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You can forward the message to law enforcement if you wish. We actually get that sort of thing being advertised all the time by spammers, so I don't know if it will do much good.
I've never seen spam like this before.
Especially given they are so open and include contact details.
I forwarded one, I don't need to do it again. I just wanted to know what your policies are on the more serious stuff.
Just ignore them and block the sender, usually a spammer.
That is all you can do. Send it to TOS and then delete.