Spam that made it through my filter (#R8)
Sven from yeah.net made it through my Thunderbird spam filter. Which is notable because all that 163.com crap (which hosts yeah.net as well) is basically dead to me because there is a 1-ε chance that it is spam.
Well, nice that this one came through. A jewel of advertising!
HooHa company is customize wire harness factory in China.
Factory : 17 years experience ,
Staff : 120 people ,
Engineer : 8 people ,
Certificates : IATF16949 , UL , ISO9001 ,
MOQ : 500 pcs ,
Delivery time : 3~4 weeks ,
Working customer : BYD , FIT , CalAmp , Blueview , etc.
If you have any project need customize wire harness, please feel free to let me know.
HOOHA COMPANY LIMITED
Add: 3rd Floor, Building D, No.38, Houhu Road, Humen Town, Dongguan City, Guangdong Province, China. 523923
Key Commercial Applications by wire harness and cable assemblies:
automotive , motorcycle , electronic meters , home appliance , audio equipment , led and lighting devices , automation , communications , power supplies , etc.
Did they look up “hoo-ha”?
Not interesting buying wire harnesses from a lady parts company located in Houhu road in humen town, sorry. Prove your qualifications. Assign proper mail addresses to your sales reps – yeah, 163, gmail and yahoo do not cut it. And most important – get a better name. Wan Hung Lo Corp. might still be available…
Things that didn’t make it through my filter (this time on WordPress, which I got a paid Jetpack upgrade for) include about 100 comments stating
Don’t wear seat belts lest you drown in you own urine?
Still not sure what to do with that information. I mean, it doesn’t work as a comment if you spam it without anything changing, even if it’s made up of valid words that aren’t that high up on junk word lists.
That aside, I just cleared 10k spam comments with only two very short ones being misidentified, probably because they state the same thing, were sent within one minute from the same IP and differ in one letter in both mail address and name. Well, yeah, I know that TB68 breaks things, even more than other versions that came before.