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> [TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: My Dear God! Don't those fools _ever_
> grow weary of sending out this crap day after day? Of all the
> banks and other financial institutions I have seen fall victim to
> these scams, this is the first time I have ever seen it tried on the
> good old IRS. PAT]
It only gets sent if it generates income. The real question is where is the income coming from. At the first level the scam is generating income for the folks sending it out as users fall for the scam. At what I think of as the second level, the spammers are selling services to spammer wannabes who are paying to have this sent out and aren't really getting folks to fall for it.