What not to write in a spam directed to me...

Dear Windows User,

Now you can boost the reliability of ordinary Windows ME, 95 and 98 to nearly the level of Windows NT or 2000, Microsoft's professional and industrial version of Windows.

The new WinFix 4.4 is a very effective way to improve the reliability of Windows, because it makes Windows fault-tolerant and self-repairing. And WinFix is very safe, because it operates completely independent of Windows.

I don't think so. Oh, and the spam conveniently ends with a blatant lie:

This announcement is being sent to PC users who asked to be kept informed about new developments in Windows(tm) technology.

How could I have?


Re: What not to write in a spam directed to me...

winfix is a lie. you should click on the Webmasters tab and see how to make gauranteed big bucks by providing a fix for winfix and sell it. But it won't actually do anything.

You won't believe it.

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