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Posted by Christopher Byrne on April 22, 2001 at 09:23:14:

In Reply to: Re: MAKE EASY MONEY !!! posted by Oliver Stafford on May 10, 1999 at 09:21:49:

Make easy money! Guaranteed!!
: *Ambrose here (At the bottom of addresses). I've posted and e-mailed
: this letter in the past. The results i've recieved were ASTOUNDING.
: To think that i sacrificed 5 dollars, and now i am making more
: than i would ever make in any other "job" (hehe). If u follow the
: directions, it will work wonders for you. I am living proof. For
: any sceptics, e-mail me at enyxis@mailcityasia.com. and now on with the letter*
: His mother was cleaning and putting laundry away when she came across
: a large brown paper bag that was suspiciously buried beneath some
: clothes and a skateboard in the back of her 15-year-old son's closet.
: Nothing could have prepared her for the shock she got when she opened
: the bag and found it was full of cash. Five dollar bills, twenties,
: fifties and hundreds - all neatly rubber-banded in labeled piles.
: "My first thought was that he had robbed a bank", says the 41-year-old
: woman, "There was over $71,000 dollars in that bag- that's more
: than my husband earns in a year".
: The woman immediately called her husband at the car-dealership where
: he worked to tell him what she'd discovered. He came home right
: away and they drove together to the boy's school and picked him
: up. Little did they suspect that where the money came from was more
: shocking than actually finding it in the closet.
: As it turns out, the boy had been sending out via E-mail on the
: Internet a type of 'chain-letter' to E-mail addresses that he obtained
: off of the Internet. Everyday after school for the past 2 months,
: he had been doing this right on his computer in his bedroom.
: "I just got the E-mail one day and I figured what the heck, I put
: my name on it like the instructions said and I started sending it
: out", says the clever 15-year-old.
: The E-mail letter listed 3 addresses and contained instructions
: to send one $5 dollar bill to the person at the top of the list,
: then delete that address and move the other 2 addresses up, and
: finally to add your name to the bottom of the list. The letter goes
: on to state that you would receive several thousand dollars in five
: dollar bills within 2 weeks if you sent out the letter with your
: name at the bottom of the 3-address list "I get junk E-mail all
: the time, and I really didn't think it was gonna work", the boy continues.
: Within the first few days of sending out the E-mail, the Post Office
: Box that his parents had gotten him for his video-game magazine
: subscriptions began to fill up with not magazines, but envelopes containing $5 dollar bills.
: "About a week later I rode [my bike] down to the post office and
: my box had 1 magazine and about 300 envelopes stuffed in it. There
: was also a yellow slip that said I had to go up to the [post office]
: counter- I thought I was in trouble or something (laughs)". He goes
: on, "I went up to the counter and they had a whole box of more mail
: for me. I had to ride back home and empty out my backpack 'cause I couldn't carry it all".
: Over the next few weeks, the boy continued sending out the E-mail.
: "The money just kept coming in and I just kept sorting it and stashing
: it in the closet, I barely had time for my homework". He had also
: been riding his bike to several of the area's banks and exchanging
: the $5 bills for twenties, fifties and hundreds. "I didn't want
: the banks to get suspicious so I kept riding to different banks
: with like five thousand at a time in my backpack. I would usually
: tell the lady at the bank counter that my dad had sent me in [to
: exchange the money] and he was outside waiting for me. One time
: the lady gave me a really strange look and told me that she wouldn't
: be able to do it for me and my dad would have to come in and do
: it, but I just rode to the next bank down the street (laughs)."
: Surprisingly, the boy didn't have any reason to be afraid. The reporting
: news team examined and investigated the so-called 'chain-letter'
: the boy was sending out and found that it wasn't a chain-letter
: at all. In fact, it was completely legal according to US Postal
: and Lottery Laws, Title 18, Section 1302 and 1341, or Title 18,
: Section 3005 in the US code, also in the code of federal regulations,
: Volume 16, Sections 255 and 436, which state a product or service
: must be exchanged for money received.
: Every five dollar bill that he received contained a little note
: that read, "Please add me to your mailing list". This simple note
: made the letter legal because he was exchanging a service (adding
: the purchasers name to his mailing list) for a five dollar fee.
: Here is the letter that the 15-year-old was sending out by E-mail,
: you can do the exact same thing he was doing, simply by following
: the instructions in this letter-
: --------------------------------------------
: Here are instructions on how to make $10,000 US cash in the next 2 weeks:
: There are 3 addresses listed below.
: Send the person at the top of the list a $5 bill wrapped in 2 pieces
: of paper (to securely hide it), along with a note that says: "Please add me to your mailing list".
: Then delete that name, move the other 2 up and put your name at the bottom.
: Now start sending or posting this ENTIRE e-mail back out to people.
: When 20 people receive it, those 20 people will move your name up
: to the middle position and they will each send out 20. That totals
: 400 people that will receive this letter with your name in the middle.
: Then, those 400 people will move your name up to the top and they
: will each send out 20 E-mails. That totals 8,000 people that will
: receive this E-mail with your name at the top and they will each send you a $5 bill.
: 8,000 people each sending you a $5 bill = $40,000 cash. That's if
: everyone responds to this E-mail, but not everyone will, so you
: can expect more realistically to receive about $10,000 cash $5 bills in your mailbox.
: This will work for anyone, anywhere in the world in any country,
: but send only a US CASH $5 bill.
: The more E-mails or follow ups you post, the more cash you will
: receive. If each person sends out 100 E-mails, there will be 1,000,000
: people that receive this letter when your name reaches the top.
: If only 1% of those people respond, you will still get $50,000 cash.
: ***REMEMBER, if you don't ask for the service, USE OF THIS LETTER WILL BE ILLEGAL FOR YOU.
: Here is the list:
: ----------------------------------------------------------
:
1. J.Swift
: P.O.Box 3123
: Pinehurst,NC 28374
:
2. A.J. Burton
: 1005 Layl Dr.
: Liberty, TX 77575
:
3. Christopher Byrne
Street = 10 john st
Suburb = sandringham
Post Code = 3191
Country = Australia
State = Vic
: ----------------------------------------------------------
:
: THERE'S NOTHING MORE TO DO. When your name reaches the top in a
: few days, you will start receiving $5 bills from other people just
: like yourself, who are willing to invest a $5 bill to receive $10,000 cash.
: Nothing ventured, nothing gained
: In the spirit of FUN, let's play....




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