THE NZ MILLIONAIRES CLUB
HOW MUCH MONEY WOULD YOU LIKE TO RECEIVE EVERY DAY?
$100 DAILY $500 DAILY? $1000 DAILY? LOTS MORE?
Well, NOW you can. The uniqueness of our daily and monthly Cash Flow System allows anyone to generate HUGE SUMS OF MONEY on a routine basis.
Not only that, as soon as you start receiving a specified amount of money ( by using our remarkable CASH FLOW SYSTEM ), the Club will introduce you to eye-popping investment practices that can make you very wealthy in a hurry! Right this minute there are average folks with average intelligence gaining upwards of 100-200 PERCENT PROFITS within 5 to 45 days using these unique, but safe and formulated, investment methods. Annualized profits of over 1000 PERCENT are commonplace. And, very soon, you can be making these kinds of profits!
ACT NOW AND PICK UP YOUR PHONE . . . . . . TOMORROW MIGHT BE TOO LATE !!
To get a great deal and a preferred status on the NZ Millionaires Club Membership, Call the authorized promoter of the club for New Zealand NOW on 021 [number removed]
What a load of rubish. The first thing is that you are tempted to call the number and tell the person to go sell bananas. But this will not go anywhere, and you might even get problems later, if they get your phone number from the caller id, and so on.
But you can do better than this. The New Zealand Department of Internal Affairs is the entity enforcing the Unsolicited Electronic Messages Act 2007.
What you have to do is to visit the New Zealand DIA Anti-Spam website and report the e-mail received.
Now this is only effective if the spam is originated in New Zealand or offering a New Zealand-base service or product.
Also make sure you know it is really "unsolicited". If you subscribe to an e-mail newsletter and after a few months don't want to receive it anymore this is not unsolicited. You can simply unsubscribe from the newsletter. By law all newsletters will have to present a way to remove your e-mail address from the mailing list.
If you are a business, the Department hosted a series of practical seminars nationwide in August and September 2007 (PowerPoint link), to ensure businesses know what the new requirements are under the Unsolicited Electronic Messages Act. Check the PowerPoint presentation or consult with your law firm.
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