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Hoaxes and Fake WarningsA hoax email designed to worry people and urging you to send on the warning to your friends

Subject: Subject: READ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!DO NOT DELETE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Body of the message:

THIS IS IMPORTANT

BEWARE and tell everybody you can think of!!!   Regards, John

Better to be safe than sorry

Dave's brother is a very advanced programmer who does computer work for a living and has a high up status with Microsoft.
He doesn't send these if they aren't real. If He says this is for real, it for sure is. Be aware.

VIRUS COMING !

Hi All,

I checked with Norton Anti-Virus, and they are gearing up for this virus!

I checked Snopes, and it is for real. Get this E-mail message sent around to your contacts ASAP.

PLEASE FORWARD THIS WARNING AMONG FRIENDS, FAMILY AND CONTACTS!

You should be alert during the next few days. Do not open any message with an attachment
entitled POSTCARD FROM HALLMARK, regardless of who sent it to you.
It is a virus which opens A POSTCARD IMAGE, which 'burns' the whole hard disc C of your computer.

This virus will be received from someone who has your e-mail address in his/her contact list.
This is the reason you need to send this e-mail to all your contacts.. It is better to receive this message 25 times
than to receive the virus and open it.

If you receive an email entitled "POSTCARD," even though it was sent to you by a friend, do not open it! Shut down your computer
immediately. This is the worst virus announced by CNN.

It has been classified by Microsoft as the most destructive virus ever.
This virus was discovered by McAfee yesterday, and there is no repair yet for this kind of Virus.
This virus simply destroys the Zero Sector of the Hard Disc, where the vital information is kept.

COPY THIS E-MAIL AND SEND IT TO YOUR FRIENDS.
 
REMEMBER: IF YOU SEND IT TO THEM, YOU WILL BENEFIT ALL OF US

Action: Do not forward this email - If you recognise the person that sent the email send them a link to this article - Finally Delete the email

Click Here to read what Snopes actually says

Click Here to read why you should never forward virus warnings on

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