New mobile phone for £20??

  Al94 09:39 11 Nov 2003
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Anyone any experience of this? click here
Seems like you could wait a long time!

  Al94 13:59 11 Nov 2003

Yes I read the FAQ's too Jester2K 11, consensus so far is that it's a scam and I tend to agree, anyone know otherwise?

  Stuartli 17:15 11 Nov 2003

There's owt for nowt as they say in Yorkshire.

  Al94 08:54 12 Nov 2003

Sounds just like a "money tree" scam that operated here last year, a few big winners at the outset and hundreds of losers later on. Caused all sorts of problems in smaller communities. Many broken friendships after people who couldn't afford it drew heavily on credit cards etc to put money into a scam where they were guaranteed big winnings!

PS You are obviously wide awake this morning Gandalf!

  Stuartli 11:29 12 Nov 2003

These type of scams have been operating for many, many years; as GANDALF <|:-)> points out the odds are sky high, even worse than chances of winning the National Lottery (14 million to one).

Remember the tale of the man who was offered a reward by a King; he took out a chess board and placed one grain of wheat on the first square and asked for each subsequent square's total to be doubled.

Some way through the king had to hand over his entire kingdom...:-)

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