Mondopay spam

So i get about 3-4 SPAM e-mails (on different e-mail accounts i own) from a romanian company named MondoPay, presumeably the FIRST Internet pay system in Romania(that’s what they say). How lame can that be ?

A little copy of the e-mail headers, and the e-mail itself, can be found below :

Envelope-to: X @,
Y @,
Z @,
D @,
E @
Delivery-date: Wed, 10 May 2006 13:59:39 +0300
Received: from [] (helo=computer)
by with smtp (Exim 4.52)
id 1FdmPq-0001P8-H1; Wed, 10 May 2006 13:59:38 +0300
From: “MondoPay”
Subject: *PUBLICITATE* Transfer de bani via email
Date: Wed, 10 May 2006 13:59:28 -0700
MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: text/html;
Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
X-Priority: 3
X-MSMail-Priority: Normal
X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2600.0000
X-MimeOLE: Produced By Microsoft MimeOLE V6.00.2600.0000

Mondopay SPAM message

I mean how the hell can people trust this so called “international money transfer service” when they advertise their services using spam ?

My 2 cents.

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Cristian Mezei

I am myself.

11 thoughts on “Mondopay spam”

  1. Moneybookers used to advertise their “international money transfer service” via SPAM emails (among others) too. Now they are successful company with millions of clients and billions of euro in processed transactions. I had signed up to their service after one of the SPAM email letters. And I’m very happy with it. Because they are the only real alternative to Paypal, who doesn’t allow people from my country to use its service. iKobo is another example of success after spreading the word with SPAM. I use iKobo account and iKard from their very early days and they rock. I wish Mondopay to become another successful international money transfer service. I’ve signed with them just yesterday. And I found them thru Google Adsense ad.

  2. You’re saying you don’t mind their spam right ?

    You don’t mind that a “successful company with millions of clients and billions of euro in processed transactions” keeps on spamming their possible future clients ?

    That’s not healthy.

  3. I agree spamming is a disaster of nowadays, and I’ve got 1000+ messages in junk folder on Gmail filtered out in last 30 days. But I only thought to say, if a young company sends out unsolicited e-mails to potencial clients to advertise thier services at the very first days that does not mean the company is ‘so-called’ and people should not trust it. I just gave you some examples above how it can be on the other hand =)

  4. I will translate a little from the message at the bottom of your supposed spam email :)

    “This message is not SPAM!
    It contains the identification of the sender and unsubribe information.It was addressed to you because you are subscribed to our mailist or one of our partners” … blabla

    You should know that an email wich have a valid return address and opt-out are not considered spam in most states.
    How about you go and make a bit of research before you start throwing rocks ?

    What you said is pretty much like me saying you are stupid based only on the above.

  5. Would you be so kind in replying in a more reasonable way.
    If you know 5 people who received the above message doesnt help your point.

  6. cristinica…tu invata sa “speluiesti” corect limba engleza, dupa care ar trebui sa inveti sa o si scrii,iar dupa ce ai finalizat toate astea, ar trebui sa te gandesti mai mult decat o data inainte sa faci niste afirmatii bazate pe spusele unuia si altuia despre spam. Google ‘spam’, aflai definitia si mai stam de vorba. Te pup

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