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8-08-2008 @ 1:08PM
But don't they lose money from the amount of time spent spelling it out? And that's not a message easily read... who's gonna take the time to read spam?Why do they do it anyway? If I wanted to buy gold I wouldn't wait around for a spammer, I'd google it o_O Does anyone really get spammed and then say "omg buying gold, I didn't know about that!"
8-08-2008 @ 1:21PM
I'd read it just for the sake of curiosity, but I'd never buy gold.Also, wouldn't suiciding/ressing/ run in/resuicide leave corpse letters? Look cooler...
8-08-2008 @ 2:40PM
((Does anyone really get spammed and then say "omg buying gold, I didn't know about that!"))To answer your question. Yes. Lots of people.
8-08-2008 @ 3:08PM
No, but people who do buy gold respond to the "50% extra gold!" crap they send by mail. It's just advertising.
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