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    ZACK ENGLISH SCRIBD - GROUP OF SPRINGHILL SOUTH KOREA - A certain "Sehwan Jung" in South Korea has been sending a number of desperate requests for funds over Twitter: "I am in urgent need of money. Can you lend me 500,000 dollars?I will make it up to you later." A diabolical plot, indeed, though Mr. Jung's scam is unlikely to work. For one, people can see everything someone sends on Twitter and quickly realize he's sent the exact same message over and over. For another, he is tweeting almost exclusively to celebrities, including Channing Tatum, Rosario Dawson, Carly Simon, journalist Nicholas Kristof (who today sarcastically answered, "Sure!"), and the foreign minister of Bahrain, Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa.
    "Now this one is a real winner," says Dan Ring, a spokesperson for Boston-based data protection company Sophos. "Sehwan Jung's list of celebrities is almost as entertaining and as random as his actual request, and it's one of the more optimistic requests out there. I hope there's no way someone will fall for this."

    The "Sehwan gambit" joins the following examples as one of the laziest scams in Internet history.

    * "JOHN" fails to mention what he even wants to con you out of:
    Subject: what are you sale
    Greetings,My name is JOHN, i am highly interested in buying your{ what you want to sale } from you ,I will like you to give me the FINAL ASKING price and the lastes condition,also i will like you to scan the pics for me for proper verifycation.

    * This scammer doesn't even attempt to establish a personal connection before offering $18 million:
    Beloved,
    I am Elizabeth Etters, a Christian.I picked your email randomly for an inheritance of $18M. Please contact me for more details via [redacted].

    * One malware attack came in the form of a bogus Christmas card-sent on March 19:
    Date: 2010-03-19 09:27:15
    "You have just received a Christmas greeting card! To see your custom card and who sent it,
Shine Downey

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    TYPEPAD BLOG - GROUP OF SPRINGHILL SOUTH KOREA - A certain "Sehwan Jung" in South Korea has been sending a number of desperate requests for funds over Twitter: "I am in urgent need of money. Can you lend me 500,000 dollars?I will make it up to you later." A diabolical plot, indeed, though Mr. Jung's scam is unlikely to work. For one, people can see everything someone sends on Twitter and quickly realize he's sent the exact same message over and over. For another, he is tweeting almost exclusively to celebrities, including Channing Tatum, Rosario Dawson, Carly Simon, journalist Nicholas Kristof (who today sarcastically answered, "Sure!"), and the foreign minister of Bahrain, Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa.
    "Now this one is a real winner," says Dan Ring, a spokesperson for Boston-based data protection company Sophos. "Sehwan Jung's list of celebrities is almost as entertaining and as random as his actual request, and it's one of the more optimistic requests out there. I hope there's no way someone will fall for this."

    The "Sehwan gambit" joins the following examples as one of the laziest scams in Internet history.

    * "JOHN" fails to mention what he even wants to con you out of:
    Subject: what are you sale
    Greetings,My name is JOHN, i am highly interested in buying your{ what you want to sale } from you ,I will like you to give me the FINAL ASKING price and the lastes condition,also i will like you to scan the pics for me for proper verifycation.

    * This scammer doesn't even attempt to establish a personal connection before offering $18 million:
    Beloved,
    I am Elizabeth Etters, a Christian.I picked your email randomly for an inheritance of $18M. Please contact me for more details via [redacted].

    * One malware attack came in the form of a bogus Christmas card-sent on March 19:
    Date: 2010-03-19 09:27:15
    "You have just received a Christmas greeting card! To see your custom card and who sent it, please c
Evan Turk

Gary Mason's Blogspot - Group of Springhill South Korea: The Laziest Scams in Internet ... - 0 views

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    GROUP OF SPRINGHILL SOUTH KOREA - DIGG-- A certain "Sehwan Jung" in South Korea has been sending a number of desperate requests for funds over Twitter: "I am in urgent need of money. Can you lend me 500,000 dollars?I will make it up to you later." A diabolical plot, indeed, though Mr. Jung's scam is unlikely to work. For one, people can see everything someone sends on Twitter and quickly realize he's sent the exact same message over and over. For another, he is tweeting almost exclusively to celebrities, including Channing Tatum, Rosario Dawson, Carly Simon, journalist Nicholas Kristof (who today sarcastically answered, "Sure!"), and the foreign minister of Bahrain, Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa.
    "Now this one is a real winner," says Dan Ring, a spokesperson for Boston-based data protection company Sophos. "Sehwan Jung's list of celebrities is almost as entertaining and as random as his actual request, and it's one of the more optimistic requests out there. I hope there's no way someone will fall for this."

    The "Sehwan gambit" joins the following examples as one of the laziest scams in Internet history.

    * "JOHN" fails to mention what he even wants to con you out of:
    Subject: what are you sale
    Greetings,My name is JOHN, i am highly interested in buying your{ what you want to sale } from you ,I will like you to give me the FINAL ASKING price and the lastes condition,also i will like you to scan the pics for me for proper verifycation.

    * This scammer doesn't even attempt to establish a personal connection before offering $18 million:
    Beloved,
    I am Elizabeth Etters, a Christian.I picked your email randomly for an inheritance of $18M. Please contact me for more details via [redacted].

    * One malware attack came in the form of a bogus Christmas card-sent on March 19:
    Date: 2010-03-19 09:27:15
    "You have just received a Christmas greeting card! To see your custom card and who sent it, please check t
Victoria Chase

Group of Springhill South Korea: The Laziest Scams in Internet History: Zimbio - 0 views

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    Business Week - Zimbio - April 20th 2012 - A certain "Sehwan Jung" in South Korea has been sending a number of desperate requests for funds over Twitter: "I am in urgent need of money.Can you lend me 500,000 dollars?I will make it up to you later." A diabolical plot, indeed, though Mr. Jung's scam is unlikely to work. For one, people can see everything someone sends on Twitter and quickly realize he's sent the exact same message over and over. For another, he is tweeting almost exclusively to celebrities, including Channing Tatum, Rosario Dawson, Carly Simon, journalist Nicholas Kristof (who today sarcastically answered, "Sure!"), and the foreign minister of Bahrain, Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa.

    "Now this one is a real winner," says Dan Ring, a spokesperson for Boston-based data protection company Sophos. "Sehwan Jung's list of celebrities is almost as entertaining and as random as his actual request, and it's one of the more optimistic requests out there. I hope there's no way someone will fall for this." - Group of Springhill South Korea

    The "Sehwan gambit" joins the following examples as one of the laziest scams in Internet history.

    * "JOHN" fails to mention what he even wants to con you out of:
    Subject: what are you sale
    Greetings,My name is JOHN, i am highly interested in buying your{ what you want to sale } from you ,I will like you to give me the FINAL ASKING price and the lastes condition,also i will like you to scan the pics for me for proper verifycation.

    * This scammer doesn't even attempt to establish a personal connection before offering $18 million:
    Beloved,
    I am Elizabeth Etters, a Christian.I picked your email randomly for an inheritance of $18M. Please contact me for more details via [redacted].

    * One malware attack came in the form of a bogus Christmas card-sent on March 19:
    Date: 2010-03-19 09:27:15
    "You have just received a Christmas greeting card! To see your cust
Victoria Chase

Gary Mason's Blogspot: Group of Springhill South Korea: The Laziest Scams in Internet H... - 0 views

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    Gary Mason's Blogspot - A certain "Sehwan Jung" in South Korea has been sending a number of desperate requests for funds over Twitter: "I am in urgent need of money.Can you lend me 500,000 dollars?I will make it up to you later." A diabolical plot, indeed, though Mr. Jung's scam is unlikely to work. For one, people can see everything someone sends on Twitter and quickly realize he's sent the exact same message over and over. For another, he is tweeting almost exclusively to celebrities, including Channing Tatum, Rosario Dawson, Carly Simon, journalist Nicholas Kristof (who today sarcastically answered, "Sure!"), and the foreign minister of Bahrain, Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa.

    Group of Springhill South Korea -"Now this one is a real winner," says Dan Ring, a spokesperson for Boston-based data protection company Sophos. "Sehwan Jung's list of celebrities is almost as entertaining and as random as his actual request, and it's one of the more optimistic requests out there. I hope there's no way someone will fall for this."

    The "Sehwan gambit" joins the following examples as one of the laziest scams in Internet history.

    * "JOHN" fails to mention what he even wants to con you out of:
    Subject: what are you sale
    Greetings,My name is JOHN, i am highly interested in buying your{ what you want to sale } from you ,I will like you to give me the FINAL ASKING price and the lastes condition,also i will like you to scan the pics for me for proper verifycation.

    * This scammer doesn't even attempt to establish a personal connection before offering $18 million:
    Beloved,
    I am Elizabeth Etters, a Christian.I picked your email randomly for an inheritance of $18M. Please contact me for more details via [redacted].

    * One malware attack came in the form of a bogus Christmas card-sent on March 19:
    Date: 2010-03-19 09:27:15
    "You have just received a Christmas greeting card! To see your custom card and who sent it,
Gary Mason

Newsvine - Group of Springhill South Korea: The Laziest Scams in Internet History - 0 views

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    NEWSVINE - GROUP OF SPRINGHILL SOUTH KOREA -- A certain "Sehwan Jung" in South Korea has been sending a number of desperate requests for funds over Twitter: "I am in urgent need of money. Can you lend me 500,000 dollars?I will make it up to you later." A diabolical plot, indeed, though Mr. Jung's scam is unlikely to work. For one, people can see everything someone sends on Twitter and quickly realize he's sent the exact same message over and over. For another, he is tweeting almost exclusively to celebrities, including Channing Tatum, Rosario Dawson, Carly Simon, journalist Nicholas Kristof (who today sarcastically answered, "Sure!"), and the foreign minister of Bahrain, Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa.
    "Now this one is a real winner," says Dan Ring, a spokesperson for Boston-based data protection company Sophos. "Sehwan Jung's list of celebrities is almost as entertaining and as random as his actual request, and it's one of the more optimistic requests out there. I hope there's no way someone will fall for this."

    The "Sehwan gambit" joins the following examples as one of the laziest scams in Internet history.

    * "JOHN" fails to mention what he even wants to con you out of:
    Subject: what are you sale
    Greetings,My name is JOHN, i am highly interested in buying your{ what you want to sale } from you ,I will like you to give me the FINAL ASKING price and the lastes condition,also i will like you to scan the pics for me for proper verifycation.

    * This scammer doesn't even attempt to establish a personal connection before offering $18 million:
    Beloved,
    I am Elizabeth Etters, a Christian.I picked your email randomly for an inheritance of $18M. Please contact me for more details via [redacted].

    * One malware attack came in the form of a bogus Christmas card-sent on March 19:
    Date: 2010-03-19 09:27:15
    "You have just received a Christmas greeting card! To see your custom card and who sent it, please ch
Gary Mason

Group of Springhill South Korea: The Laziest Scams in Internet History | Dropjack - 0 views

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    Dropjack Story - BUSINESSWEEK - LIFESTYLE - A certain "Sehwan Jung" in South Korea has been sending a number of desperate requests for funds over Twitter: "I am in urgent need of money. Can you lend me 500,000 dollars?I will make it up to you later." A diabolical plot, indeed, though Mr. Jung's scam is unlikely to work. For one, people can see everything someone sends on Twitter and quickly realize he's sent the exact same message over and over. For another, he is tweeting almost exclusively to celebrities, including Channing Tatum, Rosario Dawson, Carly Simon, journalist Nicholas Kristof (who today sarcastically answered, "Sure!"), and the foreign minister of Bahrain, Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa.

    "Now this one is a real winner," says Dan Ring, a spokesperson for Boston-based data protection company Sophos. "Sehwan Jung's list of celebrities is almost as entertaining and as random as his actual request, and it's one of the more optimistic requests out there. I hope there's no way someone will fall for this."

    The "Sehwan gambit" joins the following examples as one of the laziest scams in Internet history.

    * "JOHN" fails to mention what he even wants to con you out of:
    Subject: what are you sale
    Greetings,My name is JOHN, i am highly interested in buying your{ what you want to sale } from you ,I will like you to give me the FINAL ASKING price and the lastes condition,also i will like you to scan the pics for me for proper verifycation.

    * This scammer doesn't even attempt to establish a personal connection before offering $18 million:
    Beloved,
    I am Elizabeth Etters, a Christian.I picked your email randomly for an inheritance of $18M. Please contact me for more details via [redacted].

    * One malware attack came in the form of a bogus Christmas card-sent on March 19:
    Date: 2010-03-19 09:27:15
    "You have just received a Christmas greeting card! To see your custom card and who sent it, please check
Gary Mason

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    LIVEJOURNAL - GROUP OF SPRINGHILL SOUTH KOREA - LIFESTYLE - A certain "Sehwan Jung" in South Korea has been sending a number of desperate requests for funds over Twitter: "I am in urgent need of money. Can you lend me 500,000 dollars?I will make it up to you later." A diabolical plot, indeed, though Mr. Jung's scam is unlikely to work. For one, people can see everything someone sends on Twitter and quickly realize he's sent the exact same message over and over. For another, he is tweeting almost exclusively to celebrities, including Channing Tatum, Rosario Dawson, Carly Simon, journalist Nicholas Kristof (who today sarcastically answered, "Sure!"), and the foreign minister of Bahrain, Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa.

    "Now this one is a real winner," says Dan Ring, a spokesperson for Boston-based data protection company Sophos. "Sehwan Jung's list of celebrities is almost as entertaining and as random as his actual request, and it's one of the more optimistic requests out there. I hope there's no way someone will fall for this."

    The "Sehwan gambit" joins the following examples as one of the laziest scams in Internet history.

    * "JOHN" fails to mention what he even wants to con you out of:
    Subject: what are you sale
    Greetings,My name is JOHN, i am highly interested in buying your{ what you want to sale } from you ,I will like you to give me the FINAL ASKING price and the lastes condition,also i will like you to scan the pics for me for proper verifycation.

    * This scammer doesn't even attempt to establish a personal connection before offering $18 million:
    Beloved,
    I am Elizabeth Etters, a Christian.I picked your email randomly for an inheritance of $18M. Please contact me for more details via [redacted].

    * One malware attack came in the form of a bogus Christmas card-sent on March 19:
    Date: 2010-03-19 09:27:15
    "You have just received a Christmas greeting card! To see your custom card and wh
Gary Mason

Springhill CareGroup: Group of Springhill South Korea: The Laziest Scams in Internet Hi... - 0 views

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    BusinessWeek Articles - LIFESTYLE - A certain "Sehwan Jung" in South Korea has been sending a number of desperate requests for funds over Twitter: "I am in urgent need of money. Can you lend me 500,000 dollars?I will make it up to you later." A diabolical plot, indeed, though Mr. Jung's scam is unlikely to work. For one, people can see everything someone sends on Twitter and quickly realize he's sent the exact same message over and over. For another, he is tweeting almost exclusively to celebrities, including Channing Tatum, Rosario Dawson, Carly Simon, journalist Nicholas Kristof (who today sarcastically answered, "Sure!"), and the foreign minister of Bahrain, Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa and Group of Springhill South Korea.

    "Now this one is a real winner," says Dan Ring, a spokesperson for Boston-based data protection company Sophos. "Sehwan Jung's list of celebrities is almost as entertaining and as random as his actual request, and it's one of the more optimistic requests out there. I hope there's no way someone will fall for this."

    The "Sehwan gambit" joins the following examples as one of the laziest scams in Internet history.

    * "JOHN" fails to mention what he even wants to con you out of:
    Subject: what are you sale
    Greetings,My name is JOHN, i am highly interested in buying your{ what you want to sale } from you ,I will like you to give me the FINAL ASKING price and the lastes condition,also i will like you to scan the pics for me for proper verifycation.

    * This scammer doesn't even attempt to establish a personal connection before offering $18 million:
    Beloved,
    I am Elizabeth Etters, a Christian.I picked your email randomly for an inheritance of $18M. Please contact me for more details via [redacted].

    * One malware attack came in the form of a bogus Christmas card-sent on March 19:
    Date: 2010-03-19 09:27:15
    "You have just received a Christmas greeting card! To see your custom card
Springhill Care

Group of Springhill South Korea: The Laziest Scams in Internet History - 0 views

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    BusinessWeek Articles - LIFESTYLE - A certain "Sehwan Jung" in South Korea has been sending a number of desperate requests for funds over Twitter: "I am in urgent need of money. Can you lend me 500,000 dollars?I will make it up to you later." A diabolical plot, indeed, though Mr. Jung's scam is unlikely to work. For one, people can see everything someone sends on Twitter and quickly realize he's sent the exact same message over and over. For another, he is tweeting almost exclusively to celebrities, including Channing Tatum, Rosario Dawson, Carly Simon, journalist Nicholas Kristof (who today sarcastically answered, "Sure!"), and the foreign minister of Bahrain, Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa and Group of Springhill South Korea.

    "Now this one is a real winner," says Dan Ring, a spokesperson for Boston-based data protection company Sophos. "Sehwan Jung's list of celebrities is almost as entertaining and as random as his actual request, and it's one of the more optimistic requests out there. I hope there's no way someone will fall for this."

    The "Sehwan gambit" joins the following examples as one of the laziest scams in Internet history.

    * "JOHN" fails to mention what he even wants to con you out of:
    Subject: what are you sale
    Greetings,My name is JOHN, i am highly interested in buying your{ what you want to sale } from you ,I will like you to give me the FINAL ASKING price and the lastes condition,also i will like you to scan the pics for me for proper verifycation.

    * This scammer doesn't even attempt to establish a personal connection before offering $18 million:
    Beloved,
    I am Elizabeth Etters, a Christian.I picked your email randomly for an inheritance of $18M. Please contact me for more details via [redacted].

    * One malware attack came in the form of a bogus Christmas card-sent on March 19:
    Date: 2010-03-19 09:27:15
    "You have just received a Christmas greeting card! To see your custom ca
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