OK guys. I deserve part of the blame for this mess.I have known Steve for quite some time. When he reeived the email about this scam, he asked me about it. He did say at that time that he was 95% sure it was a scam but wanted to make sure.I confirmed that the about he had received was in fact a scam, but asked Steve to post his question here so that the existence of such scams could be discussed in this forum. I asked Steve to remove any of the original contact information from the post and he complied with that request.When I first saw that the original message got pulled I was surprised... now that I am aware of the reasons, and think about it, it makes sense. While I know that Steve is not in any way associated with this scam, there is no way the staff at TMF could have known that, and I applaud them for taking the conservative route and removing the post.TMFTippyK, I think you do a great job, and I would be among the last to second-guess you. Thank you for everything you do!Steve, we are aware that this is a moderated forum. I have visited other financial forums on the Internet. Most of them are overrun with Pay-to-surf spam, MAKE.MONEY.FA$T scams, and people hyping penny-stocks to make a quick (and illegal) buck. Fortunately, the staff here at the Fool get rit of that stuff for us so we can focus on what we're really here for.I know you're new to the forum, but I'm not sure what you intended to accomplish by reposting.I apologize for any misunderstandins caused as a result of my request.Fool on!-Terry
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