<< From: email@example.com (Phil Rubinoff)
To: GoRachelle@AOL.COM (GoRachelle)
On 10-Dec-97, GoRachelle wrote:
>In a message dated 12/9/97 8:02:28 PM, you wrote:
>>I recently got an E-mail from the president of ArtSource Incorporated. She
>>said they are an art consulting company. She said she is interested in my
>>work, and she wants to see some more. She said send me some more images via
>>disk, CD, or photographs.
>How many of us got the same flattering inquiry? I got one too, and I'm just
>wondering if this was a mass mail type of thing. Please let everyone know if
>you got one, too.
Yep. Me too. Sounded great but i thought I'd wait to see if
everyone was getting it.
MURPHY'S LAW: WHEN SOMETHING SEEMS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE
IT USUALLY IS.
All the best
To all of us
Yeah, I recieved it too, and I agree with the above quote...<g>
Sounds like mass email (spamming) to me...
I'm going to pass on this one...."BETTER TO BE SAFE THAN TO BE SORRY"
Owen Lee Barnett