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#1 13 years ago

I got this email last night. Motion Picture Association of America Encino, California 9/23/2005 7:34:03 PM Daniel Ellis MAC ADDRESS: 00-11-2F-41-BD-21 Case No.: F53LIZ2632OASYI2 Mr. Ellis, It has been brought to our attention by Andrew Mcnab that you have been involved in the unauthorized downloading and transferring of licensed movies. Federal laws mandate that you immediately cease and desist all illegal activities pertaining to movie theft. Further, you are required by law to pay all incurred penalties in conjunction with Amendment 34-C, officially passed on January 30, 2005. In accordance with state jurisdictions, your failure to pay these penalties in full within 30 days of receipt of this notice will result in a warrant for your arrest. We are also required by law to inform you that a second offense will result in a minimum jail sentence of 90 days. Penalties incurred in your particular case may be reviewed on our government Web site. All cases are deemed confidential. Penalties are assessed by each individual download, charged at a nonnegotiable rate of $1,200 per infraction. Click your specific case number (Case No.: F53LIZ2632OASYI2 http://www.saynotopiracy.org/mpaa.aspx?F53LIZ2632OASYI2) to view the total amount due or to dispute your case. Sincerely, Jack Meihoff Piracy Agent Motion Picture Association of America I crapped my self when reading it but was relieved to find out it was a fake email from this fun site www.liquidgeneration.com




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#2 13 years ago
Firefox NO1I got this email last night. Motion Picture Association of America Encino, California 9/23/2005 7:34:03 PM Daniel Ellis MAC ADDRESS: 00-11-2F-41-BD-21 Case No.: F53LIZ2632OASYI2 Mr. Ellis, It has been brought to our attention by Andrew Mcnab that you have been involved in the unauthorized downloading and transferring of licensed movies. Federal laws mandate that you immediately cease and desist all illegal activities pertaining to movie theft. Further, you are required by law to pay all incurred penalties in conjunction with Amendment 34-C, officially passed on January 30, 2005. In accordance with state jurisdictions, your failure to pay these penalties in full within 30 days of receipt of this notice will result in a warrant for your arrest. We are also required by law to inform you that a second offense will result in a minimum jail sentence of 90 days. Penalties incurred in your particular case may be reviewed on our government Web site. All cases are deemed confidential. Penalties are assessed by each individual download, charged at a nonnegotiable rate of $1,200 per infraction. Click your specific case number (Case No.: F53LIZ2632OASYI2 http://www.saynotopiracy.org/mpaa.aspx?F53LIZ2632OASYI2) to view the total amount due or to dispute your case. Sincerely, Jack Meihoff Piracy Agent Motion Picture Association of America I crapped my self when reading it but was relieved to find out it was a fake email from this fun site www.liquidgeneration.com

You download movies illegaly? Where are your morals?

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#3 13 years ago

*wonders what good conversation can come out of this*

*has a seccond idea and moves to spam*

/me thinks instructions was typing errored in the origonal e-mail...


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#4 13 years ago

yep your spelling is hilRIOUS, FartFuX


Thinking about it.