Dang, that little guy on the left is supposed to be ROFL. Oh well. Here's something new, or at least, I haven't seen it before. It's a promotion for Data Entry Bucks (DEB), which itself is a scam. This scammer, however, figured he would get clever, and use a URL shortener whose link leads back to his own computer, I'm assuming. It's something pretty close to that anyway, and the link doesn't even lead to DEB's website. If you get his spam about it, the return e-mail address isn't even valid. So what I'm thinking happened is that s/he got access to DEB's materials for nothing, and is selling them for $27 instead of $40. Either that, or the scammer will simply take your money and send you nothing, because there isn't any way to contact him or her. This entry will be located here on the right for awhile, below Web Colleagues, and there are some data entry scam videos linked here. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!
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