Voici le texte du canular :
I´m an attorney, and I know the law. This thing is for real.
Rest assured AOL and Intel will follow through with their promises for fear
of facing a multimillion dollar class action suit similar to the one filed
by Pepsico against General Electric not too long ago. I´ll be damned
if we´re all going to help them out with their e-mail beta test
without getting a little something for our time.
My brother´s girlfriend got in on this a few months ago. When I
went to visit him for the Baylor/UT game she showed me her check. It was for
the sum of $4,324.44 and was stamped "Paid In Full". Like I said before, I
know the law, and this is for real. If you don´t believe me you can
email her at email@example.com. She´s eager to answer any questions
you guys might have. Thanks, Dirk. I know I´m already in.
Moore, Dirk wrote: If you don´t do this, you must be really,
From: James M. Schwarnica
This is not a joke. I am forwarding this because the person who sent
it to me is a good friend and does not send me junk. Intel and AOL are now
discussing a merger which would make them the largest Internet company and
in an effort make sure that AOL remains the most widely used program, Intel
and AOL are running an e-mail beta test. When you forward this e-mail to
friends, Intel can and will track it (if you are a Microsoft Windows user)
for a two week time period.
For every person that you forward this e-mail to, Microsoft will pay
you $203.15, for every person that you sent it to that forwards it on,
Microsoft will pay you $156.29 and for every third person that receives it,
you will be paid $17.65. Within two weeks, Intel will contact you for your
address and then send you a check. I thought this was a scam myself, but a
friend of my good friend´s aunt (who works at Intel) actually got a
check for $4,543.23 by forwarding this e-mail.
Try it, what have you got to lose????