Put $20,000, In Your PayPal Account!!

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I got this scam email today.
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New Paypal 1x1 Fills Up Fast $20K in 2 WEEKS. This
is working guys!! DO THIS!! The reason it works is
because there is only two names on this list. Fast MONEY
AND ABOUT 80% RESPONDING!!

God said it: "Give and ye shall receive."
That's the most rewarding part of life. Helping others.


Follow the directions below:


Just donate ten dollars ($10.00) to one (1) person. That's all. After
the first time, you'll see how easy it is and it does work!


Log into your PayPal account, and send the first (1st) person's e-mail on
the list a $10.00 donation. PayPal will ask you to select type, select:
service, and put "$10.00 donation" for the subject.


If you need a PayPal account, (IT`S FREE) go to:
www.paypal.com


Remember, only the first person on the list gets your $10.00
donation. Then remove that person's name and e-mail from the
list, and move the other name and e-mail to Position One. Add your name
and e-mail to Position Two. After you have retyped the names in the new
order, send to as many people as possible immediately!


That's all there is to it. When your name reaches the first
position in about 2 days (or less), it will be your turn to
receive donations! They will be sent to you by approximately two
thousand(2,000) people like yourself who are willing to invest $10.00
to receive$20,000.


So when you find yourself short on cash, just take out your $20,000
donation program and send it to (50) prospects. Imagine if you sent it
to 100 or even more!!!


Position1: lancelear@hotmail.com


Position2: richardgade@hotmail.com


Integrity and honesty make this plan work. At this time
participants have been receiving an 80% return! The majority have
receive about $18,000 to $22,000 so far. This is not a chain letter. You
can refer to title 18, Section 1302 of the Postal and Lottery Code.


God Bless.


"This email is sent in compliance with strict
anti-abuse and NO SPAM regulations. Your address
was collected as a result of posting to a link, a
classified ad to my FFA Page, you have sent me an
e-mail recently, or you are on a list that I have
purchased. If you would like to be removed from
this list send an e-mail to mresidual3@excite.com, and
put remove in subject line."
 

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Go 4 it goh, you've got nuffin to lose - make better $$ than with domain names, LOL
 

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goh, but the letter doesn't specify the type of currency. So send in 10 HK dollars :)
 

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Originally posted by fizz
Go 4 it goh, you've got nuffin to lose - make better $$ than with domain names, LOL

Make money via domain names, are you kidding? :laugh:
 

fizz

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Originally posted by goh
I was thinking of 10 Dan Bux. ;)

I think we could all learn some bargaining skills from goh, LOL When I come to Hong Kong I'm gonna call you up to help me get the best prices on electronic goodies over there :D
 

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Originally posted by fizz


I think we could all learn some bargaining skills from goh, LOL When I come to Hong Kong I'm gonna call you up to help me get the best prices on electronic goodies over there :D

Fizz, wrong place, they are made in China (up North of Hong Kong). :D
 

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What isn't made in China these days? LOL
 

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goh:
>wrong place, they are made in China (up North of Hong Kong). :D

Isn't Hong Kong now part of China?
 

Guest
Do these pyramid schemes even work anywhere any longer? They've been going on in the US for dozens of years. I can't believe that anyone falls for this crap any more.

Am I wrong?

-t
 

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Originally posted by nameslave
goh:
>wrong place, they are made in China (up North of Hong Kong). :D

Isn't Hong Kong now part of China?

I never said Hong Kong is not part of China, I meant in the part of China that is outside of Hong Kong. Are you aware of "Made in Hong Kong" and "Made in China" labels still exists?
 
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