Why do they bother sometimes?

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53.30 points, 5 required;

  • 0.6 -- From: ends in numbers
  • 4.3 -- BODY: Claims compliance with spam regulations
  • 0.9 -- BODY: Message talks about earning money
  • 0.7 -- BODY: Multi Level Marketing mentioned
  • 2.9 -- BODY: Order a report from someone
  • 1.1 -- BODY: Claims compliance with spam regulations
  • 0.8 -- BODY: Risk free. Suuurreeee....
  • 0.2 -- BODY: Claims you can be removed from the list
  • 2.9 -- BODY: Invaluable marketing information
  • 1.8 -- BODY: Talks about bulk email
  • 1.7 -- BODY: Talks about money with an exclamation!
  • 3.0 -- BODY: As seen on national TV!
  • 2.9 -- BODY: Contains "My wife, Jody" testimonial
  • 4.3 -- BODY: Financial Freedom
  • 2.7 -- BODY: Requires Initial Investment
  • 2.9 -- BODY: Common pyramid scheme phrase (1)
  • 0.6 -- BODY: Message is 30% to 40% HTML
  • 0.1 -- BODY: HTML font color is red
  • 0.2 -- BODY: FONT Size +2 and up or 3 and up
  • 2.9 -- BODY: HTML has very strong "shouting" markup
  • 0.1 -- BODY: HTML font color is blue
  • 3.0 -- BODY: Bayesian classifier says spam probability is 99 to 100%

    [score: 0.9939]
  • 0.1 -- BODY: HTML mail with non-white background
  • 0.5 -- BODY: HTML table has thick border
  • 2.6 -- Listed in DCC, see http://rhyolite.com/anti-spam/dcc/
  • 1.4 -- Date: is 3 to 6 hours after Received: date
  • 0.8 -- RBL: Received via a relay in dnsbl.njabl.org

    [RBL check: found 247.229.129.203.dnsbl.njabl.org., type: 127.0.0.9]
  • 4.3 -- RBL: Received via a relay in opm.blitzed.org

    [RBL check: found 247.229.129.203.opm.blitzed.org., type: 127.1.0.20]
  • 0.1 -- Message has X-MSMail-Priority, but no X-MimeOLE
  • 0.1 -- Message only has text/html MIME parts
  • 0.0 -- Contains at least 3 dollar signs in a row
  • 2.8 -- Forged mail pretending to be from MS Outlook IMO

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