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#46329 by Robert Thu Feb 10, 2011 11:29 am
Gotta give this one a little credit for Web site construction. Compare his
with (whom I have notified). He altered the CV page (I'll follow up to see if he ripped off someone else's), but notice a major goof on the home page: He changed the name & font at the top, but left the reference to "Hughson" in the blurb at the right! I'm tempted to rib Mr. "Wilson" about it.


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Date: Thu, 10 Feb 2011 06:10:01 -0800
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Dear Friend,
|How are you doing today? My name is Donald Wilson. I saw your products on your
website and would like to place order for it. Can
|you let me know the major credit cards acceptable for payment? and would also like
to know if pickup of the products would be acceptable
|as I am currently out of country for family business and would love to have it
shipped to me via my private shipping company.
|I am looking forward to reading from you,
|Best Regard,
|Donald Wilson

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site will be reported soon - Michael

#46331 by Robert Thu Feb 10, 2011 11:36 am
Turns out the CV content is just a HTML version of the original PDF. But the "Facts" page he actually fancied up from the original, using HTML instead of plain text and appending a fancy signature with image.

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