Why Viagra spam floods your mailbox
With an average revenue intake of between $3,000 and $10,000 per day, spammers are eager to put Viagra into the mailboxes of as many people as possible.
Many overseas pharmacies are selling sildenafil citrate, the active component of Viagra. The product they receive doesn't come from Pfizer, the makers of Viagra. Moreover, according to a recent study published in Britain, nearly half the "Viagra" sold on the Internet does not contain sildenafil. The entire profit is split between the online pharmacy and the spammer; therefore making it one of the most profitable business opportunities for these so-called affiliates. "When all our relays are working, I make up to $15,000 in one day, " said one spammer. Spam Daily News | Why Viagra spam floods your mailbox
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