Look at what I got in the mail today!

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by Broderick, May 4, 2003.

  1. Broderick

    Broderick New Member

    Date: Sat, 3 May 2003 22:41:55 -0300
    Subject: Wonderful university degree deal for everyone!
    To: "

    Wish you could go back in time and get your Degree?

    Call 1-214-***-**** and turn back the hands of time!

    We have all levels of degree's awarded from bachelors, masters, PhD's, to MBA's.

    There are No Required Tests, Classes, or Interviews.
    No one is turned down!

    Just Call 1-214-***-**** Now For More Information

    To stop all future offers here

    Anybody know where this great spam originated from??:rolleyes:


  2. John Bear

    John Bear Senior Member

    If this came by Email, it is almost certainly the $50 million a year worldwide fraud run by an American living in Romania.

    If it came by snail mail, that would be most unusual, and may mean someone else is using essentially the same message.
  3. roysavia

    roysavia New Member

    Maybe you should call the number and ask the registrar about their DL program at San Quentin?
  4. Dennis Ruhl

    Dennis Ruhl member

    I get the degree mills in my email too.

    What I really enjoy are the penis lengthening and viagra spam. Where does this stuff come from?

    I thought that maybe my wife gave them my name but then my 11 year old daughter gets it on her email account too.

    Does anyone ever order anything from spam. Would anyone ever be stupid enough to give their credit card # to these unknown people.

    If you are cheated what are you going to do, sue them? Sue whom? Are you really going to say in open court that your penis lengthener didn't work and you paid 10 times too much for it? Might get you on Letterman.
  5. roysavia

    roysavia New Member

    Unfortunately there are people out there who fall for these gimmicks. People who read trash like the "National Enquirer" are more likely to purchase products from the companies who advertise in these tabloids.

    So the answer is yes.....there is probably someone out there who has purchased a penis enlarger, a 10 year supply of viagra and a doctorate degree from a bogus university (If he's creative, he'll have a place to hang is diploma).:eek: :eek:
  6. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Surely, Roy, you would not bring into question the integrity of such a renowned periodical!!!!!!!!!!!! ;)
  7. Bill Huffman

    Bill Huffman Well-Known Member

    I got an offer with a slightly different twist, penis enlargement and gonad enlargement all for one unbelievable price!
  8. uncle janko

    uncle janko member

    Twist?!? Ow.
  9. roysavia

    roysavia New Member

    Actually it's a subsidiary of the St. Regis University Press:D

Share This Page