This time the link wasn't pointing to the spammer's website directly. Instead, it was pointing to Google:
So, it's making a Google search for the words V6J and 5C6 on a page that contains thereseason.com in the URL.
There can't be many pages like that on the net.
The link ends with "btnI=745". On Google, the btnI directive causes the I'm feeling lucky feature to activate and Google redirects the user to the first search result.
As a end result, clicking the spam link takes the user to a spam drugstore.
It's interesting to note that such spam links can be hijacked. All you need to do is to create a pagethat contains the words V6J and 5C6 and has "thereseason.com" in the URL — and have it pop up as search result #1 in Google.
There's lots of this spam going around. Also, the discount percentages of these guys seem to vary wildly…