Riley E. Hal—email

These days I receive a lot of PDF files. In general I just delete them. Some ISPs decided to just kick them out (not too good for Adobe!) The problem is that all of these PDF are only about buying some shares in some company to supposedly make some money. I've looked at a few of these schemes and did not really see much movement on most of these actions. This certainly means that people don't invest just because they receive an email. Yet, it must work at times because otherwise scammer would not continue to scam with that scheme. And instead of reducing it, it grows! Maybe we should re-instate death by hanging on public places.

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