The click here was a link to a site that gives this person credit for getting people to the site and signing up for crap they don't need so firstname.lastname@example.org can get his free stuff. I dislike this type of bait/switch and it makes me angry.
Avoid these scams and don't even click on the links to give them even one point towards their free product. They should be banned from these sites for violating their TOS.
From: Angel Thomas <email@example.com>
Date: Sat, Apr 23, 2011 at 9:18 PM
Subject: Re: Re: Medium Office Size?
My name is Angel Thomas, Ceo of Craigslist. We have recently joined up with Apple mackintosh for a one-time promotional event today, we are giving away no cost Apple MacBooks to randomly selected individuals who have published an advert on Craigslist. You have been chosen as one of our latest winners for today. We randomly select numbers to match up with ads on C-list and your advertisement matched with our latest drawing.
We have partnered up with Apple inc to advertise their most popular product yet, the Apple MacBook. Once again, we are running this campaign for one-day only. All you need to do is CLICK HERE to go to our website made for this promotion and enter your email to obtain yours for free. Simply make sure you enter your email so we may locate our records to make certain that we have reserved one for you. That is it!
Congratulations on winning a free Apple MacBook (valued at $800). In case you have any query or concerns, feel free to e-mail me back. However, you should claim your free MacBook first to ensure one will be reserved for you before the deadline ends. We do understand that you may possibly not receive this e-mail until after the deadline, but, we suggest you check the web site and enter your email to see if we still have got yours on hold, which we often-times do because others haven't claimed theirs in time.
CEO, Craig's list