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30.01.2007, 21:24
Hier mal wieder ein HYIP Spam, der voll nach Joe Job aussieht:

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Vor einigen Monaten bekam ich schon einmal massenweise solche HYIP Joe Jobs. Und die gingen anscheinend auch mehr oder minder gezielt an als Anti-Spammer bekannte Adressen. Hat da jemand die RSG betrogen, ist das eine 'Auftragsarbeit' oder schlicht Schutzgelderpressung?

- kjz