Scott Hardie | July 20, 2001
Does anybody else get the "RE: Your previous inquiry." spam?

It reads like this:

You were recently referred to us as someone who is
ready for a CHANGE, a financial breakthrough, so we will
get right to the point.

We can help you make $100,000 plus this
year from HOME with your computer and phone.
This is Not MLM and it IS very REAL.

Are you Serious about making $2,000 plus per week
starting Right Away with a SIMPLE system
where customers are contacting you and
you do absolutely ZERO selling?

Can you follow simple step-by-step instructions and put
forth the effort to make this a reality for yourself starting
today? If your answer is YES, then we need to talk.

We have a few positions available on our team and it's in our best
interest to train you for success. In fact, we're so sure that
we can do this that we're willing to put our money where our mouth is!
Upon accepting you as a member on our team, we will provide
you with complete Professional Training and Advertising
Assistance to put you immediately on the road to success.

No experience necessary.... However you must have
two qualities: moderate people skills and a SERIOUS Desire
for a personal and financial change.

Take a moment to take the next step by calling us at our
Home Office and we will get you the details.


1-800-330-9520
24 Hrs/ 7 Days

Prosperous Regards!
Karl

"Profits are better than wages. Wages make you a living;
Profits make you a fortune"
- Jim Rohn

To remove yourself please click here
http://216.49.109.10/newcredit/removehtm

I've gotten this same fucking message at least twice a week for the better part of a year now. Every time I block one sender (or one sender's entire domain), I get the message from a new source. I've even gotten multiple copies of the message on the same day. I can't block the message because Outlook Express's filters are shit and don't work. I'm gonna kill somebody if I keep getting this piece of shit spam.


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