Quality Fake Rolex Now


I’m sure you must have have at least 35 to 40 fake Rolex watches, each, by now.  No?  I’m drowning in them.  I just match up each real-mail offer for a new credit card with each e-mail offer for a fake watch.  I’m planning to give them out as holiday gifts this year. 

I used to think TV shopping channels were silly.  Do people really sit in front of their television watching those channels waiting for them to show something they are interested in buying?  Of course, its probably not hard to figure out what is going to be sold.  Something with cubic zirconium that slices and dices at fifteen separate speeds.  And then there are the ‘discount’ PC sold for amazingly low price, but are actually models/configurations that even the discount superstores discontinued the year before, all for 30 easy payments of $49.

I wonder if the same television viewers now sit in front of their PC’s, waiting at the email ‘in’ hopper for news on really great deals, like Rolex watches. 

My guess is yes.

Matt

 

Comments (4)

  1. jaybaz [MS] says:

    I get a dozen or more Rolex spam mails every day, all to my work account. No idea why they just started, or why other people don’t seem to get them.

    They must know I don’t wear a watch.

  2. Matt,

    >> Do people really sit in front of there television watching those channels waiting for them to show something they are interesting in buying? Of course, its probably not hard to figure out what is going to be sold.

    nope. the sad truth is there are people out there that are actually buying stuff from these channels because when they buy they have _someone_ they can talk to for _some_ time.

    WM_GUESSMODE

    thomas woelfer

  3. Quite strange indeed, I also don’t wear a watch and get a lot of offers about buying Rolex watches too. And ‘they’ send me lots of very good offers(it seems like) of college/uni degrees, because I’m a student.

    Seems like they really know me well… maybe I should drop out of uni (0.5years away from a Master degree in computer science) and buy a nice degree + some Rolex watches instead 🙂

  4. William Luu says:

    Yes, i’ve actually managed to get more spam email about the fake rolex watches now than the viagra ones now (they all just go straight to the deleted items anyway).

    And over that same period of time since the rolex one started appearing in the email box, i’ve also gotten 4 citibank phishing ones. Each of the citibank ones are the exactly the same, contain one image but with a different "subject".