"Invoice" hence shall mean the invoice—Me talking like attorney, now...

This is what we could call evolution. The people sending scam and spam are changing their ways all the time. First badly formed text emails. Then properly written text emails. Then HTML emails. Images so text based anti-spam cannot stop them. And not .doc documents attached to your email. Since a lot of people will not receive those (i.e. their email server will refuse external .doc and many other documents especially if it comes from an unknown source), it probably won't affect too many people. Still, it is interesting to see the evolution.

So... what invoice are they talking about, hey?!

First the e-mail

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From:			"Enrichetta Palmer" <holoptic@northloophouse.com>
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Subject:		Response needed regarding Claim #80304
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"Invoice" hence shall mean the invoice attached to this Agreement.

Your signature on attached form confirms our receipt of payment. 

Now the attachement (Invoice?)

Hot Summer Specials!

Viagra = $3 per pill (100mg)

Viagra Soft = $3.66 per pill (100mg)

Cialis = $3.75 per pill (20mg)

Levitra = $4.90 per pill (20mg)

Click Here for more info!


The link in the Click Here is to "TorontoPharmacy". Yeah! right... (DANGER ** http://medvedrx.com/ ** DANGER total scam, these people have a totally fake website!!! The BBB link, for instance points to the site itself and displays a totally fake "license".) Do not buy from them, you may see some pharmacy coming, but I'd be surprised. And you will not be able to get your money back unless you call your credit card company. Make sure you do it within about 30 days (the limit is supposed to be 60 days, but don't believe it!)