From British Columbia, Canada:
I recently received an e-mail request for a free cassette tape for information on a new diabetic product. Has anyone heard of this cassette from a diabetic resource and research center? It comes from [e-mail address deleted by editor]. It doesn't sound above board. Thanks for any help.
I somehow don't think it's legit, either.
I wonder what the story really is, and how many people "bit" at the bait? (I got the same e-mail and ignored it until I found that many people with diabetes had also received it).
See our advice on cyberquackery for more information.
Original posting 26 Jan 97
Last Updated: Tuesday April 06, 2010 15:08:52
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