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When something sounds too good to be true I assume it isn't. Just received a message in my e-mail via Motley Fool that gave a link to a site that advertises

Tax-free Fixed Income & Capital Growth 28% - 60% over 2-4 yr term

Fixed income 14.05% - 5 year

Are there some Motley Fool police who can check it out? Here is the site address:

Thanks, Charlotte

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