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24 Hours to Start Making $389,783 in just 60 days.

I received this email today with the subject "24 Hours to Start Making $389,783 in just 60 days. On Autopilot.", I say don't waste your time and money. If they know how to make money this much (six figures in 90 days), they should be retire by now. I guess not, because I received one of the email spam today and continue to receive once in every month. This could be worst if I'm not using Google Apps for email. If you are using Gmail email, when you received a similar subject, simply click the "Report spam" or delete it. Don't bother to open the message.

Here's the message:

I have to be quick.

It’s your last chance...There are only 18 spots left... If you just want the link, here it is, hurry there NOW:

[Name removed, not worthy to mention] is going back underground with his profit-sucking software, along with a pile of cash that gets bigger every day.

He has almost hit his limit of available copies and will be putting up the sold out sign anytime soon...

We’ll never see anything like it again.

No doubt by now you’ve heard the buzz about the controversial proof making fools outta the ‘gurus’ he’s exposed…

Other article to read:
Anthony Morrison - Hidden Millionaire is a scum


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