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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 29, 2008

    Gut Busting!!

    Delete This At Your Peril: One Man's Fearless Exchanges with the Internet Spammers by Bob Servant I swear on everything funny that this book is hysterical! I honestly laughed out loud numerous times while reading the email exchanges between Bob and the Spammers. I couldn¿t help but wonder if the gypsies really did steal Bob¿s ladders and if he ever found his talking lions. You must read the book to understand. Bob Servant converses with those annoying spammers that tell you that you can have a percentage of their profits if you send them some money by western union and all of your banking details. He also talks with a Russian female that is quite attractive, leading her to believe he is a 62 year old man and she is saying she would love to come to Scotland to be with him. He sends them pics of other people and then tells them unfathomable tales about why he can¿t send the money after he has built a friendship of sorts. Bob Servant truly is a one of a kind, he really does make you laugh and teaches these spammers a lesson. Being from Scotland, it seems everyone wanted to give him some money but they needed a grand or two from him to get started. This was an incredibly funny book, I would love to see more of these messages in a book two. It was a simply written book, just messages back and forth but I have to say it was a gut busting kind of read!! 5 Hearts

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