Bill Gates paying for Emails? PLEEEEEASE READ!!!!

  Spud 11:03 02 Mar 03
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Anyone knows anything about Mr Gates paying you money if you send on a email.?
Received this the other day..........

>
> I thought this was a scam myself, but two weeks after receiving
this
>e-mail and forwarding it on, Microsoft contacted me for my address and
>within days, I received a cheque for US$24,800.00. You need to respond
>before the beta testing is over. If anyone can afford this Bill Gates
is
>the man.
>
> It's all marketing expense to him. Please forward this to as many
people
>as possible.
> You are bound to get at least US$10,000.00.
> We're not going to help them out with their e-mail beta test
without
>getting a little something for our time. My brother's girlfriend got
in on
>this a few months ago. When I went to visit him for the Baylor/UT
game.
>
>
> She showed me her check. It was for the sum of $4,324.44 and was
stamped
>"Paid In Full".
>
> Like I said before, I know the law, and this is for real
>
> Intel and AOL are now discussing a merger which would make them the
>largest Internet company and in an effort make sure that AOL remains
the
>most widely used program, Intel and AOL are running an e-mail beta
test.
>
>
> When you forward this e-mail to friends, Intel can and will track
it (if
>you are a Microsoft Windows user) for a two week time period.
>
>
> For every person that you forward this e-mail to, Microsoft will
pay you
>$203.15.
> For every person that you sent it to that forwards it on, Microsoft
will
>pay you $156.29
> And for every third person that receives it, you will be paid
$17.65.
> Within two weeks, Intel will contact you for your address and then
send
>you a check.
> I thought this was a scam myself, but a friend of my good friend's
Aunt
>Patricia, who works at Intel, actually got a check of $4,54323 by
>forwarding this e-mail.
>
> Try it; what have you got to lose????

  Andÿ 11:17 02 Mar 03

It's a hoax to fool the greedy :o) There is no free lunch :o)

click here

click here

  BRYNIT 11:31 02 Mar 03

Do you think Bill Gates is daft enough to pay out money for a chain letter/E-mail

  leo49 11:37 02 Mar 03

Are you sure you haven't been infected with this virus?

click here

:o)

  powerless 11:53 02 Mar 03

Mr Bill (Microsoft) Gates...

Could buy a small country with his own money.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 12:10 02 Mar 03

Does anyone really believe these type of letters? Aren't the contents just a little bit obvious?

G

  Cyberbia 12:23 02 Mar 03

You did well to be suspicious about this one...

Do people who send these hoaxes around really think that the word "Gullible" has been removed from the dictionary or wot?!?!

PL

  spuds 14:26 02 Mar 03

Surprising how many people fall for this type of scam.As they say: A fool is born every day.

  Andsome 15:01 02 Mar 03

The mind boggles that people can actually believe this rubbish

  Border View 18:07 02 Mar 03

"Gullible"

  DaddyBear 22:31 03 Mar 03

I checked....

*Gullible*
Nowhere to be found in my pocket, concise, or giant; "I'm sure FWEEBLE can be used in Scrabble" dictionarys. (Or is it Dictionaries?)

Am I on to something here?


PS, Found several spellings of Dyslexia ;o)

DB

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