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Cybercrooks are using compromised Twitter accounts to spamvertise work-at-home scams. The bogus messages appear as both direct messages and regular Twitter updates that attempt to induce users into visiting fraudulent websites punting supposed opportunities to make thousands for little or no effort. The dodgy messages link to …

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Scams on the intertubes

What will they think of next?

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You little bum.

Don't believe it, the last thing people want is for you to be happy. Some think they're too fat, some think they're too poor or too ugly and the best way to overcome their own feelings of inadequacy they think is to make you worse in those areas. So if they feel ugly and make you more ugly in their estimation they feel less ugly

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Help is at hand!

I have compiled a pack to help you avoid these scams.

Send me £1000 for details....

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