sorry to thread hijack, but i gotta ask why u so against ID cards? (from your signature).....after all, info on you is already available for sale by most companies you deal with, so thats that issue out the way....StooMonster said:Wire me £1000 by Western Union and I'll let you know if it's a con.
No, because we already know. This is about the 20th thread on the subject. All you get for the fiver is a list of internet TV channels. If you want the list for free, just search back, because someone posted it about 4 months ago.Geofbob said:Is nobody on this forum willing to risk a lousy fiver to find out if this is a con? (Not me though - I'm just a poor old OAP etc etc!!)
they would waste the tax money on something anyway...lolSTOWITBELOW said:I don't think the fiver needs spending to realise this is not all square. It would be posted under 'special offers' with a string of endorsements if it was. It's either a con, something illegal, or as suggested by dereks not what it purports.
Oh Knyght Bytes, they are a poor idea that without draconian legislation achieve nothing but a waste of your tax pounds. With such legislation, would infringe on your, and my liberties. - The former worries me less than the latter, so perhaps you should get one, but this would encourage them to pursue this, so maybe not.