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My name is [stupidio], and I'm in charge of getting links for my website. I have visited your site and I think a link exchange could benefit us both because they have a related subject. [The only relation I've seen is that both have a .net in the URL.]
I'm offering you the following: If you place a link on the homepage of your site [tuna-widgets.net], I'll place a link to your website in my site.
And these are the websites where I would place a link to your site:
As you can see, this site have a decent PR [lie] and have a related subject [another lie], so if you are interested, reply to this mail.
Waiting for Google to index it indeed!
Do you guys respond if the email isn't a lie, if it's a genuine decent link to trade for?
At the risk of seeming less than politically correct, is it only me that gets all this crap from people with Indian names using gmail and hotmail accounts? It makes me wonder if the entire sub-continent is involved in an email spam cottage industry.
The email address was not collected by a robot. Someone took the time and effort to find it manually.
Why did they send this email?