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An email I got in response to an ad I posted on Craigslist

This is an actual, unedited email I just got about ten minutes ago. My first thought was, “No blog of mine is going to have two Craigslist posts in a row.” After reading it six or so times, I realized that it’s just too good to pass up.

** Avoid: wiring money, cross-border deals, work-at-home
** Beware: cashier checks, money orders, escrow, shipping
** More Info:

I see the fantastic computer workstation desk – $70 (north hollywood)
listed, and I have been doing
the exact same thing since our US economy took a nosedive.. About 3 1/3
ago, it was embarrasing, but I had no choice but to sell my kid’s Xbox
to make ends meet and it was probably the worst part in my life.
Saying that it was excruciating could not even describe it right,
but I knew I had to make the house payment or we
would be out of a home (we were already several months behind).
Thank heavens that’ll be the last time I have to
hurt my babies like that. (Me: WHAT?)

One of my cousins showed me how he is able to earn
a stable income on-line. I could not believe he’d
share this at all, but I am so grateful that I’ve been sharing this with
everybody who needs financial help and who might be in a similar situation.

Thankfully it’s easy or I wouldn’t have been able to figure it out, in
it’s the most financially stable I’ve ever felt before. I promise you’ll
find this information worth the 45 seconds it takes to look it over.

Oh, and here is the link:

Take care, and My Blessings to You

These types of emails are always hilarious to me. I wonder why people can’t figure out how to properly format paragraph breaks. It’s quite simple, really. Try pressing



and then continue typing.

But then I think, well, if they’re dumb enough to send the email in the first place of course they’re dumb enough to not know how to format paragraph breaks.

Definitely the kind of people I’d rather not have blessings from.