In and between generic texts, some messages are trying to send the victim to malicious links. The pictures send with these type of messages are usually nude images (not posted here).
Malicious link hidden in the message: https: // is.gd/fRpg51 - do not click!
Hello, my good and very man!
I would be glad to meet you
and recognize you as a kind, sincere and very good person
I really hope that you and
and we will have a lot to talk with you and find a lot in common
In my name Elena is 35 years old.
I work as a choreographer, and I really like it
At me the senior group and younger, and I learn them to dance
I like running and walking
and what do you like to do at liberty in your free time
I would very much like you to tell me more about yourself
for more convenience you can write to me on this site my nickname <Elena> (clickable link)
because I use this mail only in the house, and it's rare
and I will be very disappointed if I do not answer you,
and I'll be upset because of you and the place where I'm on the phone, and I can always answer you
and we can communicate and learn from each other all day long
and in the future to agree on a meeting, I think we will be happy to talk!
your new friend Elena
I will very much wait for your SMS on the site!
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Reply-To: "love," <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: "love," <email@example.com>
Subject: In search.
Date: Fri, 22 Jun 2018 04:28:46
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