Too good to be true.

  Epirb406 19:52 03 May 05

Hi all, hope this trhe right place for this enquiry.

This click here is too good to be true so it MUST be a scam.

However, anyone any idea how much of one and how it works.

I keep getting tempted because it is so cheap to join but in my heart of hearts I know that it can't be true.

Anyone here know how it works?

Thanks, Epirb.

  961 20:03 03 May 05

Type "ezlaptop" into google

And then, repeat after me...

"There is NO such thing as a free lunch"

  madmatt73 20:18 03 May 05

wow an electronic 'amway' type system. i thought these type of things had died out as people woke up to the reality

  Epirb406 20:57 03 May 05

Thanks for the reassurance that I was right!

Will live laptopless but happy in that knowledge.

Cheers all, Epirb.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 21:04 03 May 05

I have a Nigerian friend that needs your account to deposit $35 million. You will receive $5 million for your troubles. Please send me your account details.


  Sans le Sou 21:17 03 May 05

This is the good old Pyramid selling lark, you have to subscribe and then get another 10 or somelike figure to sign up, then they have to each get the same uptake and so it goes on. If you sign up the whole of the EU then you will have earned your laptop.

  961 09:37 04 May 05

However, if you sign up all the eu then some joker will be along to add vat

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