Gogo Cards—Please, get my virus!

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The following was used to reposition the email at the top left of the screen. That's very annoying. It can actually make browser based email sreens go banana and make you think you just reached another website even though you still are inside your email system.
<div id="text1" style="position:absolute; overflow:hidden; left:0px;
		top:0px; width:428px; height:257px; z-index:0">
Also, I removed the links that were pointing to:
You've just received a GoGoCards greeting !!!

To pick up your card, please point your browser to:

Or enter this e-card #, JDJ1209HX, at www.gogocards.com

Note:  This card will be available for 30 days.

To send an E-card, please visit http://www.gogocards.com.
Have a nice day!

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