Spam reaps on world financial crisis

While experts predict potential losses of $2.8 trillion as a result of the world financial crisis, the spamming industry could end October on profitThe worldwide financial crisis sparked an increase in spam production following the collapse of some big names in global banking, say BitDefender researchers. As the world’s stock markets crashed, spammers deployed a number of scams promoting services that claimed to eliminate or leverage debts, mortgages, and other fiscal or loan obligations.

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