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Planning a spam campaign – this is what it will cost

Have you ever wondered how much spammers pay to a botnet owner for sending out vast numbers of emails? The email below gives some indication. Prices are for various target groups in Russia. It’s not exactly free – but $425 for 9 million recipients (second line) isn’t bad.

Translated text (courtesy of Google Translate):

Hello!

I send you an offer advertising on the Internet.

Massive delivery by e-mail:

PRICE:
(Moscow and Moscow region) Businesses – more than 1.4 million addresses – 3,900 rubles. (~140 usd)
(Moscow and Moscow region) Individuals – more than 9 million addresses – 12 000 rubles all, 3,900 rubles. / 1 ​​million (425$/all; 140$/1KK)

(St. Petersburg) Businesses – more than 700 thousand addresses – 3,900 rubles.
(St. Petersburg) Individuals – more than 2.4 million addresses – 7800 RUR / all, 3,900 rubles. / 1 ​​million

(Central Region of Russia) Businesses – more than 3 million addresses – 7000 RUR / all, 3,900 rubles. / 1 ​​million
(Central Region of Russia) Individuals – more than 13 million addresses – 16 000 rubles all, 3,900 rubles. / 1 ​​million

(Russia) Businesses – more than 10.7 million addresses – 14 000 rubles all, 3,900 rubles. / 1 ​​million
(Russia) Individuals – more than 15 million addresses – 18 000 rubles all, 3,900 rubles. / 1 ​​million

(Ukraine) Businesses – more than 310 thousand addresses – 3,900 rubles.
(Ukraine) Individuals – more than 2.2 million addresses – more than 7,800 euro / all, 3,900 rubles. / 1 ​​million

(Business executives, Moscow) – more than 348 thousand addresses – 4,800 rubles.
(Business executives, Saint-Petersburg) – more than 163 thousand addresses – 4,800 rubles.
(Business executives, all of Russia) – over 940 thousand addresses – 8,200 rubles.

Also available is almost all over the world. Price is negotiable.

– Free with layout.
– Free travel courier.
– Office in Moscow.
– Forms of payment any.
– You have direct access to the newsletter

If we get a response to our request for “rest of the world” pricing then we’ll let you know.

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