIM MACDONALDCALVARY CHURCH AND BOOK STORE WEBSITE -WORDDEPOT.COM PH-610 275 7242 -10 AM-7 PM MON-FRI”

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Does RapidAvance, the Funding firm in Bethesda, MD keep religious clergy on staff to pray for unlimited leads??

Dear Lord,

Today we ask that you bless us with 50 qualified applications, a high conversion rate, and a thousand legal phone calls for only $9. We also ask that you watch over our furniture deal which is dying a slow death in underwriting due to a negative landlord reference. Lastly we wish that you guide the new guy Sal, who converted only 1 deal last month. Sal is dumb and we are going to fire his fat ass soon. Funded deals come with great sacrifice. The leads be with you. And also with you.

Amen.>

**** Update 12/6

  

RapidAdvance reports that they have no affiliation with this e-mail. The domain name associated with the email was “christianbnw.com.” Whether or not the sender intended to mislead by referencing the RapidAdvance brand name is unknown. Please do not let this e-mail reflect on RapidAdvance as it appears that they did not actually originate it. RapidAdvance takes pride in doing honest business and The Merchant Cash Resource recognizes them as one the industry leaders. You can also check out their BBB Listing.

We do however continue to find the subject of that spam mail very random, strange, and humorous. Maybe we’ll start reading our spam mail more often.

Last modified: February 21, 2013
Sean Murray


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