Spam email of the week

Subject: Requesting for a Sponsor Post

This seems real.

From: peetar parkar [burjadvertising@gmail.com]

Peetar Parkar: the Spiderman of spam

Hi!

Hi, Peetar!

Hope you’re keeping well!

I am! I cannot even BEGIN to tell you how well I am keeping. In fact, here is a list of things I am keeping right now:

  • well
  • it real
  • on keeping on
  • safe
  • my distance
  • pepper spray on me just in case we ever cross paths

But mostly I am keeping well.

I’m Peetar, an avid reader and Media blogger, a passion which I think we share.


Peetar, if you're like me - Klaark Kennt, which is totes my name - the passion you have for reading and media blogging will never be satisfied. I literally cannot see a media blog without blogging about it on my media blog. Have you read my media blog?

Your blog "http://www.glendalestar.com/" is by far the most interesting I have come across in the recent past, hands down!

I have several things to say about this:

  • That is not my media blog; it is the website of the company I work for. You see, blogs and websites are differen- ... OK fine it is my blog.
  • THANK YOU! I will tell my publisher that our media blogsite is really connecting among the fake superhero demographic.
  • Your passion for community media blogs is palpable and radiating through my computer screen. So I have to ask: What has interested you the most regarding my (company's) media blogsite? Was it this or this? I guess it depends on what gets you more aroused - fair housing or Manufacturer's Month. Did I say aroused? Ha ha ... I meant sexually aroused.

The writer in me is yearning

OK you are definitely sexually aroused. That is good.

to write a piece for your blog, maybe around 600-1500 words, or whatever you are okay with.

I am okay with zero words.

For your part in this arrangement, I would look to pay you for this benefit.


You certainly have a firm grasp on how the writing process works. Please have zero words on my desk by Tuesday morning on the differences between a blog and a website, and then pay me $5,000 to run it on our media blogsite.

Awaiting your reply.

Btw I am not going to run it. It is terrible.

Regards,
Peetar Parkar

Keep well, Peetar Parkar. You are by far the most interesting non-person I have come across in the recent past, hands down.

Comments

troy said…
I am really confused right now. Do you think Peetar Parkar doesn't know the word 'advertising'?
mkenny59 said…
The writer in him is yearning. To discover the right word for what, exactly, he's trying to accomplish here.
Sanet said…
I received the same for my website http://www.Fun-Stuff-To-Do.com from this person. The first thing I always do is look at their profiles online because there are legit writers out there looking for work - not this one.

This link did it for me, YouTube actually suspended his account for severe spam complaints. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqp5nf63iIHDy2AtHw_qFlg/videos

Thanks for your post it's great to raise awareness!
troy said…
By the way: We also would have accepted "Peetar Parkar: the Spiderman of Siam." I'm not saying it would have been right. Only that it would have been so, so wrong.
:):) pepper spray lol you man are funny

I came across your blog because this person 'Peetar Park ' have sent almost the exact same email to me today saying this:

Hi!

Hope you’re keeping well! I’m Peetar, an avid reader and Media blogger, a passion which I think we share. Your website www.tom-and-jerry-games.com is by far the most interesting ... bla bla bla

and of course "The writer in me is yearning..." omg! yearning
..........

Now that I have read your blog I am a bit sad as it turns out that Peter had lied to me... my site is not that special as he said.

The guy is obviously after gaming sites. Hopefully I won't get a phone call from Batman any time soon.

Bad Peter.
Anonymous said…
I see Peetar gets around...


Hi!

Hope you’re keeping well! I’m Peetar, an avid reader and Media blogger, a passion which I think we share. Your website "http://yourbingohall.com/" is by far the most interesting I have come across in the recent past, hands down!

The writer in me is yearning to write a piece for your website, maybe around 600-1500 words, or whatever you are okay with. For your part in this arrangement, I would look to pay you for this benefit.

Awaiting your reply.
Regards,
Peetar Parkar


Thanks for posting!!!
Anonymous said…
Got the same thing. After searching his name I found this site - great article btw - and two of those awesome media blogs with advertising articles about those online casinos. One in English and one in German.

So, maybe there is a real person behind this sh... mails. I really would accept that offer, but I can't agree on a cooperation based on the lie that every blog is the most interesting... bla bla. xD
Hi, i also recieve it and whats not good to put one article ant to take a good mobey for that, people looking for this, those man make good offer, why not ti accept?
Hi, i also recieve it and whats not good to put one article ant to take a good mobey for that, people looking for this, those man make good offer, why not ti accept?
i am also receives the same email from this burjadvertising@gmail.com so called Peetar Parker Bloody Cheater and Scammer
He making Good offer and after work that Bloody Scammer not Paying, Even not Replying also.
and Because of this kind of Scammer the other Genuine person face the problem

Dont work with his Peetar Parker burjadvertising@gmail.com
Dave T said…
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Dave T said…
I have just noticed that Peetar is also a Philanthropist, as he offered to pay me to place his article on our website.........Maybe I misjudged him, and should reply post haste with my bank details, so that he lodge the obvious large fee he's going to pay me to publish his article £££££££££££ 😎

Yours in excited anticipation

Dave T