Has anyone gotten any mail from this person? This person has sent mail to
me, the NFIC, and to my two mailing lists which are closed. He is
bombarding my lists which fortunately reject them but this abuse is quite
intolerable. Does anyone have any suggestions about how to handle this
type of abuse?
Note: This guy was responding to a challenge of a chain letter scheme I
posted in a newsgroup. He apparently also sent copies to the National
Fraud Information Center by accident who will no doubt forward them to the
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>Subject: ==Solve your Financial Problems== - $$$.zip (0/1)
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>Are you in Debt?
>Are Creditors giving you grief?
>Do you feel like a smuck by sponging off your friends?
> That couldn't feel all that good..
>Why should you let money stress you out? Why should money get in the
>way of friends? More often than not it does. Don't tell me all the
>stuff you can't do because you don't have the cash to do it.... your
>being materialitic when you do that! That is you are focusing on what
>material objectes you don't have.
>In $$$.zip is a solution to your money problems. I used a regular zip
>codes so that you don't have to spend much time in downloading. If
>you can afford $5, do a little work and have a little faith, you'll be
>paying off all those creditors in about one month... and have lots of
>extra money to boot.
>Would this be a really good day to win $20,000 in the lottery?
>Check out $$$.zip... but only do so after you make the DECISION that
>you are going to do anything to get out of debt.
> Good Luck & Prosperity to you,
Murphy's corollary: The light at the end of the tunnel is the headlamp of
an oncoming train.