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Seph
08-24-2005, 10:12 PM
This is an actual email I recieved for no reason. that well kinda involves copying games, I don't do it, I just thought I'd submit it so everyone knows because this realy bugs me

Subject: [Soul Calibur II] FINALLY a way to copy your games.


NEW! Game Copy Pro!
Included as a Free Bonus to our already existing package!

Are you tired of scratching or losing your favorite video games?

Game Copy Pro provides full information on how to make backup copies of
virtually every video game! You can copy your favorite video games with
nothing more than a CD burner or DVD burner and your home computer.
There's no need to invest hundreds of dollars in replacing lost or damaged
game discs.

You can bypass the latest "unbreakable" protections using Game Copy
Pro's state of the art techniques! Learn how to burn Video Games onto
regular CD-R , and DVD-R/+R Discs! Game Copy Pro includes information and
hacking tools for Playstation, PS One, PS2, Xbox, Dreamcast, and Game
Boy/GameBoy Advanced.!

Make quality backups of your personal video games. Create your own
video game library. Never worry about scratching or losing a video game
again!

Latest Update! Game Copy Pro now includes information on how to play
all of your favorite games on you PC, no console, or mod chip needed! You
will be able to play Playstation, PS One, PS2, Xbox, Dreamcast, and
Game Boy/GameBoy Advanced straight from your hard drive. We provide
programs for every major console gaming system!

Game Copy Pro is included at no extra cost... We will only be offering
this as a free bonus for a limited time! So order today, before its too
late!

Have Fun!



Edited the LINK TO WAREZ out of your quote. Pay attention next time. ~ET

Anthony
08-24-2005, 10:13 PM
Thats prolly somewhere in my spam folder somewhere :p

Seph
08-24-2005, 10:16 PM
lol somehow i got on this underground email listing for haxxorz wit skillz yo. but to be honest I take good care of my games and don't need to break the law to do so

ET Warrior
08-24-2005, 10:38 PM
If we started a new thread everytime somebody got a spam email, we'd have 500 threads before you could say..."Hey...that's a...lot of...threads?"


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