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This turned out unexpected, not sure what to do.

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by ArmoredMedia, Feb 16, 2014.

  1. ArmoredMedia

    ArmoredMedia Junior Member

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    Was testing a different form of craigslist marketing around the health niche. I have good background in supplementation/nutrition and bodybuilding, so I decided to use some of that in attempt to make commission.

    Well anyways, I made some listing talking about how I am giving free advice over email. I got about four replies back and for some reason each of the individuals all have kids, and think I have some local building. They ALL want me to teach there kids on supplementation/nutrition....

    The funny thing is for some reason they said how much do I charge for this advice/guidance on the topic.

    I really don't know if there is a way I can make anything of them really. Should I just not reply to them?

    A few pic replies:
    http://puu.sh/6Y0NA.png
    http://puu.sh/6Y0PY.png
    http://puu.sh/6Y0SK.png

    All three different people I think? I just realized two of em are same names, but different emails.


    Anything to make off here? I don't actually have some local gym like facility.
     
  2. topguru

    topguru Newbie

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    I'm not claiming to be an expert or anything but the first guy seems as if he is running a scam where he collects names, addresses and phone numbers that he can later resell or use for marketing. What I don't understand is why he doesn't ask for your email address as well.