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    Metaphore
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    Lately I've been running into auctions and posts offering to sell me information on how to get a Nokia 6600 or even the 6630 for $40. One of these was asking for a buck, so I went for it. I figured I could live with myself if I got cheated out of a buck. Believe it or not, the info turned out to be legit. I just see no reason why someone should be charging for it. It's a simple link. Here it is, my treat: SIM unlocked phone free with $40 purchase


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    pyramid scam
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    How does the pyramid scam work? From what I read, it didn't sound like a pyramid. More like "33 buy one gets free", which statistically, is arithmetic and pyramid would be geometric. But that's besides the point. Why do you think it is a scam?



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    I can confirm, this isn't a scam. I have already received a handset this way!



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