|−|Alright, to be completely henost. For the longest time, I had in the back of my mind, that this was some big elaborate prank. I was hoping and praying it wasn't, but I prepared myself to be let down. Not anymore. Not after today. This is full legit now to me. I am so happy, and so happy for you. I would love to be a part of this in some way. Keep up the great work. |+|
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It will be interesting to see how serevely this school of phishermen will be punished. In 2005, a UK pair of electronic anglers were sentencedone for six years, the other for fourfor laundering $10.3 million in todays U.S. dollars for their felonious endeavors. In 2008, a West Haven, Conn. man was hit with a seven year prison sentence for bilking $400,000 from AOL uses with a phishing scam. And earlier this year, a Minneapolis judge slapped a phisher with an 8.5 year expense free vacation in the Big House for a phishing con that garnered the perp $700,000 over a seven year period. Although sentencing appears to be all over the board, I cant see the members of this crew gettingat least in the United Statesless than eight years a piece for their crooked behavior.