Someone is trying to pump up the price of UACP. This was sent out with my one of domains names as the return address:
Tue, 14 Dec 2004 10:01:10 -0600
This was the date that was in the body of the original spam.
Before We continue- very important – it is Expected that
UACP will have very large PR campaign in the next 10 days
and some very positive news are expected.
Watch out for it tomorrow. Jump on board while this stock is
current price : 0.30
10 days target price : 1.25
3 Months target price :1.66
The stock seemed to have peaked at around 45 cents around December 20th.
Breaking News: uAuthorize Corp. Announces Upgrades in Web
Cam Watcher software ‚”UACP‚” currently trading at $0.30 and
is headed to $1.25 you do not want to miss this deal.
The company released ground breaking news about its VOIP
division! Although some would argue that VoIP is still
maturing, corporate users are extremely interested in
implementing the technology, creating exponential growth.
Within the last four years, VoIP minutes increased from
less than 0.5 to 2 percent of outbound international calls,
according to research from TeleGeography. Additionally,
predictions as to the size of the market itself vary, with
Allied Business Intelligence projecting the VoIP market
to grow from $3.7 billion in 2000 to $12.3 billion in 2006
and Synergy Research projecting the VoIP equipment market
to grow to $13.3 billion by 2005.
We Believe the Near Term Price will be – 1.25
We Believe the Long Term Price will be – 1.50
Notice they covered their butt by saying “they believe.” Question: who is meant by “we?” The anonymous person who is hoping to make some money by encouraging people to buy this stock.
Note: Our picks normally generate 200 to 400% grow with our
promotions this one is expected to be our highest one this year,
this week coming up.
So, this spam run is the last one they’re doing for this company this year? Which was over three weeks later.
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assumptions or future events or performance are not statements of
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solicitation or an offer to buy or sell any security mentioned herein.
This can’t be called a newsletter, there is no way to choose to subscribe to it (opt-in). Or for that matter to choose to stop getting it (opt-out). There also is not any method for knowing who the publisher is.
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Who is we, or our?
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What third party? We’d like to know.
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Yes, you will lose money. And then three random words to break up a hash of this message, in other words, an attempt to evade spam filters.