Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Yahoo Messenger Scam, Spam Or Viru

I received some messages on diet supplements on my Yahoo Messenger this morning from a couple of friends. Should just ignore these messages.

Seems funny, cause my friends whom I received these messages are Chinese educated and their English is not so good (sorry no disrespect to them). I tried to reply to my friends, but they were offline.

The messages...
"I have been taking Acai Berry now for over a month and already lost 36 pounds, it is the same stuff that was on the Oprah show, Mikey and Karine lost so much weight too with no diets or excersise. Get it now, its only five bucks a bottle, we are living proof that it works like magic. Get it over at"

"Hey, how are you. Just wanted to let you know about these new supplements I tried. I lost 12 pounds in just a week and a half. Best thing, it only cost me $5. Check it out here:"

"FInally after all this time I found the only way to lose a lot of weight in just a few weeks and not have to diet or excercise. I seen it on Oprah and the news, ordered it and lost 36 pounds in just a few weeks and still losing, they have it now for only five dollars order it at"

"Quick question, did you see that Oprah episode on losing weight? I found the same goodies for 5 dollars and I lost 9 pounds allready. See for yourself"

1 comment:

Sara said...

I get these like 4 times a day, I know they're hijacks - the most annoying thing is that they come from real ppl on my friends list....