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Topic # 7633 29-Apr-2006 18:55
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work from home
make mega bucks
have free time
and get rewarded for u and OTHERS efforts

il explain if anyone is interested...

nah seriously though. if u no wot it is and curious let me no
if u dont no wot it is let me no
if ur already in another company. il show u one with the best compensation plan

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  Reply # 34282 29-Apr-2006 18:59
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Reply # 34284 29-Apr-2006 19:08
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Sounds like SPAM but is in the off topic and this is WAY off topic

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  Reply # 34285 29-Apr-2006 19:12
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not at all mate. this is the offtopic section right?

and if anyone is interested my email is [email address removed] (intimidating huh?) lol

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  Reply # 34286 29-Apr-2006 19:16
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Despite the fact that this is the offtopic forum, this type of spam is still not welcome here.

Offtopic is a place for Geekzoners to come and hang out, and talk about whatever, without having to put up with this stuff. Anyone who wants to be in network marketing can go and join up with whomever they please, but Geekzone will not be used as a forum to recruit suckers members.

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Reply # 34293 29-Apr-2006 21:15
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The user is now locked out of the Geekzone. The thread is still alive (but locked) to show that we do not like spam and it is against the term to offer pyramid schemes and other MLM stuff.

Also, who would like to work with a person who can't even correctly spell or articulate full sentences in English?

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