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Subject: Re: UKNM: website hijacking
From: Richard Bailey
Date: Wed, 20 Dec 2000 20:37:35 GMT

I have a question why was I told my internet connection was too slow on the
exit page of www.grab.com this exit page lied to me I have a very fast
connection. Such advertising would lead me to think that www.grab.com was
the fake, sorry the asp tells me its the other way round. I did notice they
avoided using your company logos.

Other thing is there is no point anyone outside Canada or the US playing YOU
CAN NOT WIN, read the small print. Given the fact that there is no prize
fund under British law its not a prize draw, they just have insurance
against anyone winning. That funny pub loto thing had the same thing and it
was deemed unfair.

I think the guys ripping off the site have almost as much chance of giving
away $1 000 000 000 as your site does; very very close to 0.

Richard Bailey

----- 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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