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September 23, 2008


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I'd like to know if anyone has successfully contacted this person and set up a consulatation. I'm leary of scams and people trying to sell me something.

Call me crazy but I don't trust "businesses" that use GMail accounts. Give some stranger on the internet my name, address and detailed work history? Sounds scammy to me.

Sounds like a good opportunity for a fraudster. You should send you bank information, too. Maybe he'll give you a free financial "review." ;)

I'm going to echo the other comments and say that this sounds like a way to gather people's personal information. Maybe someone should tell him there are more efficient ways to collect personal information. My vote is to stay away.

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