The Bat is a popular mass mailing program used by scammers. It is easily configured to run on multiple free mail servers at once in Russia/FSU and can send out 100s of e-mail at once.
Designed by RITLABS of Moldova, it was intended as a business e-mail application with the ability to easily multitask and send multiple -mails to different sources at once..a mass spam mailer..it has sophisticated templates and macro programming language and intelligence and yet is easy to use and configure..scammers can have multiple template letters in it that can easily be changed.
It is a very good program but it has been abused by scammers phishing for victims with its multiple e-mail/tasking/spamming abilities.
This is an old argument and to infer that those using the Bat are scammers is DEAD WRONG. As has been stated many times before it is a very popular e-mail program. My fiancee uses it and most of her friends do also.
Actually homebuilder you’re wrong. If you had in fact, looked at other posts in other threads from Rk, he was wanting to know if the fact that if an individual was using The Bat, did that indicate the that individual was a scammer. This question has come up a few times over the years…and the answer is no it does not. As Neon mentioned his lady uses it, my lady uses it and her sister uses it and I know for a fact they are not scammers. As to your comment that Internet cafes do not use it…two cafes close to my lady use it so I do not know how accurate that statement is, I have not been in that many Internet cafes. The point is that “The Bat” is an e-mail management tool that is better and more powerful and reliable than MS Outlook or Outlook Express. No determination can be made from just the from the fact that someone uses The Bat as to whether or not they are scammers…and that was RK’s original concern. Now he was just curious whether the version made a difference.