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Looking for a change in career? Look how much this guy is chargingfor the services you pros do!

 
 
jaykay21089
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      05-24-2008
Hey all,

Just thought you'd be interested in the works of a guy called Chris
Mainieri. If you've never heard of him, look him up on Google.

He's essentially doing the work of all you guys in a little e-book he
calls "PC Secret Formula". It involves speeding up the computer's
performance like crazy by means of "Microsoft's hidden secrets", as
well as giving the ultimate protection from your all forms of spyware,
trojans, viruses and the like for free.

He also offers a free report on some of the best free and cheapest
computer software there is online. I never knew there was a free
alternative to Microsoft Office!

But I guess what is the most outrageous thing this self-confessed
hacker turned computer specialist is currently selling "PC Secret
Formula" for $14.97. This is after he's been providing it to everyone
else for $9.97 but it was grossly undervalued given all the people he
helped from their testimonials shown on his page.

So the change in career? Check out his e-book (at <$15, you can hardly
call it a huge investment, despite its value) and try your hand at
being an affiliate online! Unlike most of the crap out there about
earning $10000 in one day or something, you can tell this vital
information to your mates because once you try it out and it works,
you can proudly recommend it, without the sales pitch.

Hope I've helped,

Johnson K.

http://pcsecretformula.com/?e=s1m0t2h9n3g8
 
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Shadow36
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      05-24-2008
Beat it spammer!

"jaykay21089" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> Hey all,
>
> Just thought you'd be interested in the works of a guy called Chris
> Mainieri. If you've never heard of him, look him up on Google.
>
> He's essentially doing the work of all you guys in a little e-book he
> calls "PC Secret Formula". It involves speeding up the computer's
> performance like crazy by means of "Microsoft's hidden secrets", as
> well as giving the ultimate protection from your all forms of spyware,
> trojans, viruses and the like for free.
>
> He also offers a free report on some of the best free and cheapest
> computer software there is online. I never knew there was a free
> alternative to Microsoft Office!
>
> But I guess what is the most outrageous thing this self-confessed
> hacker turned computer specialist is currently selling "PC Secret
> Formula" for $14.97. This is after he's been providing it to everyone
> else for $9.97 but it was grossly undervalued given all the people he
> helped from their testimonials shown on his page.
>
> So the change in career? Check out his e-book (at <$15, you can hardly
> call it a huge investment, despite its value) and try your hand at
> being an affiliate online! Unlike most of the crap out there about
> earning $10000 in one day or something, you can tell this vital
> information to your mates because once you try it out and it works,
> you can proudly recommend it, without the sales pitch.
>
> Hope I've helped,
>
> Johnson K.
>
> http://pcsecretformula.com/?e=s1m0t2h9n3g8



 
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