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1-16-2008 @ 11:24AM
Probably a scripted program and depending on your responses it'll automatically generate more appropriate replies. If you had said you didn't play, they probably would have politely thanked you for your time and left you alone. They probably buy MSN e-mail addresses from e-mail spammers and hit them all up. If I don't know someone trying to add me I don't let them, and I block messages from unknown people. If you want to IM me, you better warn me in e-mail first, I get enough spam in e-mail, thanks.
1-17-2008 @ 12:52AM
Or it would have said "Well, you should start playing, and our company will help you get to level 70 in the fastest way possible" .They have no percentage in leaving people alone. None.
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