Stupidest Spam of the Week Chinese Christmas

There is a Chinese company named Shelark and they sell lots of household products including Christmas trees and decorations etc.

The email received from Liana of Shelark looks very much like a scam message and although that’s unlikely to be true, it is however a very stupid piece of spam.

The message starts with “Glad to learned from Social e-commerce that you are doing the Fashion Accessories Business”.

Not true so that marks the message as spam.

The message continues “We supply  Fashion Accessoreis  to Various countries market for several years. All our products are manufactured strictly and provided to over 30 countries already”.

For just one sentence, it manages to include several examples of poor English grammar and a misspelling.

The poor grammar would be understandable if the message had been translated by a computer – but the misspelling rules that out. It must have been mistranslated by a person with no access to a dictionary.

It’s a stupid and pointless message – no-one wants to buy from a company that sends out badly written spam messages.

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