On 2009-02-23, Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> claimed:
> ____/ Sinister Midget on Monday 23 February 2009 14:32 : \____
>> Dear MICROS~1,
>> Due to an administrative error, people who purchased machines in the
>> last year or two have been charged twice for licenses when opting to
>> have XP as a replacement for Vista. A further error caused those who
>> never even booted any version of Windows in the last 10 years to be
>> charged for the license they never used.
>> This was clearly a clerical error, causing people to pay for things
>> they didn't get, and others to pay for things they didn't use when
>> they refused to agree to the enclosed license. We ask that you
>> refund the overpayment and apologize for any inconvenience to you.
>> If you choose to declare bankruptcy and to go completely out of
>> business instead, we'll accept that as equal settlement.
>> Defrauded Customers
> I received an E-mail from a lobby of Microsoft investors some days ago. They
> wanted to keep me in the loop, having received some press.
> There will be an article in IDG soon where Ballmer and Gates are compared to
And why not? They've been running a bigger ponzi scheme far longer than
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