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Boston Real Estate Blog Emails

Today, I checked my spam filers sometimes I get Boston Beacon Hill apartment leads or Boston condo for sale leads that end up in my spam folder. But mostly there useless emails.

Now this guy (video below) knows how to deal with spam in a funny way.

Boston Real Estate Blog Spam Folder.

There are also numerous emails about inheritances that are mine or from people who have inheritances that they need to spend right now on real estate.

Once every couple of months I get ransom notes with threats in them asking me to pay up in bitcoin of course and then they will go away. Sure they will.

Emails with invoices that I supposedly already paid arrive with links I can click on if I want to dispute the charges.

A few fake Amazon emails arrive each month. Sometimes they look so real that I check my account to make sure all is well but I never, ever, ever click on anything in these emails more do I respond to them.

There are also regular advertising emails announcing conferences, classes, and Realtor open houses. Companies that make signs and sell business cards and greeting cards send reminders of about sales or messages letting me know now is a good time to order.

I managed to get off the mailing lists of the many politicians letting me know they need money now and have deadlines. Most of them make more money than I do and when they are elected we pay for everything including their salaries. If it is up to me to donate money to save a political party that party is doomed to fail.

There are some emails that I actually want and a few that are helpful but I sure have to sift through a lot of crap to get to them.

As a rule, I won’t ever click on a link in an email. It doesn’t matter how well I know the sender and you shouldn’t either, not even for fun.

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One of our Boston Real Estate Blog readers sent me this email:

The 10 Major Causes for the Fall of the Roman Empire

Antagonism between the Senate and the Emperor

Political Corruption and the Praetorian Guard

Fast expansion of the Empire

Constant Wars and Heavy Military Spending

Failing Economy

High unemployment of the Working Classes (The Plebs)

The ‘Mob’ and the cost of the ‘Games’

Decline in Ethics and Values

Slave Labor

Natural Disasters

Filed Under: Obviously, no similarities.

I promise my next blog post will be about Boston real estate.