Monday, December 14, 2009

Gimme Your Money Please

Lately, I've been getting comments like this from evil spambots:

Anonymous has left a new comment on your post


Hello !.
You re, I guess , probably very interested to know how one can make real
money .
There is no initial capital needed You may begin to receive yields with as
small sum of money as 20-100 dollars.

AimTrust is what you need
AimTrust represents an offshore structure with advanced asset management
technologies in production and delivery of pipes for oil and gas.

It is based in Panama with structures around the world.
Do you want to become an affluent person?
That`s your choice That`s what you desire!

I feel good, I began to get income with the help of this company,
and I invite you to do the same. It`s all about how to choose a proper
companion who uses your savings in a right way - that`s the AimTrust!.
I earn US$2,000 per day, and my first deposit was 1 grand only!
It`s easy to start , just click this link (bogus site name removed)
and go! Let`s take our chance together to become rich



According to McAfee they don't try to download malware from their web site.

BizInformation, whatever the hell that is, values the site at a cool million dollars.

There's a discussion forum hosted on which lists AIM TRUST ONLINE as a premier HYIP and states "AIM Trust is a financial company working in the metal market, and opened for small cap investors." The metal market? But the email said pipes for oil and gas. I'm sure that's an honest mistake.

There are comical posts from Jane--well, one of them--from AIM TRUST. "She" goes by "Sincerely yours, Jane." Sprinkled in between are posts that claim to be satisfied customers like "TH" and "EliteTrader" that, in a weak attempt to make AIM look legitimate, have some complaints but are still making money regardless. "TH" even provides easy to fake images as proof.

BTW, HYIP is a high-yield investment program.

It's an excellent way for you to make money...disappear!

With apologies to Bachman-Turner Overdrive for trashing their song.

I was surfing out on the intertubes
When a site I've never seen
Popped up from all the redirection
With yet another get rich scheme.

And I saw that I'd been hijacked
And the pop-up screens -- you know -- the pop up screens were the key
And they said, "Boy, I'm gonna make you rich
If you just gimme your money please."
They said, "Gimme your money please."

Wasn't that strange
Wasn't that strange indeed
Wasn't that strange
Wasn't that strange indeed
They said, "Gimme your money please."
They said, "Gimme your money please."

So I may resort to using CAPTCHA to thwart the evil spambots.

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