The Retired Millionaire Money Making Spam
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Subject: Payment 2 Homeworkers Succesfully Sent.
Date: Tue, 27 Apr 2010 14:50:07 -0400
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An Internet Marketing Multi-Millionaire, who failed to remove the text added by his HTML editor. Perhaps he is so retarded that he actually thinks this piece of text belongs here. We can already see the millions rolling in by following his unique HTML coding style. Give the guy a dime for being so original.
How do you paste a link to the browser? What browser? Where should we paste the link to the browser? Once we have pasted the link to the browser, what then? Perhaps that's the secret to making millions on the Internet, pasting links to browsers. By the way, }}===>> p1.fr/learning-everything is no link, so this guy must be some kind of special, extraordinary, super Internet marketer, who can make money with broken links.
This is just another one of those "get rich quick, with no experience or work required" scams. You click the lousy link, that takes you to a lousy 5-mile long web page, with an over-amplified audio recording from some guy who made millions on the Internet by doing no work. So you buy the book, you do nothing, know nothing and you only dream of the money that goes magically into your bank account. When you fail to make any money with this system and you request the "Full 100% Money Back Guarantee Within 56 Days", you realise that they fully ignore your refund request. It is as simple as that. What do you have to lose? YOUR TEMPER IF YOU REALISE YOU'VE BEEN SCAMMED! Oh and your money off course.
If we had a dime for every spam e-mail we received about making millions on the Internet, we would have been filthy rich, even richer than the Retired Millionaire.
We assume the spammer meant: "Spam 2 Homeworkers Succesfully [sic] Sent".
Dear Mr. Retired Millionaire Spammer, please send us your e-mail address and we will send you a copy of our latest HTML Editor, with a built-in spell checker. You can make even more money by spell-checking your spam. If you do not make any extra money in 56 days, please let us know and we will send you a free spam filter to make you feel better.
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