One of the downsides of running a public web site is the junk mail you get. It has long been standard practice to have a feedback form for users to contact you. This was not a problem in the beginning, but it wasn’t long before the lowlife on the net started to abuse the facility to send spam.
One such example was this message I received today:
So do people speaking Arabic get 17, while those speaking English only get 16?
So it was Easter again, which means chocolates. Heaven only knows why.
Now we need truth in packaging.
So…. bad programmer or bad programming language?
To say nothing of production line quality control ….
Bad date …
Russia Today is a Russian-government aligned/supported news web site. They don’t feature a LOT of stories, but instead focus on major issues (and some sports, particularly wrestling and ice-skating, which seem popular with their readers).
The site is becoming popular as a source of “alt” news, given the high levels of propaganda and fake news emanating out of the Western main-stream media. Being a Russian-government aligned site, they do push the Russian government’s point of view, meaning some people in the west don’t trust them.
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I started paying attention to some of the ads the net throws at me… and detected some strangeness. So I took a deeper look… I’ll let the pictures do the rest of the talking.
So I paid someone on-line … and elected to let the bank send them a confirmation email (just to speed up the order process).
That worked ok. Then I checked my statement …
FEE: PAYMENT CONFIRM – EMAIL CH…..N F……..E ## R 1.05-
R1.05 to send an email? Seriously?
It’s == it is
Don’t they have proof readers?