Supposed friends have been sending me lots of electronic greeting cards lately — a dozen in the past few days. Of course, the person mentioned in the cards is a stranger. The From address has been email@example.com
The subjects have been:
Your friend sent you an e-card.
New e-card for you.
An E-card from your friend.
You have received an e-card.
Your loved one sent you an e-card.
The text has been variations on the following:
Sheila firstname.lastname@example.org has just sent you an ecard from 123Greetings.com
You can view it by clicking here:
Thanks to our new tracking feature, you can now view all the ecards received by you in the last 14 days.
Click on the link below or copy & paste the link into your browser’s address bar.
If you choose you can go to http://www.123greetings.com/ and type your ecard number (2789074877) in the “Search Box” at the top right of the page.
Your ecard is going to be with us for the next 30 days.
Based on user feedback, 123Greetings.com has started 6 new pages with the best ecards in the Most Popular/ Most Viewed/ Highest Rated/ Latest Additions/ Popular Now and Always There Sections listed on the homepage.
If you need any help in viewing your ecard or any other assistance,
please visit our Help/ FAQ section at: http://help.123greetings.com/
We hope you enjoy your ecard,
Your friends at 123Greetings.com
We respect your privacy. You will not be receiving any promotional emails from us
Note: This is an auto generated mail. Please do not reply.
If you have any other problem please contact us by clicking on the following link:
This email was sent by 123Greetings.com, Inc., 1674 Broadway, New York, NY 10019.
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