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Brian Lam wasn't exactly forthcoming when Jobs contacted him





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Apple wants to give you $1,000,000
By 325hhee on 5/14/2010 7:20:00 PM , Rating: 5
Hi, I'm Steve Jobs, we here at Apple will love to give you all $1,000,000, all you have to do is send $2500 to Africa, so we can validate your bank account. Really, it's your friend iSteve iJobs. You can contacts at appleyourbankaccount.com

Magically yours,
Steve Jobs

Please act fast, this offer is only good for less than 2 hours.




By 325hhee on 5/14/2010 7:27:19 PM , Rating: 3
I forgot to make my comment after that post, but really, that's the kind of feeling I'd get if someone calls me and say I'm Steve Jobs. I'd do the same thing and ask for an official letter from Apple, just to as we say in the investigation world, "cover my/your ass". As far as legality is concerned in court, if you don't have a paper trail, it's harder to prove your case. Eye witnesses have been known to be unreliable.


By zonkie on 5/14/2010 8:53:23 PM , Rating: 2
If it requires and official letter, they blew it!


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