The Spam Report: Day #12: “Waiting for your response”

Let them wait
The Spam Report: Day #12: “Waiting for your response”

So, I like people who are polite. It’s something I’ve tried to teach my children as well. It’s amazing how much nicer the world is when you say, “Please” and “Thank You.”

That said, when it comes to someone I’ve never met trying to get something from me, politeness only goes so far. As quaint as the idea of a European barrister trying to do business with me might be, the lack of personalization, the email address that sent the note is different from the one they’re requesting I respond to, it just doesn’t smell right.

I have no idea what the end game is of this email, meaning I don’t know if they want person information they can sell or if they’re literally trying to get me to give them money, I don’t really care.

Further, the gentleman sending me this note has three last names (Martinez Santiago Fernandez) for a first, middle and last name. That jumped out at me and I don’t know why.

With those caveats, please don’t fall for this.


—–Original Message—–
From: Martinez Santiago Fernández []
Sent: Monday, October 14, 2013 11:25 AM
Subject: Waiting for your response.


My names are Barrister Martinez Santiago Fernández, I work with Canales & Asociados, an international financial consultant/attorney. I live in España-Europe, please I will like you to acknowledge the receipt of this letter through any of the E-mail below.

Firm Email:
Private Email:

I sent you a business proposal some time ago, but as I write you today you have not respond to me, I would appreciate if you could confirm to me if you received the letter and your interest in the transaction.

When I have your concert, I will immediately give you the full details on how to proceed further. If this letter does offend your moral values, please pardon me otherwise reply via my private email address as stated above.

Please fill free to contact me on my private telephone number +34 602 602
625 for further clarification.

Waiting to hear from you as soonest.

Yours sincerely,

Barr: Martinez Santiago Fernández. (Esq).