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I Just received a letter in the mail (SCAM?!)

Discussion in 'Forum Suggestions & Feedback' started by kase, Aug 18, 2009.

  1. kase

    kase Regular Member

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    Well I read this letter and once I got done I did some research on google.com and everything I had came across said scam! the address where I am suppose to send it back to the address is Invitation Processing, P.O. Box 6304 Dover, DE 19905-6304


    and I came across this video were this guy shows the exact example of the letter I got. the url is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCAWC8oZNCU

    I thought I'd share this with everyone here at bhw and I'd like to know if anyone has heard of these letters. I really don't know if it is truly a scam but I do believe it is beause I never signed up for anything. and I'm at a new address and actually the only thing I have ever received in the mail is stuff for school from PennFoster.edu
     
  2. _TwaT_

    _TwaT_ Newbie

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    The letter had to of wanted you to do something. It should have contained instructions if it was a true scam. Do share with us the contents of the letter.
     
  3. kase

    kase Regular Member

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    Ha, the guy in the video is not me. But anyway's I had decided to Rip the Letter up and throw it away.

    I would have to buy a stamp and resend the whole thing back. it said something about me being special and have these special traits that no one else has and all this bullshit. I don't know I wanted to believe it. but then I googled it and everything said SCAM! So, I threw it away.
     
  4. kase

    kase Regular Member

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    if this was a opportunity for me and was not a scam then "WTF!" I guess I let the opportunity go right out of the window. But Hey, More will come! Thanks to BHW! ;)
     
  5. magicman8585

    magicman8585 Newbie

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    was it about neotech
     
  6. kase

    kase Regular Member

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    No, it all it said it was about 2300 year old money making script or something, Said I could make money. it said dont be skeptical and do not let this opportunity pass me by because I will never receive this letter again.


    Feel Free to Google "Invitation Processing, P.O. Box 6304 Dover, DE 19905-630"
     
  7. magicman8585

    magicman8585 Newbie

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    it sound like neotech to me or jv magic. but 90% sure about it being my frist choice if it is neotech i will tell you were ro get it for free hint its in the public domain
     
  8. kase

    kase Regular Member

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    Alright well I tossed it in the Garbage! Pow!
     
  9. magicman8585

    magicman8585 Newbie

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    good job I did the same thing I thougut it was crap.

    the answer was Secret Teachings of All Ages, by Manly P. Hall