Phishing bei ciao.de

Jetzt registrieren sich diese Idioten schon bei ciao.de und hinterlassen ihre Phishing-Geschichten in den privaten Gästebüchern der Mitglieder. Ich fand diesen schönen Text in meinem Account:

Please I registe here to write you with a good intention for you to
help me out, I am Sadiek Turay the only son of late DR, Duke Turay my
father was a very wealthy Cocoa merchant in Abidjan the economic
capital of Ivory coast, my father was poisoned to death by his business
associates on one of their outings on a business trip.
My mother died when I was a baby and since then my father took me so
special. Before the death of my father on August 2008 in a private
hospital here in Abidjan he secretly called me on his bed side and told
me that he has the sum of NINE MILLION EIGHT HUNRED THOUSAND UNITED
STATE DOLLARS USD. ($9.8 MILLION usd) left in fixed / suspense account
in one of the prime bank here in Abidjan ,that he used my name as his
only son for the next of Kin in depositing of the fund.
He also explained to me that it was because of this wealth that he was
poisoned by His business associates. That I should seek for a foreign
partner in a country of my choice where I will transfer this money and
use it for investment purpose such as real estate management or hotel
management.
please i contact you so that you will help me transfer this fund to
your account in your country and also help for investment with the
money .
To reply to this message please contact me back with this address:
turaysadiek@ozu.es for further clarification for your understanding.
call 0022504974181

Lustigerweise existiert der Spam-Account auch einen Monat nach der Eingabe dieser Nachricht noch. Obwohl der offenbar auch andere Benutzer belästigt hat, scheint die QM-Abteilung von ciao.de dort nicht eingreifen zu wollen.