From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On
(sent from Behalf Of Kimberly Mccomark Kimberly Mccomark [email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, November 01, 2007 10:09 AM
Subject: Pet Sitting..
I need a Dog sitter/walker service for my Daschund of 2yrs while am in the U.S.A for a Vacation lasting 3weeks So i need you to get back with your quote/estimate so that i can deposit for a reservation .
Ms Kimberly Mccomark.
This message is so simple, it could easily be mistaken for a real message. Some of the things that make it suspicious:
-There is no "to". He put my email address (I assume with a list of other sitters addresses also), in the BCC field so I couldn't see who the message was sent to.
-The reply-to address is different from the address the mail was sent from.
-The usual grammer issues.
-No location or dates states, but they are asking for a quote already.