About 20 minutes ago, this came over the fax machine at my clinic.
I know the picture quality isn’t so good as I took the pic with my cell phone camera, so I’ll type what is written.
It is a fax from LBI, INC. of Toronto, Canada and was sent by “Tod”
The subject is “Re: our last conversation”
Under the comments section it says
“Sorry, my cell battery went on me.
The pills I use Work Better than Viagra & you don’t need a prescription because it’s herbal. That alone saves you $100 for a doctor visit.
This website gives out FREE samples
I’t very, very effective, you’ll be happy you tried it. The Free Sample offer can end anytime so I’d get it now while you can.”
For what it’s worth, I don’t know Tod, nor have I had any cell phone conversations with him.
At the risk of revealing too much information, I will also state here for the record, that I have no personal need for any product of this sort. The plumbing is still fully functional so far!
I know a lot of folks routinely receive this sort of spam via email on a regular basis. This is the first time I’ve ever received any via the fax machine, however.
Since I am the only male working in my clinic, the girls all had a good laugh and told me that this fax was obviously for me.
I’d sure like to know who gave Tod our fax number.
You can’t really see it in the picture above, but Tod has wisely blocked his number from appearing on the fax copy.
Anyway, hope you all have a laugh at this, and I hope this isn’t the first in a new wave of spam.
On a positive note however, perhaps this is just the sort of thing to drag the medical profession kicking and screaming into the 21st century and convince us all to get rid of the fax machines.