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Subject: UKNM: Re: website hijacking
From: Adam Atkinson
Date: Tue, 19 Dec 2000 20:49:04 GMT

Wow, they're subtle. Such thoroughness in naming Grab.com in their FAQs
really takes the biscuit.
Fatuous, certainly. Fraudulent, possibly. Plagiarising, definitely.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rick Brownlow" <rickatpims-sca [dot] com>
To: <uk-netmarketingatchinwag [dot] com>
Sent: Tuesday, December 19, 2000 5:27 PM
Subject: UKNM: website hijacking

> Dear all
> We are the UK arm of SCA promotions Inc, we helped put together, risk
> and provide the cover for www.grab.com, the worlds first billion dollar
> online lottery.
> I noticed the following site (bunch of cowboys) today www.ijacko.com which
> appears to have hijacked grab.
> 1. Has anybody heard of the site, the people behind this site, seen it on
> any banners promoting it?
> 2. My instincts tell me they are in breach of copyright, they are passing
> off and committing fraud - Am I right?
> Watch out, next time it could be you!
> Cheers
> Rick Brownlow
> Business Development Director
> Quadrant House
> 80-82 Regent Street
> London, W1B 5RP
> t: UK 020 7434 3046
> m: UK 07958 375 305
> e: rickatpims-sca [dot] com <rickatpims-sca [dot] com (mailto:rickatpims-sca [dot] com)>

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