I just recieved the below email off somebody obviously from this site:
Date: Tue, 23 Jan 2007 15:14:15 +0200
From: "yeoman yeoman" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Add to Address BookAdd to Address Book Add Mobile Alert
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Subject: Rabbit Ratio Proof & Acc. Details
this is my Rabbit details. and i sent u my F*N Acc. Details
please send me the invite as soon as possiable.
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Rabbit_Ratio_Proof.rar Rabbit_Ratio_Proof.rar (392k)
The thing is, the proof of ratio is in a .rar file and the filename of the supposed screen shot is Rabbit_Ratio_Proof.exe
Has anybody else experienced anything like this. I've certaiunly never sent a screenshot or any kind of Image as a .exe as we all know that is the format most viruses arrive in. Just be warned and if anybody else has had something similar or anybody recognises the sender as a member off here, let me know.
Another weird thing is that the email address it was sent to (****@gmail.com) isn't mine.