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  1. It would be great for me if you can make a review about the different free lancing site like, Freelancing, odesk, webserve. Thanks

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  2. BEWARE I recently have been getting spam emails from a INFO@EMN-YOURPRODUCTSAMPLES.COM and couldn’t unsubscribe to them and just found out who is sending out my info to this company the BBB. I just filed a complaint with the Tennessee BBB on Source One Automotive, Inc postcard for a Factory Auto Warranty postcard that had a wrong first name on it so I used the name on the postcard and low and behold a spam email was sent with the wrong name to my email. So when anyone is filling a complaint to the BBB they are passing peoples email info along to spammers.

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  3. Invitation Processing P.O.BOX 6304 Dover, DE 19905-6304 Fax# (716)447-7488 that has to be sent back within 6 days of receipt to P.O.BOX or Fax only.It’s an 8 page letter for a Free-membership invitation to a Secret Society that their association reviewed your profile and found out that you have special powers that they can teach/show you how to bring it out, but after sign up for FREE then your sent a form for a purhcase of some books that is a 2,000 year secret. When checking with the DelawareBBB you are forwarded to Las VegasBBB because the actual company name is Neo Tech Publishing Co./ Noveau Tech Society/ Novatech/ Novatech Society/ Novus Tek Invitation Processing Secret Society 2435 W. Horizon Ridge Pkwy. Henderson, NV 89052 phone number (702) 891-0302. You will be taught how to make huge amounts of money from poker/bingo/blackjack/lotteries/casino games or any gambling situation, render people helpless, beat any opponent,make anybody you meet a good friend/lover, learn how to use this scientific knowledge to generate huge sums of money without trying, lose weight, eliminate any addiction, learn how to control anyone anywhere and last but not least become more intelligent. The secret system and the association are the best insurance policy you could ever own, you’ll never be taken advantage of again in any business or personal relationship. YUO’LL NEVER FEAR NO ONE! This 8 page letter has many misspelled words and sentences that jump from one topic to another in mid sentence. People sent this letter range from kids 6 years old to senior citizens in assisted living homes who as you guessed never filled out any such profile that their association reviewed or have a clue about the person they sent this 8 page gibberish letter too. Their are numerous complaints about this letter that has been sent out for years with different names and stories in it but basically the same knowledge you will receive for FREE. “Once you are exposed to this 2000 year old secret system you will quietly profit from everyone, everywhere, every time.” (My accountant and tax attorney advise me I shouldn’t tell you how many millions of dollars are now mine becasue of this secret system) Oh yea and also a mystery man in Las Vegas who is making millions in Poker tournaments has much more to tell you and me. This might be one for you guys to check out too guys.

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  4. How about the postcards / cold calls being sent/made by Source One, Inc. 113 Seaboard Lane Ste A-190 Franklin, Tn 37067 1-888-650-6856 or Vehicle Services , Inc. 1052 S. Cloverleaf Dr. Saint Peters , MO 63376-6445 1-866-925-1783 that are sending postcards or making cold calls that state “FINAL NOTICE” / Request Immediate Attention Time Sensitive / call now to activate / offer expires on your Factory Auto Warranty is expired or about to expire so you need to call us for extended/continued warranty. They have no vehicle vin#, make/model or any vehicle identification what so ever , but knows your vehicles warranty is expired or about to expire? Vehicle Dealerships/Factories has no idea where these companies got their info and are not authorized to extend/continue any factory warranty. Some consumers who have purchased their warranty offer are met with a high pressure sell stating if you don’t buy or put a down payment down your offer will be void at the end of the call and they won’t send anything out until some kind of payment is made first. Others have taken their vehicles to the dealership and called the warranty company before work was done received an authorization to do the work from the warranty company but dealership was never paid, so when consumer called warranty company to find out why bill wasn’t paid the company stated they had no money to pay for the bill at this time. Looks like from websearching Auto Warranty Scams alot of mid-west, south eastern states have alot of these auto warranty companies that are starting to get looked at by some Attorney Generals Offices by all the complaints consumers are starting to file. It’s just suspicious that on their postcards/cold calls they are stating your vehicles warranty is expired or about to expire but have no vehicle identification at all, so how do they know about the factory warranty?

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  5. I could do a review on hits4pay pretty easily as I have been involved since july

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