Too good to be true? ;-))

  powerless 00:07 06 Oct 2003

click here

" Microsoft was found guilty of anti-trust violations based on claims brought by the U.S. Department of Justice. Microsoft recently agreed to a $1.1 BILLION settlement to resolve numerous lawsuits alleging that Microsoft's behavior violated antitrust and unfair competition laws. This settlement brings with it some very good news for consumers!
Eligible consumers who act quickly can receive their share of the $1.1 billion settlement. There is a limited time in which these funds can be claimed so you should act quickly. If you do not submit your claim in time, then Microsoft is not required to pay out the full 1.1 billion dollar amount. Click the "Tell me more" arrow below to learn more. "

  Forum Editor 01:07 06 Oct 2003

- or indeed anything whatsoever from this marketing operation in disguise - please let us know.

Microsoft won't be badly hurt by the loss of the $1.1 billion, and these anti-trust settlements are written off against tax anyway.

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