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====== HOTMAIL IN TROUBLE =====

From: <gumdrop@themail.com>
Date: Tue, 8 Aug 2000 15:51:34 -0500 (EST)
Message-Id: <200008082051.e78KpYZ03017@outgoing.themail.com>
To: gumdrop@themail.com

SUPERB PASSIVE INCOME OPPORTUNITY -  NEW E-MAIL SERVICE!
===HOW MANY MILLIONS E-MAILS ARE SENT EVERY DAY?===
THIS IS GOING TO COMPETE AGAINST HOTMAIL, BIG TIME!

TheMail wants to pay you!

 Goto:  http://www.themail.com/ref.htm?ref=266028

Every time someone reads an e-mail, you make money. It's that simple!  

Follow the steps below to start making extra money for doing nothing more than 
sending/reading e-mail.  

1.  Once you sign up, you will have an active e-mail account and unique web address.
 All you need to do is spread the word about TheMail.com (e.g.: friends, family, business
 associates, etc...) by sending e-mail giving out your unique web address.  

2.  Now, whenever someone signs up and reads new e-mail, you get paid!

3.  Encourage the people you signed up to sign up other people. You also get paid every
 time one of your friend's friends reads an e-mail . TheMail pays up to 15 secondary tiers,
 that means you still get paid when your friends, friends, friends, friends, friends, friends,
 friends, friends, friends, friends, friends, friends, friends, friends, friend reads an e-mail.

---------- Do you realize how much e-mail traffic this will generate??  ---------

4.  Use your account at TheMail.com. Every time you send/reply/forward an e-mail, 
you have the chance of signing up a new customer. At the end of each message you 
send, the reader has the option of signing up for a Free e-mail under your account!

The potential of this opportunity is quite spectacular!   ---   WAKE UP!!  ---

Does your current e-mail service provider pays you down to 15 levels every time 
someone read their e-mails??

 ...This is going to be BIG!  Awesome profits are going to be made!

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