Sometimes spam messages are worth reading

I would never recommend reading every single message that appears in your junk mailbox, but every once in awhile, there's a golden nugget of hilariousness. Here's one I received a few days ago:

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Subject: mug factory looking for partner

Dear manager

Nice day to you

We are a professional stainless steel drinkware factory ,our main product line is Travel mug /food jug/Coffee stuff/Vacuum Flask/Sport bottle. we have chinese very competitive price and high quality and very good service credit , many customers regard us as their very good friends by doing business with us

we are looking for more long term business partners , if you meet below terms , please contact us

1, order stainless steel mugs regularly per month 2, you are looking for a better mug supplier who can give you good quality ,better price and better delivery time and better service etc

we promise we will be your very good partner

first of beginning our business , please send us your regular order items , let us quote you nice price , then we go further

Yours Sincerely

Beyond
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I have a few questions about this.

1. What is the email asking?
2. I've used a stainless steel mug recently ... does that qualify me?
3. Is the person's name who sent the email really "Beyond?"

Besides those things, it looks like an amazing deal!

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